First of, this is an overall really great community. Nevertheless, I feel driven away. So this post is not a question, it's just that I need to voice the opinion I formed in actually just the last few months.
I have the impressions that there is some sort of (fake) karma-farming or something similar happening out of these observations (read: as in highly anecdotal evidence):
The thing is, I don't visit often in times when I do not have questions or anything to say. But the times I visit, I notice there are so many of those cheap low effort questions with some remarkable detailed replies.
Then there are the basically inactive users who just have with some little karma and who re-edit any post they can find.
Then there are the users who post more replies to already solved questions or questions which are popular.
These obversation mostly relate to questions which address something basic and/or familiar for every pc/laptop user, so they aren't really concerning something specific *buntu-related.
My personal example would be a user here. In this specific thread, he posted another reply. The thing is, I remember that he had registered on this day and I had like 10 notifications only because of his edits and comments which were mundane edits and non-constructive comments. I told him, I flagged him and some of his content disappeared.
The second issue is where users are concerned with minutiae. This leads to a double standard (in regards to all the posts which are out there) and to a hilariously bad example such as this. I can tell you, any time I spot an edit for something very small in the post (and I already have my personal favorite user for this), I am closing the tab. AFAIK the way it works on SE, there is nothing you can do except closing the tab. I don't imagine many people try to stick around for this. (this last paragraph is not about tags!)
I know it's an internet thing, but it's clear that in some cases people really do make an effort to get their own specific will in while completely disregarding proper behavior. I don't know what it's for, in the big picture? To write on you rCV that you have some IT support-related experience wile working towards a goal in a team or something?