I saw this question come up in the front page and was about to jump on it with a close vote as off-topic (not to mention that the OP could have found the answer in 2 seconds with google or the relevant manpage).
I was surprised to see it had been edited, and then answered, by a high rep user.
If I'd seen that edit come up in the edit review queue I would have rejected it as too minor, because a) the question itself was poor quality / off topic and needed closing rather than editing b) the edit did not address substantial issues in the post, in fact it didn't even tidy up all the grammar / language issues, only some of them!
Am I misunderstanding the way to deal with these kinds of questions? I kind of assume that if @unwind has such a high rep as that, he's more likely to be right on this than I am! Of course I don't mean to pick on @unwind at all personally, but this was a good example of something where I'd like to know what is the "right" way to handle this kind of question.
(This falls close to the "don't polish a turd" question)