I was about to edit the answer Christian Kuetbach gave in: Does force close of a Java application cause Database connection leakage
The answer and its style were not bad, having only minor mistakes/slips, but in sum more than the needed six characters to make an edit. That would be:
- "withiin" (additional i)
- "ressources" (French spelling instead of English)
- twice a comma before "because"
- "Database" (capital letter in the middle of the sentence)
- "bonnection" (instead of connection)
I wouldn't have considered an edit for the first four points. But "bonnection" just leaps to the eye. So I don't know if I'm here just nitpicking or if those tiny one-letter corrections altogether justify an edit.
As Cody Gray pointed out in his answer, there isn't a really good answer to this question. So I'm rather asking for the gut feeling of the community how should I handle such (rather rare) cases in the future.