On our beta-site Sustainable Living a new site self-evaluation round has just started. I am participating in the evaluation and encountered a question with several typos. I have fixed those and added a new relevant tag, but it feels a bit like cheating the evaluation. Others who review the same question after me are now more likely to rate it higher so I'm influencing the evaluation.
What do you think? Is it ok to improve questions part of a site's self-evalution, and if so should you only fix small typos or also make bigger improvements? Or should I wait until the evaluation is over? Not sure if it will matter in the discussion, but I am currently a pro-tem moderator at Sustainable Living.