I'm curious as to the community opinion from the exchange in the comments of this question:
The crux of the question is:
is it policy that users should not try to correct typos and grammar in "meaningless" questions? Not just "probably shouldn't" or that it "might be a waste", but rather a policy such that a diamond mod tells you "do not" do this.
If so, what's the rationale? What issues is the user causing in doing this?
[To be clear, I'm not the user who edited the post, just someone who came across the question and comments and disagrees with the handling of it.]
I quickly scanned of meta and I didn't find anything similar. This could be related:
Update: LOL - a high rep user just edited the question, so it doesn't look so "meaningless". Here's the question as it was originally posted by the asker:
I want to create RSS feed menas when i click to the subscribing to this blog link...It will call to XML and after display all current activities??..can anyone has idea???..