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I've just submitted a long answer to a question and, in the interest of making the whole question more useful, edited the question body for spelling and grammar.

However, I was unsure about the etiquette of editing a question title like this; "recover password- user" is not a question and is badly formatted, but does it warrant editing? What is the etiquette surrounding this issue?

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Its help text is "what's your programming question? be specific". So, like Chris already answered: yes please! – Arjan Mar 21 '11 at 10:53
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The title should be at the very least meaningful, so yes go ahead and edit it.

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