I've recently been seeing a lot more questions on meta regarding how to fix a question so it passes the Low Quality Filter, which was tweaked on 4/17 to be more strict, and the majority of the posts only needed help with grammar and/or punctuation.
Since "proper" written english on the internet is overrated and underused, especially when writing a question interspersed with blocks of code, can we lower the weight the low-quality question filter places on the usage of correct grammar and punctuation?
Other low-quality checks like spelling errors or capitalization are typically easy to understand, spot, and correct, but problems with grammar and punctuation are not always so noticeable, especially if English is not your first language, and this appears to only be leading to more work from the same users that the low-quality filter is in place to help.
To be clear, I'm not suggesting we get rid of this aspect of the filter altogether, but only that we reduce the weight at which mistakes in grammar and punctuation are applied. The weight of spelling errors, incorrect capitalization, and whatever else you have would still apply like normal :)