There is a phenomenon that many people simply ignore the most basic grammar rules of the Latin languages on the sites.
- They don't use sentences
- They don't use capital letters
- They write "I" consequently in lowercase
My question is, exactly what can we do against it, and what we can't.
What I currently know, after some... "consultation":
- Fixing the post (it is even advised)
- Advising the OP ("Sentences start with capital letters in English", " 'I' is always uppercase in English", "To make your question comprehensible, I suggest breaking it into sentences")
- Advising the OP that attending to these "nuances" will improve his experience
- Asking the OP to fix them
- Voting the post down
- Flagging the post as VLQ
- Voting the post down, and then asking the OP to fix it in order to have the downvote or VTC removed (you are risking punishment if you do it!)
- Voting the post for closure/leave closed (if other circumstances for closure don't stay)
- Calling them "lazy", "ignorant" or "functional illiterate" even if you think they are
Is it okay?
Extension: although sites can differ significantly in this, but maybe some cross-network ruling could be still useful.