Trivial edits. Especially when it consists of adding a single space.
Currently, there are 9,415 results for “Stackoverflow” written as a solid compound. Some of those results spell the name with two capital letters, i.e. StackOverflow. Instead, there are 24,058 results for the name "Stack Overflow”
Each time someone edits the spelling and changes it to Stack Overflow this bumps the post to the front page, so there are at least another 9,000 posts to go.
Personally, I consider yanking archaic posts to be detrimental to the site and to the author of the post. Recently, an OP earned two downvotes, through no real fault of their own, because their unpopular post was bumped to the front page by what I would call a trivial edit.
according to the Help Center guidelines [emphasis theirs]
Tiny, trivial edits are discouraged - try to make the post significantly better when you edit, correcting all problems that you observe.
However, I might be mistaken in my
fury and... perplexity.
Is this type of edit considered trivial or not by the SE team or by the community?
Should the name Stackoverflow, even on posts that are five or even ten years old, be always fixed? Why?