We've come across a few posts as mods that don't really meet the 'modern' standards of SE. Its a bit of a pickle since we can either delete them, edit them (unilaterally) or leave them alone. None of these options feels very good - in these cases, the edits seem minor, we'd love to have peer review on these and leaving alone seems... politely controversial.
I experimented with an anonymous edit, had it rejected, and got a little back and forth feedback on chat. This is an example of something I'd fix if I came across and the process we'd use to edit it.
We'd like to keep these edits minimal, relatively uncommon (so no going around chasing every single marginal case). I'd want peer review so I'm stuck with using anonymous edits if I do it this way.
Now the feedback I got was - well it wasn't clear what was happening. This is valid. Would an edit reason saying what we were up to better? Would cleanups of such questions be an improvement over other options?
On a regular site, I'd ask on meta... but this is meta. I'd like to know what the active community here feels about it.