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How about option #4: like #2, but prefer strongly encouraging the original poster to make the edit rather than doing a 3rd-party edit, at least in most cases?

Of course, I suppose whatever decisions "we" (well, really "you" at this point -- I joined english.SE some tens of minutes ago) make here on meta are subject to the "they're[insert appropriate noun here] "they're more like guidelines anyway".

P.S. I really wish SE's markdown had proper dashes...

How about option #4: like #2, but prefer strongly encouraging the original poster to make the edit rather than doing a 3rd-party edit, at least in most cases?

Of course, I suppose whatever decisions "we" (well, really "you" at this point -- I joined english.SE some tens of minutes ago) make here on meta are subject to the "they're more like guidelines anyway".

P.S. I really wish SE's markdown had proper dashes...

How about option #4: like #2, but prefer strongly encouraging the original poster to make the edit rather than doing a 3rd-party edit, at least in most cases?

Of course, I suppose whatever decisions "we" (well, really "you" at this point -- I joined english.SE some tens of minutes ago) make here on meta are subject to the [insert appropriate noun here] "they're more like guidelines anyway".

P.S. I really wish SE's markdown had proper dashes...

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How about option #4: like #2, but prefer strongly encouraging the original poster to make the edit rather than doing a 3rd-party edit, at least in most cases?

Of course, I suppose whatever decisions "we" (well, really "you" at this point -- I joined english.SE some tens of minutes ago) make here on meta are subject to the "they're more like guidelines anyway".

P.S. I really wish SE's markdown had proper dashes...