Has anybody else noticed a significant jump in the number of small or insignificant edits occuring since the kick-off of the birthday festivities?
I'm personally rolling back those that are truly insignficant (rephrasing only for gramatical preference rather than correcting incorrect structures) and allowing those that correct spelling. But even those are small, single letter changes, and under any other situation I doubt they'd even have bothered.
How are we filtering those that are worthwhile for counting towards the various criteria involved in the awards offered for this celebration?
UPDATE edits I'm referring to: Here was one I rolled back, mostly. The grammatical nit-picking was rather annoying. I tend to write in a particular grammatical form that's not popular with Microsoft Word grammar check, and apparently with some others. College professors always complained too. It was worded and (usually) spelled correctly, it just wasn't what they thought of as good writing. However, as I had other edits to make to the answer, I rolled back all the changes and made the one spelling correction myself as part of other edits.