I see so many questions with spelling and punctuation errors and I sometimes correct them. Is that right or it is better if I ask the one who has written the question/answer to edit it and improve it.

  • OP ? can i get its full form – Fennekin Jan 22 '16 at 17:52
  • @Fennekin Sorry for this abbreviation, it is Original poster - the person who asked the question – vladiz Jan 22 '16 at 17:54
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If you can improve a post, it is best to simply edit it yourself. Users with lower reputation can make suggested edits that can be approved later through the review queue. This is at heart of what wiki editing is about in Stack Exchange.

Trying to orchestrate this through comments only leaves a mess behind to clean up later.

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