I came across this heavily edited puzzle https://puzzling.stackexchange.com/questions/43575/cipher-cipher-ciphers.
In the comment section a fairly new user is warned by one of our moderator team members, not to edit their post frequently. The presense of the moderator indicates, that something might be off here.
I think users making efforts to improve their submissions should be encouraged, or, the very least, their actions should be tolerated. I don't see this warning justified here. Also, since there is currently a massive retagging effort going on I don't quite see how a couple of edits by the OP is more distractive than those. I am not a big fan of puzzles full of grammatical mistakes, as it is always unclear whether they are deliberate, or just English is not the native language of the OP.
But my opinion is besides the point. My question is:
when is it acceptable to edit my own question? Is it better to leave a typo here and there, in order to avoid any unnecessary extra attention?
I was actually thinking of rising some old questions from the dead (also called as necromancing) by means of editing them. Would that be OK?