I had a question regarding editing. Sometimes, a question looks ok in terms of its formatting but has a few math portions not embedded in math jax. Is it good or bad to be fixing this? To state an example : having matrices as mxn instead of $m \times n$ or similarly for variables i.e. Without the $$ embedding or have small looking 'fracs' instead of 'dfracs'.
The how to edit section doesn't explicitly talk about this. Will this come under "correct minor mistakes"?
How to Edit
► fix grammatical or spelling errors
► clarify meaning without changing it
► correct minor mistakes
► add related resources or links
► always respect the original author
This could be good because well, the post is improving (maybe by a little at times). This could be bad because it might not be warranted. What is the community's view on this?
This encompasses some of the points suggested in the comments:
About displaying equations or keeping them inline, the functions in-built into Jax
How about removing thank you, signatures, "helllllp", and smilies?