What should our policy be for editing other people's answers (especially when they are not CW)? When CW I usually edit when I feel I can significantly improve the answer by adding more details or to correct grammar/typos.
But when it's not CW, I wouldn't edit to correct anything, except perhaps a latex rendering mistake or a typo. (Something I'm 100% sure the user would want to be corrected.) Is that alright?
If I edit someone's answer, and that answer gets upvoted/accepted, do they still get all the reputation points? I mean, am I hurting anyone's reputation earning capability by editing their answers?