There is a really great answer to a question out there that I voted up. But I'm finding myself quibbling with the wording of one particular statement.
I'm not certain, should I just go in and edit? Or should I comment and allow the original answer author to edit? What is the best accepted practice?
The answer is here: https://salesforce.stackexchange.com/a/4089/498
The statement I would like to see amended is this:
"If you are considering multiple editions of Salesforce in a single organisation, you can create a single salesforce app visible across all editions, but this will need to be deployed to each edition..."
I would put it like this:
"If you are considering multiple editions of Salesforce in a single organisation, you can deploy a salesforce app to each edition..."
My first instinct was to edit. But my gut is telling me that I should comment. But then I'm thinking maybe this is too much commentary.