It looks that I have just over-edited my own (first!) answer and got a comment:
Please try to keep the edits down to a minimal now. Thanks!
I was wondering what has just happened, searched a bit and found this question here:
... Every time you edit, your question is bumped to the front page, which you can use to get additional attention.
Now it makes sense, maybe even so many upvotes I got - surprised me, the answer was not that good, other answers were more to the point, mine was just friendly generic overview about code-styling, comments, doxygen, how to write a code... but I actually did not examine the code to be reviewed in such a detail as others did. But those upvotes made me think about the question and answers more and more... So I occasionally corrected few typos, reacted to comments, improved, corrected the move-assignment operator... and finally added full re-thinked code under Addendum - that was the last bit obviously.
Now I am unsure how to behave: Edits are on one side encouraged, but on the other side get too much attention - I don't wan't to bother others by my corrections, I only wanted to improve my answer once it is there. (And I really don't care about points, until I stay above 50 to be able to comment.)
Would it be possible to edit without getting that unwanted attention?
Could such a feature (check-box) be added? I mean not to bump it to the top.
Maybe I should just stop correcting my answers unless they really, really need it. Create some file on the cloud (to access it from different places) for my notes and corrections to place them all at once when I have something really valuable to add.