Edits are expected to be substantial and to leave the post better than you found it.
- ... List of common edit reasons ...
So clearly, an edit that just HTTPS'es links is not allowed by this policy.
As we are Cryptography.SE I think we should lead by example when it comes to operational security and this means I want to add the following exception allowing (formally) the approval of edits that just HTTPS'ify links.
I want to add an additional point in the list of common edit reasons stating:
- To increase the operational security of the post and especially convert HTTP to HTTPS links if possible and non-breaking.
(and if we can't add it, this post shall be considered an ammendment to the help center)
So how does this work?
- You upvote this post to show your support for this idea.
- You downvote if you don't want to see this idea becoming a "hard" community policy.
- As soon and as long as this post has +6 votes, this sort of edits shall be approved.
- The earliest point at which this post becomes authoritative is May 15th 2016 (two weeks from now).