So, I read this thread and I'm personally on the side that we should try to see what the user is actually is trying to say instead of focusing over lenses on the grammar of the post. Now with that in mind, I've recently become contributing to this site by editing and fixing questions to uphold them to a higher quality standard. By no means is my English perfect, but, I try my best.
Keeping all of that in mind, I feel rather unrewarded even if I spend a while editing a question to make it look much more nicer. As in, there is not enough reputation given for quality of edit, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that no matter how much you edited, the amount of reputation points is ultimately the same.
I'm okay with being an altruist with the editing but I think I should have some sort of indicator that my editing is seen as valuable to the site, unless of course, this site doesn't actually value people sending time to edit and fix questions.
To be frank, I really have nothing conclusive to say, and I wish for more viewpoints and the overall opinion of this community on this matter.