There is a permanent discussion about "acceptable" questions. This discussion is only on the content of the questions, e.g which topics are allowed and which are not. However, there are also questions, which are okay from the topical point of view, but otherwise very poorly formulated. In some cases, editing can help to make questions look better. Formatting and typos can be fixed. In some cases, the style is really poor, such as in the first version of the following question:
Okay, this is a duplicate question, but otherwise the topic is okay. But the formulation is really lousy: plenty of typos, not proper capitalisation etc. In this case editing is not enough, the question has to be rewritten from scratch. I wonder if it is our job to do this? Shouldn't the original poster provide at least a minimal effort? I understand that not everybody is a native English speaker. Neither am I. Taking care of the style is a matter of politeness.
Hence, I would like to know if there are guidelines of how to handle these questions?