The title of this question currently reads: "Exhaustion after falling unconscious?" In substance, the question is asking about potential balance issues arising from a putative exhaustion-related house rule in a dnd-5e game. However, the title is ambiguous for want of a verb; it could just as easily be read as if asking whether the rules-as-written already contain such a rule. It also occurred to me that a more explicit title might be easier for users to find via search. So, I thought I might suggest an edit for clarity.
However, I am cognizant of the Stack's general respect for users as authors and the admonishment not to make "trivial edits."
Am I right that the referenced question is an at-least-potentially proper candidate for an edit? How should I be calibrating my metrics for what's "trivial"? Is this a circumstance where one should simply suggest the edit and trust the site's democratized mechanisms to sort out whether the edit is desirable?
Perhaps I'm being unnecessarily tentative here, but having only just received editing privileges, I want to make sure I know what using them responsibly looks like.