Some questions seem destined for closure but have, at their core, something decent trying to get out.
Obviously it's fine to edit someone else's question to correct grammar, spelling or whatever, but how valid is it to rework a question because you think there's something worth saving and it's obvious it's not going to survive in it's current form?
For instance here: Best industry to work for as a developer
Different industries do conform to type with regards to working practices, and do so in ways which are specific to developers. For me there is a core of a good question here but the edit it needs goes beyond what I feel is polite to do to someone else's question.
Or am I just wrong and it's a bad question?
EDIT: I have now edited this at Walter's prompting so you'll need to look at the edit history to see the original question.