Related to this comment: Nr. of edits make community wiki? Why not nr. of users?
Would it be useful/beneficial to establish a site convention, such as the official WordPress coding standards, for editing/refactoring code in questions/answers?
Note: I am asking specifically about community edits of posted code, not about requiring users to understand/use such a standard merely to ask/answer a question.
Apparently, there is an issue in which too many edits to a question/answer result in that question/answer being auto-converted into a community wiki. @EAMann expressed a concern that such auto-conversion might be getting triggered by multiple/trivial edits to questions/answers, merely to edit/refactor code. One way to prevent such multiple edits would be to establish a code standard/convention to use when making code edit/refactoring edits. That way, any additional edits to could would, presumably, take place merely to improve the functionality of the code, rather than the layout/presentation of the code.