In the scope of the first weeks of a postdoctoral position in a company where one has the task to read a thesis manuscript written in this same company, suppose that one finds typographical mistakes (punctuation, grammar and so on). Is it worth it to contact (by email for instance) the thesis manuscript author and/or the professors that supervised the thesis?
Also, the manuscript is already published online, 2 years ago and one of the professor that supervised the thesis was in the Jury of my thesis, just before the postdoc.
Currently, I have only found "language" typos, but what if I found mathematical/logical mistakes, or typos within the equations? Does the answer remain the same?
Maybe this is pointless to tell them because it is already published online anyway?