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My answer on this question is Community Wiki, but I didn't edit my answer 10 times, nor I checked "community wiki" checkbox.

Is there a particular reason why it became wiki when I posted it?

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Yax, the answer's revision history shows that you made it Community Wiki yourself:

Post Made Community Wiki by Yax - occurred 21 mins ago

You can flag your answer for moderator attention, explain that it was made CW by mistake and ask for the CW status to be removed.

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I must have made it by mistake. Thanks for the answer! –  Yax Jan 15 '12 at 12:42
    
Also, that revision history implicitly shows you clicked the checkbox while editing in the 5 minute grace period (the time in which edits do not create a new revision), @Yax. When clicking it before saving it the first time, the notice is below the post, in the revision history. –  Arjan Jan 15 '12 at 13:04
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Just testing to see if you get any alert when mistakenly checking the "community wiki" box..

Nope - no alert at all so it might be good idea to post Feature Request asking to add such alert as this can't be undone and people tend to do mistakes.

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That feature request exists: Are you sure you want to make this community wiki? –  Arjan Jan 15 '12 at 13:00
    
@Arjan thanks, looks like it won't get implemented any time soon, the community itself pretty much declined it. Oh well.. :) –  Shadow Wizard Jan 15 '12 at 18:47
    
Well, maybe the community downvoted that as the question itself is kind of bad. On the other hand: the question started okay; maybe we should rollback! –  Arjan Jan 15 '12 at 18:56
    
@Arjan well the OP isn't really active here anymore so it might be good idea. :) –  Shadow Wizard Jan 15 '12 at 21:11
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