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I thought you had to edit an answer 10 times to promote it into being community wiki...

My answer went community wiki after only 2 edits. Seems a bit eager to me. Considering leaving my spelling mistakes in there if this is how the rules work ;-)

Here's the example:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1741598/busting-ruby-on-rails-myths/1743599#1743599

edited twice...

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Can you link to the answer? – John Rudy Nov 16 '09 at 21:44
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The OP made the topic CW 10 hours ago, you posted your answer 4 hours ago.

Any answer posted in a CW topic is automatically CW.

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Thanks for that, but does "OP" mean moderator? – daf Nov 16 '09 at 21:58
    
OP = Original Poster – squillman Nov 16 '09 at 21:59

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