and related [c++-faq] tagged questions like
It was all going fine. I got nearly 30 upvotes (question + answers) combined and nobody closed the thread or made it CW. I added C++0x stuffs to my existing answer but the post became a bit too long so I decided to post it separately.
But a few hours ago I saw that only my created thread was made CW by stackoverflow moderator Will and that didn't make me happy. So I decided to take
sbi's help at chat.stackoverflow. He(and so did I) flagged my post for moderator's attention asking for an explanation for making it CW even after so much discussion at meta.
Yes, I'd like to have a separate post that asks specifically whether the questions in the [c++-faq] tag should be made CW or not. I read through the post you linked to and it doesn't seem to be mentioned by anyone. We have a few other legacy tags like [code-golf] that are very explicitly supposed to be CW, but I don't think this is the same thing. Make sure you link to your post, this one, and any others you think would be helpful. I mostly want to make sure all the moderators know the CW policy, since we're the ones who make the final decision now.
So here is my question. What was my thread made CW [even though I explicitly tagged it
Suppose I create a new thread having exactly the same content as present in the current thread and then request a moderator to merge those threads. What would happen in that case? The merged thread would still be community wiki or not?