I recently created two community wikis in an attempt to provide a good reference for everyone. Some people are now trying to close them (+ downvoting, but that's not the issue) because of the
NARQ policy. Despite the fact that many people find (and might find) them very useful.
So, the first question is: Does the fact that this ain't a question weigh more than the fact that many people find it useful?
Some people claim it should be added to the tag wikis but I disagree. Technology changes fast, especially with HTML5-related stuff. While only allowing people with 2000 rep to edit the tag wiki (+ being in top 20 / own bronze badge), the change is too big it gets outdated.
So, what do you think? If this kind of wikis is not allowed on SO, I will delete the posts (it's not my intention to break any rules).
These are my wikis (edit: I've changed them so they are questions now):
The following community wiki is the same deal, but why is this one allowed and mine are not?