Can I ask why the current rules/restrictions for community wiki were introduced? Based on my previous question it looks like there used to be different rules. Community wikis were also used for capturing knowledge.
- What's the strangest corner case you've seen in C# or .NET?
- What's the hardest or most misunderstood aspect of LINQ?
- What is the worst gotcha in C# or .NET?
Those questions are polls - something that is not allowed. There are plenty of other such Wikis and my feeling is that they are very valuable - you can hardly find such information together elsewhere. So can I ask why were the new rules introduced? When we check pouplarity, upvotes and visits those questions lead the leaderboards. Community likes these questions.
I skimmed through the links from the answer. When I wrote my question I was little bit dissapointed that Community wiki is not for community. Now I see that community is divided into two groups with different ideas about content of community wikis. I still stand on my opition but at least I know that there is also different (and probably superior) opinion.