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http://stackoverflow.com/search?q=wiki:1 : Shows all community wiki questions.

How would I be able to search for wiki questions that have been made after the change in October,

Users can not mark questions wiki anymore, across the network.

Or at least I think that is when the changed happened (?)

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Try the data explorer instead? – Yi Jiang Feb 17 '11 at 8:43
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Not really what you want, but as a work around you could search for wiki:1 views:0 (the views removes answers from the results list) and then use the newest tab - the results you want are at the top of the list (in terms of pages), but obviously results that you don't want will still be returned on later pages. – DMA57361 Feb 17 '11 at 12:40
    
@DMA's solution is currently the only in-engine method of doing it through the site. There is no way to mechanically filter the search by any specific date element, although there is a request formerly tagged ninjas that asks for such functionality. The exact date was October 14th, by the way. – Grace Note Feb 17 '11 at 13:38

Use the aforementioned wiki:1 plus the created param with the yyyy-mm-dd format and .. for range:

wiki:1 created:2011-10-14..

An example URL version of this would be:

http://meta.stackexchange.com/search?q=wiki%3A1+created%3A2011-10-14..

References

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