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As I mentioned in the title, in what situation should I make my Questions and answers as "community wiki"?

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Questions or answers? If the former only mods can make a question CW before the automatic conversion after so many edits or answers. If the latter, then totally up to you. – ChrisF Jun 12 '11 at 22:13
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I think new users mark their own answers as Community Wiki too frequently. There are a handful of cases where CW is the right approach, but those are almost always Giant Lists of Resources. When in doubt, don't bother. :)

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