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It looks as if you probably gain the ability to edit privilege wikis at the same level you gain "edit questions and answers" ability, however the privilege wiki entry for that privilege level fails to mention that you can then edit the privilege wiki as well.

Can someone confirm/deny that editing the privilege wiki requires the same privilege level as what used to be labeled "edit everything" but has since been revised to "edit questions and answers"?

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I used your words in the title. The previous title had me off on some other tangent. Perhaps you can suggest a better title than either of the two proposed titles? – jcolebrand Jun 17 '11 at 20:33

Only Stack Exchange employees can edit Privileges pages after they moved to the Help Center.

Moderators, 10k and 20k are no longer on that access list.

If you see something that needs a fix, open up a new request and tag it .

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We should get an other obsolete close reason for meta - not only for bug reports. – Johannes Kuhn Jan 6 '14 at 22:24
Obsolete can also apply to things whisked out of existence, like bug reports, so you still use the same close reason. – random Jan 6 '14 at 22:45

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