Possible Duplicate: Is there any point forcing a post to Community Wiki after 6 owner edits? You know, I spent most of my time in the early days of SO perusing and answering questions in the ...
On this page, it is stated that posts enter community wiki mode when it has been edited six times by the original owner. Why is that? I often edit posts for small, merely cosmetic reasons and do not ...
Possible Duplicates: Is there any point forcing a post to Community Wiki after 6 owner edits? SO is too eager to turn my edited answers into Community Wiki All edits are made by the same ...
Please post new bug reports, feature requests or discussions as individual questions tagged with at least review in addition to the requisite And thanks for all the great feedback so far! We are ...
Some questions and answers are marked Community Wiki and are owned by a Community Wiki user. Why have Community Wiki posts? How do Community Wiki posts work? How does a post become a Community Wiki ...
I like to edit my answers. To clarify, illuminate, add examples, add links, point to new information as it crops up, etc. It's highly irritating that my effort to improve my answer turns it into a ...
I find the grace period can lend itself to some unscrupulous behavior on popular tags. I've often seen an earlier, minimalist answer be updated within the first 5 minutes, and incorporate something ...
I've been using Stack Overflow for a couple of weeks, and it is an amazing resource and community. A couple of things have been bugging me, however, and I wanted to share them from the perspective of ...
I see lots of questions that are good questions, but subjective or unanswerable and should probably be changed to community wiki (and are often closed because of this) Would it make sense to have a ...
After 11 edits (12 versions) from the same user an answer becomes community wiki. There are lots of questions regarding the way in which this happens but none (that I could find) regarding "Why". And ...
Is it acceptable to refresh/re-ask a question if you have some new details? If so, what would be an acceptable way? Do I just edit the post by adding details (let's assume I don't want to put up a ...
Related: http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2011/08/the-future-of-community-wiki/ , 30 answers ought to be enough for anybody Recently, after seeing a self-answer that the user had CWd (which the mods ...
I answered a question on Stack Overflow yesterday that's currently my most popular answer so far. Today I noticed that it had become part of the "community wiki" because I edited my answer over 10 ...
There may be some motivations on editing a question: Correct typos / grammar Provide a better answer (semantic change) Bump the question up, so one can get more upvotes That being, after I do 5 ...