We recently had a question appear on the "Hot Network Questions" list, and it attracted a lot of attention to our site.
We are very grateful for the views, and the influx of new users (many of whom appear interested in sticking around, which is just fantastic for a beta site that needs more participants).
However, the question eventually automatically converted to wiki upon receiving 30 answers.
I'm not sure I see the point of it auto-converting after 30 answers, given how CW is currently supposed to be used (in the exceptionally rare case when it is appropriate). At best it seems a poor alternative to protecting the question (which I don't think is necessary in this case). At worst, it counters some of the benefit of the increased visibility we received, since new users probably don't want to come in to our site and participate by posting answers that won't receive reputation (it's even worse when they don't realize until after the fact that that is what happened).
That's not the point of this post, though.
The point is that I decided to remove the CW status from the question as soon as I noticed it. Only to discover that I then had to manually go through 30 answers and repeat the process.
Can we have a feature that allows mods to remove CW status from a question and all answers in one shot?