Read me first: What are “Community Wiki” posts on Stack Overflow?
Some times I post things that are border line community wiki, like this question: Are there any C# open source log viewers? which the community wiki police demanded be made community wiki, thus signing the questions death warrant and stopping all contribution. Whereas this question: Does anyone know of any cross platform GUI log viewers for Ruby On Rails? remains non community wiki.
I know what you are thinking, the Ruby crowd are nicer people, but still.
I have done this in the past, put up a little comment saying, this question should really be community wiki. I feel bad about it, its pure bullying. Even worse is the bullying followed by prompt -1 should be community wiki vote.
Joel gets away with 102 upvotes for the logistics of moving a turtle without the community wiki police wanting his blood.
So my question is, should we shut down the community wiki police? If so how?
If someone thinks it's subjective that's a hint that the question is either not specific enough or that it is inherently subjective but still worthy of inclusion like list based answers often are)
Isn't saying, look your question is a bit subjective because XYZ, it may make sense to re-word it a little, nicer than -1 should be community wiki?
select count(*) from Comments
where Text like '%should%wiki%'
Another Edit: Normally I do not put answers in a question, but Marc came up with a great little idea, just introduce a vote to wiki feature and be done with this.