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In some other communities, there have been discussions about the use of the "Community wiki"-function. The policies seem to differ from site to site, so before it comes to any problems here about what should be CW'ed and what should be deleted: What is our stance?

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I am strongly in favor of adopting the official stance of Stack Exchange, both because I agree with it (a good question doesn't need to be CW, and a bad question is not excused by CW; moderators can use their judgement in exceptional circumstances), and because I won't deviate from the official stance without having a good reason (i.e. if we should deviate, the burden of proof is on those who want to deviate).

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The only thing I still think CW is suitable for are aggregating answers to list questions (see here for a good example), and we have kind-of decided not to do those.

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