Gonzalo Medina recently discovered his answer to How we can use [noend] only in some places in algorithms? was posted as Community Wiki (CW). In cases where this might not have been intended (for whatever reason), what would be the appropriate course of action to reverse this?
Here are some suggestions, but since I haven't done this before, I'm not sure whether my options are even valid:
- Rollback: Although rollback might be an option, it does not seem to be a possibility in this case by reviewing the answer edits;
- Flag for moderator attention: Flagging it for moderator attention sounds like the most sensible option, yes? However, if considered appropriately flagged, any Marshal-hungry badge gathered might ask whether this would influence the user's flag weight; or
- Delete and repost: This would not be viable for questions that have already received any up-/downvotes without loss of reputation, I guess.
I'm sure the same recourse would hold across both questions and answers.