Questions tagged [community-wiki]

Community Wiki is a flag that can be applied to answers (and sometimes questions) which lowers the barrier for editing and prevents any reputation gain/loss from voting.

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Which questions should be marked 'Community Wiki'? Which ones should just be closed?

This is one of the few things that always annoyed me on StackOverflow: people use CW as a kind of catch-all options under which everything is allowed. If there's any kind of controversy about a ...
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How to manage big lists?

It has been more or less accepted that big-list questions can be useful and are welcome in the site. But I think we should try to define some guidelines on how these questions should be handled by the ...
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Collecting FAQ on LaTeX in this site into a recipe book that is collaberatively developed by us

There are many questions that can be regarded as FAQ as follows: How to adjust column separation in two-column page? How to break column in multiple-column page? How to enlarge the list indentation? ...
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What exactly do we believe about Community Wiki posts?

Thinking about the concept and practice of Community Wiki more often than not these past few days as come to a head: what exactly does TeX.SX believe about community wiki? What questions count, and ...
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What does “Community Wiki” mean?

Apologies if this is obvious, but I'm new here. I see the term "community wiki" bouncing around a lot and have no idea what it means. Maybe my reputation is not high enough to have access to ...
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Can CW status be changed by a voting process?

Are there any open research problems in the world of TeX? It's been raised that this question is a big-list and should be community-wiki. Am I the one who would have to make it community-wiki, or ...
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Privilege: edit community wiki posts

Don't know if this is the right place to answer this question, but I'll try it: I've now the "privilege to edit community posts"; moved by curiosity, I opened the link to understand what exactly they ...