Which, before it was locked, had a lot of great answers. But the question and answers seem to have gone stale. Probably due to it being locked.
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There seems to be an argument for removal of locked questions: https://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/289381/question-locks-considered-harmful
But I think having it locked has caused its quality to degrade over time. And having to go through a moderator just to update content probably turns folks away. Not to mention that a locked community wiki Q&A seems counter productive.
And what is the criteria for a locked community wiki? It seems to me that if you can't edit a question or its answers, it doesn't qualify as a Wiki.
Although it is in line with this answer: (Concern about recent closures of community wiki questions) states that:
Community Wiki status does not impact the case for Historical Locking, Closing or Deleting of questions.
After @PolyGeo's response I checked, and although I have 9K+ in rep, I still can't edit the top post. At least not from the link:
I am able to edit if I type the following in the address window: https://gis.stackexchange.com/posts/8048/edit
It's not exactly intuitive and probably not conducive for healthy maintenance.