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I am against historical locking questions in such situations, because it bothers me not being able to edit a post I authored, even if that post had the community wiki status (then, I would had coauthored). Other arguments can be found in @KHibma's answer in Using wiki answer lock on particular highly upvoted community wiki question that would be closed if ...


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Answering in more broader terms: I believe that new questions which just ask for lists of software, courses, book, etc. are bad design for this site. They continuously attract many low-quality one-liner answers and frequently bump these not so great questions to the active page. Many SE sites already blacklisted this category of questions. Old posts which ...


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Regarding: converted to wiki answer locks as a bit of an experiment, and that seems to have been accepted/supported (or at least not complained about) by the community. And this for example: What Makes a Map Beautiful? I was looking at that question the other day and there wasn't a single place I could see that I could make a mark. I couldn't ...


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That question has a Wiki Answer lock so its answers should be editable by anybody with a reputation of 100 or more. For more information on why I think it is sensibly locked see my answer to Are software recommendations good candidates for being wiki locked? There is no need for you to involve a moderator to edit any of the answers to a Wiki Answer-...


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The text that accompanies questions with a wiki lock says: This question's answers are a collaborative effort: if you see something that can be improved, just edit the answer to improve it! No additional answers can be added here With respect to: the answer stays the same and loses relevance while no new answers can be added nor the scoring of ...


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