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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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-...
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 ...