This is not a great problem. While poking into a question yesterday, I thought I might answer (as it didn't get a lot of attention though). Today (I mean, NOW) I see my post under "community wiki". I saw the revision history specifically saying, "Post made community wiki by Crazy Buddy". I haven't done anything as such. I must agree that I try to "type in" fast.

  • Is there any keyboard letter that triggers community wiki or could anyone trigger it except me?
  • I know that community wiki votes are earned by the "-1" user. Would the accepted answer vote also goes to him?

Nothing special with that question and my answer though. Just a curiosity (maybe for later use - like that) But, I have a suspicion that I would've done something crazy. Machines don't lie. Do they? :-)


Wiki flag removed.

It seems likely that you accidental clicked the community wiki check box on the edit screen.

However, be aware that too many edits will force a post in wiki mode.

I think that the threshold is currently 10 logged revisions (there is a five minute grace period under which revisions are lumped together as one for this purpose).

  • $\begingroup$ Thank you dmckee. I see now. Moderators also have control over the community wiki mode. Man, Good for me :-) $\endgroup$ – Waffle's Crazy Peanut Nov 14 '12 at 12:47

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