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No. Resource recommendation questions are for resource recommendations.


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If the tag is inappropriate, it should be removed. If the post has already been made community wiki, you can flag it for moderator attention.


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As mentioned, this is because there is a convention that all resource-recommendation threads should be made community wiki in their entirety, as agreed on this thread. The reasoning is that the voting pattern on resource-recommendation threads is very different to regular threads, since the votes often follow the quality of the book rather than the quality ...


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Concretely, it was made community wiki because OP added the resource-recommendation tag, cf. the policy from this meta post.


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It's not that your answer was made CW, but that the question was made CW and that automatically converts all answers to CW as well. As Qmechanic says there is a convention that all resource recommendation questions are CW, and if you tag your question as resource-recommendation it will convert it to CW and as a result convert all answers too.


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