No. Resource recommendation questions are for resource recommendations.


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.


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 ...


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


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.

Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible