There are some posts that don't really fit the Q/A format of Stack Exchange and because of this could be considered off-topic. I really don't want them to be closed (like in this recent case), that's why I've thought about converting them into "Community Wiki" post?

Does anyone really understand how these wiki pages work, and if these questions fit that format better?

Here's some of these "Q/As" that I consider problematic:

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    Done & done, thanks for the suggestion! After discussing with the other mods, we decided to convert "Tutorials and Resources" and "E-commerce solutions" into community wikis. We have decided against re-opening or converting "Plugin wish list" because it is a poor fit for the Stack Exchange purpose. While the first two plugins amount to "What are the best X resources?", the third question is simply "What do you desire?". For obvious reasons, this is not useful in resolving anyone's issues, nor is it an effective way to communicate with P&T or plugin developers about feature requests.
    – Lindsey D
    Commented Aug 14, 2014 at 18:39


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