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Community wiki post type [closed]

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Closed as duplicate by Charlie Brumbaugh‭ on Nov 18, 2020 at 18:12

This question has been addressed elsewhere. See: Do we have/should we have community wikis?

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Is it possible to add a type of post corresponding to the community wiki of Stack Exchange?

The post should be:

  • Not associated to any one user
  • Editable by anyone without approval (or after a minor barrier to prevent spam)

This would be useful for the Resources category at the Languages site. As it is, the post owner has to manually approve edits. But the person who happened to be the first to put up a resources post shouldn't have soul responsibility and veto power.

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