I don't know how one of my answers got designated community wiki? I must of hit something by accident but I don't understand how to take it off.

The question I answered was, "Is satisfaction absolute?"

Please let me know if I put this on community wiki, because if so it was an accident on my part; please tell me how to remove it. If someone else put it on community wiki, then who was it and why? Thank you.


This was you, as you can see here: https://philosophy.stackexchange.com/posts/45727/timeline

I don't think it's possible to remove it yourself, as sometimes answers are made wiki for reasons of moderation, I guess (have never seen that happen on this site though). So, the right way is what you did; ask on meta or flag the post.

I have removed the wiki from your answer now.

  • The mentioned link is for moderator only. Perhaps you could replace it with philosophy.stackexchange.com/posts/45727/timeline for the public one? The public revision history also shown when the OP converted it to a CW too.
    – Andrew T.
    Sep 1 '17 at 6:14
  • @AndrewT. Thanks, I didn't know there were separate timelines.
    – user2953
    Sep 1 '17 at 6:35
  • Thank you for looking into this for me. I suspected it was my own clumsiness.
    – Gordon
    Sep 1 '17 at 11:42

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