The actual way of creating a wiki community question is:
- Ask the question.
- Flag it for moderator review.
Unfortunately, my flag for this question was rejected, instead the question was closed as not constructive, which means:
We expect answers to generally involve facts, references, or specific expertise; this question will likely solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion.
My question is indeed of a kind which does not have one correct answer, or which can be supported by facts or references. But it is also not a question which will likely end in debate, arguments, etc.,
although because it is precisely created for the reason to respond opinions, experiences and maybe some references to e.g. newspaper (like my example regarding Guardian ) or local webpages.
Nonetheless, maybe the close voters don't like the question, because it seems to them to be too specified, and expect that tomorrow someone will ask "Which words from Spanish are used commonly in English", but the close vote as "not constructive" is definitely incorrect.
All the given answers are really great, but in my opinion there could be much more answers containing interesting informations.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining about that the question itself is unpopular to a few users (4 downvotes on just 2 upvotes, currently) and the close voting. I don't care, since I got these great answers. I just tried to create a community wiki question.
So, what can we do to improve the practice?
And if anyone now says, that this is even not a kind of community wiki question worth, should have a look on this fantastic question(created as community wiki) and tell me why my question is so much badder than a game.