Community wiki answers can be easily edited by anyone, and no one gets reputation points for the answers anymore.
The consensus seemed to be that "list" type questions looking for resources, etc., make sense as community wikis because they will likely need to be updated over time and there isn't necessarily one "right" answer. While these types of questions aren't the goal of SE, at this early point on our site it seems like we are getting a decent number of them, and I do think they are valuable to share (but happy to discuss!).
During private beta we opted to leave those questions as "normal" questions, but now that we are in public beta, it may make sense to start switch a few? My question here was prompted by @JNat making this question about conferences into a community wiki.
Additionally, this one already is from early in private beta: 'Foundational Literature' in Terrestrial Bioacoustics
So, my question is...
Should we go back and combine all the separate answers in the conferences question perhaps grouping by some of our keywords (ecoacoustics, underwater, etc., and more similar to what the linked example from @JNat on the Japanese language site) OR should we just leave it as is with several relatively short and not super organized answers?