I posted a question to ascertain what web-sites were out there for automated die-rollers. The motivation behind the question was that I wanted to find a die-rolling site that didn't require a sign-in, and would email to any email I entered, in a easy-to-enter in form. I decided instead of being this specific to ask people to give me answers of these sites with details about them, that way it would be more useful for those in the future who wanted a die-rolling site with a slightly different aspect.
I've gotten respectful comments that I should make this Community Wiki. While I don't mind the question being CW, I don't want to make the answers from others CW, because I want to encourage useful answers by a rep reward.
There was link posted to this answer on MetaWa from Jeff, where he pointed out that he wanted detailed answers, i.e. with useful content, not just cut-and-paste links. So I then edited my question to emphasize the need for details.
Then I found this answer from Robert Cartaino, that mentioned that lists should be CW, but also pointed out that it's not their intended purpose.
I'm hoping to get clarification from the Team on whether these SE sites will be changing how CW is used and applied.
Personally, I go with the original meaning of CW where it was intended for those kind of posts that wanted to allow community editing (at lower rep levels). I've never bowed to the Community Wiki Police, who want to turn everything that has multiple answers into a CW, but I will go by whatever the Team wants. I'd just like clarification and preciseness, because hey, I'm an Engineer and I like definite answers. :)