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David
I have noticed [a post][1] [or two][2] by a user called "Community".

Who is this user? The account appears to be a bit different from other "Community" users I've seen elsewhere.


[1]: https://topanswers.xyz/meta?q=636
[2]: https://topanswers.xyz/tex?q=606
Top Answer
samcarter
As there is no such thing as community wiki questions or answers, it was suggested to create such posts with a throw away user account, see https://topanswers.xyz/meta?q=497#a554 for more details.

As I missed the opportunity to pick some funny name for this account, I used the boring name "Community" for the posts about the MWE and chat pings to encourage everybody to edit and expand them. I left a comment explaining this at https://topanswers.xyz/transcript?room=621&id=15211#c15211 but forgot to add one for the chat ping question.   

If you think this name is confusing, I can think about something else for the next time.
Who is "Community"?
samcarter replying to Adám
Thanks!
Adám replying to samcarter
https://topanswers.xyz/meta?q=640
samcarter replying to Adám
Very good point! Thinking about this, we also need some place to specify what is on/off-topic etc.
Adám
I think we're missing a functionality on TA. There needs to be a link in the top bar to a a general info post about the specific site. That post can then link to various other info posts.
samcarter replying to Adám
My main motivation is to opt out of getting stars for these posts. I assume that something like https://topanswers.xyz/tex?q=606 will get a lot of stars simply because it will be frequently linked to. It would be really unfair if I would get more stars than users who write many answers that actual solve the problems of users  while all I did was to draft one post that others improved.
Adám
@samcarter Posts are written by people. Part of the beauty of these Q&A sites is that everyone can collaborate to improve the quality of the content. There's no need to hide one's identity to encourage it. While people might usually be careful and comment rather than edit, a simple note in the post to indicate that edits are welcome should do the job.
samcarter
And making something better involves new names, I'm sure we can find something together :)
samcarter replying to David
I think the users here have a lot of experience to judge what was good and what was bad on SO and can bring the good stuff here and replace the bad stuff with something better.
samcarter replying to David
The chances that  `somebody` did not  existed somewhere at some time are slim :) 
David replying to samcarter
Sigh. All the "good" names get taken. Next, you'll probably tell me there was a `Somebody` user somewhere! 
David
@samcarter `If you think this name is confusion...`: Well, to be fair, it may well be that TA finds its own forms of "community life", so no need to replicate things we may have known on other platforms.
samcarter
I'm not sure if `Nobody` would be good, it was used by a user during the great meta tire fire on stackexchange and I would like to avoid being confused with this user.
samcarter replying to David
Guilty :)
David
@samcarter So . . . it's YOU! :-o (;)) (+ [this might](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobody_(username)) have been another option! Maybe somebody else will grab that one.)