If you need something to truly be immutable, reach out to us and let us know. As MSH points out, we can add custom pages to your help center if there's a clear need. Expect a bit of resistance from us initially, because there's already a ton of text in there, and many people would rather not read any more than they need to. Locking, unless doing so to ...


Meta is always a suitable venue for raising issues like "why is this question locked?" or "what do I need to do to get this question reopened?" or "I don't understand why I'm being downvoted into the basement here; help?". Locking should be quite rare, so even if you think you "wouldn't want to bother folks on meta" for some of the others, please do bring ...


As an alternative if we decide not to do so, I believe that Stack Exchange will add pages to the Help Center on the community's request (within reason). If so, we can so request and, on fulfillment of our request, decommission the Meta posts as permanent archives, making them discussion pages or marking them status-completed.

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