Originally asked as "Is it bad to post separate partial answers and invite people to vote on them separately?"
One moderator recently deleted two relevant answers I posted to my own question "What functionality and API are affected by TZ and DST changes? What to test?".
The help center about deletions doesn't contain a requirement to contain everything in one answer and doesn't require anything regarding community wiki marks. Still, the answers were deleted (and undeleted later, when I marked them as community wiki). I think the moderator overreacted.
Please moderate this conflict.
The conflict is resolved, but it attracted my attention to the problem of community wiki as such, and I think the moderators should also thoroughly read through the following post and change their habits: The Future of Community Wiki with main points for me being "Favor quality (by ownership and suggested edits) over openness (aka community wiki)" and "Community Wiki is primarily for Answers [that may be improved but the author won't put any more effort where others might]".
So as long as I'm interested in the topic and willing to improve, I'd like to keep multiple non-accepted mutually additive answers and get my ownership back, thanks in advance.
I'll make the final checklist community wiki once it forms up if you convince me that it's still worth it.