Ok that makes sense. I guess I got confused how the Suggest function works.
Here's where I am.
I created two non-admin users. Both have wiki creation and suggestion permissions.
User 1 posts a thread
User 2 suggests it be a wikie
What's supposed to happen? From my testing
User 1 gets no notification
User 1 sees the notice "This thread has been suggested as a wiki" when viewing that thread, but there is no way to act on that. If User 1 enables Wiki from the drop down menu, the notice remains.
Doesn't that already exists? If you need the features of MediaWiki, then this add-on won't probably fit your needs.
This is a more basic add-on which works with existing threads and tries to implement its functionality as native as possible. For example the WikiPost history feature is based on the edit history provided by XenForo. If you uninstall my add-on sometime in the future, all the edit history will remain in your site.
OS 14.2 Release Candidate Release Date ― October 30, 2020 Build Number ― 18B91 Darwin Kernel Version ― 20.1.0: Thu Oct 22 12:48:29 PDT 2020; root:xnu-7195.42.1~1 Apple's release notes for the update are included below: There are also separate release notes for iPadOS 14 with iPad-specific...
We were running on a different addon but migrated to this one recently. so the old post history is from the old one, but is the same way the new one works. All current functionality is from this addon.
We only allow users who have 20 posts to actually do the edits, but as a guest you should be able to see the edit history.