A case which didn’t make the shortlist, but perhaps domestication counts?
It’s a deliberate attempt at affecting the (best understanding of the) outer adaptation process. But in the case of domestication, it’s targeted primarily at the outer natural selection process of a different lineage. Of course the lineages interact, meaning it does affect the outer natural selection process of the self lineage, but that’s not the main legible effect, nor presumably the intended one.
A more modern and ‘competent’ example might be the (proposed) use of artificial gene drives to perturb an existing genetic population. Again this acts on a different lineage primarily.