I recently asked this question:
which got closed for two reasons: The first I agree with--it's too graphic design oriented (so I re-asked it on GD.SE).
The second reason I feel could stand discussion here on meta, namely, that this is a survey rather than an expert question.
The question asks about the tools that experts use to get their work done. I feel this is a question where the expertise of UX members is a real asset. I as a questioner would like to make use of, as an expert I would contribute to questions like this, and I feel that others coming along would also benefit from the knowledge.
On other sites, this question would get marked as "community wiki", because there's no one right answer. I didn't see a way to do that here--or perhaps the meaning of CW has changed on SO/*.SE over the years. This allowed for questions like this, where the variety of answers were all interesting.
How do we want these questions handled here on UX?
- Do we want to exclude all survey-type questions in favor of questions with a single correct answer?
- Do we want to allow them but provide a mechanism for marking questions as potentially having many valid answers and no 'right' answer?
- Some other option?