The post was closed yesterday by five community members as 'too broad'.
It has 34 answers, and it really becomes a poll/discussion of ideas. Very few of these answers are well thought out and serve to act against the second guideline of 'Great Subjective Questions' presented in Good Subjective, Bad Subjective:
Great subjective questions tend to have long, not short, answers. The best subjective questions inspire your peers to share their actual experiences, not just post a mindless one-liner or cartoon in hopes of being rewarded with upvotes for being merely “first.” Sharing an experience takes at least one paragraph; ideally several paragraphs. If I’m asking about how to bake cookies, don’t give me a list of grocery items: milk. butter. vanilla. eggs. There is virtually nothing I can learn from a short, static list of grocery items that make up a recipe. Instead, tell me what happened the last time you made cookies from that recipe! Share your detailed experiences, so that we all might learn from them.
If this is to be reopened, it needs significant curation of the content that is already present. However, as it is one of those old questions with lots of up votes everywhere, it makes it very difficult for 20k users to delete the poor quality answers in an effort to provide a suggestion of the standards for the answer that we want to have. This means that to actually clean it up, it requires some mods to step in and work on deleting the answers, adding a mod notice about the quality and such.
So, why is this reopened rather than historically locked?