After reviewing the 'Great Redisiplining' and learning that we now do accept answers here, I'm not sure how I should handle accepting some of my previous questions. I have only asked a few, but some of them do not have have specific 'right' answer. For example, 'Do you work contract projects in addition to your full-time job?' and 'What features are missing from the languages you use?' are open-ended forum-type questions that have produced valuable discussion, but there is no correct response which should be accepted.
On a related note, one of my first questions- Good furniture for programmers, although rather popular, almost certainly does not fit here under the new guidelines; should it be closed?
For the questions above and perhaps similar ones like it by other members, what is the correct course of action and are they still permissible here under the new guidelines?
The chief concern here is that we have chosen not to hide the accept rate from profiles, so I don't really wish to be toting around a badge that says '0% Accept Rate' if it is going to have an adverse affect on my standing.