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Useful threads are being closed as "not constructive:"
This question is not a good fit to our Q&A format. We expect answers to generally involve facts, references, or specific expertise; this question will likely solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion. See the FAQ.
For example, What is the best .NET obfuscator on the market? was very useful for me since I am new to obfuscation and the question gave me a start. Also that question has lots of votes and bookmarks - these alone are the markers of usefulness. The question is closed anyway. No idea why.
Same happened to my question, .NET Obfuscation: Deepsea vs Crypto Obfuscator - which is better?, which received one bookmark immediately.
I was waiting for an answer with the two products downloaded and installed. I desired that experienced people would share their thoughts and point me to the better one. No. Closed. I.e. I must go to some other forum and ask there or I must search on Google and write down the pros and cons of each myself. I am not asking questions just because I have tons of time and want to chat; I need an answer, that's why I am asking. I am asking because I think that SO has the most professional people to answer and because I didn't find a good answer in Google.
I saw other questions closed which I myself found to be useful and I bookmarked some of the closed questions.
If I want people who have an experience which I do not have with some software products and I want to see which product is better in the terms of usability and reliability, not just better in terms of the price or has a better official website or better described on the official website, how do I ask this question? Or is this a question which I cannot ask on SO? I.e. this sort of information is not available on SO?
Is this one breaking the rules as well: F# - Pipeline Best practice ?