Just browsing around and I bumped into an old favorite of mine Practices for programming in a scientific environment? which is clearly a "make-a-list" question and therefore off-topic by modern standards.
It is, however,
- From the very early days of the site (beta I think).
- Fairly highly voted, and has received 3k views and has been active from time to time after it was initially asked (though not for a year now).
- Possessed of a number of answered that have many of the "good subjective" qualities and at least 10 votes. The question itself is marginal on the good-subjective/bad-subjective scale, but a significant fraction of the answers treated the questions that should have been asked.
Full disclosure: I am biased as I participated in that thread.