After this question was closed today, and someone suggested a question of mine will become a community wiki, because it's "a poll" (which I'm not sure it is) I'm really confused.
Are there clear criteria as to what should become a CW and what is too subjective for SO?
Are those criteria being followed (unlike the links to questions I gave in the first link, and really a lot more)?
Added: And specifically - Should my question be a CW? Why?
And also, what's so unacceptable in subjective questions? Obviously if someone would ask "Which programming languages is best?" (or something of that sort) That's a useless question, but if you can learn something from a subjective question, and if it's interesting, what's wrong with it? SO is surely not just about solving technical code issues.
More Added: Oh, now I see clearly, my question was closed but at least I got a good explanation as to why subjective questions are evil:
It's impossible to objectively answer this question; questions of this type are too open ended and usually lead to confrontation and argument.
My question was closed because it may lead to "confrontation and argument"????