If you must ask a subjective question, make sure it meets the six guidelines for great subjective questions, or it will be closed.
Actually, every site's FAQ was updated with that line. SO is a special case, though. It's already got Programmers SE as a home for its subjective questions. Therefore, allowing subjective posts on SO is unnecessary, and will just cause further confusion among an already-confused audience. And besides, the blog post even says
"Insisting on objectivity is fine for computing..."
I move that we strike the new line from the FAQ and return SO to being an objective-only site.
(Sorry if this is a dupe, but searching for "subjective stack overflow programmers" brings up half the questions ever posted on MSO.)