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This is a good idea. I think there is a distinction between subjective questions and shopping list questions, although the two may certainly overlap. The first item on the list seems to only be identifying subjective questions.

I think this could alsoshould be bundled with a bit of information on the right way to go about this, which is to instead describe the problem you are trying to solve. Instead of asking "What librarieslibraries can do ABC in XYZ?", people should be asking, "What is the easiest way to do ABC in XYZ? I am open to library suggestions."

This is a good idea. I think there is a distinction between subjective questions and shopping list questions, although the two may certainly overlap. The first item on the list seems to only be identifying subjective questions.

I think this could also be bundled with a bit of information on the right way to go about this, which is to describe the problem you are trying to solve. Instead of asking "What libraries can do ABC in XYZ?", people should be asking, "What is the easiest way to do ABC in XYZ? I am open to library suggestions."

This is a good idea. I think there is a distinction between subjective questions and shopping list questions, although the two may certainly overlap. The first item on the list seems to only be identifying subjective questions.

I think this should be bundled with a bit of information on the right way to go about this, which is to instead describe the problem you are trying to solve. Instead of asking "What libraries can do ABC in XYZ?", people should be asking, "What is the easiest way to do ABC in XYZ? I am open to library suggestions."

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This is a good idea. I think there is a distinction between subjective questions and shopping list questions, although the two may certainly overlap. The first item on the list seems to only be identifying subjective questions.

I think this could also be bundled with a bit of information on the right way to go about this, which is to describe the problem you are trying to solve. Instead of asking "What libraries can do ABC in XYZ?", people should be asking, "What is the easiest way to do ABC in XYZ? I am open to library suggestions."