There are many general resource questions that ask questions such as "what is the best programming language?" or "How do I implement this commonly-confusing thing?", which get closed for being subjective or generalized. While these are currently outside the scope of SE, many have generated intense community interest. Therefore, I suggest that instead of closing these questions, the best ones should be relocated to a new sister site like this:
assorted.stackoverflow.com (or any other prefix)
I've looked around and seen something like this suggested before, but what I found suggested things such as a compiled FAQ or separate site (which is similar, but then would be hard to search since all site questions would be merged into one long list).
Of course, I understand the implications of such a heady statement, and the effort that would be required to accomplish this must be immense. However there are good reasons for this change:
This would provide a place to ask subjective questions, which means instead of closing questions against the community's will, misplaced questions can be migrated.
This can discourage repetitious questions that continuously ask the same popular questions. It certainly wouldn't get all of the duplicates, but it might help.
This would encourage users to write new, useful questions that are inherently subjective, but are still very helpful.
A number of technologies could accompany this that could make integration simpler:
Each site has the sub-site in the main toolbar listed between "chat" and "main/meta". This allows for quick navigation between the sub-sites.
The new sub-site could have its search results automatically included in the "main" portion of the site so that it can be seen by people posting their questions on the main page (to help avoid duplicates).
Either a new rating system could be imposed which does not affect the user's rep (i.e. is local to the question only) so that the questions can be ordered by rating, or rating can be taken out altogether. I don't recommend tying in the rating with the parent site because the sites may become indistinguishable.
Allow for migration to the new sub-site. Perhaps require less migration votes to move to this particular sub-site because A) it still pertains to the actual subject matter, and B) Migration would be more frequent to this sub-site.
Finally, if this would become a reality, Stack Exchange would likely require a change to their mission statement to include that there is a small subsection devoted to the most highly-valued subjective questions, or something along those lines. Now, nothing ever gets done without first being discussed, so how does everybody feel about all of this?
NOTE TO DOWNVOTERS
Thank you for your interest. Downvoting does not mean that you dislike my post. Do not downvote because the question happens to be a duplicate of a question that by all means, I would never have found without stumbling across it myself (yes, I took a good hard look before I asked this one). Remember that downvoting is only meant to indicate a bad question or for feature requests, a poorly thought-out request. I took a lot of time writing this request; because you do not agree with it is no cause for the (to quote another user) "Haterade".