It seems to me that many of the most thought-provoking and informative questions that are being asked on this forum are pretty subjective.
For better or worse, when the main StackExchange site was created (for a developer audience), the perceived disadvantages of allowing subjective questions (increased risks for flame wars; increased likelihood of soliciting answers that are devoid of critical thinking that amount to little more than "well MY favorite color is BLUE...", making it difficult for the voting process to reliably identify the "best" answer, etc.) were deemed to outweigh the benefits of allowing subjective questions.
What say you? Should sqa.stack exchange.com have a different policy relating to subjective questions than the mothership StackExchange site?
Is it time for this forum to officially welcome subjective questions? If so, why? If not, why not?