These are certainly interesting discussions in their own right — roundtable discussions which are fun to bandy about with your colleagues; they may even be educational — but frankly, this isn't what we do.
Take a look at the new /about page that lays out the purpose of having this site in the first place:
About Network Engineering SE
We get a lot of requests to use Stack Exchange as a way to vote on a variety of other… stuff. Sharing your favorite regular expressions (or your favorite Python modules or books/blogs/tricks/tips/etc) would certainly make for an interesting compilation. But questions that elicit open-ended contributions, discussions, and debates can't really be properly "answered" in this type of Q&A format. That's actually by design.
We're not suggesting these questions should never be asked anywhere. Some questions actually need the type of discussion and collaboration you seek; there's nothing wrong with that. But these questions are simply better suited to a threaded discussion forum. There are certainly plenty of them on the Internet — it's simply not what we do.