Often (especially in the unanswered list) there seem to be question which are seemingly answered with a yes or no.
This is a good, relevant question, but the answer could be a simple "No, Blender doesn't have this feature." But according to How do I write a good answer? "don’t do that" is understandably discouraged. Should the answer be unanswered untill Blender gets this feature or a valid workaround?
Even worse with "Can I do A with method B in Blender?". The answer would be "Yes." and since the OP already is aware of the method, he is probably able to do it without a tutorial answer.
In a very specific context of this, this and this question: Should they get bumped untill someone comes along with a crazy workaround? (The last one even already mentions the workaround in the question itself.)
More context (yeah, my own stupid questions):
Yes > "Nothing to worry about, this doesn't affect performance that much."
Yes > "This is the best workflow, there isn't anything faster."
No and No > "Blender doesn't have this feature (yet)."
Note, that in the No cases, a future answer like "Blender 2.8 has gotten this feature now." is not that useful, since the question was about the workflow not working. At the same time, a missing feature is not a bug. Or my three question have been closed as too localized as well, I seemed to think others could benefit from the as well.