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This answer here on meta points out a number of questions asking for a list of apps or "your favorite X app" which should probably be closed due to their subjective/unanswerable nature.

When I vote to close a question like these, which reason is the right one to use: "Not a question", "Subjective", or "Off-topic"?

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Wow, my first tumbleweed badge. Wohoo!

I guess I'm going with "Not a question"

  • Not a question sounds fine to me – Bryan Denny Sep 23 '10 at 15:03
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The choices have changed. I suggest that the correct reason is now "Not Constructive".

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