I'm a bit concerned about the question What are some good tools one can use for creating and maintaining an online CV? and the creation of the tools tag. It's very easy for these to become list questions and answers are often based around personal preference rather than some software/ect actually being outright superior.
Some sites have allowed this questions as long as they are asking for tools for a very specific and well defined purpose, meaning that Product B really is superior to Product A for this particular task because of X feature which helps you Y. I do not want to open the door for "my favorite word processor is Pages".
Can we work with these questions at all? If so, what makes a "good" one and what makes them Not Constructive?