We're over 250 days into beta, and I thought it'd be good to take a step back and see how Writers.SE is doing. The beta is an attempt to see whether a SE Q&A site for writers is workable; we might be ready to answer some questions from experience now.
So, one of the key concerns for the site was that writing is a highly individual, subjective business, and the Q&A format might be a poor fit for such discussions. See also "Where do we draw the line on Subjective?" and the oft-referenced Good Subjective, Bad Subjective.
Now that we've seen a range of questions: Has the subjective nature of writing been a problem for you on the site? Do you feel you're seeing too many questions which are answered "it all depends, do whatever works for you?". Do you feel "bad-subjective" questions make up an unreasonable portion of the site? Do you feel "good-subjective" questions are arising and being answered well?
Note that I'm not asking whether this issue can be improved, I'm asking whether in your experience, it has been.