I am not sure how I should deal with some questions I have that may be considered opinion-based.
I recently read this reddit article about the shortcortcomings of netrw (bad code base leading to errors) that also pop up if you use extensions like tpope's vim-vinegar. I wonder now whether I should use vimfiler or NERD Tree (with the non-drawer option set) and would appreciate the view of other experienced vim users on that topic.
I have the following options:
- I will not ask any question, as a question on this may be considered an opinion-based question that StackExchange does not like to see
- I will ask a clearly opinion-based question like "Do you prefer vimfiler, vinegar or NERD Tree with non-drawer-flag set and why?", knowing that this question will likely be closed (but hoping it will get good answers as I have seen often on opinion-based questions)
- I will try to create a non-opinion based question for it like "What are the most important feature differences between vimfiler, vinegar or NERD Tree with non-drawer-flag set and how fast and stable is their use?"
- I will ask an opinion-based question in the chat and risk getting little answers (as no reputation is given) and knowing noone will ever reread a given answer in chat
How should I deal with this?