(This is unrelated to my ongoing Thing about community wiki for subjective questions. I promise!)
Specifically, I'm talking about What tools are available for RAW image processing in Linux?. I went to update this with the news that Bibble is no more (although some future product from Corel will include the technology and they say it will support Linux, having been down that road with Corel I am not holding my breath).
I found that there's three different CW answers which mention bibble, two of which also talk about Lightzone — a program which abruptly vanished in September 2011 — and a third which says "another vote for bibble". The top answer, which points to Rawtherapee, was updated by its original author in March of this year, but is now out of date. The other answers about other software aren't in much better shape.
In short, this question is not making the internet better. It's making the internet worse, because one gets better results with a Google search for "Linux RAW" (and that's not saying much, because the top hit is unrelated to photography and the second goes to a dead wikidot site).
I don't think this kind of resource is necessarily bad to have on the site, if it would work. But it only works if the answers follow the right discipline (no personal opinion, one item per answer), and there's no software or mechanical discipline to either encourage or enforce that.
So, the question is, basically: Gahhhhh.