Maybe I'm hyper-sensitive to this, but I'm smelling a bias against certain users who seem to have a name in common with a certain time-travelling robots troll
(maybe it's even the same user, but I can't tell because I don't have access to moderation tools and can't see what questions were deleted -- anyway, it doesn't matter) (it does seem to be the same user (see the edit history), but that still doesn't matter).
Seems perfectly on topic: The spirit of "list questions are bad" just wants to prevent bad subjective questions with endless lists, based on opinion or speculation. Especially, these sorts of lists are unable to be accepted properly (for obvious reasons).
This question doesn't qualify. It asks for one answer which entails providing a list of items, not a list of answers.
I do not buy that this is general reference either, because Wikipedia doesn't bother to name the source for most entries so it's impossible to verify them as canon. The last time I checked memory-alpha, that list was vastly incomplete, too.
Currently, I count one single diamond vote-to-close, while there are three vote-to-reopen.
Edit: Also, the mod who closed this, accepted a meta-answer indicating that only the Wikipedia article could be a candidate for general reference. So the memory-alpha article is out. And the Wikipedia article lacks references.