This is bugging me for a while, but I would like to raise the flag on a problem we have.
We should avoid having "Suggestive Rules", having suggestive rules is far more damageable that a suggestive question, because it lead to question that are controversy closed.
I noticed that those "Suggestive Rules" lead to user who lure the question author to jump through a series of hoops in order to have is question accepted by the community. Comment like, "if you [do something], your question will be acceptable". But since the rules are not clear, more that often it's a false hope that's just increase the frustration.
As Tony Meyer noted on the Are "recommend me" questions allowed there is currently a big confusion about this particular rule. We could edit the rules together, but we need ONE rulebook, the rule should be as clear as possible and easy to find.
I think the main issue we have right now is that we does not have any moderator nominated yet. Since some rules are still subject to interpretation, we need someone with the necessary authority for drawing the line between acceptable and unacceptable, even if it controversial, at least we should be coherent.
We need a referee, as soon as possible.