So the mother of all list-questions was just posted: What LISP compilers and interpreters were available for 8-bit machines?
Not only explicitly asking for a list, but with the extra twist of asking about the "LISt Processor"!
Since list questions are simply not suitable or useful for the Stack Exchange format, I voted to close, but no one seems to join me. What's worse is that the first two comments are by diamond mods, one who even wrote in this answer:
The consensus is that we don't want list questions
In the question Do we want list questions? both the highest voted answer and the accepted conclude that no, we do not. None of the answers seem to want it and there are no downvotes on the answers. There are numerous reasons and links there so I won't iterate the reasons here, but as you can understand, I still think they are as valid now as when they were written.
Do you disagree? If so, what has changed that made this OK now?