OK, I feel like this should be on meta, because it is a very meta question, but I thought it would be interesting to discuss here. it is relevant and it might provide a little break from coding.
Using these sites you can essentially get a very good answer to any problem. In fact I think it would be safe to say you can pretty much get people to discuss the best algorithm for any given problem.
I was wondering if it would be interesting to create a whole game this way. you would ask the first question for instance:
What type of game would be the best game to make if the project was going to be worked on by an unknown amount of designers and developers?
The answer would be subjective, but people could discuss and after a time the answer with the most votes could be chosen and the question locked out. This would be the hardest question I suppose, because after that you would get more and more technical and the questions would become more and more like the questions you ask on these forums.
What would be the best class structure for this segments of a game?
What would be the best way of testing for collisions etc..
Do you think it would be possible to create a whole game this way? Sorry if this seems bizarre or annoying, but I think it might be worth a try! Think of this as the zeroth question. What do you think?