I've always felt one of the greatest strengths of Buddhism is it's malleability. There are hundreds of sects and probably millions of ways to view/answer/experience most questions beyond the four noble truths, the 3 jewels and the eightfold path (which, I think, most sects adhere to in some respect, or at least agree on, or at least recognize.) I personally love the fact that this is true, it means I can get several view points on a single point of teaching depending on what sect I'm reading from at any given point.
But, and this is important, stack overflow is a Q&A site. There is expected to be a single best answer. I'm not sure that's advisable with Buddhism or, frankly, even possible.
How does this community propose to avoid every question turning into a huge rolling debate while also acknowledging that we may all view concepts like impermanence and bodhisattvas in different ways? How do we allow for multiple truths in a single truth forum?