I'm prepared to get downvoted into oblivion, but as the 6th highest rep guy here I think this should at least be heard.
I just saw that ID questions are no longer allowed. This decision was based on a post that was seen by 854 users. Yes, that post got 854 views. Are views unique? That I'm not sure, so it may have even been less actual users but I'll assume they're unique. There's approximately (I didn't count, but used some basic math to compute) 32,632 users of this site, for a view rate of just less than 3%. 22 people upvoted the request, for a participation rate of 0.07%. And based on 0.07% of the users, we decided to ban ID questions.
I'm not a big Meta user, but one of the most invaluable assets of this site to me has always been the ability to have someone identify a movie for me that I could then go back and enjoy. This isn't LMGTFY, this is supposed to be a wealth of experts who help users. I wouldn't go to SO and ask a question about programming if I could just google it myself. This is, I thought, 65,264 eyes, some of whom have probably seen the movie in question and can tell you what it is from memory. If you say, "There's a movie, a comedy, and all I remember was some drunk Asian kid in a tree yelling 'Oh Sexy girlfriend!'", I can tell you right off the bat that it's Sixteen Candles. If you don't know it, don't answer it. Don't google it. It's not that hard. Not every question gets answered on any SE site, which is why the tumbleweed badge exists.
I'd like to see ID questions get back to being allowed, and I'd like to hear from people who also want to see them allowed. How much do you rely on this site for those types of questions? How important are they to your experience here?