I'm requesting that people vote to re-open this question: What programs have trouble with case-sensitive (HFSX) filesystems, and how to fix them?
The reason for closing as given by the closer was:
Since this kind of CW has fairly limited scope, appeal, and educational value, I'm closing this.
However, I disagree with some of those points. The educational value is potentially significant, not limited. The scope is narrow, but I don't think that is a valid reason to close, and the appeal may be limited, but maybe not. There are three other similar questions (1, 2, 3).
The main reason I think it should be re-opened is that it was closed less than one hour after it was asked, not very long. Furthermore, the two down-votes were given after it was closed, and were therefore very likely influenced by the fact that the question was closed. I'm not sure the question would have been down-voted if it had remained open.
Finally, the official (not comment) reason for the closing does not apply. I fail to see how this question would solicit
debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion. To the contrary, this site and a community-wiki question seems like the ideal place for such a repository of facts. I can't think of a better location on the interwebs for this question and the possible answers.