I am slightly unhappy with the direction of drift to answers to this question. On my reading, the OP mentioned a phenomenon and asked how editors should react to it. This seems to have been taken by many as an invitation to mention their favourite examples of that phenomenon, without really addressing what I thought was the actual question being asked.
My question to the community is: are people OK with this? Do we want to have any policy, soft or hard, on how many "favourite examples of various people" we want posted, in the vein of other big-list questions that lack any natural filter?