As a more recent user of the "language learning" site and a more common user of the "tex" related site, I couldn't help but notice that many of the questions on the LL Stack Exchange are answered, sometimes by multiple users (I've seen up to 4 answers.) But none of them are accepted.
I understand and appreciate that the answers to questions on LL are less of "here is an objectively working solution to your problem" but more of an "here is my take on your question", but to me it feels like an question without an accepted answer is still an open question. (Which to me seems a bit frustrating.)
I get that language learning is not a technical topic, but rather a personal one, but the approach "let's not accept answers and hope one that suits me better comes along" is a bit counter-intuitive in a site that is based on a very rigorous question-answer-points for everything-kind of concept.
So: Why to many people decide to not accept any answer? How could this change? Is it even desirably to change it?