Should I accept the answer that is favored by my personal taste?
I am asking typography questions when I don't know what the right answer is (e.g. Spacing in "$d=2$-dimensional" ) So maybe my own taste shouldn't be the deciding factor?
Would it be more scientific to wait for some votes and comments, so that I can try to accept an answer that captures the taste of the majority? (How long should I wait, for example in Spacing in "$d=2$-dimensional" would you already accept a solution?)
I think references (like "in Knuth's textbook this typography is used") should be considered very strongly in choosing which answer to accept. But should I wait until such a references are provided before I accept an answer?
(PS: I think it is very important to allow users to ask mathematics-related and TeX-related typography questions on this site, because there is a large demand for it; see https://tex.meta.stackexchange.com/a/701/128042 or https://tex.meta.stackexchange.com/a/6651/128042. I think the purpose of Stack Exchange is to help people and not to collect points. Therefore I do NOT want this post to start a discussion against typography questions in general.)