Meta is definitely not the place for this. I think we as a community do allow some opinion based posts on the main site. But they have to be meaningful, show understanding of the issue, some research or break-down of the issue and ideally describe what kind of answer they expect.
I'm aware that is still very subjective.
Personally I would expect the following of your listed examples:
A possible question could be "What are the available IDE's and which one meets these criteria best ?" Answer expectation have to be clear so that opinions are not "I like X" but become "I use X because pro: A,B,C,D, but con:E,F,G". But we're definitely not a polling site for questions as "What IDE are You using right now ?"
Best Migration Tool and approach
That's two things and they illustrate the broadness. "Best" for what purpose, what does OP want to achieve ? What was tried/researched and/or failed. Without described expectations a lot of answers may be written that do not answer the actual need. We don't want to waste anyone's time and efforts.
Mandatory Chrome Plugins
Not opposed to a canonical wiki overview of plugins or something of that nature.