As questions continue to come in every day, a 'burning issue' becomes more and more urgent to tackle. When it comes to modify some system settings not modifiable from Switchboard, several users here are inclined to point to elementary tweaks as the most user-friendly solution.
While it is quite understood that tweaks is no longer maintained and thus potentially unstable if not downright dangerous for the system, it seems that 'it just works' for most users and so it is still often recommended. We also know how the devs (Daniel in particular) have been openly against the use of tweaks, both because of its design inconsistencies and of the breakage in the UI it can cause. So the question is: should we decide here a best practice to follow when it comes to said scenario? Like, recommend recurring to dconf and never mention elementary tweaks? I'm with Daniel on this, FWIW.