I think this question should be closed because it will likely solicit debate and opinion, not revolving around facts or citing sources.
No, I kid. Kinda. In all seriousness, though, I think that these "list questions" add as much value as any other when they are written well and produce good answers. The idea is to learn. I know that for my question the top answer has undergone 28 revisions by 11 users (to date) and inspired a spinoff answer with the less flattering and more negative abbreviations associated with names written in Sefarim (even though it was not part of the question). The question itself has gotten 11 upvotes (to date), and the top answer has gotten 21 upvotes!
Why this should be deleted or closed just because it is a list is beyond me. I asked the question because I honestly did not know what some of these abbreviations meant, and, as someone who learns but was never trained on this particular item, it is 1)a little embarrassing to go to my Rav at my age and ask him what it stands for and 2)not so easy to remember the answer to all of the different abbreviations or versions of the same abbreviation. This has helped me out in many instances, and I actually consider it one of the best examples on the site in terms of the community posting and helping each other out to actually learn something factual about Jewish Life and Learning that some (in this case me) didn't previously know.