Very often OP's ask for Jewish Sources
What is the standard to be called a Jewish source? Written by a Jew? Accepted as authoritative?
Is Martin Buber a Jewish source? Or only religious figures accepted?
Someone who posts a question asking for "Jewish sources" might get the Shulchan Aruch, Rav Moshe Feinstein, Rashi, Rabbi Harold Kushner, Moses Mendelssohn, Martin Buber, Anita Diamant, Adam Sandler, Jon Stewart, Joe Schmo, or his brother Sholom Schlepper.
If they want to get a specific type of source, they should specify what they want. If they aren't specific, they shouldn't complain if they get stuff they are not interested in.
I think this is part of a general Stack Exchange principle, something like: add specific details to help you get a better answer and to keep people from wasting time on irrelevant content.
The above reads harsher than I might want. If it is a new user to Mi Yodeya, I hope they get a source they want, since they won't know to ask specifically. I guess throw them what answers we can or ask what kind of source they would like in comments.
Seemingly it should go according to the questioner, if he deems it acceptable to quote Buber, or Scholem that should suffice. everyone it seems has the right to downvote based off his preferences