Most Meta posts are visited 75-150 times. Those same Meta posts tend to accumulate (at a rough guess and on average) a total of 8-12 unique votes.
Meta works because you're willing to move your mouse to an arrow and click a button. I understand that you might not want to "stick your neck out" to voice an opinion or set a precedent — but that's actually what Meta is for. Our community modifies rules and makes clarifications because we, the proverbial people, are willing to cast what is for all intent and purposes is an anonymous vote.
Unfortunately, it appears somewhere around 93% of the people who visit Meta never bother to cast a vote.
It's worth thinking about that. I'd have to go look at the stats to prove this, but my knee-jerk suspicion is that about 2% of the active users on Worldbuilding.SE visit Meta and, of those, only 8% participate. That means the policies of this Stack are being set by around 0.2% of its users.
This is an invitation to participate beyond merely reading the Meta posts. Please, get in the habit of voting, writing answers, and posting questions. You can try this out right now. It won't matter if you...
- write a comment complaining that the post isn't relevant to Stack policy
- post an answer explaining how I'm completely up in the night
- or post a new question demanding to know why you should be expected to click your mouse button...
But doing so will show you're here for more than idle curiosity or simple entertainment. You'll be participating!