I think the reason the site attracts personal questions is because of its name
As humble as possible, I think I have seen a big problem in a site, and make a proposal to fix it. Not so much users interact with the meta post (or only read it silently), but all those speak agree that it is the big problem, they just don't have a consensus about the solution. Including the mods.
Since everyone agrees that this is a big problem, they should work hard to fix it. However it seems like except two mods, the others don't push it. To quote one (this is not a mod):
I too would like to be proven wrong, but I confess that I'm not convinced there's a healthy enough signal:noise ratio for that to truly take hold.
Life is hard, being a mod is harder. I understand that they may have so much things to do in their life, and not have much time for this. But they are mods, and since everyone agree that this is a problem, they should be proactive on this. I have tried to open a chat to float the issue up. Except the two, the others only leave one or two comments and leave.
They still do their jobs in monitoring the site, but IMO they don't care about the issue anymore. I want to encourage them again, but don't know what to do. I think at least they should keep in mind about that.
Should I do that? And how to do it properly? Is not being convinced that the proposal will work can give them the right to ignore it?