Is there any point on showing acceptance rate on meta? While we want to encourage accepting answers if someone explains how to do something, a lot of questions such as feature requests or discussion really don't really have a correct answer to accept. Furthermore, several valid suggestions get no answers because no-one has anything else substantial to add
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closed as off-topic by ᔕᖺᘎᕊ, Ward, Shadow Wizard, Werner, Wrzlprmft Oct 26 '15 at 20:32
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No, it is essentially meaningless. (Look at mine!)
Because Meta is primarily focused on discussion, it is unlikely that most questions qualify for even having best answers.
I think its important.
Say you ask for a feature request and it gets denied, you still have an answer (you might not like the answer) but an answer still.
I think if you are asking for a feature request, but no one has anything to add, then perhaps it is either not a good suggestion, or it needs to be thought out a little more?