There is a unit test and apple proposal that looks like they will go live soon. These are exact subsets of stackoverflow and super user. But there isn't even one vote to close. One would think there would be more opportunity to be a naysayer. I worry for the day when one needs to check 15 websites to decide where to ask a programming question.
There are 39 people who can vote to close an ill-considered site out of about 11,000 users. That is about 1/3 of 1%.
What kind of community driven democracy only allows you to vote "yes"?