I'm sorry, this isn't really a question, but when I clicked the "feedback always welcome" link, I was brought here, so here goes.
I am really sad and frustrated that you're allowing your API to be used by non-Stack Exchange sites. You may wonder, "Why, why is this a bad thing?" Think about it: your whole Q&A design is, for the most part, amazing. So, people are going to be spamming it all over the Internet.
It's already bad enough that there are sites leeching off of, say, Stack Overflow (which is really annoying). What do you think will come of this? I say no good, and I absolutely hate the idea. I hate the overwhelming majority of junk on the Internet, and it sucks that your nice software will inevitably litter search results with junk.
Then ask me, "Since the software is great, why will it be junk?" Think about it. You really think a lot of these people using the API are going to have a decent enough consumer base to support a useful Q&A site? Nah, probably not. I say your meta site is perfect. Moderate sites. The idea of using a voting system like you have in order to release a site is perfect; it really is. You can kill a proposal if it fails, so it doesn't clutter up the Internet with 10-year-old information, or just a bunch of spam.
Maybe I'm overreacting. I don't know, what do you think?