It's often noticeable in various SE communities, that a post by high rep user attracts more votes & less scrutiny compared to a low rep users. That is nicely discussed in below post:
The problem with reputation: does high reputation attract too many upvotes?
Also, in SO & certain smaller SE communities, many don't utilise their [up]votes to reward the efforts of other users. Long back, I had even asked a little 'naive' question in that regard as well.
The core theme of SE network is that, "we vote for the posts, not the people". If that's the case then,
Why do we display the user information below every post (Q&A)?
Anyone who is visiting the SO for help, will be interested in the content of the Q&A. Of course, at times the contributor also might be interesting. Is that the sole reason of displaying the username for a post?
This is Not a duplicate of below long ago (pending) feature-request:
Should there be anonymous answers (and questions)?
Yes it's strongly related. But this post is intended to know the reasons of not implementing that or similar feature.
My intention of asking this question is that, I see the problem of "upvoting the posts written by high-rep users & underestimating low-rep users" getting solved to some extent -- if hypothetically, those who are interested to know the contributor, can vote the post. Once the vote is locked, the contributor will be displayed. There can be other ways too. In any case, the voting based disclosing, increases the chances of fair platform to all the contributors.