As I'm sure most readers are probably aware of by now, there has been an ongoing controversy for the last couple of weeks surrounding the new Code of Conduct, the removal of a moderator, many moderator resignations, and other assorted related issues.
It seems that there are a couple dozen new Meta questions related to this group of events appearing every day. These questions routinely generate tens of answers and hundreds of comments. I am finding it somewhat difficult to keep track of all the different posts and to keep abreast of the latest developments.
There doesn't seem to be any unique marker linking all of these discussions together. It seems like one just has to scroll through every Meta post to find the relevant ones. Even when you do find them, by the time you finish reading them there are another ten questions/answers that have since been posted.
Keep in mind that many people have limited amounts of time they can spend perusing Meta per day, and many people have stretches of time when they can't visit Meta. If someone only has an hour a day to devote to this, or can only check in a few times a week, it seems impossible to actually be able to read everything, or even to approach that level.
My question is thus: Is there any way we can organize things to make it easier for readers to follow what's going on? Perhaps a tag or series of tags? Perhaps a dedicated Meta post that lists all the posts relating to theses events, perhaps also subdivided by more specific topics (e.g. posts about the Code of Conduct, posts about pronouns, posts about moderators, etc.). Or some other way that I have not mentioned? I imagine this would be help readers find all the relevant posts to read, and help readers with limited resources determine which posts to allocate them to.
Would something like this be feasible? Would something like this be desirable?