There are a number of on-going and recent issues that have incensed many of us--how welcoming the atmosphere is for members of the trans community, licensing, the CoC, Monica's demodding and public treatment, SOI's treatment of communities and their experienced members and moderators, apparent change in focus from content quality to feel-good, etc. Things exploded and chaos has raged for many weeks. People have vented in posts and comments.
Not much has actually changed with the underlying issues, and the indications are that SOI is entrenched in how things are. I think we're reaching the point where "keeping the pressure on" is becoming counter productive. It isn't likely to produce change from SOI, but it will start burning out people who care about the issues.
People can maintain the negative emotions for only so long. Eventually, they run out of emotional energy, give up on the issues, and either accept the way things are or move on. When that happens, continuing to stir the pot becomes annoying and loses followers.
It seems like everything that can be said about these issues has been said, and repeated. At this point, the issues are being kept alive by continually tweaking the old posts with updates and grammar fixes, and fresh posts that seem to be mostly rants or duplicates. We need to let people emotionally recharge, or those sympathetic to the cause will start to be turned off by it. Progress may best be served by giving things a rest, at least temporarily.
Edit: This question is not about how to solve the underlying issues. That has been extensively discussed elsewhere, and we can certainly use new and more effective strategies. This post is specifically about posting on Meta SE.
If there is new or constructive stuff to post, by all means do it, and try to do it as factual information with a minimum of emotional charge. However, most of the existing threads were posted when emotions were high, and the threads and comments touch a lot of raw nerves. Continuing to rehash and bump these old posts to keep the issues in the forefront fills the main page with posts that become emotionally draining, and continue to trigger raw nerves.
This post is to suggest that continuing to do this may start losing us people with sympathetic views because people will become emotionally burned out by continually "picking at the scab". The specific suggestion is to minimize bumping of these old posts and posting new, nearly identical questions about the same issues for the purpose of keeping the issues in the forefront. Give people a break from the Meta SE main page being constantly filled with emotionally triggering posts, and let people recharge so they stick around to fight another day.