Last month, the new Stack Exchange CEO made a post on MSO to engage with the community: CEO's 2020 Kickoff Blog: Where do you see Stack Overflow going? Since this was important for the entire network community but not everyone visits (or even has an account on) MSO, it was cross-posted here to get feedback from the whole network community as well as just the MSO community: "Scripting the Future of Stack Overflow" blog post discussion on MSO
This month, Aaron Hall made a post on MSO to recount the tale of his meeting with the new CEO and what was said: An account of my meeting with the Stack Overflow management team Again, this is important for the entire network community, but it took until today for someone to cross-post this one here: https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/344082/278659 Surprisingly (to me), the latter post was heavily downvoted and closed, then deleted by some MSE regulars.
Why such a different reaction to these two cross-postings from MSO to MSE? Was it because today's post is a complete copy-paste instead of just a short "go and look at this thing on MSO"? Or because it's not posted by a CM/employee? Or because it's so much later than the original post rather than on the same day? Despite all that, though, it still seems useful to show the stuff to the network community as well as just the MSO community.
Is there (or should there be) a policy on copying important MSO things to MSE?