Meta is an odd beast. Admittedly, I still don't understand parts of it. Typically, requests the community can respond to get the required attention. They get decided upon, and acted upon. Requests related to tags, chat events, policy deciding and so on.
I don't exactly know or ever wondered how ...
@MelanieShebel, thanks for the edit of my answer. One question; Is US english the "official" language for this site? I ask because my quoted text from Wikipedia used the British spelling "vapour", which you corrected to "vapor". It would be nice to know because I do a lot of edits, and I don't change British spelling to US. It actually seems particularly odd that we should do that for quoted text. Anyway, thx again and I eagerly await your input!
@M.A.R. , thx, that's what I thought. I think that maybe the editor has their spell-check set to US English, so British spellings come up as misspellings. I know a lot of the different spellings, but there was one word, can't remember it now, I had been correcting until I realized it was coming up a lot. I found out it was just a British spelling and my ignorance thereof!
The only mention of this that turned up in a quick search was a passing mention three years ago. I've just encountered a pending edit on this question where the editor tidied up the question with MathJax and such, but also proposed to change favored to favoured.
My habit when I make edits is t...
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's homework-like and an AMIRITE question, meaning it's too localized to be helpful to future visitors, and it can't have an exemplary answer considering the OP is both asking and answering in the question. — M.A.R.4 hours ago