It's now been almost 6 months since the community has become widely aware of practices by the greater StackExchange company which a lot of people have disagreed with.
There has been a lot of dissatisfaction specifically surrounding the firing of Monica, but also about practices in general.
As a result, some of the community have banded together in order to achieve a solution they find satisfactory
This has resulted in:
a long list of moderators resigning in protest, including from CV (like Glen).
some form of an organised strike
Since it has been some time now, I was curious: Have the actions and practices had any noticeable effect on the activity or efficiency of the site, specifically related to the CV site?
There was a query done by @Glorfindel right at the start of the protests which found some drop in usage (in terms of questions answered and posted). However, it was relatively small and honestly probably not significant. And it was done relatively early, so would not capture any effects which might have a lag time.
I do not have access to site analytics. Perhaps to those that have a means of seeing: has there been any quantifiable change due to the actions taken and listed above, to the activity or efficiency of the site which show pressure has actually been applied to the greater StackExchange company?