I wonder about the beta in the main Buddhism SE Beta header.
In particular what is the goal of the beta and what kind of feedback they are looking for.
In the old days, a new SE site would be in "beta" when it first started.
Ideally a new site would start, become more popular and stable, and then "graduate".
"Popular" means having enough questions per day, and enough of the questions answered.
"Stable" means having enough users -- especially sufficiently "high-reputation" or regular/active users who can vote to close questions and so on, which moderators don't necessarily have time for on a busy site -- and some kind of community, i.e. regular users who will answer questions, and some established policies about what's on topic.
You can see the stats for this site here -- https://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/45110/buddhism
All our numeric stats look excellent, except "questions per day" -- we have never had enough "questions per day" to graduate -- so here we are, 5 years later, still in "beta".
Our being still in beta doesn't matter much. SE have said they won't close an otherwise healthy site for not being popular enough -- I think that "healthy" might mean essentially that it's still being moderated effectively -- so this site might be able to carry on like this indefinitely.
The benefits of graduating would be:
A while ago they graduated a bunch of beta sites, as an experiment, because those sites were more than 7 years old. This site now is 5.9 years old -- perhaps in June 2021 we could ask SE whether it would be convenient for them to let the site graduate, if the community wants it to.