What mechanism determines which meta posts or blog articles are featured in the Community Bulltin on the main page?
Concerning blog articles, I would guess that the newest ones are featured.
But the mechanisms to determine which meta question is featured, is completely unclear to me. Is it automatically decided by criteria that describe the activity and popularity of the meta question for example, such as votes, views, date of posting, etc?
Or is it the moderators of our site who determine "by hand" which meta question is featured in the community bulltin?
I am wondering about this because currently, the meta post dedicated to reevaluate the book policy is featured in the Community Bulltin, whereas the meta post requesting to burnicate the popular-science tag does not appear in the Community Bulltin on the main page.
The date of posting of both of these two quite recent meta questions differes only by a few hours, and both of them are very important for the community and concern important political issues of Physics SE.
I think all meta question looking for community input to find consensus about important site political issues should be featured in the Community Bulltin, such that the people who are mostly active on the main page and dont click meta too often, have a better chance to take note of them too.
So, if the featuring of meta questions in the Community Bulltin can be done "by hand" by an appropriate site moderator action, can the burnicate request of the popular science tag be featured there too? I request featuring this meta question too there.
The burnicate request is very important for everybody too and has a huge impact on how people will be able to use the site in the future, and it has the potential to annihilate the by the community appreciated level proposel. It is much more important and has a higher impact on the community than for example the currently featured regulating user names or the miner edit post.