Yes, this is a discussion about question on meta :)
We have a lot of discussion questions, but it's not always clear whether the discussion has congealed into an actual policy, or if people just got tired arguing their positions. These discussions tend to live on in limbo, and I guess as a moderator, I'd like to know what the resolution of the issue is without having to wade through long discussions.
Over on meta.SO, there's an interesting and somewhat alarming policy in place in which questions votes are used to express agreement or disagreement, rather than opinions about the well-formedness of the question. Since meta votes don't count except for badges, I was thinking that we could adopt this convention here, and so if you want to express your disagreement with the question, just downvote it.
It's a little disconcerting because on the main site we're used to interpreting negative scores for a question as a major slam on the question, whereas here it would just imply disagreement. But it would provide a quick 'view of community' on individual questions.