With seven of MSE's mods participating, wouldn't it be appropriate to draft a meta post with links to what is going on (the meta-meta post starting this, the statement of the participants, maybe a blog post or so written by a participant), by one of the other mods (not to take a stance, nothing long, just to share rather relevant news)?
To save people tracking stuff down, here is part the strike letter that could be useful to non-moderators:
I am not a moderator on any stack exchange site, how can I help?
Even if you are not a moderator you can participate in the strike by:
- Not voting on posts
- Not submitting edits
- Not reviewing in the review queues
- Not commenting
- Not flagging posts
DO NOT engage in vandalism. We're abstaining from moderation- not trying to be actively destructive.
DO NOT purposefully submit AI-generated answers during the strike. While we will not be removing them during the strike you may be suspended afterwards. We anticipate plenty will get posted anyway without purposefully submitting more.
DO NOT upvote spam, AI generated posts, or other low quality posts. Do not downvote good posts. That is just disrespectful, better to not vote at all.
DO NOT be rude to stack exchange employees, those who choose not to strike, or anyone else.