This question has almost certainly been asked. Since I couldn't find it, I'll ask it and maybe be rewarded with a link to a prior question.
Would it be possible and/or desirable to lessen reputation-point awards for questions that border on "meta" or appear nearly devoid of mathematical content? "What's your favorite integration technique?" It's not that the questions are uninteresting, but the reputation generated does not reflect the math content of the question.
Granted such distinctions are subjective, but there is a big difference between the reputation of someone who asked one very popular soft question and someone who has consistently asked or responded to non-meta material.
To be clear, I do not think questions/answers designed to enhance intuition fall into this category. It is one of the strengths of this site that one can ask people with profound intuition for analogies or impressions.
This is also a test to see if I can now post on Meta, which in the past I have been unable to do for reasons beyond my ken.