When putting answer here, often you get responses, sometimes not or only after a longer time frame. In general there is a lot less traffic on meta than on the main site, and responses can be slow in trickling in and being voted upon.
At what point, are the answers considered to be final, or at least unequivocal enough that you can move to action?
It likely cannot be the querant accepting one answer they like. The idea as I understand is that the answers collect the feedback of the community on what should by consensus happen
Does there need to be a tag assigned by a moderator that classifies a question as resolved?
Is it sufficient if there is a single answer with any number of upvotes?
How long after an answer is available and most upvoted would it be recommended to wait before accepting it or acting on it, in case no moderater desision is required? The main site apparently has a policy to wait at least for a day, after the answer has posted. What is it here with lower traffic - a week?
What does it mean if nobody replies? Do people not care, and you can just do what you want? How long do you have to wait for replies?
I apologize if there is a FAQ for this, I was not able to find it. If there is a close/pointer answer would be perfectly fine.