In fall 2013, we went on a mission, and bumped the site's answered% from 88% to 93%. As new questions flow in, the answered% has been remaining steady at 93% for several weeks, we're doing good (although we can never have too much answering!). The number of questions with unvoted answers has dropped dramatically since the mission launched, but it's constantly pulled up as new answers come in.
Perhaps the only major roadblock towards CR's graduation, is the number of 10K users - those that will keep access to moderator tools after the site graduates. Then the number of 3K users - those that will keep the right to cast close and reopen votes.
Stack Exchange sites are community-moderated. This means WE own this site, let's make it happen. This year.
So we need to generate reputation points. Luckily we have a bunch of voters (are you in that list?) - it turns out voting is how we generate rep score, it's what will make CR make it, or break it.
Great. I want to vote. I vote for interesting code review requests (/questions), well-presented ones also; I essentially upvote a question if I happen to stumble across and it's not asking for a close vote. Questions are easy to spot - they're listed as such on the front page.
Answers, however, are less obvious. Is there a way I can see the answering activity?