I'm new to both this site and to real-life code reviews, but I've got heaps of experience with other SE sites. In a similar line to How should I interpret upvotes when I get no other responses?, I'm interested in what voting behaviour "means" on this site.
I asked a question which seems to have received a decent amount of traffic. There's one answer, and currently I appear to have been the only person to vote on it. There are no comments or alternate answers.
Should I draw any conclusions from the fact that there seem to be a decent number of people visiting my question and voting on the question, but not voting on the answer? My gut instinct is to interpret it as a sign that the points made in the review are legitimate and certainly not wrong (no downvotes or comments), and that there's nothing burningly obvious they've missed (no alternate answers or 'consider X' comments), but they're more like low-priority 'nice to have' suggestions or reasonable preferences than burning insights that I should act on immediately (no upvotes).
I've made the simple changes suggested already (capitalisation conventions), and have added the others as low-priority items to try to work in next time I do refactoring, but not as a reason to refactor on their own.
Is that about right? Or is there a different culture of voting here?
A quick browse of meta seems to suggest that maybe people vote less here than elsewhere.