I'm not quite sure how knowing will add to drama, in all honesty.
It was bit of a joke up there in this thread mentioning on drama but I don't see much of a difference in knowing who has commented on poems and who has liked. I follow 60 people, and sometimes I comment, sometimes I don't, sometimes I RL sometimes I don't.
Same with like or completely opting out from all mentioned when I'm absent from the site for some days or weeks and I return, I feel I'm out of the loop.
Mystery factor I can accept mentioned by _BoyBrains.
I don't know how much plainer I can get aside from saying that many members might
feel obligated to "Like" a poem if it was public whether they actually did or not because they would be afraid of reprisal if they didn't "Like" it. I think anonymous keeps it more honest. But that's just me citing what I feel might
happen or how it could potentially
start drama. I don't know that for a fact ( which I've stated ), but there is a potential for it, e.g. - peer pressure and all that stuff.
Look, it doesn't matter to me one way or another. I am not one who would feel pressured into "Liking" anything because the poet would be able to see whether or not I had/n't. I feel I pretty much know who does and doesn't as much as I know who has and has not commented on any of my posts.
I just love that people are participating in the polls!