The experiment is over. Here are the stats, beautifully crafted with heavy MathJax with stats topping$^1$.
Here's my take. Nothing really changed where we worried about change. You can play with this SEDE query to compare$^2$. We didn't get an influx of stuff that didn't end up answered. We didn't get flooded with homework. We only got a little more than we used to, and that might have been because schools started in some parts of the world.
What we did get, however, was a focused meta. No complaints, no rants, no nothing. Just rigorous meta discussion.
So if you ask this member of the community, I'd say we just keep it that way. But I'm just a single, albeit talkative member here, and we didn't have the chance to solicit feedback during the experiment. So this post is meant to gather your feedback on how the experiment went on. Do you have a complaint to file? The answer part is your chance.
Should homework closure criteria remain what they were during the experiment$^3$? Let us know in the answers below.
1: Thanks Ortho!
2: Thanks rene!
3: This doesn't mean we won't be changing anything anymore. I'm starting to gather ideas for a third custom close reason. Stay tuned.