Electronics.stackexchange.com is for questions about the subject, electronics and robots.
Meta.electronics.stackexchange.com is for questions about the operation of the site itself. Meta was created out of the philosophy of "We don't talk about the site on the site."
Since your question isn't about electronics, but rather asking about the community itself, members voted to move it to meta. Given the chose of one over the other, they made the correct choice.
But, in actuality, it isn't a great question for either site. Marginally, maybe (if you twisted my arm), you could argue there is a small value to building a small sample/profile of the expertise level of members on the site. But, mostly, this is a Getting To Know You (GTKY) question which is generally discouraged.
You can read more about the subject here (particularly in the "guidelines" at the bottom):
Good Subjective, Bad Subjective
- Great subjective questions are more than just mindless social fun. The best subjective questions avoid the social pitfalls of “Getting To Know You” (GTKY) and mindless entertainment. Sometimes people just want to poll a community for ideas that might help solve a problem (best book, best approach). These can be okay when there is actual knowledge in the collection of answers. What isn’t okay are the social bonding questions which are designed just to impress others, such as “What is the coolest/stupidest/weirdest/funniest thing you saw/did/tasted today?”, or questions where the site’s actual topic is tacked on as a token afterthought, such as “Favorite food for programmers.” If you removed the “for programmers” part of this question, is it really unique to our profession? Could an average member of our community reasonably be expected to learn something that makes them better at their job from this question? If not, then it’s a bad subjective question.