At present, the most recent activity on main is a question that has this as one of its answer:
It Is not appearing in any of the Review queues that I can see and I can’t downvote it (out of my ration for the day). I dare not flag it because the last time I flagged (here, and consequently possibly anywhere on SE):
declined - flags should only be used to make moderators aware of content that requires their intervention
It is not up to any one user to shoulder full responsibility for all ‘housekeeping’ activities, but it seems preventing some (with the appropriate rep) from being able to help is unconstructive.
Can anything be done of a constructive nature?
At the time I posted the above not only could I not vote (capped) and dared not flag but I couldn’t review (the occupied queues required votes), couldn’t suggest (capped) and dare not edit (“front page flooding”). So it seems I was blocked from all housekeeping chores (†) - and that seems a waste when so much housekeeping is still required (IMO).
† Effectively there is a cap for delete also.
I did not mention retagging specifically (since that too bumps) but I can't do much there when, if there is a system, it is not one I understand. "Tinkering around the edges" is all I dare.
Excluding moderators, there are nine (9) users with Delete votes. Six of these show hardly any site activity of any kind for months. There are well over 500 Qs tagged webapp-rec (our twelfth most popular tag). They are all off topic here (but not necessarily at Software Recommendations where there is a chance of keeping information up to date with rapid changes - we can't, when a Q is Closed). Yet users may have as few as five Delete votes each, each day and it takes a minimum of three votes for deletion. So if three users (the relatively active ones with the privilege) were casting all their Delete votes every day (I doubt they are) it would take more than three months, possibly nearer six, just to remove that one tag, had some votes not already been cast. But in three/six months there would no doubt be numerous additions with that tag - and, with so little voting here, I doubt many more users in that time able to cast Delete votes.