Sorry, but I don't see why you chose to state this?
You say that as if it's a good thing.
I don't want Stack Exchange, or Facebook, or Twitter, or Reddit, or any other of the online communities that have gotten extremely large numbers of users through the use of systems involving like buttons or other forms of visible point-based reputation.
I want an online community of people who are interested in Infinity and have ideas they wish to share simply because they think they're good ideas, not because they think everyone else will click "like". I might not agree they're good ideas, but that's OK, we can use words to talk about it, or just quietly agree to disagree.
Maybe we'll still have that, like-button or no like-button. Maybe not. I just hope we don't end up with "look how many likes I got!" being a valid argument.
If you look how many likes I got on my profile you'll note that it's not receiving - aka. the thing that's more likely to happen with more people - that's caused a change I would have a reason to notice.