Your community is here. It is not expected that you live on Meta Stack Overflow. Bug reports are absolutely valid here. We do actively monitor the child metas. Posting on MSO will obviously result in a post being seen by more people, but it'll still get seen here.
Things are a bit crazy with holiday schedules and end-of-year vacations, my apologies if something has been missed. If something is still unresolved, add a comment pointing me to a post.
Posting on a child meta is absolutely fine!
The Stack Exchange team monitors all of the child metas. The child
metas do have a smaller reach than MSO, so posting on the child meta
to get an initial gauge of support, and then if necessary, bringing
that to MSO for a wider audience is fine. But there is no reason to
turn a post away from a child meta. Not everyone is involved with
the entire network. They don't know that there is anything beyond
their meta, and they shouldn't be received poorly because of it.
Think of this community as a state. This community's meta is the state
capital. Meta Stack Overflow is the nation's capital. The state
functions, it just gets a little help from the nation's capital.
In keeping with network policy, an answer on child meta that contains
links should not just be a list of links. The post should also
summarize/explain what the links are. Information can be found in
many places, and we should not be forcing users to go on a wild goose
chase to find information.