It's been almost 3 months since the meta post, Which trivia questions are on-topic and which are off-topic? (+15/0 votes) was posted. It currently has two answers (+19/-1 and +11/-1 votes) stating that the trivia questions rule should be removed, indicating community consensus on site policy.
Before that meta post, there were already two other meta posts suggesting a similar sentiment: Can we please redefine "trivia"? (2015) (Question votes: +31/0; Answer votes: +19/-4) and The term "trivia" is just lazy. Can't we do better? (2019) (Question votes: +14/-2).
I've seen several "trivia" close votes since Which trivia questions are on-topic and which are off-topic? was posted and I believe some questions were closed as trivia, despite community consensus that the trivia questions rule should be removed. Since the community consensus has been established, this post serves as a request to the mods that the policy change now be implemented. Please update the site's close reasons, site tour, and help center to remove references to the trivia rule and reflect the community consensus that trivia questions are no longer off-topic.
Also, these two meta posts (one of which is a faq-tagged question) that are currently linked to in the trivia close vote reason should be closed and made a duplicate of Which trivia questions are on-topic and which are off-topic? to reflect the current community consensus on the topic: