It boils down to two questions for me: Does anyone get cited for "stop as yield" rolling through stops, and do more than a small minority of cyclists come to complete stops at all stop signs?
There is no doubt in my mind that I'd be every bit as safe slowing, checking for traffic and only stopping as necessary on a bike. That's not anything unique, because I've seen 4-way stops with lines of cars in all directions, no one ever stopping and yet it goes like clockwork. There would be frequent accidents if drivers couldn't handle it, but there aren't. So it's mainly about enforcement and expectations. If something is rarely if ever enforced then the literal law doesn't hold much authority. Secondly, if very few cyclists do complete stops at signs then rolling through is generally expected, so stopping every time would feel kind of dense and pointless (other than making a point). If the situation is more grey - half do and half don't, and typically cited when LEO is in the mood - then that's a different story.
So what's your take on the two questions?