Computational Science Stack Exchange has been live for almost three months now. We've had encouraging feedback from Stack Exchange staff, and the quality of both questions and answers has been excellent for the most part.
I'd like to thank mbq for shepherding the site through the Area 51 proposal process, my co-moderators Aron Ahmadia and David Ketcheson for their thoughtful input (David especially for being such a strong advocate of the site and the community), the active users on this site for their participation, users of this site who are moderators on other sites for their guidance and support on moderating issues, and users of this site who are active on other Stack Exchange sites for their guidance on how to grow as a site, as well as for being ambassadors for Computational Science on sites like Stack Overflow.
That all said, it's time to reflect on what we've done so far. What do you think we've done well? What do you think we can do better?