Inspired by another question: "Vote early, vote often" ... What's the strategy for (private) beta:
- Should we try to populate the site with as many example questions and answers?
- Should we focus on quality over quantity?
We definitely want to populate the site as much as possible, but I think we should avoid posting questions simply to provide filler. In particular, don't ask questions to which you know the answer as a sort of "example."
We also want this site to be oriented towards experts so, while in the long run we may tolerate some amateurish questions, we are focused right now on the expert community. This means that the questions and answers in the beginning must be of high quality to set a good example and build a community of experts.
So in brief, ask as many questions as possible, but only if they are good questions.