Our community is growing! We started our public beta in April and we now have ~2000 questions. As the Substrate/Polkadot ecosystem grows, so will this site. It is also worth noting that we currently have 250+ stale, unanswered questions.
This is a good time to do a litmus test on how we are doing and what we could be doing better.
(And remember, when I say "we", that means you the community as well - not a sub-set of members)
I invite you all to comb through our questions and ask yourselves what could be done better? For example, should we write additional help documentation on how to ask a certain type of Substrate/Polkadot question? Can you identify categories of questions (e.g. "IDK Rust" questions, node troubleshooting questions) in which we can retrospectively analyze and come up with solutions such as a template on how to ask a "node not working" question - e.g. the author must include their OS, Polkadot version, rust version, etc.
Please share your retrospective here along with ideas on how to improve.