In the initial email we received when launching the private beta, this Q&A was included:
Q: What else? A: Remember, you get the site you build! Ask difficult, specific questions — the kind of questions pros and experts ask each other, not the kind of questions novices ask pros, because a site full of pros and experts will attract everybody, but a site full of novices rapidly becomes boring. No easy questions, no survey questions, no polls, no intro-level/basic questions, no unanswerable hypothetical questions.
Wasn't part of the idea of creating a stack exchange instead of(or as an extra to) the CiviCRM forum, to make it easier for users to come forward with their questions? This particularly quote isn't exactly promoting that. What should be the level that is exciting enough for the programmers, but easy enough for users to actually bother to interact on CiviCRM Stack Exchange?