The invitation E-Mail included the following text:
The first questions set the tone for the site. If you ask high quality, expert-level questions, you'll build a site that attracts the experts and pros who will make it really successful. But if you ask beginner questions, survey questions, or social-conversation questions, experts and pros will not be interested.
We don't have many questions yet - we're just one day in yet - but it seems like we're falling into the "beginner question trap". To me the exchange kinda feels like the Joomla forum with many beginner questions, chatty questions and short answers.
I'll admit I'm employing a bit of a double standard here, having not asked a single question myself. (I've just not been working enough with Joomla lately) I think it would be helpful to see more questions like this one Method for creating a subquery using JDatabase (however this one might work better if it was posted as question + answer) instead of questions covered dozens of times in blog posts.
So in essence, please post about the most difficult think you've encountered at work today. Already solved the problem? Great, add the answer too!