Coming from this question about what to put on the main help center page, the suggestion is to have a (relatively short) list with important meta questions to help introduce new (and network) users to our site and our practices. This question is for determining which questions to put on, which may include writing new Q&As specifically for that purpose.
Some notes on how this should work:
One suggestion per answer. Make it clear what topic is covered and ideally how you'd see it worded on the list. If you are suggesting a new Q&A be created for the purpose, give a brief summary of what it should contain. Also give a brief reason for why it should be included.
Upvote suggestions you think should be on, downvote on those you don't, and if there's unaired aspect point it out in the comments, but as there will be multiple answers I suggest we keep discussion lengths to a minimum.
We'll not give a hard score requirement for which questions are included or not, but will use our judgement. The same goes for ordering, but we'll likely want them order by importance as indicated by votes. (Basically, if there's something that just makes more sense to put earlier, or later we'll do that).
If there are multiple suggestions on the same topic we'll default to the highest voted one, or combine the suggestions if appropriate.
The last item will be to our FAQ index, so no need to include that as a suggestion
On future process
There's no current plan for a continuous process once this is completed, so once this has been acted upon, further refinements should be done using a separate feature-request. If it's sufficiently minor (say I make a spelling error somewhere), just point it out to me or another mod somewhere.
The suggestions which got sufficient support have now been added to the help center as their new Q&As. If you have new suggestions (or think one of the below should get more attention), please post it as new feature request as described above.