As you all may have noticed, I am 'seeding' the site with a bunch of questions. If anyone thinks it inappropriate, please let me know.
I wrote blog post addressing the issues of seeding and asking the first questions on a new site:
Actually, I'll add a separate point - I just noticed all your questions are community wiki instead. I think this is totally the wrong use of CW. In my view, CW should be generally "smaller", made up of high value FAQs and lists. Spitting out random questions and just marking them CW is bad - I assume it's to not be rep-whoring, which is good, but in that case probably not posting them is better. Our CW is already by this point a big mix of unrelated junk that at first view doesn't look different from the main site!!!
More followup in the "what should we use CW for" question but I thought I'd note it here.
Maybe for this beta, maybe, but I think we shouldn't seed too much. Questions should be honest questions. I know I personally don't feel like answering un-genuine questions, because I have other priorities than snapping up rep. And part of the point is to see what happens organically, what questions are really FAQs and not just someone thinking they're being clever.
I'd vote "only ask legit questions."
And on the 4e thing - yeah, I don't want to see this get too 4e-ey either, and I'll note that some of your questions like "Int vs Wis" would be better scoped to all D&D or even wider than just 4.0 - if I had a way to "ignore all posts tagged dd4.0" I'd be planning to enable it soon, as there's a lot of stuff on it and I don't play it.