I appreciate that a product as new as the RPi is difficult to be an expert in, however it seems like a lot of the questions get answered by a very small number of users. I guess this is because a lot of users and new, and just getting up and running.
The are problems with this though:
One of the things about SE sites is the ability to compare answers and up/down vote them according to your own knowledge/how useful the answer was.
With only a small number of answers for each question (according to Area 51 the average is just 1.7 answers per question), this is missing to a degree at the moment.
It can distort the information on the site around the knowledge/habits/practices of those few users, and won't help get a diverse spread of experience, or alternative solutions to problems.
It also means that if the few folks that can answer aren't around, then things will stand still a bit (it is holiday season coming up afterall).
So the question is, what can be done to entice more likely experts into the site to start contributing their knowledge? Do we just need to wait for likely electronics/linux experts to get RPis of their own and come looking?