While I am happy to see this site taking off so quickly, I have concern about the quality of the answers, and feel that we, as a community, need to try to establish quality guidelines early on to promote substance over quantity.
Whichever the motives may be (genuine desire to help, or drive to pad reputation) I see many a time people leaving either rudimentary answers (often duplicating each other with minor differences, instead of trying to improve an answer), or, in case of more technical, linguistic issues, leave answers that are unsubstantiated with references.
The latter is especially troubling to me. I am a total amateur in linguistics, but, trained in academia, I know to evaluate the sources regardless of the field of study. And quite a bit of answers in here are either argumentative or opinionated, or, mayhaps, make wrong assumptions about audience (something may be a common knowledge betwixt the trained linguists, but the rest of us (the majority) might require clarification, or a reference or two).
Thus, I want to encourage people to source their statements (especially, when debate ensues), and do not abandon the answers once posted. Come back, improve continually, source later when have time. This way together we can build a valuable resource for all, not just another bickering forum of baseless opinion.