Before you can ask your first question in private beta you get a note what to do and what to neglect. Amongst other things it says:
Avoid “easy” questions
It’s tempting to start with easy, superficial questions: surveys, polls, and rudimentary questions like “what are some good books on this topic” or “what are the best blogs on this topic.” Those are not good questions for the private beta – they don’t reflect the actual content that we want this site to contain, and are not representative of it.
I don't know Russian yet. Just a couple of sentences that a friend told me. But I am eager to learn the language a bit, in order to survive if I travel to Russia ;)
Thus I signed up to that page, but if I've nothing in hand to work with it's actually hard to get started both learning the language and supporting this page by asking good questions.
So, actually I'm looking for tutorials about Russian language containing video and/or audio examples to learn the pronunciation and I don't know why that shouldn't be a question in private beta. I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only one who signed up for getting started. Thus, is such a question - disregarded of the hint above - an acceptable question for the main page? What are alternatives? Asking on meta? Waiting until private beta ends?