I was curious about the community's opinions on the areas of knowledge where we are currently lacking. It seems to me that many questions are getting decent answers, and there are certain topics where questions are very likely to be answered well, given the current userbase. But there are other cases where good questions will go unanswered, or get a low-quality answer (I'm guilty of this too). So I wanted to get a sense of where our current blind spots are.
This question is about "known unknowns", the things we know we don't know. There are also "unknown unknowns", the things we don't know we don't know, because nobody's asking them in enough volume for us to diagnose a problem. I want to focus for now on the answers, and perhaps consider the scope of questions separately. Also, an obvious next step is "what do we do about it?", and that's a difficult one. At least, I think we should be aware of our known unknowns, so that we can be especially vigilant for quality when these topics come up. Ultimately, we want to attract people who can answer such questions.
I hope this will be taken in the intended spirit, which is not about shaming anyone but identifying areas for growth, given the questions that are currently being asked.