This is kind of tied to the general discussion of the expert level, or otherwise of questions, including this one.
My subjective observation of the question level, like others, has been that is is quite low. This, as others have said, is going to be a problem for us, as lots of simple and naive questions will tend to drive away the real experts. Looking for confirmation of this I went and checked what the top twenty reputation contributors to this site said about their Christian qualifications. Of those, only one mentioned any Christian credentials - a one-year Certificate in Christian Ministry. I realize that the bios appear across all the sites, and not everyone may want to talk about their Christian qualifications to be visible to all, especially since their programming colleagues might be watching (did I mention that every single person who provided a bio described their programming qualifications?).
Where are the people with three-year theology degrees? Where are the teaching pastors? Where are the Bible College professors? Where is Christianity's Jon Skeet? Or are we a bunch of computer programmers all pretending we know something about Christianity?
OK, since I'm supposed to be asking a non-rhetorical question here, let's do that. What kind of person do we consider an expert? What qualifications? And how do we attract them?
(I'm sure somebody is going to say "every Christian is an expert" and quote Martin Luther at me, but it doesn't hold up, and the quote wasn't intended like that. We know that there are good and bad answers - we vote them up and down - so that means some are more expert than others.)