We are now on the second day of the private beta, and the rate of new questions seems to have dropped off a lot since yesterday. I, for one, feel that I have asked most of what I wonder at the moment. In order to ensure that the site is well populated with questions before it goes to public beta, should we perhaps start asking questions that are not directly relevant to ourselves at the moment?
For instance, I could ask about things I would wonder about if I were building a garage, even though I am not building a garage and don't plan to anytime soon. Or someone could look at other websites in order to get ideas for plausible questions.
What do you think—is this a good idea, or is it better to stick to “real” questions so that they don't sound fake and so that we can know that we're actually helping someone when we answer a question? Are there relevant experiences from any of the sister sites?