The last time we heard from a Stack Exchange community manager was in March of 2014, when Grace Note came to talk to us about the progress we've made as a site. That was back when code-trolling was a thing, and the community's response to the news wasn't particularly positive given how code trolling had affected the site's overall quality.
Now here we are, almost 2 years after Grace Note gave us that update. code-trolling is off topic, dead, and buried. Our site stats, regardless of how much they actually matter, are excellent (as FlagAsSpam so nicely laid out for us here), save for the average number of questions we get per day. Our rate falls short of the expected 10, but sites have graduated with less.
Whether or not we expect or even want to graduate, it would be nice to have some feedback from the folks at Stack Exchange on our progress and their take on us as part of the greater SE ecosystem.
So hey, SE, how are we doing? Notice us, senpai.
Update: Here we are, over a month later, and we've been averaging over 10 questions per day for a while now! As of this writing, we're at 10.8 Q/day.
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