As I already said elsewhere, I think we should definitely try to market the site to a broader audience. I suspect a number of people think that this site is just for "experts".
(In fact, I originally thought that I'd never be able to answer any questions here because I'm younger than these technologies, and have never used many of them.)
It's not just for experts because you don't need firsthand experience with retro computers to answer questions here. Most of the time, an answer can be formulated purely out of digging through pages of Google. (That's what I've been doing at least, and it's been working so far.)
Personally, I will try to ask more questions, maybe about programming. At this point in time, we shouldn't be worried about asking anything "too easy" as long as it's an on-topic, non-duplicate question. It also seems like "flooding the site" isn't a necessarily a bad thing either (again, as long as they're quality questions), since we could use more questions. I may end up self-answering some, too.
As for answers, most questions have a great answer, but I doubt that any are perfect and all-encompassing. Even if current answers are pretty complete, there is merit to adding another answer that covers different details. It just makes the knowledge on that page a little more complete.