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#1: Initial revision by user avatar Peter Taylor‭ · 2020-12-17T13:42:05Z (almost 2 years ago)
> A factor to consider is that a community needs a decent flow of (quality) *questions* to entice people to stick around. I'm not sure how we assess that in advance.

After reading the introductory paragraph I was planning to raise this if you didn't. I think it naturally ties into the assessing of interest: don't just ask people how much they expect to participate but in what rôle, and don't launch until there are enough people with questions to ask and enough people with ability to answer.