How about we do a mini-evauluation like we did in March? I've been wandering /review and thought it be a good idea if we looked at average quality, so I'm cloning the March post.
On a side note, if you haven't used the new review tools, check out the new /review now!
One of the most important aspects of being a Stack Exchange site is quality. Yes, there are lots of metrics that one can use to "measure" a site, but we don't really care about those as much as we care about a site providing expert answers to good questions. To that end, we're introducing a self-evaluation to our sites!
This process is currently still in the midst of being put together, but you all are going to be a lucky early-adopter! Here's a rough guide:
Below, you'll find ten questions randomly selected from your site. For each question, search the internet for the question as if you were the asker! If our answer is good (complete, well-written, answers the question, found in search results, etc) then vote it up! If our answer is bad (incomplete, poorly-written, off-topic, unfindable, etc) then vote it down!
Comment with anything you feel is worth noting, or to explain your voting choice. We have a rough guide to better/par/worse right here. If your result is par, make a choice to vote up or down based on your instincts!
Ultimately, remember that our goal is to make the internet a better place. If you find yourself torn between the options, or if you can't decide, ask yourself: does this question and/or answer make the internet better? That should help you decide.
This eval will close on September 7th or something...