I have discovered this site only recently, and coming from a non-mathematical or computer background, but with quite a bit of interest in statistics and scientific methodology, I've come to enjoy it very much, and spend many hours trying to learn, and challenging myself. So thank you to the many of you out there that have made CV great.
In contradistinction to other more casual sites, CrossValidated requires serious work before even posting a question, resulting in a much higher standard of content. Predictably, it is often the case that a post in CrossValidated is ranked at the top when doing a browser search.
It is in this sense that it is somewhat anticlimactic, and possibly counterproductive (?), when, having come across just the right return on a Google search within the Q&A's repository of CV, it turns out that the question is unanswered with multiple moderators' comments indicating that there's already an answer to the question on a different post.
Even though it is easy enough to just follow the link to whatever the answer is, one may claim that the fact that CV encourages specificity and detail necessarily narrows some responses at the expense of generality.
So I wonder if it would be beneficial to encourage more answers on the same or closely related topics, inviting redundancy, and to some point repetition to one, cover all possible aspects of the fields of interest in CV, and two, make up for the collimated nature of the Q&A's with some overlap in the responses.