Behind the scenes there appears to be a great hierarchy of highly educated individuals. To enter this secret club you require great scores of reputation. Once entered you are coveted by other members and you well and truly are now 'one' of the chosen few.
Along with the great privileges comes the notoriety. There are high fives and secret handshakes, multiple thumbs up between buddies, pats on the back.
It appears the mere mortals seeking out valuable information must bow down in front of the almighty chosen few.
My question or request is if there is a better way to integrate the mere mortals with the chosen few. Many people with low reputation may have a great deal more knowledge and insight. It seems some early beta users may have answered some rather elementary questions which has propelled them through the ranks. The more intelligent are left to deal with the inate, poignant and moving bare bone questions that get to the real heart of what a programmer would expect.