Stack Overflow does make it easy for new users, but not so much. I'm new here and, as such, I spent some time reading before doing anything. And then I go out to try it.
After spending some time on Super User, I went to Meta, as recommended, to ask a question about the interface (I didn't know about doctype yet). I've elaborated on the whole question, putting links and all, only to get marked as a "spammer" by an unjustified prevention mechanism.
I say unjustified because I had already proven, by its own concept, on the other associated site, that I'm not a spammer by earning the freaking reputation (bad naming, by the way - everyone wants to have "reputation" in real life, but this should not be the case here. I believe).
So, big frustration, after already having a bad first impression. It's the reason I did all this in the first place.
Maybe it's just me, and I'm sorry for bringing all this text here. Not that anyone will read this. But maybe this system could be improved for new users.
That's all. Or so it was until I got a new deception:
New users can only post questions every 20 minutes; try again later.
C'mon people! There must be better ways to fight bots and spammers! This interface is so innovative and yet this kind of thing seem so stupid!
This is how I currently feel about this whole Stack Overflow system.