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Put simply, I ask far more questions than I answer.
Not for any lack of motivation or interest, I put a good deal of effort into questions and answers making sure they are well explained and that I've done my own research beforehand; it's just that typically by the time I've come up with a solution the question has already been answered.
On top of that, frankly the people answering have far more specialized knowledge in their respective sections, and so I feel like my answers would only be muddying the page up.
I do -look- for questions that have been left alone, or that could use help and provide a fair answer, but for the most part I use the site to get practiced opinions as to the best methodology to accomplish a given task.
Even with my questions it's not so much that I couldn't -find- the answer, but that I want a persons opinion on how to implement it, and not a reference page with an agnostic list of functions.
Just curious if it's considered bad form to have a much higher Q-2-A ratio.