I think everyone agrees that it is great to have a lot of technology Q&A. In this way, anyone can quickly understand how to use a technology. The Stack Exchange engine is a quite complicated tool as well. Understanding how the site works is difficult. In addition, there are many subtleties of the system, which have no analogues, which means that if you do not accidentally see a button somewhere, then you could miss some of the site’s interesting features.
Although all international sites already have FAQ sections, I would like to emphasise their importance once again and ask you to help your community with creating new ones.
FAQs on Meta Stack Exchange
MSE has a great community knowledge base about the system. I think, most of these questions will be of use to each international site. I picked up a list of FAQs (in an answer), which we translated into the Russian language. These FAQs reveal the most important aspects of the site. Please translate them for your community if they seem interesting to you.
Your personal notes
Often new users not only have questions about the technical side of the system; for them, FAQs about an unique social contract of a particular community are extremely important. If you see that over and over that new users are facing the same non-technical problem, please describe it in a FAQ-like question on your meta.
Let's help your colleagues understand how Stack Overflow in your language works with FAQs.