I had intended to write something up a week after the mod election, but then life happened. That's how life goes, but...
For those of us actively following the seasons, we could author questions that ask about plot holes with the series. Many of these can't just be figured out by watching the show (namely, a few of them in Alice and Zoroku), so I feel like questions like this would be beneficial.
However...I find myself largely agreeing with Hakase's point. Artificially inflating the questions asked count isn't going to accomplish anything. However, if we ask meaningful and impactful questions about current series (or even a few classics), then it wouldn't be artificial.
I want to stress, in an Anime/Manga ecosystem where most sites allow discussion, opinion, and conjecture on the front pages, we come across as very weird in that we only want verifiable facts or educated guesses at all, and there's no room for chit-chat. We're not going to attract the vast majority of casual participants here just by existing; we may have to look at what it took for other sites to sustain a following, like Movies and TV.
I still get the impression that we're looking for what suits our style best. We're a Q&A site that wants good questions and great answers. It'd be valuable to add more great answers (analogous to Aki Tanaka's proposal), but I think to get the ball rolling, we need to ask good questions, too.