Well, most of you already know this, we're back on HNQ. Yay!
I'm not good in writing SQL queries so I'm unfortunately not able to provide stats to support my claim but since we returned, I observed a significant number of comments not matching our standards, answers that aren't backed up or questions that are either blatantly off-topic or need severe refactoring.
We have plenty of resources to explain what this site is about and how to create good content. As a matter of fact, I have the impression that not so many people take the tour or read the FAQ. Maybe there's too much information to take into account before actually starting to contribute?
I hope (and believe) that this will change once the back-to-HNQ fades a bit, and that we would by then have enough people to lead by example in most cases and incite the newcomers to follow their lead. This assumption relies on the hypothesis that the people that come to IPS after HNQ returned will stick around though, and this we can't know for sure. Again, data on how many Q&As people post on average on the site would be interesting to know.
To help people quickly understand how this site works, do you think it could be a good idea to write a short meta post with the site's main guidelines and feature it on the main page?
PS: this sum-up post would be based on the numerous resources that already exist, the goal is not to discuss or re(de)fine them. Think of it as a entrypoint to these documents and a resume of the most important things to remember about the site.