Answer from Benny Skogberg
A very popular, trivial question is posted (something like: "Why don't Segways have seats?"). It receives a lot of votes and answers and generates a large degree of comments and discussions. It has clearly been linked to from an external source and is bringing in lo...
@JohnGB - Yes. this chatroom could be a great resource if it was used more often. I think we have to continually prime the pump by having conversations, and asking questions that don't belong in ux.stackexchange.
@JohnGB what about the possibility of expanding the scope of the site to encourage questions about the practice of UX? i.e. how to best conduct user testing, how to analyze usability questions to determine what kind of test should be done, when things like a/b testing are appropriate, how to communicate with business users and developers about common usability issues, etc.