Some of the best stack exchange sites can be brutal in how they deal with low quality questions and answers.
Low quality questions are shut down.
Low quality answers are voted down
People will either politely or curtly leave comments about low quality questions
And other other Buddhist places on the internet I've been on, sometimes being nice isn't as important as looking for implicit arrogance and setting people straight. On the better sites, questions and answers are voted down because, say a programmer, doesn't really gain anything by telling someone they're stupid (or immoral!)-- vote down and move on. But (at least on other places on the internet I've been on) people act like they are racking up karma points for putting people that annoy them (put 'em their proper place, cut down those arrogant posters down to size, electronically wipe the smug smile off that better-than-you-know-it-all and really rack up the karma points for it!)
Will our Buddhist beliefs make it easier or harder to pull of a high quality stack exchange site?