What is the added value - still unclear
Hello, I come from EE.SE. I just would like to help you to build this site. And I have some observations:
First of all, it is still unclear what is the added value of this site with respect to the well known EE.SE. I see almost exactly the same pattern of question/answer/score/meta and construction (except that EE.SE is more pretty and works well). I think I've understood this site will be more rude concerning the quality of the questions. But you could do exactly the same with an "electronic overflow" site, in the same way there is "math SE" for non professional and "math overflow" for professional mathematicians. So, my opinion is that you have to find the true added value of this site. This may be, after all, a very clever organization in categories, in addition to the quality of the questions.
I suggest also to think out of the box, what EE.SE is unable to do. Olin has already had the excellent idea of a "paper" category. In a different direction, I suggest the consideration of a new type of questions that I have called "technology/component inquiry". Essentially, this only demand the creation of a tag, not a new category. I've posted my complete view on the subject at meta EE.SE. This can be read here. I'm not sure I will post a lot of questions here (I'm not a professional), but I wish you good luck.
EDIT: Oh I forgot an important thing. The famous physics forum has an organization into levels (undergraduate, graduate etc). You may dislike that, but I can tell you that this works very well, and simplifies enormously the management of the site by the moderators. Think about that (e.g. at least 2 levels: "non-professional level", "professional level"). This does not contradict the question quality requirement.