My Spanish is somewhat rusty and unpracticed. Whilst I am confident in my reading and listening ability, I would not consider myself competent to string too many error-free sentences together.
As a result, I'm currently hesitant in trying to answer questions here, even if I think I know the answer:
Whilst the reader might understand what I'm getting at, my level of spoken/written Spanish is rusty enough that I'm bound to make plenty of mistakes.
There are plenty of fluent Spanish speakers here who can likely provide error-free answers.
On the other hand, I have no doubt that I'll have plenty of questions to ask.
So, my question is, how acceptable is it to largely be a question-asker rather than a question-answerer? Is my question/answer ratio something I need to be worrying about?
My experience on StackOverflow has been that the community tends to frown on "question pump" users. (Fortunately, my coding skills are a little more polished than my Spanish.)