I've been a Stack Exchange user for about seven years, mostly on Unix & Linux. I noticed recently that I have a slight impression that it's pointless to ask about my Apple problems on this site, so I looked at the numbers:
I've asked 101 questions on Unix & Linux (and written 569 answers). Out of those 101 questions, exactly 4 of them got no answers, and all four had multiple helpful comments. One of those four was closed as a duplicate, which means I really did get an answer anyway.
On Ask Different, I've asked 23 questions (and written 22 answers). Out of those 23 questions, 7 got no answers. That's about a third. Also, at least a couple of the questions were self-answered with no other comments or answers.
Is this just me? Is it something I'm doing wrong with how I'm asking questions? Is there any sort of general "ghost town" feeling for anyone else? Or am I maybe just running up against corners of Mac OS that other people tend not to care about?
There's another factor of speed of response that may be relevant. Unix & Linux feels very immediate, like pretty invariably getting a response in 24 hours or less. But I don't know, maybe it's just me. I thought I'd see what other people think here.