How long does the site need to keep an average of four questions/day? Do I have that number right? before moving out of Beta?
Can those who are more active commit to 4 questions/week on the main site each plus those posed by new-comers until then?
I can see where you're going with this.
First, I don't exactly know the time period that is used to calculate the moving average on the beta dashboard, http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/4861/parenting
But let's say it's 14 days. If that's true, your plan would suggest that we provide 15 new questions per day for 14 days. That's 210 questions.
Now add several days more that are needed to keep the goal "reached" and trigger (and process) the out-of-beta transition. Maybe another ten days, or 150 questions.
We're already looking at a stunning number of new questions. Some of these will probably be duplicates, or closed for various reasons, so expect to provide 10% more than planned. (Are you still adding the numbers?)
This is a monumental task that cannot be orchestrated by us on purpose. If you can pull that off, you should write a book. (Seriously!) No, it has to come naturally, with a natural growth in users and usage.
Besides, imagine that we pulled it off. After a month of hard work, the average is likely to fall again, maybe to double its original level but still far short of the intended threshold. Where does that leave us? Would we stand exposed to our own coup? That is not true to the intention of this site.