At least 40 questions must receive a score of 10 or more to get this site off the ground. Each user is limited to five upvotes, so please vote for some of the questions!
First up: what you posted does not seem to be a question, but rather a call for action.
Any kind of artificial voting, including refrain from voting after a question has reached 10 votes, will ultimately prove counterproductive for the proposal. People should upvote the questions they honestly feel are useful and interesting, and downvote those that aren't, regardless of their current score.
I understand that the Area 51 process sometimes is long and cumbersome, but you really do not want to proceed to the next stage if you haven't fulfilled the requirements normally. Your goal shouldn't be to get into commitment faster, but to get into commitment with a healthy set of truly interesting and helpful questions that will attract more people and encourage them to commit to the proposal. Not every question deserves to get to +10, and if you get into commitment with questions that don't truly deserve their score, people will more likely ignore it.
Note that – by quoting that – I’m not saying you shouldn’t spread your votes. I’m just saying that you should be careful not to artificially push a proposal into beta too early. I’ve seen too many proposals die due to the fact that people pushed the individual proposals into beta too early…
I think the kind of “strategical voting” you are proposing is somewhat like drinking alcohol: if you do it, remind yourself to be responsible and not to over-do it or things will tend to go wrong!