It has already been asked before if we can have more than five questions per site (e.g. here). I agree with the limit in general, as it ensures that there are enough contributions to the proposal, and enough diversity.
However, I think there should be an exception for the proposer of the site (and maybe for the first few contributors?). I have an idea for a site, and have written a bunch of example questions. I feel that I can't pick 5 that unambigously transport my idea. I do think that once a couple of questions have been posted and a few followers have joined, we will be able to distill the gist into a nice summary ("For people that blah..."), as it's mostly a terminology problem for me.
I have about 15 questions (and could think of more). I don't want to throw my questions away, but I don't want to put them in the mouths of friends or fellow users either - that seems awfully wrong.
So, can the proposer of a site please have, say, 15 questions? Or does anyone have a different idea?