My own fealing is one of unease, to be honest.
I committed because I'm a native French speaker and thought that would somehow make me an expert on French. In a week time, I discovered that I was extremely naïve to think so, to the point of actual stupidity. I am, of course, not much more knowledgeable of French than my neighbour... well, actually, I am, but that's because my neighbours are... anyway, I digress.
What worries me then is that I still managed to get a comfortable reputation in a week time. Does that mean the level of the site as of now is, indeed, not so high?
And then... should it be? What are we aiming for? As far as I understand, SE sites aim for as much expertise as possible, striving to get a plethora of very good questions and very good answers, in order to become a reference.
I think FLETU will ultimately need to address the needs of "regular" French speakers, and that's especially true if we include those learning French, who will rather understand the difference between "y" and "en" than know what twisted relation Joachim du Bellay had with favorite river.
But on the other hand, I now realize a lot of these mundane questions are already answered on the Internet somewhere (I wanted to ask if one should rather say je n'ai pas de référence or je n'ai pas de références but gave up at the sight of the list of google results on the subject.)
So there. Not only am I uneasy, but I'm not even sure I can pinpoint correctly why. But hey, you asked.
Anyway, I'm curious to see what the site will become, but I'm really not sure what my part of it will ultimately be. I'll probably fade out in the background when we reach a critical mass.