So this is going to date me on gaming.se a little but, I remember having a similar problem in the past.
At the time we decided that, while individually the questions were appropriate, seeding them all at once was not.
One of the characteristics of a good question is that it actually helps someone. The problem with this kind of seeding is that, while it one day might help someone, having a run of questions all at once implies that that someone isn't really being helped right now.
There is something to be said for collecting that information so the next person that comes along won't have to look for it, but there is no way of knowing that the answers elsewhere wouldn't have also solved that problem (maybe even to another of the seed questions, as is the case here).
Now I'm not saying don't ask question to problems you don't have. I have no issue with that. But if you are going to ask a series of related questions, at least wait until some of them have been answered before posting the rest. There is a good chance that parts of the question will over lap.
When McKay asked for Zerg Strategies, he waited until there was a solid answer before moving on to Protoss Strategies. Even though these topics feel disjoint, it was still worth it for him to wait till he had an answer just to be sure.