Given that most people that have chosen to commit are not experts, how is it reasonable to ask for the following?:
I commit to participate actively in XYZ for at least three months, especially during the private beta, and to ask or answer at least ten questions.
I have not given a singe answer as this is something I'm not able to do due to the lack of knowledge. At least it would be irresponsible for me to do so.
I asked a couple of questions, but those are obviously not the most desired as I have too less knowledge. In fact I have no experience, but that's what you Stack Exchange is looking for.
If you tell people to ask or answer at least ten questions, isn't it to be expected to have questions and maybe even answers that don't meet the requirements for having an expert site?
How are people, like me, supposed to follow the instructions told on the commitment page?
Not picking on words, but what does participate actively actually mean? Would be voting on questions and answers be active or passive?
Voting on interesting questions is most likely to be possible for anyone (though the questions might be off-topic anyway), to some degree for answers, but without being an expert it is rather difficult to know or check if the answers given are actually correct.