On this forum, I have seen posts of 3 types:
1. (50%) "How do I do this" - someone is asking how to do or achieve something, turn a certain feature off, etc. Many of these posts arise because of the unorganized state of the documentation. (For example if you search for something on Google you often get a documentation page for SublimeText v1 which does not indicate that it is from an older version). Also the documentation pages do not have any kind of tree-like navigation on them so if you find one documentation page from Google you are lost as to how to find or get a sense of the rest of the documentation.
2. (40%) Feature Requests - a person has read the documentation and understood the basics of configuring Sublime. They have tried and feel that what they want cannot be achieved with the existing feature set / plugin API. They write about what they have already tried and ask the developer to add something more in a future build (for example a new API method). Half of these get replied to with a solution that it is indeed possible to achieve with existing plugin API - a moderator should then immediately close these. The other half of these are genuine Feature Requests that are unsolvable via the current plugin API that should remain open for the developer to look at.
3. (10%) Bug Reports - a genuine inconsistency bug of something that is wrong in Sublime.
Type 1 - the forum should be used for these questions
Type 2 and 3 - I believe should be handled by the system suggested here, since Userecho interface is inadequate and something like Trac interface would be much more suited to handle.