If you really want to help build the professional stature of the site you may be interested in reading this short answer by Robert.
We currently have a high number of theoretical questions, this isn't a bad thing, those questions are on topic, and we will continue to welcome them with open arms
But we could benefit hugely by getting more practical questions too! These types of questions arise when you grab your telescope, venture out to a hill and actually experience some issues or actually stumble across a problem you need solving. How do you maintain your telescope? How can you keep it flat on a rough surface? How can you account for problem X Y Z....
There are literally thousands of these types of questions out there and we are ready and eager to tap into them!
If you really want to help and are bothered by your own volume of theoretical questions, then please realise you are more than welcome to start throwing practical questions in the mix too! After all, that is one of our main target audiences!
So in conclusion, no, I wouldn't worry about your previous questions, you haven't single-handedly ruined the site, quite the opposite, you have provided a large amount of on-topic initial questions to get us started, I can tell you are ready and eager to help the site succeed and the best way we can achieve that is to lead by example! The best way we can do that is to have a higher percentage of practical questions and answers.
Hope this helps!