In my opinion, Craft 3 questions do not yet belong on Stack Exchange.
The current status of Craft 3 is "developer preview"... this is not beta. In it's current state, anything is capable of changing, and a relatively high volume of bugs are still waiting to be discovered. It seems that clouding Stack Exchange with Craft 3 questions at this point would actually be detrimental to the overall quality of information to be found here.
Just my 2 cents, curious to hear the opinions of others.
UPDATE (May 1, 2017) - RE: Simon's comment below
Even at this point, I think I'd stick with my original answer. Craft 3 will be in beta for another 4-6 months or more, so I certainly wouldn't call it "ready for prime time". The best (and most active) place to ask for help seems to be the #craft3 channel on Slack.
Why do I recommend Slack instead? Since Craft 3 is still actively evolving, it's very possible for questions to morph into feature requests and bug reports. Saying "how do I do this" on Slack may lead to P&T saying "let me tweak Craft to make that possible/easier". That kind of conversation is obviously a much better fit for Slack than SE.
Lastly, it's worth noting that P&T are still discouraging people from using Craft 3 on a production site. If it's not ready for the general public, it's probably not ready to start discussing here.