This is a follow up to this post:
"The longer, more detailed, more effort that is required to read through the question (or the answer), the more edits you're making, the higher the odds that people will scan the question and just give up in advance."
and according to @David Roberts:
"A wall of text and technical details does not attract most people. An extremely focussed question is your best bet, not offering a bounty."
Here is what I tried, inorder to get a response:
I made the first post short and to the point (i.e. the purpose was to measure the uniformity of subsets of $[0,1]^2$ w.r.t a dimension of the Hausdorff measure). Furthermore; while the second post was somewhat long, it was clear what I wanted (i.e. to find an extension of the expected value that is postive and finite). Infact, I'm sure there are math overflow posts that are longer.
Despite this, I have not gotten any responses. (Infact, I have gotten downvotes.)
What can be done to either post to attract responses?