This more of a personal essay than a discussion, but I am happy to reply to any comments you may have.
My main personal interests are with CS myself, but I am always open for other ideas as long as I can understand them or people have the patience to explain.
Quantum Computing is interdisciplinary. The main disciplines that mingle here are experts from Physics, Computer Science and Programming (note that there may be persons in more than one discipline) For the purpose of this post, I will ignore the programmers, as it is easier to just focus on the pair of Physics and CS and those match my example.
The main thing that I think people should be aware of is that, roughly speaking
Experts from both fields think they know everything about Quantum Computing, but their thoughts can sometimes differ!
An example of this difference in thoughts which was resolved well is this: Chat with Daniel Sank.
Initially, Daniel Sank was of the opinion that my question was purely one of CS, nothing to do with Quantum Computing and that mostly using asymptotic behaviour is not a de-facto standard among algorithmics, but merely a common convention.
He did the right thing and expressed his disbelief and confusion, which let to the discussion in chat. At the end of this discussion, it seems that at least the reason for asking the question has become clear, but also that Daniel has learnt something about my field.
Now, this, I believe, is something that I would say is a succesful instance of two disciplines having a good encounter. I hope that this conversation can be something of an example to others on how it is best to behave on this site.
Let me finish with a bit of concluding advice:
Whenever you disagree with something, don't (only) downvote, talk and listen! Make it clear to all why you think this is something bad and sometimes, you'll be happy to learn you were wrong!