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How bout a limit to 10 questions every hour or so?

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Close open is not better than ask spamming.
that seems a lot...
I like @inkyvoyd 's idea. However, I think around 5 per hour would be safer against spammers. Igba does have a point regarding the open/close. It's no better than the previous design.

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We're playing with this idea, but we haven't seen an overwhelming amount of close/reask abuse to justify implementing this for that reason alone. Of course, @cshalvey may correct me if I'm wrong on that.
Not spammers. test cheaters. I'm sick of doing people's tests for them (inkyvoyd the scumbag here actually asked a test question about biology lol)
You realize that by saying that, you're being a hypocrite right? lol
No, I'm not a hypocrite at all. I'm sick of hypocrites (see what I just did there?).
Not really but I'll take your word for it. ☺
So, test cheating is something that no time limit we enforce is going to solve. It's a behavioral issue. In short, all I see this feature doing is punishing people for getting help to their problems quickly. :\

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