Lets say you post a question, it somehow breaks the guidelines of question asking.
So..a moderator takes it down. Now, you're only allowed 2 questions in a matter of 6 hours I think? Lets say I asked 2 questions in a row and one gets removed, why are you not allowed to post another question within the 6 hours if you really only have one visilbe question.
Im not saying you post a quesiton to deliberatly break the guidelines, but sometimes people make mistakes.
Do you think if your question gets removed, you should be able to post another question in its place?
- Yes, I should be albe to post another question in its place88% (14)71% (10)80% (24)Vote
- No, its your fault for not following the guidelines12% (2)29% (4)20% (6)Vote
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Its 6 hours? I thought it was one hour unless they changed it. But to answer your question, I think that's fair as long as the question isn't anything like the one already posted. They just do it because there's a lot of people on here who would take advantage and abuse asking questions (trolls). Sometimes questions are removed for stupid reasons. I asked a question and had it featured only to have it taken down 30 minutes later because they said it was a duplication. It definitely wasn't a duplication, and I never got my xper points back for "featuring" it since they took it down so quickly. A lot of times, they don't even read questions thoroughly or even investigate it but are quick to take it down.2