There is a user who shall go unnamed (though many can probably guess who it is) that repeatedly posts questions and then answers the questions immediately after posting. This is not per se against the Stack Exchange rules as they do allow for self-answers, but the sheer multitude of posts by said user almost feels spammy. Moreover, many of the posts are light on background if they have any at all. At this point, it feels like Math Stack Exchange is said user's personal blog.
This is of course not to say that all question and answer format posts are bad. There have been many that were fairly insightful and even this user has had a number that were pretty good. I just feel that using the site in this way is bad form, and at this point few people even acknowledge the questions, probably due to fatigue. I have encouraged the user several times to keep the self-answer format posts to a minimum and instead shuffle a lot of this to a blog, keeping the really good ones for MSE. The user is very nice, if a bit stubborn in some ways, so I don't mean to disparage them and rather like them, but the posts are a little out of hand.
What can we as a community do to alleviate this? Should we take a firm stance on self-answered posts?
Here is a post by Potato from a couple of years ago that is quite relevant. Potato personally posted about 7 so questions related to the subject matter in the Meta post over a period of a few days (with none after that) so I wouldn't really call this behavior "spammy." Moreover, Potato stated that the behavior would be quite temporary while he was figuring out the subject matter and the general consensus was that it was fine given the short length of time. The user to which I am referring has been at this for well over a year with hundreds of questions of this nature.