As I have read here and at meta.SO, user should be allowed at most 50 questions per 30 days and at most 6 questions per 24 hours.
See e.g. here:
- Is there a limit on how many questions I can ask?
- 50 questions per month limit?
- How much asking is too much?
- Question Limit Per Month
But when I ordered the questions of this user from newest to oldest, I counted more than 50 questions in 30 days. Ok, I might have made the mistake when counting. But when I view top askers in caluculus tag, the site tells me that there is an user with 62 questions in last 30 days.
So my question is:
Have the limits on number of questions per month/day changed?
I have looked at recent questions at meta.SO which are tagged rate-limiting and montly-questions-limit, but I found nothing.
P.S.1: I don't think this is a big deal. Unless some users start posting such numbers of questions that it starts to be annoying, I think everything is ok. (Considering the total number of questions asked at this site, 3 questions a day by the same user will go unnoticed.) I am asking mostly because I am curious.
P.S.2: I am aware that we have policy not to name users in discussions on meta. However, I thought this might be an allowable exception - I am not saying that these users did something wrong, I am just giving examples where the software at the site does not work as expected. (Similarly as when we find a bug in mathjax, we usually link to a question where it was found.) Of course, if it is preferable, I will remove the links to users from the post. (You'll have to take my word for the fact that I found such examples.)
P.S.3: I wasn't sure whether I should ask this here or at meta.SO, but I thought I might ask here - since the examples I found are from this site.