I've just hit the 50 per month limit. As you can see from my profile, the majority of my question gets upvoted, that is, they are of a quality standard that is welcome on the site.
At the moment I am self-studying and I really do not want to worry about how many questions I can ask per day/week/month. I have a high fluctuation in numbers, that is, there are times when I answer more than I ask and there are times like now, where I have a lot of questions.
Dear community, can we please lift the upper limit on questions recently implemented?
Here's another thought: I usually struggle to find questions to answer because there are so many answerers. If I see a question that is suitable I usually need to hurry in order to answer it before 5 others do. From this point of view I find it hard to follow why anyone would think of implementing a limit on questions.
I have voted to close this as not constructive. Leonid's answer is entirely based on subjective opinion (His last sentence indicates that he assumes that I'm preparing for exams and that according to his judgement, I don't think enough. Slightly puzzling since we've never met and he joined the site like last week. For comparison, there are quite a few regulars that I've been in contact with for more than a year and they are all less judgemental. Perhaps one could consider this a variation of Dunning-Krüger?)
I also entirely disagree with the idea of treating other human beings by imposing on them our ideals. (=e.g. cap them because we think they should think more.) The limit was not implemented with this goal in mind.
To conclude: since we can't seem to be objective, I hereby vote to close.