@msh210 @Daniel @DoubleAA @Scimonster (participants in this discussion who are aroundish): what do you think? Should we a) make no change, b) add a 24-hour limit, c) ... except after Taanit Esther starts, or d) add a low-key quality reminder?
@IsaacMoses @msh210 @Scimonster and now the low-key alternative has the same net score as Yez's one-per-day proposal. The low-key alternative is +5/-0 while the vote limit is +8/-3. There's some voting disagreement on the other answers too, some supporting a limit and some saying we don't need it.
Three moderators are in favor of the low-key approach (the fourth hasn't said one way or the other that I've seen), and while I don't want to "pull rank", enforcement of a stronger policy is also going to fall to mods.
Last year's most-prolific poster has already said he'll be more careful this year.
So, my proposal to resolve this for this year, since the season opens tomorrow night: enact the low-key alternative, and if we see a problem, we can adjust to add a limit during the PTIJ season. I predict we won't need to.
Ok. And on reflection, the most-likely failure under the "remind people but don't restrict" approach is that one or two people go a little wild (it's not likely to be lots of people), and if that happens we can have a word with the individuals involved.
@MonicaCellio @Daniel et al. Thanks for all of your work to get us to a policy change we're all comfortable with. May this year's PTIJ season be full of great amusement and edification and empty of annoyance.