Thanks very much for the link. There is a bug here that will require a deploy to fix. In the meantime, we would like to change your post type to "article," publish it, then once the deploy sets in, change it back to "Technical Blog."
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Thanks for reporting.
This is a bug, and I will fix it immediately. But it will be available after next deploy only. For now, as a work around, can you please add some notes (there is a new box for notes on what has been changed) at the bottom of the wizard and then hit Publish.
Blocking them from posting new questions in the forum unless they have attended
to the ones already asked by them.
I think it is not a bad idea but, on the other hand, it don't think it is that easy. Some thoughts about:
Many of the users that just throw the question and give no further feedback or comment or whatever are user that just don't come back. So that limit would not really bring a solution.
Now just the opposite, imagine questions made by "good" users that are not so easy and there are answers giving a guess or pointing out an idea, but none of the answers is really a solution. Then that users could have problems with that limit. Result... questions being marked as "solved" that doesn't really have a valid solution.
Or questions that are not answered by anyone, maybe because the tags are not set properly or whatever, then the lack of answers would be a problem for that user as well.
With a limit of (let's say 5, 10 or 15) questions without solution could do the trick without giving problems for a while to average users, but still giving the chance for random users to do the same as they are currently doing.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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