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# One solution per topic

I am slightly confused why only one solution per topic is allowed. I see some reason why it might be a good idea to limit solutions, but I do not think that one solution per topic is a good way to do this. Someone might have multiple interesting solutions they might want to share. I have a few ideas:

1. Make a discussion forum for each problem, so that other solutions may be posted (while not being voted on), and so problems can be discussed.
2. Make posting a solution cost some points (50?), while each upvote gives points (10?).
3. Allow one solution to be posted in the first couple days, while more can be posted later in the week.

Note by Daniel Chiu
4 years, 5 months ago

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Hi Daniel,

I wanted to get back to you. We are seriously considering all of those suggestions.

We think suggestion 2 is very novel and clever in particular. Thanks!

Staff - 4 years, 5 months ago

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