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:

- 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.
- Make posting a solution cost some points (50?), while each upvote gives points (10?).
- Allow one solution to be posted in the first couple days, while more can be posted later in the week.

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TopNewestHi 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!

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