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Is there any condition for a minimum requirement of 125 reputation points to post questions one after another?

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I was unaware such a condition existed, but it's probably to prevent spamming by new users. – Wipqozn Feb 1 '12 at 11:28
Please stop choosing tags randomly. Put more time to choose them properly. – Shadow Wizard Feb 1 '12 at 12:57
How did you manage to hit that limitation? – CodesInChaos Feb 1 '12 at 13:41

By the time you have gained 125 reputation, you should have a good understanding of what makes a good question.

Having this restriction means that we don't get spammed by any new user with lots of bad questions (or actual spammers, who do crop up every now and then).

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Everything on the stack exchange family of sites is rate limited. Everything.

I can't speak to a specific short-term question-asking rate limiter, but there are still limits in place:

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