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Please don't require answer votes to be cast before question votes

How are daily allowed votes separated between answers and questions?

I've just used 30 votes of my allowed 40 ones today. Most of them were on questions. Even though, I am now obligated to use all of my remaining votes on more questions and restricted from voting on answers.

The rules of daily votes separating is still ambiguous to me. I have read that the last 10 votes each day must always be on questions. Isn't better if there was a minimum votes cast per day for questions/answers?

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marked as duplicate by Jeff Atwood May 9 '11 at 20:12

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You ask why it's like this, or do you ask for a change? –  Shadow Wizard May 8 '11 at 19:02
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@Shadow Wizard: I am not sure I understand those rulescompletely . However, if those rules say that the last 10 votes each day must be only on question, then I think that they need some refinement .. –  Akram Shahda May 8 '11 at 19:09
    
OK, so you better change the tags to "feature-request", that's why I asked. :) –  Shadow Wizard May 8 '11 at 19:52
    
Already requested, and there's hope. –  Gilles May 8 '11 at 22:11

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

New behavior:

  1. Everyone gets a total of 30 votes.
  2. You may up to 10 extra question votes.
  3. Warnings remains simple ... (5 vote remaining, 4 vote remaining ...)
  4. Question votes may be cast at any time during the day. However once you reach the N votes remaining warnings, stuff is set in stone. A question voting spree at the end will still count down.

See: Please don't require answer votes to be cast before question votes

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