Are there any voting limits?
What is the business logic behind how many close votes one has? To clarify, I'm not asking for more. I simply don't understand where the current numbers come from and what drive them. To become a more effective member of the SO community it will strongly help me to understand the rationale for deciding these things.
For example, there are currently 55k questions pending close votes. I imagine that the number of close votes was increased from 24 to 50 to cope with the backlog. Is this really the sweet spot to balance any one user having too much power against reviews being processed effectively?
Perhaps not but I certainly am in no position to suggest it be increased not understanding how the current number is determined, especially when the number of close votes I cast today before being informed I had no more is, in fact, a prime number.