I posted a question on a SE site this morning, but after posting, realised there was a mistake in my question which was going to take me a little time to correct, so instead of leaving the bad question visible (maybe with a comment explaining I was editing) and potentially getting downvoted, I deleted the question with the intention of posting it again.
However, when I came to post, I ran into the "You can only post every [x] minutes." message, as this is a site I have not contributed to before, so I have less than 125 rep.
I think it would make sense for deleted questions to be excluded from the logic which determines how frequently someone is allowed to post, so that in my situation above, if I deleted my original question, I could re-post a new question before the [x] minutes have expired. For what it's worth, I would then expect to be prevented from un-deleting my original question until the [x] minutes had passed from the time I posted my second question, just like I would be prevented from making new posts during that period.
Maybe there are some legitimate reasons why this would be a bad idea (would a spam of deleted questions still cause issues with a moderator queue somewhere or similar?), happy to hear them if there are.