Some websites run weekly, fortnightly or monthly topic challenges, e.g. Gardening, Worldbuilding and Literature. On Literature Meta SE, anyone can submit reading challenges, using one answer per proposal. Of course, each user can submit more than one proposal.
My question is whether it there is a limit to the number of answers that a single user can submit to the same question (in this case a meta question). One user currently has ten reading challenge proposals on Literature Stack Exchange and cannot add any new ones. After pushing the
Add Another Answer button, the following message appears:
Are you sure you want to add another answer?
You could use the edit link to refine and improve your existing answer, instead.
OK button simply reopens the user's most recent answer for editing. Pressing
Cancel exits the submission process.
So there appears to be a limit of ten "active" answers, since deleted answers (in this case, proposals that have been accepted and therefore deleted) don't seem to count. Is this correct? Is this a bug or a "feature"?