I am in the process of writing my thesis and have managed to run into a lot of issues along the way. To stop me procrastinating on tex.SX, I jot a note down at the time but don't actually post the question.
As I am nearing my submission, I will have to resolve a lot of these issues though. While there seems to be no issue with me asking multiple questions as long as I do not flood the front page and they are of decent quality (MWE included, of course), I found an older discussion about instituting posting limits. The answers there advocate a limit of one question per day (accepted answer) or 30 low quality questions a month (highest voted answer).
While I have less than 30 questions to ask, and I intend to put the same time and effort into them as befits the site (a lot, in case anyone's wondering), I might certainly post more than one a day.
So the question is, have any of those proposed limits been implemented and, if so, what are those limits.
Judging by the lack of "Why can't I post anymore?" rants on meta, I'm guessing the answer is no, but it's also good information to record for the next person who has qualms about flooding the site.