Originally Posted by KidCarter93
Of course you think it's a bad idea. Most people who have less than 10 posts think that because they think they're restricted. You're allowed to post across the vast majority of the site so it's not restricting at all.
How do we expect you to learn? By reading. As it says in the first post of this thread "Always read lots, post little."
The question is.. how can someone separate people who has never read a single line of documentation and register to ask an "N" times already answered question and those who have been reading for "ages" and never needed to register, because they could find everything easily?
The answer is simple, nobody can do this. But, no matter what you do, there will be always rules to follow and comply. To be a member of a community includes the need of complying and adapt yourself to the rest. By using the 10 post rule, you can avoid A LOT of unnecesary posts, but you can lose aswell many potentially useful contributions.
But, guys, there's no formula that can make everyone happy