I briefly looked over the rules and didn't see anything regarding posting multiple new threads to the workshop forums in a short period of time . While I am all for everyone who has met the requirements to get an opportunity to post their work in a workshop forum, I do feel there is the potential for spam of new postings from individual members. Perhaps limit the starting of new threads in each workshop forum to one per day per user? That does not seem unreasonable and would allow an active writer plenty of opportunities to post their work and give time for feedback to take place. To clarify, I'm not against a single member having multiple items up at the same time in a forum workshop for viewing by other members, I just think that to avoid spamming the forums with multiple works by one users in a very short period of time the moderators should consider limiting the speed at which new threads can be started by a single user in a short period of time. This would allow all posting members a better opportunity for their works to get viewed by others before falling down the list, and would help avoid the temptation to try to bump your own work to the top of the list which the rules do prohibit.