I'm talking about questions like this one who is attracting a lot of answers (23 so far with 8 of them being deleted).
We already added a "controversial post" notice after this meta question was asked. However, to me, this was and isn't enough.
I believe that any question attracting a "flood" of answers should be removed from HNQ. I'm thinking that, if an answer already has 20 answers, any new answer is very unlikely to be useful and just become another answer we have to moderate and remove as duplicate (or low quality, or etc...). So, in short, any new answer to such a question is just costing us energy and time.
So, should we remove a question from HNQ if the question as gathered too many answers already?
If yes, what should be the "answer limit" of such a question?
Also, is there some other indicator we could look at that will indicate to use that a question would do better outside of HNQ?