Today I was working on one of the answers (A special guide) and I was limited again by the 30K size for answers. The example mentioned is this:
Which I needed to add some info but to do that I had to remove other information that helped older users. This is not the only case where I need to limit the amount of helpful information to serve users. There are others like the following that I can not extend to cover some special cases:
I am asking for a feature-request to raise the cap to about 35k or more. For answers that extend further (Like answering how to install and configure Juju, Hadoop...) or a correct and complete guide on how to install Ubuntu including partitioning. I know 30K is enough for most cases but there are this type of answers that to explain them thoroughly they need more than 30K. This can ease the time Ubuntu end users take jumping between questions/answers trying to find what they are looking for and eliminating many similar but different common questions/answers.
For example, I am at the moment working on improving the whole Broadcom guide but between one of the writers and me, the amount will surpass the 30K limit easily and the idea is to provide a one stop solution to most Broadcom Wifi problems (Same for the rest of the questions).