As September is coming, site is getting spammed by zero effort homework dumps.
Particularly passionate spammers even drop their garbage at us at highest rate allowed (today examples: 1, 2, 3, 4 - 10K links). And prior examples are not an isolated incident. As pointed in comments, next day after posting this request we've got yet another example separated by 10 minutes: 04:27, 04:38.
Can we please throttle spammers activity by raising rate limit the same way as it was done at Stack Overflow, ie to 1 question in 90 minutes for users with less than 125 reputation?
Side note, given that one of the spammers in above examples also has accounts at Code Review and Code Golf, it probably makes sense to consider similar limits for these sites as well.
If you need to ask questions more than every 1.5 hours, you probably aren't putting enough thought, time or both into your questions, which isn't fair to us, as it diminishes the perceived quality of the resource we're working very hard to build and maintain...
It's a bit unfortunate for those that do ask good questions right off the bat, and bless you if you're in that very small minority - it won't take long for you to establish yourself, perhaps just one question could do it...
...If your question on Programmers.SE is just a copy paste of homework problem, expect it to be downvoted, closed, and deleted - potentially in quite short order.
Responding negatively to those folks who copy paste their homework assignments is just a waste of time.
These people don't care how you react; they're looking for the one guy that will actually do their homework for them (some people will). Consequently, your negative comment will have no effect on the OP, and will only succeed in irritating your fellow community members and alienating new visitors to the site.
A better response is to downvote the question, and cast a moderator flag with a custom explanation, like this:
Request for speedy deletion: this question is a copy-paste of a homework assignment, with no effort on the part of the OP to do the assignment himself.