I just a posted an answer with a link in it. The link goes to a solution, that really solves the problem explained in the question. My answer was removed by a moderator with a comment "spamming a link isn't acceptable here, go to Meta and do a search for more detail". Could anybody give me a link to the explanation?
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It appears you've answered
It also appears that the last 5 out of 7 questions you answered contained a link to a project you are a developer on.
Needless to say, your posts have a history of just containing a link, and more over, they have that spammy smell. That's bad, and here's why:
Your answers need context, and if the community sees a lot of answers where you're promoting a specific service, they're going to think you have some commercial affiliations with that service. If you do, it's best to add a disclaimer, otherwise your answers will be removed through a copious amount of flags.
Some things you can try:
So for now, just take a breather. There are plenty of questions on this site to be answered, and the more of them you answer without posting links to products you own, the more likely it is the community will let you post answers that include links to products you own.
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