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Sorry if this question has already been asked, but I want to get deeper insight in why my spam-flagging was declined.
I flagged this post as spam: https://stackoverflow.com/a/18693774/1244610
In my opinion this post does not contain anything useful for the question. It is just a bad attempt of trolling.
While the post does not try to promote a certain product, it is an obvious and bad attempt at raning about Java and promoting COBOL.
So finally my question: If this is not spam, then in which way does it benefit the process of answering an already accepted answer? And where is the exact line on what is spam.
As a sidenote: I would not have asked this question if the comment on denying my flag was anything more helpful as "declined - a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidence to support it".