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Today I flagged this answer as "low-quality", since it mainly consist in a link to a blog post and a pretty neutral opinion.
The link itself is not really useful too - though interesting, it doesn't deal with the question topic (which is, by the way, pretty opinion-based, and attracted a lot of link-only answers), but nonetheless I decided to avoid the "Not an answer" flag and go for the closest to what I feel.
The flag now is marked as
disputed (I know what that means), but is it really? Moreover, two high-rep users already commented on it (with somewhat contrasting opinions, but both think the answer isn't enough), so that should enforce my flag, or at least give it some acknowledgment.
I know, "Just walk way and go on", but I'd like to have a better understanding of it.