I flagged this comment because it seems to just be advertising some college. Am I misunderstanding the SO definition of SPAM? It doesn't seem to relate to the question at all.
Oops, thought that was the standard SSCCE link (note that we used this link ourselves in the close reasons). Missed the typo in the URL.
I've fixed the URL in the comment. I'm not crazy about the comment itself, but I'll let it stay for now in case it provides some guidance to the asker.
Sorry about that, but at least declined comment flags really don't hurt you in any way.
A SSCCE stands for Short Self-Contained Correct Example.
Generally, when you have a coding problem, posting a SSCCE helps us better understand the question.
Now you were right to be concerned though. If I didn't already know what a SSCCE was, I would think it's spam too. A comment with a link that doesn't actually describe what's at the link is should make you suspicious.
It's best to at least write a complete sentence, so that the reader knows that
sscce.org isn't just some random and potentially malicious website.
It can be as simple as:
please post a SSCCE
Which at the very least least tells the reader that an SSCCE is a thing that you want them to post.