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Should crazy bot-generated answers be flagged as spam?

Since this is Meta, I suppose I could just add my reasoning as an answer for people to upvote and downvote at their leisure. Yes, flag as spam This is most likely written by a bot trying to build up ...
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Should crazy bot-generated answers be flagged as spam?

It looks like quite some people disagree with my point of view, so I'll expand further. It looks like spam, but it shouldn't be treated as spam I assimilate these posts as intentional gibberish, which,...
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Why was this answer deleted as rude/abusive?

Yes, you're missing some information. This particular user has only been with us for 5 months, but has had an unusually high number of issues raised against him. He's having a hard time fitting in ...
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Should crazy bot-generated answers be flagged as spam?

It's precursor spam. It is obviously nothing to do with electronics, and it isn't the sort of thing a newbie electronics person would post. It falls into the category of: This user was created to ...
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Correctly Flagging Spam, Not Vote to Close (From StackOverflow Meta)

I don't see a problem that needs addressing. As far as I can tell, the spam handling system works well. As you say, the right way to handle spam is to flag it as such. In my experience, the mods ...
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