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Is there a way we can allow community members to explain why they think a post is spam?

Is there anything we can do so community members can add more details as to why they are flagging a specific post as spam? They can/should be using custom moderator flags if it's not obvious the post ...
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Are websites now considered answers?

I do not think we should allow websites to act as "software" or "browser extensions". In this case, I agree with you completely, this is not an answer and as the OP said, I am looking for a program ...
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Answers with broken links to software that is no longer available

This is one of the reasons that we discourage product recommendations on super user. In many cases the author is gone so pinging the author might not be a good solution on its own. To me If its a ...
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Is there a way we can allow community members to explain why they think a post is spam?

Yeah, flagging on the *Recs.SE sites is harder in general because some of the usual spam indicators don't hold up.The largest problem with red flags is that, due to their inherent penalty, they tend ...
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Are websites now considered answers?

While it may be arguable if the post can be counted as an answer, I see it as something between NAA and LQ: It definitely doesn't match the requirement listed. Usually in such cases, one would post a ...
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