Why should my answer marked as spam?

I'm pretty new at the community, but an expierienced User of bitbucket.

I would really like help other users, but my articles are declared as spam...

Sorry, but thats not the way to invest time to grew up an knowledge base.


The screenshot shows my answer.



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Probably the code in the code block - looks like gibberish to spam filters, which raises the score for it.

They are looking for ways to teach it better, but it's slow going.

Hi Stephan - 


As Nic said, we're trying to teach it.  In the meantime, please accept my sincere apologies.  I know it's frustrating, and we're doing our very best to fix it.

I hope you'll stick around and give it a chance.



Hey Philippe

i will give it a chance. The most developer are talking in code, and this must be a core fearure in a blog post, and not a feature which is resposible for blocking the answer.

A special code tag should help - not evealuating js code or any other code as well.


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