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If they are saying "thanks" for help that was offered, I don't really think that kind of thing needs to be flagged. While it would be nice to have them say a little more, like even "Thanks for the help" (meeting the requirements of the ten letter rule) I wouldn't really consider that spam. At least by posting Thanks, they are being courteous.
An appropriate time to flag/report a post is when you see an age posted, rudeness, inappropriate behavior, something that you think may be highly newsworthy...
It's great that you are looking out for the integrity of WI
I think it depends on the situation I think its good to thank someone for there help so I don't see problem with putting up a "Thanks" but it wouldn't take much to say "Thanks to all" or "Thanks for answering everyone" and this would get around the ten letter rule, but in general I dont think reporting someone for being polite is the best thing but if they are posting Thanks fter every anwser it could get a bit much.....
I think they may just be trying to be funny- not rude- so I think I wouldn't report it.
It is very cool that you are looking out for WI- making it a better place-
Thanks for caring- it is one of the reasons I love WI so much
Thanks a lot for posting! So I guess I shouldn't report.. But then why did they make the ten letter rule if it's not being enforced?
Really it is being enforced by the system - your post will not actually be 'posted' if it is too short.
Basically the 10 letter rule forces you to type 10 digits. It does prevent people from just posting an "OK' or something short like that.
It would be nice if everyone used the 10 digits to actually make a comment though
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