I flagged this answer as “not an answer” because it was short, link-only, and the poster explicitly said that they did not have enough reputation to leave a comment. The flag was declined because “a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidence to support it”.
While I respect the opinion of the moderator, I kindly disagree with the decision and would like to know the thinking behind the decision. While I had significant trouble at first and had a number of flags declined, I’ve now flagged almost 200 straight that were marked as “helpful”. In my opinion, I have made many closer decisions than this one when deciding whether to flag or not.