Surely, we in SAP Community want to have your content displayed without any disruptions. It is of our utmost interest that the content that is provided on our platform is valuable to YOU. Each and every one of us wants to read valuable content and insightful comments on questions, answers, and blog posts. At the end of the day, content quality assurance and spam protection falls on all our shoulders, because we are ONE SAP Community.
At the organic level, this entails setting community expectations in general and letting you all take ownership of the space and action in form of our Alert Moderator button. It is you all that keep our community a tidied up space!
You can now take spam detection to the next level as we award a new badge for everyone who reports spam to us.
How do we define spam? Well, unfortunately there is such things as spambots, but also human spammers that generate spam links to external websites once they are in the system. Our SAP Community moderation team detects them at the earliest convenience, but we need your attentive eyes to let us know, too.
We just added a new mission to our Missions & Badges page - the Spam Hunter mission! For this mission you receive the badge below, that you can proudly display in your profile!
Every spam report, in our Q&A or blogging area counts towards this badge. As a surprise, we have just awarded last week's Spam Hunters to some unsuspecting SAP Community members, who reported spam to us! See the list below.
IMPORTANT: This badge is NOT awarded automatically. We award them manually, once a week. Hence, going forward, if you believe you met the requirements, but you haven’t been notified yet that you have earned this mission + badge, please be patient. It may take as long as a week for you to receive the badge after you’ve earned it. Thank you!