Recently I see a lot off Low Quality and First Post reviews coming in where a certain company is clearly spamming for their extensions.
The posts are well targeted (the extension would probably solve the problem), but the post text is clearly slick and commercial in tone of voice: It is describing the extension in more than one superlative.
Most post are provided with a direct link to the extension or the main website. Today I got the first post without a link, just naming the extension.
Of course, the SE moderation system catches most of these spam posts, but is there also another way? Should we look into means beyond what the SE platform offers? Could we contact the extension builder directly to discuss this issue with them and request not to spam,
or to advertise for their extensions only when it is really contributing?
Or should we simply let the SE system do it's job and just passively react to this by keep flagging this when these posts appear in the review queues (as this "possible duplicate" suggests)?
In this specific case, this is about the LitExtension extensions provider (with users Hai Thiet Le and Joe (suspended) spamming the posts). Should we contact them to pursue them to get them to refrain from these activities?