I think some people are intentionally add question related weight lose, fatty tissue etc. Which is like a spam !!!!
Ah, spam; the bane of the internet. Please flag it as spam if possible - this adds signal to various algorithms we use to try to minimize it (seriously, you should see the stuff that doesn't get through to appear on the site; it is... scary). If the problem has gotten particularly worse, please provide some example links I can look at to try to tune things.
k; with the info from the linked posts and some referenced posts, I have more context;
- most of these are from different IPs and different user accounts
- most of them are linking to different sites (although one was recurring)
I've blacklisted the recurring site and some recurring terms that should be pretty rare for drupal, however this is a very complicated problem to solve in the general case; hopefully we can reduce the impact a bit (or a lot), though.
In order for us to block spam, folks have got to see it and identify it. We're working on things that reduce the amount that humans have to see even more, but even with that in place, established sites are going to see some spam posts every day - that's just (unfortunately) what the Internet has grown into.
This particular wave is coming from what I suspect to be an army of hundreds of thousands of infected computers, web servers and possibly phones. I hate the fact that spam punishes you for your own success - the better you rank in search results, the more these sleazeballs want to plant their links.
Stuff that we're doing in the quality initiative will effectively prevent any of this from ever being shown on the front page, or tag pages - it'll immediately hit a triage queue where folks dispose of it quickly. But, a few people are still going to need to see it.
Just flag it as spam - and move on, that's the best thing you can do. Every time you do that, you help to train our systems, and they do keep a massive amount of it out. This from just today:
You'll notice two things - one that we're actually seeing less of it over the last few days and 2 - that users don't need to work any harder than they normally do to keep a huge amount of it out of the system. A few hundred flags every day from around the network (roughly 2 posts spam-flag deleted per day per site) are all that's really needed to keep things pretty clean.
We're going to keep working as hard as we can to reduce the amount of work folks have to put into this even more, but there's never going to be a time where you don't see a bit of it - at least as long as scum bags are allowed to use the Internet.