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This question is about users who stubbornly only provide Maple code and their output as answers, even if the question does not ask for it.
Yesterday I decided to review some low-quality posts (there were 3 in the queue). While doing it, something completely unusual happened: I was flooded with posts flagged as "low-quality" (by whom? by users or by the MSE software?), all of them belonging to a particular user. They all followed the same pattern: they provided Maple code solving the OP's problem.
I had a hard time deciding what to do: the answers were properly formatted, clear, intelligent and correct. When a result (as opposed to an explanation) was required by the OP, the answers provided it. It is also obvious that this user knows Maple quite well. On the other hand, these answers never explained anything on the conceptual level, not even when the OP explicitly requested it. Plus, it is my strong belief that blind computing does not equal understanding or insight, even though it sometimes leads to it.
In the end, I decided to vote against deletion, but I also downvoted all of them (I think they were 10 of them, much more than the queue was initially showing). To my surprise, less than 24 hours later they have all been deleted, probably some other reviewers were stricter than me.
Should a moderator have a talk with such users, or is this attitude considered acceptable?