I was reviewing the Low Quality queue and there were about 27 queued items to review (unusually high in my opinion; I don't think I've ever seen more than about 5 at a time). It seems that nearly all of them are the same user. And, nearly all of the answers given by the user are essentially solutions using Maple.
A lot of them I agree are low quality. Whether or not they should all be deleted is debatable. I think some of them are helpful, especially when the user just wants an answer (not an explanation of the proof). I personally am a big fan of computation... so I don't want to exclude Computer Algebra solutions.
What worries me, is that perhaps this user was targeted (someone got upset with them, or didn't like his/her style and flagged every one of his/her answers). It also worries me that many people may not feel as kindly towards computational solutions as I do. That being said, I suspect that a large fraction of the "Maple" answers don't really address the question that was asked.
What, if anything, should be done? I've included a link here to one of the questions this user answered that is in the queue for review. This user's answer is at the bottom (Maple solution). I should also mention, many of the answers this user gave are a year or more old; but, the user seems to still be active.