This may be a trivial question, but I cannot figure exactly what the status "disputed" means for a flag:
- "helpful" means that the flag as been considered as justified and useful for the community,
- "declined" is the opposite,
- "disputed" = ???
I initially thought this was a transitional state like "pending": the flag has been seen but something is going-on to determine whether this flag will finally be considered "helpful" or "declined".
However it seems I'm wrong and that "disputed" is a final state in its own right.
I mostly get this state when flagging answers left by new members who have not enough rep to comments other people's posts (btw I also wonder if there shouldn't be two different flags to distinguish between posts to delete and posts to keep and move as comments, merging the two within a unique flag just make it confusing).
- James Fox asking the OP more details about his firewall and port forwarding configuration (this one is recent and is still an answer),
- Mike W added supplementary information and a personal example to the OP post (this one is older and is now moved to a comment, so my flag was somehow "accepted", however the flag still remains in "disputed" state as mentioned above which leads me to conclude this is a final state and not a transitional one).