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I am daily visitor of Stack Overflow and I wonder if it is okay if I add comments on old posts. Say approximately 1 year old post?. I am not sure about it.

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No - comments should not be added to old posts, I would never do it. :-) – SilverlightFox Nov 21 '13 at 12:06

What are you concerned about? What sort of comments do you have in mind?

The question's asker will get notified of the new comment, but they may no longer be active on the site and might not actually see your comment or respond to it. But even then, there's nothing really wrong with posting a comment in the first place.

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