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Occasionally I leave a comment and forget about it, and I would like to be able to go back and find them without remembering the general context of the question (which I did not answer) and searching for that. Is this possible, or would it strain the servers too much?

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We currently have the following:

( stackoverflow | meta.stackoverflow | serverfault | superuser ).com /api/userquestions.html
( stackoverflow | meta.stackoverflow | serverfault | superuser ).com /api/useranswers.html
( stackoverflow | meta.stackoverflow | serverfault | superuser ).com /api/userfavorites.html

Now we need:

/api/usercomments.html

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wait, what? – TheTXI Aug 14 '09 at 0:05
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I'm confused....when did we get an API? – Thomas Owens Aug 14 '09 at 1:16
    
It's an internal API for ajax requests. – Ian Elliott Aug 14 '09 at 4:50

Yes, we need to do something to better surface comments for reference. Right now the only answer is google at the moment.

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+1 for "Right now [...] at the moment." – Hooked Aug 16 '09 at 17:52

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