I came to that SO question and seen that there was only Hanky Panky ㇱ's answer. When I came, this answer was :
Most probably it is the SSL verification problem.
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST, 0);
I wanted to add my 2 cents and given another answer. Some secs after, I reloaded page and seen that Hanky Panky ㇱ's answer changed, and now integrated my answer unfairly (without "as Ninsuo's mentionned" or other things that let create an unique good answer fairly for those who added their hits). As comment suggests, it may have not done it intentionnaly, that's not the point.
His answer's creation date was still before mine, so my answer comes as a partial duplicate of Hanky Panky ㇱ's one.
For the OP's question, both of our answers were not the solution. But, I believe this could be a good idea to update the creation time to the last change during 5min grace period.
Thanks to @tohecz that given a simpler solution to the problem (I origninally thought about creating a new review history).