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New user comment clarification

One of the first things that many new users do is to ask a question.

People then respond, and there is a need for the original poster to provide feedback.

However, if the user doesn't have much reputation, they can't comment, so many resort to asking follow-up questions as answers.

Would stackoverflow be enhanced by allowing users to comment on answers associated with questions they asked, no matter what their reputation?

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marked as duplicate by Jeff Atwood Jul 6 '09 at 15:47

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Ah, I couldn't find the duplicate (it was phrased somewhat differently) and it turns out that I was misinformed about that ability of new users to comment. Thanks. – Quentin Jul 6 '09 at 15:58
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Yes I believe you can comment on your own stuff no matter what rep. I even think i have seen this on many occasions.

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