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Notify/contact SEDE user of fix to query

I just tried out odata.stackexchange.com for the first time - quite impressive!

However, I really missed the abilty to comment on other queries and have people comment on mine.

Any plans to add this?

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marked as duplicate by Michael Mrozek, Grace Note, Tim Stone, Jon Seigel, Pops Jun 10 '11 at 14:32

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The linked question doesn't have any answers, only comments. Should it be a reason to re-open this question? – Michael Freidgeim Jun 9 '13 at 12:02
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I'm all for having comments if it's carefully designed.

Data Explorer is open source and a patch that adds this kind of feature would be more than welcome.

I am totally swamped with bringing more awesome to the Stack engine at the moment, so I have not had too much time in the last few weeks to work on SEDE.

So to answer your question, there are plenty of plans I would love comments, graphs even possibly something like "gist" that you can embed into your site and code contributions would be more than welcome. What is lacking though is time :)

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Post your query as an answer to this question, this will let people notice it, vote on it and add comments. There's a chance the query you want to discuss might be on there as well.

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Ability to communicate about particular query is unrelated is query interesting or not – Michael Freidgeim Jun 9 '13 at 12:05

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