Sometimes there are answers that should be comments, sometimes it happens because the user can't post a comment on questions/answers that he doesn't own. Here is one example of that...
This isn't an answer, but the all-knowing stack exchange creators won't allow me to make a comment yet.... Stupid. ANYWAYS - is there a way to access this data through the Facebook PHP SDK? I see that it is setting a session variable and the signed_request is inside the session but I have not been able to find a method within the existing SDK that will actually allow me to access it when going to a different page within my application.. Do I need to extend the FB class and do this myself? ...
Should low rep users be allowed to post comments, with approval? Like when we approve or reject an edit from low rep users, maybe we could approve or reject comments.
There could be a higher character count required to post the comment and it could filter short posts with "thanks" and this kind of comments to reduce noise.
no you don't have to release anything, it's just a reference to something that is not dynamically allocated
thank you cefstat it worked for me :)
This was meant to be reply to @iPortable question about the answer on @cefstat answer.