4 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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Nope. ThisThis didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave a diamond-visible trace, so I guess that they are stored in the database. But the SE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

Nope. This didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave a diamond-visible trace, so I guess that they are stored in the database. But the SE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

Nope. This didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave a diamond-visible trace, so I guess that they are stored in the database. But the SE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

3 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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Nope. ThisThis didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave a diamond-visible trace, so I guess that they are stored in the database. But the SE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

Nope. This didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave a diamond-visible trace, so I guess that they are stored in the database. But the SE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

Nope. This didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave a diamond-visible trace, so I guess that they are stored in the database. But the SE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

2 added 200 characters in body
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Nope. This didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deletedMakes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave noa diamond-visible trace (unlike posts). They disappear, so I guess that they are stored in the database. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--thenBut the @reply won'tSE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

Nope. This didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Nope. This didn't work.

Makes sense, since I recall reading that deleted comments leave no trace (unlike posts). They disappear. So any record of you having commented disappears as well--then the @reply won't work.

Looks like comments do leave a diamond-visible trace, so I guess that they are stored in the database. But the SE people have already thought of this and made sure that @replies don't work.

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