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For questions about the removal of comments--could refer to when or why a comment is to be removed.

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This is what happened: There was a long thread of comments (before yours) that was flagged and subsequently moved to chat by a moderator. An automatically-generated comment was left behind, saying " …
answered Jul 17 '17 by ff524
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Unfortunately, moderators cannot move comments to chat more than once per post. If people continue to engage in discussion after there's already an automatically-generated comment that says "Comments …
answered Jan 31 '18 by ff524
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When someone is being rude, instead of replying with a rude comment of your own, flag the comment as either "rude or offensive" or "not constructive." (I can see from your flagging history that you kn …
answered Jan 14 '15 by ff524
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I was the moderator that deleted your comment. StrongBad's answer explains the reason very well. I would just elaborate on the following: Of course as you are probably aware, there are tons of com …
answered Dec 15 '17 by ff524
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Users of this site sometimes flag comments that say Thank you or +1, good answer for moderator deletion as 'too chatty.' There are varying opinions on MSE as to when such comments shou …
asked Dec 28 '14 by ff524
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And for the last 2-3: could you write them (I don't have access to them) and present some rationale? I think it's useful for the the community to see what kinds of comments get flagged, and why. …
answered Sep 11 '15 by ff524
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To expand on StrongBad's answer, here are some reasons why questions or complaints about moderator actions belong here on meta, not in comments on the main site: As meta posts, they have visibility …
answered Sep 21 '16 by ff524
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Questions on Academia.SE are often closed, and then reopened after they have been edited and improved (either by the original poster or by other users). Usually this involves an extended discussion in …
asked Nov 28 '14 by ff524
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These without a doubt meet the criteria for deleting comments: they offer nothing of value to either the author of the post or to future readers. These are meta-comments about the potential clos …
answered Dec 14 '14 by ff524