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dispatching hashtags and mentions in comments #345
yep, it's always easier to not put new functionality on. but this comment feature would be incomplete without it and you just can't retwist-and-comment some posts.
and yes, sometimes you need fork the discussion.
personally I think it's absolutely required. let's see:
if functionality is implemented:
if functionality is not implemented:
I don't know, this is conceptually a bit confuse... So you want to comment the comment... Shouldn't you reply instead?
Let's say you'd just quote the comment (not the original post which is discarded from the second RT). But the comment is something that is not meant to stand by itself, it only makes sense because it is a comment over another twist (which is supposedly a complete idea).
If we don't fork the threads don't we get the benefit of a wider audience to the original post?
when you want to reply you reply, when you want reply with citation you reply with citation. think about it in this paradigm.
you should be able to click on quote and see all related.
it's true but, again, choice is yours.
It looks "hackish" to me to have another signature field that only takes into computation a given subset of the fields. If we add another fields, then we have to decide field-by-field whether they are computed into this special signature or not? We are adding exceptions to an otherwise very simple rule...