Perhaps I'm nitpicking too much, but if the site is going to write a comment for me I'd like the grammar to be correct.
For instance, if I select a possible duplicate for a question, the site, on my behalf, posts:
possible duplicate of Another question?
I see two problems there.
- The first letter of the sentence should be capitalized.
- My comment takes on the ending punctuation of the question title. I'm not asking a question; I'm making a statement.
I'd like to see it, at minimum, say:
Possible duplicate of "Another question?".
Finally, the language is a bit awkward, as the sentence skips the subject and goes straight to the predicate. I see the value of the brevity, but I don't think adding a short subject would be that terrible. This would leave us with something like:
This question is a possible duplicate of "Another question?".
Is this too much to ask?