So recently I got a comment on one of my old answers.
When I wrote the answer I didn't know too much about writing scopes in any programming language (I still don't). I did my research and posted my conclusions of my findings, with links and everything. Now this commenter comes by and says, that I am mistaken. That Canonical isn't trying to push C to program scopes as their premier language but C++.
I rechecked my sources and couldn't find any mention of C++. So I got back to the commenter and asked why he thinks it's C++ and not C. On this he made a general statement about what C and C++ is and isn't and changed my answer to support his view: that Canonical is push C++ programmed scopes.
Now, I'd just change my answer back to my version and flag the comments as off-topic. But since this a 10k+ user I wanted to double check how to react. Also I found it strange that all of a sudden his two comments had gotten up-votes.
I don't even care about C or C++, I want (my/the?) answer be as factually correct as possible.