As we all can see, we've got new users who are looking active. Signs are good and vivid with good questions being asked by many new as well as few long-time-here users. That said, the few of the posts are getting many of the comments which would get deleted as "being chatty" on other SE sites.
In the same context I had asked a question when I got my first Deputy badge here at TGO. Are we more disciplined here than at StackOverflow? Or Are we a bit ignorant here when flagging comments?
I feel that getting user involved in communications (which sometimes get a bit chatty) is good for us as of now.
Say for an example, a new user will love to get a "Good one mate, +1 for xyz point in the answer", and would rather may get inspired to try and answer/question more, ultimately getting the activity on this site. Even I many a times appreciate a good question by a comment, and do the same for an answer by saying "Good, +1 for this and that..", which I believe is fine (as of now), rather than having a cut-throat approach like restraining myself from putting "a +1 comment" it being "too chatty".
Or should we start flagging such comments and refrain ourselves from making such comments, so the clean-up wouldn't take long?