Greetings fellow ELU enthusiasts!
For some many months now, it seems a particular user here, has nothing better to do with their time, than follow me around on ELU and comment whenever they get the chance on most things I say.
Their comments are mostly passive aggressive, and almost always seeking to elicit some kind of negative response from myself.
In isolation the individual comments just appear almost pointless, but there is most certainly a pattern.
I am trying to figure out if there is an easy way either for myself or a moderator, to review all the comments this person has addressed to me, or to answers I have made.
The sum total of these would I am sure show a marked degree of harassment.
The childish behavior wastes my time as I get comment notifications and can not see this particular individual has commented until I view the comment, and also serves to clutter questions with comments needlessly.
By way of research, I have checked out if there is a feature to ignore such users, and it appears there is not. I did find this Ignore Users Script - an ignore users script which I will explore.
This question however relates specifically to identifying comments by this user addressed to me, or in my answers. If there is anyway to easily catalogue them, so that I can then submit them to a moderator for review.
As I say individually the comments are just obviously giving incorrect advice, or seemingly pointless, but the pattern, will almost certainly demonstrate harassment.
The main motivation for me asking this question is that I think on a point of principle if someone wants to waste their own time that is fine, but they should not be permitted to waste the time of other people who happen to be busy but enjoy fruitful questioning and answering on ELU.