Conventional comments for code review

You might know the conventional commits specification. It's "a lightweight convention on top of commit messages".

For example, you start the commit message with fix: and that signals you are fixing something and not introducing a new feature. feat: is reserved for new features, and so on.

But did you hear about conventinal comments?

Conventional Comments is a standard for formatting comments of any kind of review/feedback process, such as code reviews.

Reviewing and providing feedback is something I've been doing a lot lately. And ever since, I've been thinking about how to phrase my comments better and overcome language and knowledge level differences.

I'll give this a try.