Ok, I've just enabled my ocomments plugin for pyblosxom on this blog.
ocomments is a hacked version of the comments plugin that keeps track of users and lets me approve users and posts individually. Hopefully it will let me keep the blog spam free while letting regular posters comment freely.
Eventually I'll add some features so that regular posters can also approve posts, but that's down the road a bit.
Posted by Daniel Arbuckle on 2006-09-18 at 10:06.
Good luck with the spam prevention :)
Posted by Daniel Arbuckle on 2006-09-18 at 12:27.
Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3
Posted by Marius Gedminas on 2006-09-18 at 14:38.
I use pyblosxom for my blog. Initially I was very happy with it, but later I became somewhat disillusioned. There's too much effort required to set up things like spam-proof comments, tags, or through- the-web posting (which is why my blog doesn't have any of those ;).
Posted by Tracy Teal on 2006-09-18 at 15:04.
I'll help Grig with the heckling.
Posted by titus brown on 2006-09-18 at 15:59.
Marius, it took a bit to set up, but I'm fairly happy with everything. I had to hack on the tags, and of course I'm using a different comments plugin, and I'm using reST and darcs to post via emacs and my laptop file system, but the point is that I **could** do all of those things ;)
Posted by Tristan on 2006-09-18 at 17:08.
Shouldn't you be doing those thesis revisions? Shouldn't I be doing experiments?