Sunday, July 16, 2006


As I mentioned before, I have been frustrated with coComment, as only comments by coComment users are tracked.  (But also blogs that have the coComment javascript will have the comments tracked).

I have decided to try co.mments.  If a user clicks the co.mments link, their services will track comments, without users entering other comments having to do anything special.

I wrote a plugin for LifeType to automatically add the co.mments links for each post.  I am interested in seeing how well this works.  I don't know how well it will parse the comments.  If they define some tags to be put in the comments, I will modify the plugin. 

Right now it is check into svn, I will update the wiki as soon as it is posted on sourceforge.

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