local comments

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local comments are comments that are made directly (locally) on a post in the UI of the site serving the post, instead of posting a reply post on an indieweb site and sending a webmention.

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Known (optionally) supports local comments using almost the same mechanism as comments received by webmentions. A local comment is given its own permalink URL, where it is the top-level item on the page, on the receiving site.

gRegor Morrill

gRegor Morrill supports local comments on gregorlove.com (again) as of 2016-03-21. Local comments were accepted previously from 2002 to 2015. The hiatus was due to switching from Nucleus to ProcessWire and working on making local comments work more seamlessly with the ProcessWire webmention plugin.

  • Uses CSRF token protection.
  • Uses Akismet, logging likely spam comments; no comment moderation.
  • Uses an extra, hidden form input to prevent spam. If the form field is filled in, the comment is rejected with HTTP 403.

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