Thursday, December 06, 2007

Comment Problems

Rose gave me the heads up comments aren't being posted. Reason for that is I haven't been receiving them as e- mail for some reason. Checking my comments moderation page, there were about 15 in que, most of which have been posted. I'll see if I mistakenly changed some settings.

6 Comments:

At 10:46 AM, Blogger Fred said...

Looks like it's still set to e-mail me comments and I just received the four comments and this post in my e-mail. Maybe it was just a temporary glitch?

 
At 11:16 AM, Blogger Rose said...

It's not you, it's Blogger. They have a major glitch and it isn't fixed yet. Anonymous Comments are no longer being emailed, comments are no longer being emailed. It definitely affects those who have comment moderation enabled because you won't even know you have comments to moderate.

Blogger is adding a new feature that enables wordpress users and others access/sign-in (Open ID) which is supposed to be a plus, but seems to have resulted in this temporary (we hope) problem.

 
At 11:46 AM, Blogger Fred said...

That's must be it. I just found the last two comments in que. I get e-mailed my comments, but no one else's.

 
At 12:38 PM, Blogger Rose said...

Yeah, I get yours, and anyone else who has a name, but not Anons. It started night before last.

Carol commented on heraldo's blog that she thought you might be mad at her because you weren't letting her comments through. Hopefully she's reading this and will know that it isn't the case. :)

 
At 10:30 PM, Blogger Rose said...

I'm starting to get comments emailed, even the back ones... maybe it's fixed..

Some comment notification emails are not being sent. We are investigating this issue.

Update, 12/6: This has been fixed. — LATEST UPDATE ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 06, 2007

LABELS: comments, email, fixed

Blogger has removed the URL field for unauthenticated comments. Instead, we're rolling out support for OpenID, a technology for "signing" your comments with your own URL. OpenID lets you comment with the URL you want, while preventing others from impersonating you. Blog admins can turn on OpenID now on Blogger in Draft. Learn more. — LATEST UPDATE ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 03, 2007

LABELS: blogger in draft, comments

 
At 1:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

que?

U meen queue.

 

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