Article Comment System Change for transients.info — Disqus

Note that I have modified the method that you can comment on articles on the front page of transients.info. You can now comment using a Disqus account, so you no longer need to be registered and signed into our community Forum.

This means that you won’t be notified by emails if new comments are posted, and notifications will only occur if you interact on Disqus from here on in.

I thought it was a good idea to make this change to enable more people to interact with new articles and not limit participation to just Forum members.

Disqus is one of the most popular commenting systems out there, so for those that comment on a regular basis should already have an account and will likely be logged in when visiting the site.

For those regulars of the Roundtable Forum, see this thread here for more information on how all this works.

Past comments have been migrated over and will exist on all current articles under the new commenting system, Disqus, which is actually the system we had before the last change to the Forum.

This shouldn’t be a big impact for those folk that comment on a regular basis as most of you should have a Disqus account, but hopefully this will encourage others out there to drop by and join in with their points of view and so on.

If you have any questions, just respond here or on the thread mentioned above on our community forum, The Roundtable.

— Laron

  • This is a lot faster to submit as well!

  • Bill Houston

    Thanks Laron…works great!