adlai: indeed, i'm almost suspecting that the lack of such a comment beforehand suggests that "nobody got much to say", just as i suspect from watching how quiet btc gets whenever there isn't an active spamming
adlai: (btc does seem to be mostly "telegraph", although the encodings aren't quite so cleartext)
adlai punts comment bug for a rainier winter day, since the existing "plug-and-bug" options seem to all require a drastic increase in the amount of www-cancer on the server in question
adlai: fwiw, asciilifeform, would you rather have me sooner implement a comment bug, or an rss spammer?
adlai personally would prefer the answer "neither"; would rather implement guestbook instead of commentbox, and would rather people read at their leisure rather than having to shovel through rsssspam
asciilifeform: what's wrong with ordinary comment box like normalpeople.
adlai: not trivially supportable by my current setup.
adlai: coleslaw does purport to support two different plugins for "comment servers", but that's not trivial!
adlai: so, my preferred route is to implement a plugin enabling leaving comments without a server other than the one already serving the static site
adlai: naturally, moderation will require static site regeneration. the day that this becomes a problem is probably long in the future.
adlai: asciilifeform: how about "We here at Phuctor are dedicated to protecting internet history with a high standard of professional integrity", since it probably boils down to one thing.
asciilifeform: adlai: subj already addressed yrs ago in faq, item X, 3rd from the end
adlai: uh, how is that a response to me, and not to Charlton