[Hpr] Comment system, versus Forums versus disqus versus ...

Cobra2 cobra2 at cctracker.org
Mon Apr 7 07:05:54 PDT 2014

I'm also in favor of the existing forums. 

I think it should be something as simple as a link to the related topic for the episode. 
-- cobra2

On April 7, 2014 7:31:54 AM MDT, Carl D Hamann <carl.hamann at gmail.com> wrote:
>On Sun, Apr 6, 2014 at 5:40 PM, George <sndchaser at cerebralrift.org>
>> Personally, I really dislike Disqus
>I'm also voting against Disqus. Since it has to load a 3rd party
>site's content, it requires javascript. I've heard recently that
>they've started injecting adverts. And I would agree with George that
>the fewer corporate interests with a stake in hpr, the better.
>> On 2014-04-06 02:51, Ken Fallon wrote:
>> So the question is: What is the _best_ way to get/give feedback or
>> discussions on shows ?
>Personally, I've always liked usenet, but that can be difficult with
>fewer and fewer ISPs offering it. Since we already have a forum, I
>think that's our best bet. Integrating into the hpr site could mean
>something as simple as having a link to the forums (possibly straight
>to the relevant topic?) at the bottom of the shownotes saying "Discuss
>this episode"
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