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CommentsTrack - Draft 1.txt sent out to Helge.

Wasn't easy, but I think I put it all together. Now I'm waiting for his answer what he thinks of it. I'm sure he has several things to add. After that we will released it here in the blog for public revision.

Fascinating how the idea grows and grows, more and more possible scenarios how to use it come to my mind. Hopefully you all will think the same way. We'll see.

Jan - 17. August 2004 - 7:47 am | Add your comment

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  1. Jan - 17. August 2004 - 9:39 pm
    Just added better conditionalGet to the software - litte test.
  2. Murphy - 24. August 2004 - 11:22 pm
    1. I dont know how CommentsTrack will work, but if youre going to invent a new protocol, dont repeat the mistake that was made with trackback - add charset information.
    2. Your comments dont work if you have apostrophes in your text.
  3. Jan - 25. August 2004 - 4:53 pm
    1. Very good point to add charset information. Don't know if it will be necessary, but good that you mentioned it.
    2. Grr, my fault. Fixed it.

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CommentsTrack is a function that makes it easy to track all comments you have posted anywhere on the web with the help of RSS.

See the project wiki for the current state of the project. It will eventually be available as features or plugins for all major weblog software such as MoveableType and Wordpress and as stand-alone script for use on your webserver.

CommentsTrack is based on an idea by Helge Fahrnberger which was taken up by Jan Piotrowski who created this site. If you think CommentsTrack is a good idea, please contribute and spread the word!