We temporarily disable comments using JetPack

In view of the changes we are making to the design of the blog, we have temporarily disabled the use of comments through JetPack, so from now on, you can use two ways to comment:

Putting our data manually:

Or by registering on the site to collect the data from our profile:

We are looking at how to integrate in the native comments of the blog, the synchronization with third-party services such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and others, without the need to make use of JetPack. In addition to the consumption that we would save, we would not have the need to request an order from another site (as it currently happens) to access the comment form.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, and we hope you understand that these changes are only made to improve your experience using our site.

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  1.   Gadi said

    Hallelujah. I never liked Jetpack. I think there are enough plugins to connect using certain services, surely you will find one that suits your needs 🙂

  2.   Manual of the Source said

    Hallelujah! Let's see if I can already use the nested comments ...

    1.    Manual of the Source said


      1.    Manual of the Source said

        AT LAST! OH YEAH! 😀

        1.    Manual of the Source said

          Not that I hate JetPack, but I hope whoever created your comment module will rot in Hell. 🙂

          1.    Carlos-Xfce said

            This extension (plugin) was created by Automattic: the team that created WordPress itself.

          2.    Manual of the Source said

            @Carlos-Xfce: Damn the time that Saint Matt happened to give life to that monster. ¬¬

          3.    Manual of the Source said

            @Carlos-Xfce: I mean JetPack, not my beloved WordPress. 😉

          4.    Rayonant said

            hahahahaha, well long live the nested comments!

            1.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

              HAHAHAHA 😀

        2.    KZKG ^ Gaara said


    2.    davidlg said

      I'm going to try the nested comments, since they didn't work for me either

  3.   Rots87 said

    everything is to improve the blog 😉

  4.   jamin samuel said


  5.   Yoyo Fernandez said


  6.   Giskard said

    I like this way of commenting better, that is, with an assigned account.
    This site is getting better every day !!! I congratulate you! 😀

  7.   Hyuuga_Neji said

    testing post (without jetpack)

  8.   Hyuuga_Neji said

    It seems that it is still giving pachanga with the userAgent but if at the beginning when they had it in the sidebar if it recognized Debian ???

    1.    Manual of the Source said

      You have misconfigured your user agent, check out esto.

      At first you saw the Debian logo because the widget of the sidebar It didn't work and it only showed that logo regardless of the system you used.

      By the way, now that you are with the development of the new design, I reiterate this recommendation I made to avoid so many questions about user agents.

      1.    Manual of the Source said

        Heck first link wrong, correct one is this.

        The second is fine but the floating bar does not show my comment, you have to do a little scroll upwards. In case you needed more work, that's another thing to correct, KZKG ^ Gaara, Hahaha.

        1.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

          Oh yeah right, you have to scroll up a bit ... mmm we'll see if it can be solved, because when a link to a comment is opened directly, I don't think there's a way to tell it to go to the comment but go 20px higher 🙁

      2.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

        When the construction worker exits it means that the UserAgent was not recognized, and the worker's PNG has a link to the post: From Linux it detects which distro you use to visit it

        It would only be necessary to add that text that you suggest or something like that 😉 or not?

        1.    Manual of the Source said

          I would say that that text would appear under all the logos, because there are many who complain that it shows them the wrong distro (mostly Ubuntu when using Mint, or the guy who said to use Arch and showed them Windows, etc.).

    2.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

      Still having trouble commenting? O_O

  9.   msx said

    At last I receive again the notifications of response to my comments and the notifications about new comments!
    Please, leave it so it's perfect 🙂

    1.    jamin samuel said

      Super Ok ..

    2.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

      HAHAHA yes yes, the safest thing is that it stays like this ... 99% probability that we leave it like that 😉

      1.    Hugo said

        I add my vote to keep the option of local accounts. Since Jetpack began to be used, on more than one occasion I have sent comments that have not come out (I suppose because of slow connection problems, proxies, whatever)

        And I take the opportunity to highlight a detail that someone already commented in the post about the design change: a separating line between comments would be useful, or something like that that highlights a little more the limit between one and the other.

        1.    Hugo said

          By the way, at the moment what is the difference between "reader" and "user" (maybe it should be "user")?

          1.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

            HAHAHA you go ahead hahaha, we will explain these changes in a post that tomorrow or the day after tomorrow we will post haha.
            At the moment, Reader = Reader or visiting user, User = User registered on the site.

          2.    msx said

            Will the user be the one registered on the site and the reader that eventual reader?

            1.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

              The user is the one who is registered on the site, the reader is the visitor (casual or not) but who is not registered.

          3.    msx said

            This having pages open for a long time ...
            It's tremendous, but I can't get off the 30 open tabs at once, I go crazy, arrghhh !!! hahaha

        2.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

          Yes, I think each comment should be more clearly delimited ... we'll see what is decided at the end, because we must freeze this version of the theme once and for all hahaha.

          1.    Manual of the Source said

            Freeze? So long using Debian has affected you. What's wrong with a theme rolling release? 😉

            1.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

              HAHAHA is that a version of the theme must be frozen, to work on the new one.
              Even though I prefer the theme to be rolling ... the partner who helped us programming the theme prefers it to be through stable and development versions.

          2.    Manual of the Source said

            Before you "cool down" (as a bad translation out there said) the design, another suggestion occurred to me: one of the many things I liked about the previous topic was that, when an editor commented on an entry that he himself had typed, regardless of your user rank, your comments were highlighted in magenta. It occurs to me that this function could be recovered, changing the text that now appears to the authors by "editor", the same in its blue background, and making the author of the entry have a text that says "author" in a magenta background , so.

            There I also translated "user" by "user" because it seems incongruous that some texts are in Spanish and others in English.

            1.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

              Oh the idea is not bad 😀
              I write it down in the ToDo for the next version of the theme 🙂

          3.    Manual of the Source said

            I see that they applied my recommendation. 😀

            But the blue tones of the editors and authors are very similar and are confused. Why not give the authors the magenta background and the editors the dark blue background as in the montage I made? So they are much easier to identify.

            1.    elav said

              Yep, your recommendation and that of other users. Already KZKGGaara is writing an article about it ..

          4.    jamin samuel said

            Hey guys .. When are you going to enlarge or change the sources of the comments?

            I don't know what type of font this is, but it is very uncomfortable to read like this, it takes a little more plump and chubby fonts ... (it's an opinion) ..

            Greetings to all 😉

            And for Yoyo -> Solusdos xD ahahaha

            1.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

              We already enlarged them O_O.

  10.   hackloper775 said

    It's perfect like this

  11.   Enrique said

    why don't they use disqus? OR:

    1.    Manual of the Source said

      It is much less customizable, and also, what benefit can it bring?

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