Integrate with coComment?

I’d love to integrate with coComment

They’ve actually gone ahead and executed an idea that I’ve been kicking around in my head for quite some time now, but never got around to discussing with anyone (forget putting down on paper). There’s only so much that one can do, I guess.

So should one join with an already existing service which seems to have no commercial model at all (is that good or bad?), at least currently,  or re-create one’s own wheel every time with the exact custom circumference, spokes, rims and material that one wants?

I vote for joining in.

This site has been created off a custom code base from Amieo. The blog (what you’re reading) is pretty much customized from / for the same platform. I think integrating with the coComments javascript based meta-attributes platform shouldn’t be that tough. I guess we’ll give it a shot the next time we’re looking at that particular part of the codebase.

I love the fact that coComment has walked the extra mile in creating a Firefox plugin that integrates awesomely with the service. It provides full status bar indicators for whether your comments on this blog will be tracked and even will tell you when any of your blogs have new comments.

Very recommended for Firefox users. And if you don’t use Firefox yet, then what the heck are you waiting for? Get Firefox from the link on the right bar of my site. Now. :)

Shoutouts go out to Chrono Cr@cker for recommending coComment.

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