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Reflections on my migration journey from Disqus comments #5

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eiriksm opened this issue Mar 13, 2020 · 5 comments
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Reflections on my migration journey from Disqus comments #5

eiriksm opened this issue Mar 13, 2020 · 5 comments

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@eiriksm
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eiriksm commented Mar 13, 2020

Comments for https://eiriksm.dev/migration-from-disqus

@amitaibu
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amitaibu commented Mar 16, 2020

Cool and unorthodox 🍸

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eiriksm commented Mar 16, 2020

Oh my, that comment for sure uncovered an important missing piece: No emojis in my blog comments! 😱

Edit: Now with emoji support! 🐎

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gitressa commented Mar 17, 2020

Nice solution to allow commenting! It of course requires that people sign up with Github, but with the scope of the blog, it probably is not an issue.

Do you know if something like this is possible with Gitlab?

I am looking forward to the next blog post about the how-to, as well as how you plan to store the comments outside of Github. Have a great day!

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eiriksm commented Mar 18, 2020

Yes, good point. Using Github is an option for me on this developer focused blog, but might not be an option for everyone.

Using gitlab should for sure work for the static builds, but unsure about client side updates. That being said: great idea!

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