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Using GitHub for comments on your blog #2

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gergelyke opened this Issue Oct 6, 2017 · 42 comments

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@gergelyke
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gergelyke commented Oct 6, 2017

@gergelyke gergelyke added the comments label Oct 6, 2017

@yalamber

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yalamber commented Oct 7, 2017

Just Testing

@yalamber

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yalamber commented Oct 7, 2017

It does work 👍

@RubenGuerrero

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RubenGuerrero commented Oct 7, 2017

Oh yeah!

@Wazzaps

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Wazzaps commented Oct 7, 2017

Cool

@jboulhous

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jboulhous commented Oct 7, 2017

Bravo

@lmammino

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lmammino commented Oct 8, 2017

Great idea Gergely. I guess you can add some cache layer to overcome/mitigate the rate limit issue if needed. 😉

@idoco

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idoco commented Oct 8, 2017

Cool! I've done something similar with location based job board - https://github.com/idoco/GitMap

@sandeep1995

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sandeep1995 commented Oct 8, 2017

will i see this?

@jakubrohleder

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jakubrohleder commented Oct 8, 2017

This is supersmart, thanks!

@mishazawa

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mishazawa commented Oct 8, 2017

beer js kyiv

@Wazzaps

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Wazzaps commented Oct 8, 2017

EDIT: This isn't vulnerable, good job!

@third774

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third774 commented Oct 8, 2017

Neato!

@Alxandr

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Alxandr commented Oct 8, 2017

I do the same using a gatsby blog, where I import the comments only during a static build phase. It does mean that the comments on the blog is slow to update, but on the other hand, rate limiting is not an issue.

It also works for people without JS enabled.

@SanderLedegen

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SanderLedegen commented Oct 9, 2017

Interesting concept... 🤔

@yangwao

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yangwao commented Oct 9, 2017

I had this idea how to hijack 'commenting' engine from other platform as well 👯. good choice 😇

@jnj16180340

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jnj16180340 commented Oct 9, 2017

startup company 1
also okay at hosting images and cross-refs #1

@danmarshall

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danmarshall commented Oct 9, 2017

cool idea! Seeing if it supports mentions @gergelyke

@gergelyke

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gergelyke commented Oct 9, 2017

@danmarshall it does! 🎸

@ignatandrei

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ignatandrei commented Oct 10, 2017

yrsd

@bboydflo

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bboydflo commented Oct 10, 2017

Nice!

@gka

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gka commented Oct 10, 2017

funny, I was working on the same problem at exactly the same time! but I ended up using a SQLite db as backend and used Twitter and Github only for authentication.

I like how simple this is! escpecially since you get the nice github markdown editor for free. but I also like having comments on my server so I'm not tied to one particular api.

anyway, nice work!

@jdwallace12

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jdwallace12 commented Oct 10, 2017

ha nice, also Disqus embeds ads now, so I like this method.

@nuc

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nuc commented Oct 10, 2017

cba

@gabrielflorit

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gabrielflorit commented Oct 10, 2017

Interesting idea.

@sivadass

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sivadass commented Oct 14, 2017

Testing...!

@linhuiw

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linhuiw commented Oct 14, 2017

Nice, like this method to comment!

@maxdevjs

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maxdevjs commented Oct 17, 2017

Very well done!

@roganoalien

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roganoalien commented Oct 18, 2017

Great idea, but is there a way to submit the comment from the actual website!?

@gergelyke

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gergelyke commented Oct 18, 2017

you cannot do that, that would mean github is vulnerable against CSRF attacks

@Alxandr

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Alxandr commented Oct 19, 2017

I would think with a "logg in using github" button, and some api magic it would work though? But the user would have to explicitly give permission to the page, so it's not really an attack. Would be kind of cool actually.

@XmlmXmlmX

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XmlmXmlmX commented Oct 19, 2017

cool thing

edit: Does it not work anymore?

@justrag

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justrag commented Oct 20, 2017

Hmmm...

@tamlyn

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tamlyn commented Oct 21, 2017

Never thought you'd get more than 30 comments, huh? 😋

@gergelyke

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gergelyke commented Oct 21, 2017

Indeed! :) as a temporary workaround added per_page=100 - will fix later!

@soulne4ny

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soulne4ny commented Oct 23, 2017

You could also add full story in the issue, not just a link :)

@mustafaismail22

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mustafaismail22 commented Nov 11, 2017

🎉👌

@leecade

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leecade commented Nov 18, 2017

Interesting

@PedroFumero

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PedroFumero commented Jan 2, 2018

It's just a test

@lalitmee

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lalitmee commented Feb 9, 2018

Amazing Idea.

@mrm8488

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mrm8488 commented Feb 19, 2018

Another test from Spain!

@jdanyow

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jdanyow commented Apr 5, 2018

Hi 👋
https://utteranc.es automates the blog-post to issue linking and allows users to post comments without navigating to GitHub 🔥

@jadhavpritish

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jadhavpritish commented Oct 14, 2018

testing github commenting engine.

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