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01/01/2007: "Greymatter 1.7.1 has been released"



A new version of the Greymatter blog software greymatter 1.7.1 has just been released and details can be found at the greymatter forums. The update includes some anti spam features as follows:

the number of links in comments are checked and posts are blocked or banned if they are exceeded.

A change has been made to force commentors to preview before posting

Commentors must provide a passphrase before comments are allowed to be posted.

Replies: 16 Comments

on Tuesday, January 2nd, Pete Finnigan said

Comment test of the new anti-spam features

on Tuesday, January 2nd, Pete Finnigan said

test comment 2 - test preview first. First comment went via submit first

on Tuesday, January 2nd, Pete Finnigan said

Third test comment to check what happens when a wrong random number is entered.

on Monday, February 5th, Pete said

4th test comment

on Monday, February 5th, Pete said

5th test comment

on Saturday, February 10th, Pete said

test password comment

on Wednesday, February 14th, Pete said

test authname

on Wednesday, February 14th, Pete said

test author no password

on Thursday, February 15th, Pete said

test auth_pwd

on Thursday, February 15th, Pete said

test auth pwd link creation

on Thursday, February 15th, fred said

test of link to name

on Thursday, February 15th, Emil_test said

test userename with underscore and password

on Thursday, February 15th, Pete Finnigan said

test non author

on Tuesday, February 20th, Another tester said

I would like to test this scrit, i need something new for my 9 year old html/perl site - will i go with php or keep html/php?

Anti-Spam and security are my main goals, but also comment moderation (to be approved ny admin before made public).

:)

on Tuesday, February 20th, Another tester said

Feedback:

I almost left this page after seeing my comment posted on top... but at page end, the was a notice (this is a previw, etc press here to post your comment).

Preview and "POST"-button should be right next to each other (and maybe even preview-commet could have a different background color (like pink)?

Also: there is almost no difference/seperator between comments...

All the best :hehe:

on Sunday, March 11th, Pete Finnigan said

Thanks for your comment, sorry for the delayed response, we have had quite a bit of illness in the family for the last three weeks..:-(

I have changed the comment order, as you suggest, I know, I need to fix the templates so that comments look nicer, just not enough time to do so at the moment.

If you would like to use GM, i would, its a good script, long history, and also being worked on a lot at the moment, in the areas of security, new features, RSS / Atom being added native, pingbacks, draft posts, tags, comment moderation and anti-spam features.

cheers

Pete