Topic: https://www.remarkbox.com/finally-a-disqus-alternative.html

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unverified 1y, 132d ago

Jejdnenenen

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unverified 1y, 132d ago

jk

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kaushalmodi 1y, 132d ago

Testing inline

a = b
c = d
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9K01SyPz 1y, 132d ago
VM78:1 Uncaught ReferenceError: b is not defined
    at <anonymous>:1:1
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Russell 1y, 132d ago

lol

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'b' is not defined
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kaushalmodi 1y, 126d ago

Interesting.. shouldn't I have received an email notification when @9K01SyPz replied to me? I just happened to wander back to this area and realized that someone replied to my comment.

Also, if someone registered with Remarkbox, it would be nice if doing an @ reference like above would send them an email. WDYT?

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Russell 1y, 126d ago

These are both great ideas!

  1. @ mentions
  2. optional email notifications when you get a reply

I see you added both to the meta forum, thank you!

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unverified 1y, 130d ago

Testing testing 123

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unverified 1y, 129d ago

youou

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unverified 1y, 129d ago

Hello there!

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unverified 1y, 114d ago

Im gonna try this out and see if its any good

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unverified 1y, 110d ago

How are you?

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unverified 1y, 79d ago

test2 bold

echo helloworld

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0iDw3uhe 1y, 14d ago [edited]

Hello there Hello there

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unverified 1y, 6d ago

TEST!

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unverified 361d, 6h ago

heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeloooooooooooooo :-)

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unverified 355d, 3h ago

asd

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unverified 355d, 3h ago

TESTING VERIFICATION

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unverified 340d, 11h ago

test

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unverified 338d, 10h ago

Let's see how this works...I like the idea of this! Trying to come up with an option for my site. Can this return comment counts to a main blog page ?

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Russell 298d, 1h ago

Yup, for example: https://my.remarkbox.com/ns/russell.ballestrini.net/stats.json although the API for this might change in the future.

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unverified 335d, 4h ago

Testin

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unverified 298d, 14h ago

Hello you all

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unverified 267d, 6h ago

Oh mama mia

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Remarkbox 267d, 5h ago

: )

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unverified 260d, 12h ago

It's all getting so complicated.

Now we have

GDPR

Yuk! to deal with.

That's people wanting you to tell them all the info you hold on them - all their stupid-personally revealing comments etc.

Plus you have to delete it all on request.

So a nightmare for comments system operators.

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unverified 232d, 21h ago

Don't care about the privacy - basic human rights - of the "stupid person[s]" who provide your biz? That's the reason for the GDPR.

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unverified 256d, 5h ago

test

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unverified 256d, 5h ago

dsasdasdsdas

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unverified 232d, 3h ago

jhvjhvv,mvvvggchngcmncmnvv,hv

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unverified 207d, 6h ago

Just testing this out

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unverified 207d, 6h ago

hi there

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unverified 186d, 5h ago

What the hey

yo

yo

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unverified 130d, 6h ago

کامنت تست

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unverified 100d, 17h ago

This is my comment. And it will be long:

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way—in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.[2]

In 1775, a man flags down the nightly mail-coach on its route from London to Dover. The man is Jerry Cruncher, an employee of Tellson's Bank in London; he carries a message for Jarvis Lorry, a passenger and one of the bank's managers. Lorry sends Jerry back to deliver a cryptic response to the bank: "Recalled to Life." The message refers to Alexandre Manette, a French physician who has been released from the Bastille after an 18-year imprisonment. Once Lorry arrives in Dover, he meets with Dr. Manette's daughter Lucie and her governess, Miss Pross. Lucie has believed her father to be dead, and faints at the news that he is alive; Lorry takes her to France to reunite with her father.

In the Paris neighbourhood of Saint Antoine, Dr. Manette has been given lodgings by his former servant Ernest Defarge and his wife Therese, owners of a wine shop. Lorry and Lucie find him in a small garret, where he spends much of his time making shoes--a skill he learned in prison--which he uses to distract himself from his thoughts and which has become an obsession for him. He does not recognise Lucie at first but does eventually see the resemblance to her mother through her blue eyes and long golden hair, a strand of which he found on his sleeve when he was imprisoned. Lorry and Lucie take him back to England.

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unverified 99d, 3h ago

test

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unverified 82d, 19h ago

why me

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unverified 76d, 2h ago

ccscdscdsvdsvds

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unverified 74d, 12h ago

Hello

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unverified 57d, 18h ago

can i embed remarkbox into my mobile apps?

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Russell 55d, 22h ago

It works anywhere which supports HTML (Javascript is a nice to have but not a need to have)

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unverified 35d, 16h ago

test comment

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