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UPDATE: coComment service is no longer operational, so this plugin is no longer of any practical use. The source is provided just as a reference for archives.

 

I’ve been using coComment for quite sometime now, have seen its pros & cons, it wasn’t upto the least standards that I’d have liked it to be at but everything improves with time and now it certainly is much much better than what it was when I started using it about a month or two back.

But still there are a few quirks, not every blog platform is supported, however those guys are really working up on improving it. They’ve also specified a Javascript API for unsupported or partially supported blog platforms which bloggers can use in their respective blogs to have coComment fully supported. Unfortunately WordPress is also not fully supported by coComment. So I decided to remedy that by allowing an easy integration of coComment.

Presenting the iG:CoComment plugin, that will integrate coComment into your WordPress blog without any pain and frustration. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Originally written for a friend’s blog to let him integrate coComment without modifying his theme templates, I decided that this plugin will indeed do good to a lot of others, so I’m hereby releasing it as a free software under the favoured GNU GPL. ๐Ÿ™‚

Full instructions & other trivia are neatly packed in a README file in the download package. For support (I doubt there will be any required) you can post comments here or post on its thread at the WordPress forums located at http://wordpress.org/support/topic/70960. But please don’t duplicate posts here and at the WordPress forums thread, have patience after posting your comment, I’m not around 24×7 checking my blog and/or WordPress forums. ๐Ÿ™‚

iG:CoComment v0.5 source available on GitHub here.