Now you can write comments on my pages!
I only allow comments from logged-in users.
Of course, you don't want to create yet another web account that you have
to remember the password for.
I understand that.
I don't want to administrate yet another user database either.
The solution is OpenID.
Now one account, in a central place you select, is
enough for any number of web sites!
(or one for each pseudonym you choose to use).
Maybe you don't even have to create a single account — chances
are you have one already!
If you have an account at e.g.
you can use that!
If not, there is
a rather long list
of providers that you can use.
Since I am the geek I am, I don't use any ready-made blogging
My pages are static html, built width XSLT.
The comments are stored in a separate system, which I've written on the
Comments are loaded onto each page by a little
are available as an
<object> instead, and failing that as a
link to a separate page).
For a small service like this, django was very nice to work with.
Python continues to be a programming language I
enjoy, even if it's still rather new to me.