Posts Tagged ‘Weekly Plugin Review’

Plugin Review: WP Mollom

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March 15th, 2009
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We hate spam. We hate it so much that we always find solutions to spam. So, this week we continue our Weekly Plugin Review series with a review of an Akismet alternative called Mollom. Description: This plugin makes it possible to use the anti-spam services provided by Mollom on your own WordPress blog. What is Mollom? It’s a free anti-spam service that was founded by Dries Buytaert (Drupal) and Benjamin Schrauwen. The plugin can be used as a substitute for Akismet, Defensio, Spam Karma and others. What does it do? Mollom works much like Akismet: comments are sent to a central server which uses intelligent, self-learning algorithms to determine wether or not a comment is spam or not. Spam-classification isn’t a binary process and as a result, common anti-spam services perform bad when handling false positives. Mollom takes care of this. If it can’t clearly classify a comment, it will […]

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Would you like to review plugins on WLTC?

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March 11th, 2009
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It’s been more than two months since we began our Weekly Plugin Review. During this time, we’ve reviewed nine plugins. All of these posts received a good number of comments, with many requesting more features and with others being mini reviews of the commenter’s experience. So, why not take this a step further? Starting this week, we’re going to throw up the Plugin Review process to everyone. How will it work? As you know, every Sunday we pick one plugin to review. e.g. last Sunday, i.e. March 8, we reviewed the Feed Reading Blogroll plugin. After we publish our review, we’ll throw open the review process to all of you. You’ll need to publish a review of the plugin on your blog. Your review should contain a link to the corresponding review post on WLTC. After this, send an email to submissions AT wltc DOT net with the following information: […]

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