Alex Blaze

Register to comment on the Bilerico Project

Filed By Alex Blaze | July 23, 2009 3:30 PM | comments

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Tags: blogging, internet

For a variety of reasons, there are lots of new readers on the Bilerico Project this month. Welcome! Here's some information about commenting on the Bilerico Project.

If you're unregistered and try to leave a comment, it will have to be approved by someone on the editorial team here at the Bilerico Project. But if you register to comment, they'll appear automatically.

Instead of just leaving a comment, click "Sign in or create an account to comment," just above the "Name" field. Follow the steps to register, and then leave a comment. We'll approve your account after your first comment and you'll be able to participate in discussions here a lot faster.

This helps reduce the spam we get here at the Bilerico Project, which, without our filters in place, would be an awful problem (we receive several hundred spam comments a day).

Thanks for registering, and I'll see you in the comments.

Also, if you've had trouble registering, please leave a comment and we'll get that sorted out.

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We want to know your opinion on this issue! While arguing about an opinion or idea is encouraged, personal attacks will not be tolerated. Please be respectful of others.

The editorial team will delete a comment that is off-topic, abusive, exceptionally incoherent, includes a slur or is soliciting and/or advertising. Repeated violations of the policy will result in revocation of your user account. Please keep in mind that this is our online home; ill-mannered house guests will be shown the door.

Only problem, please set up another way to register. Using Wordpress it won't keep you automatically entered as most registered sites do.
Why can't we register with facebook page? and link too. HuffPo, WaPo, and now 365 Gay News. use that type.

We don't use Wordpress - we use Movable Type, the same as HuffPo. :)

The system that they use where you can login with Facebook is coming. We're in the process of redesigning the site and that functionality is already in the new works.

Testing my new unlimited power.

Wield it carefully, young Wilber.

Rick Elliott | July 24, 2009 3:30 AM

Please create an account for me. I enjoy responding to the articles.
Rick Elliott

You already have an account, Rick. Your username is "Rick Elliott" The password is the one you chose when you signed up.