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Ok, so I am a compulsive mess.

Since I found how to make the ar­ti­cles keep the nice links to the com­ment pages, I just _HAD_ to fix all the pre­vi­ous ar­ti­cles so they do that.

I am sure there is some tem­plate some­where that does that, but... well, I did­n't find it.

But it was nec­es­sary, be­cause I want that if some­one runs in­to any of the old things in the fu­ture, he can find the com­ments about it.

Of course all the ar­ti­cles have more ed­its than com­ments right now, but that may change some­day ;-)

Georg Bauer / 2006-04-03 04:52:

Hmm. Comments on stories are currently not implemented, yet. They will be implemented some day, as it's something I would like to have, too. And the StoryTool isn't templated, as it's layouts are quite simple (the only template that allways is pulled in is BaseRendering.tmpl or BaseTemplate.tmpl). But templating more tools is on the todo, too. Only question is the time of implementation ;-)

Georg Bauer / 2006-04-03 04:53:

Oh, and the PyCS comment system can comment on anything you like - the p parameter carries the identification of your element you want comments on. So you can use the pXXX form with PyDS that denote the comments to weblog postings, the picXXX form for picture comments (the only other tool that currently supports comments) or use some scheme of your on device to identify articles.

Roberto Alsina / 2006-04-03 04:54:

Right now, I just use the comments to the weblog post that references the story, so comments don't get separated.