Comments Now Require Registration

In light of the increased comment activity on this blog (which I think is awesome), it’s become a challenge keeping track of who’s who when so many people are named “anonymous.” So, comments now require registration. You can post if you have a Google or Blogger account, or if you have an account with any of the services provided through Open ID.

Remember, keep it civil and no personal attacks.

Thank you everyone for your enthusiasm for Downtown Denver!

By | 2010-01-13T19:56:15+00:00 August 2, 2008|Categories: Miscellaneous|10 Comments

10 Comments

  1. Johnnie August 2, 2008 at 1:41 pm

    ofcourse, there are always ways of getting around this

    j/k this is only a one time thing for comic relief

  2. lindstromcos August 2, 2008 at 3:45 pm

    can't wait for the final product. Also testing to see if my sign up worked.

  3. lindstromcos August 2, 2008 at 5:09 pm

    Well at least you know your web site has exploded with popularity if people are blowing up the blog. Better to have many comment than 1 or two a week. Hopefully the blog overload is a sign of out building overload in Denver. Kepp up the great work Infill guys…

  4. Ryan Nee August 3, 2008 at 12:34 pm

    Thanks Ken!

  5. BruceQ August 3, 2008 at 1:27 pm

    Sheesh, there's one in every crowd (anon 11:41), isn't there? 🙂

    I like it, Ken! Might cut down the quantity a little, but will almost certainly enhance the quality.

    And, in case nobody's said it this week, Thanks for all you do! I have a really good idea of the number of hours you spend on this site… You rock, Ken!

  6. Freddie August 3, 2008 at 7:50 pm

    The problem I have is that now I'm forced to do a blog thing if I want to post here. I have had these before just for posting here. But I don't actually blog (What is a regular guy like me going to blog about? what I had for dinner? and for what audience?) I think if you don't actually blog, they take your account away due to inactivity and let someone else have it. My last account was michael. But one day (yet again) my password stopped working for it. Thinking perhaps I forgot my password, I did the "forgot my password" process and had google email it to me. Sure enough it was emailed to some strange address I never heard of.

    Not sure what the deal is. Maybe I'll just have to blog about what I ate for dinner every couple weeks or so to prove I'm still active. ???

    Anyway, enough bitching. I hope this idea works. I hope Denver Infill becomes an oasis of civilization again. This site rocks.

  7. Eric August 3, 2008 at 10:48 pm

    testing 123

  8. Saint August 4, 2008 at 11:12 am

    Freddie, if you open a gmail account, you can use the same password for blogger and they won't close it out for not using. And since gmail and blogger merged, I don't think they close out accounts anyways for not blogging.

  9. Ryan Nee August 4, 2008 at 1:26 pm

    Plus, Gmail is a delight.

    It makes my Microsoft Entourage at work seem like a clunky pile of dripping garbage.

  10. Freddie August 4, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    Hilarious! My profile has a few extra views. I bet it was a couple of you people checking to see if I really have a what-i-ate-for-dinner blog.

    you're probably right saint. I don't know what the deal is. Maybe it wasn't the lack of blogging so much as the lack of not logging in. I would only use it to post – never visit it. All I know is they have twice given my account to someone else. Either that or some glitch causes them to assign the wrong email address.

    Anyway, it seems Ken's change is working out so far.

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