I wanted to comment on blog post this morning. It is hosted on blogs.gnome.org, which requires me to login or create an account. I tried to create an account but it refused because my email is invalid. Google helped me to find that to request a blog we need a gtk.org, gimp.org or gnome.org email alias so I guess this is the same.
What is the point of having a blog where only a few people can comment on ?
Regarding the blog post itself, I wonder how it was installed. It looks like this is the proprietary version as it as usb support. Virtualbox now works fine without usbfs support so I guess some service is wrongly mounting it. And at the wrong place.
Update: as Pavel wrote in a comment, this would be a choice of the author of this specific blog, not the platform. I still think this choice is very wrong.
Maybe they should just change the filter to prevent anyone from .*kde.* to comment :).
its not a problem of blogs.gnome.org, but of the particular blog(or even the particular post).<br>Wordpress allow restricting the comments on per-post basis. You can disable commenting/ require registration/ allow commenting without restrictions.
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