[wp-polyglots] Readable Names plugin with a non-latin alphabet
Sat Sep 18 00:59:50 UTC 2010
yes, you miss something.
1. The name is the most important thing in a conversation. There
are tons of books about the first impression.
2. People, who start a conversation with a understandable name, are
willing to discuss on understandable level.
3. The most people speak only one language. BTW, I live in Germany,
like you do. You know, we have a huge Turkish minority. There
are old ones, who don't speak German, even after 20 years side
by side with you and me. Open your eyes, no polyglots in this
4. You just cannot read alphabets you don't know. "Доктор Бро" is
just not readable for you, if you don't know Russian.
5. If you come to my blog and want to comment, you have to speak my
language. It is obvious. The commenter is always a guest.
6. If you don't respect my rules, you don't want a dialogue with
me. "Talk to the hand!" :-)
7. I hate trolls. Trolls hate grammar. I feed trolls with grammar.
So it's not only about linguistically strangers. My plugin helps
to filter "friends" of CAPS LOCK and 1337 too.
8. The antispam is a side effect only.
9. Grown people write their name always correctly, so you still get
great comments from this group.
I hope you understand, what I mean.
Since starting a Russian rap magazine in the late 2008 I have manually
corrected every not valid author name. Now I have only great commenters.
Look at that meaningful discussion
http://rifmamira.com/2010/09/konceptualnyj-albom/#comments It works in
my special case. I'm happy with that.
>From now on the plugin will check the names. I have more time to write
This tool is not for everybody. I just share that (new?) way of think
with other bloggers, who want to write and discuss in their own
17.09.2010, 23:49 +0200 info at code-styling.de:
> Hi Anatol,
> I don't see the value doing so. If my commenter's are coming from all over
> the world, they have the right to write their names as they want even if
> this is a foreign language. I would ban also comments from non spam guest
> which won't retry but left such a restrictive site at the first "you have
> to..." screen.
> Furthermore, if the blog runs at more than one language can be switched
> between, your plugin have to provide a per language limitation, if it claims
> to be helpful.
> Please let me know, where the value is. Did I miss something ?
> Because spam blocking will be done at a much more better way than this.
> Best regards
> Heiko Rabe
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