Previous, all my websites were using a content management system called Wordpress, which had full support for user contributed comments. In late 2015, I migrated most of my websites off of Wordpress and onto Jekyll, a static website generator. Since Jekyll only produces static pages, it has no support for processing comments.

There are ways to implement comments in Jekyll, typically by using Javascript to connect to a separate commenting web application or using a 3rd party commenting system. However, I decided just to let go of comments in general. Due to the increasing volumes of spam and the unreliability of spam filters (both for allowing spam and for flagging false positives), I decided it just wasn’t worth the trouble.

I’m thankful for everyone who has contributed to my websites and I didn’t want to remove all the contributions I had already received. That’s why all the previous comments have been preserved.

If you have questions or comments, you can communicate with me directly. If you have any contributions or corrections, please include your website, facebook page, twitter name, github username, etc. if you wish to be accredited.