May. 8th, 2017 10:15 pm
wrog: (wmthumb)
[personal profile] wrog
So, wow, it's been 15 years. And yours truly is Not Actually Illegal in the Russian Federation (at least, not so far as I know and not yet).

But I'm still joining the Exodus to Dreamwidth because, well, fuck every last bit of that noise (also, fuck the ads, and maybe also fuck brad, while I'm at it...).

In other news, I learned enough of the API to fix the cross references in my journal to all point to Dreamwidth so that you can painlessly follow my various n-part series which might possibly be continuing; we'll see. (I may be sufficiently annoyed to change all of cross references on the LJ side as well, whee...)

Now I just need to turn off commenting on the LJ side (just c'mon over — or if you don't want to do the wholesale move, just create an account and claim your LJ OpenID (note that some of you who've already moved here still need to do that...)

Date: 2017-05-09 06:02 am (UTC)
solarbird: (Default)
From: [personal profile] solarbird

Date: 2017-05-09 06:57 am (UTC)
solarbird: (Lecturing)
From: [personal profile] solarbird
All new echoed posts are set to disallow replies in the crosspost from Dreamwidth. That's built in functionality in the Dreamwidth echoing service, and will let you throw a link over to the Dreamwidth version for commenting.

For old posts, I've set my global journal comments settings to "only friends can post comments" and "all comments are screened." And I think I threw on an ugly captcha just to make life harder.

Date: 2017-05-09 07:03 am (UTC)
solarbird: (Lecturing)
From: [personal profile] solarbird
Go here and see if "Disable comments on crossposts made to other sites" is checked.

If it is, but comments on new crossposts are still being enabled, then idk.

Date: 2017-05-09 07:13 am (UTC)
solarbird: justice rains on your face (pharah)
From: [personal profile] solarbird
Whelp, then, sorted. Cool.

Date: 2017-05-09 12:27 pm (UTC)
nosrednayduj: pink hair (Default)
From: [personal profile] nosrednayduj
I seem to be too lazy to bother to import my journal from LJ. Not sure if there's any point to the open id thing if I'm not importing. On the other hand eventually I might want to do it, cuz periodically I actually look at old posts when I'm trying to figure out what year we took a trip or something, so maybe I should do that.

Does the importer thing have an "end date" to set in the import? I've been x-posting my stuff, and don't want duplicates to show up.


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