Comentario is a fast and powerful free comment server for web pages, written in Go.
Since the latest pre-release:
- For the first time in its history, the product has almost 100% end-to-end test coverage, which will guarantee every single change comes regression-free.
- Numerous bugfixes as a result of the previous item.
- The Dashboard has been redesigned: views and comments are now two distinct charts, pages and users feature new “background” charts:
- Dropped support for the obsolete PostgreSQL 9.x, added support for the version 16.
- Domain properties: added protocol dropdown for choosing between
- Profile: added website URL.
- Static config: added PostgreSQL version and the backend server time.
- Disqus import: fixed handling of “named anonymous” users.
- Embed: comment time is now a permalink to that comment.
- Embed: Markdown Help popup is replaced with a doc link.
Changes from the pre-release versions (since 2.3.1):
- A whole new database model.
- Domain user roles.
- System-wide superuser privilege.
- Static and dynamic Comentario configurations.
- User banning.
- Extended moderation settings (flagging comments containing a link or an image, or those left by recently registered users).
- Extensions checking comments for spam or toxic content (Akismet, APILayer SpamChecker, Perspective).
- Much more elaborate view statistics (only gathering, for now).
- Domain-wide page and comment lists.
- User avatars upload.
- Login via Facebook.
- Non-interactive Single Sign-On.
- Images in comments.
- Setting for disabling links in comments.
- Setting for the front page content.
.rpmpackages, installing Comentario as a
See CHANGELOG for a complete list of changes.
You can see the new version, as well as its Administrative UI (login with email
admin@admin and password
admin), on the demo website:
If you’re interested in trying out the new version, you can start with these documentation pages: