Fixed delayed comment problem

WP-Cache and Spam Karma had an incompatibility. It made it so that when you post a comment to my blog, there was a delay of an hour before you see the comment. Spam Karma 2.3 RC1 fixed that problem.



  1. Derek says:

    So, if my blog ever gets to be read by anyone, Spam Karma 2.3 RC1 is something I could use? Or is it not, since I only have a bare bones free wordpress blog?

    … (*stop to read the Spam Karma website before bothering Lee with a question that I can answer in a minute with a minimum of effort*) …

    It seems this is only for folks who host their own wordpress blogs. So the answer to my above question would be, “no.”

    … (*check what wordpress has to say*) …

    I’ve decided I’m not going to worry about it until I have a reason to worry about it.

    Thanks, Lee. You’ve been very helpful!

  2. Lee says:

    Spam Karma is for WordPress and not Livejournal (your blog). (which is a blogging service that uses WordPress, just to be clear) uses Akismet by default but I like SK better as I’ve seen less spam with it. If you’re on, you can use either SK or Akismet.

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