Yes, I am hopeful there would be less SPAM comments to the blogs moving forward. I had been having a huge number of spam comments which are no way related to the site’s content. I tried to reduce the spam comments in many ways and every time I login to write a blog post, I would see lots of comments in queue held for moderation. Having patiently done that for over a year, I finally disabled comments to all of my blogs few months back. Now I have re-enabled comments to my blogs and this time I have enabled comments using Disqus.
Will look forward how this goes and hopefully makes easier for readers to post their replies..
I wanted to share some news about this Blog. Last week this blog was added to the list of blogs in SQL PASS Blog Directory.
I am thrilled to have this blog listed in it, since the list contains highly regarded SQL Server experts. Follow the Blog Directory at SQL PASS here http://www.sqlpass.org/Community/BlogDirectory.aspx
– Bru Medishetty
I am a regular visitor to SQL Server Forums at SQLServerCentral and see some users posting their question, issues and problems. Some of these questions tends to confuse even the seasoned campaigners and at the same time would not give the complete picture of what is being asked. I saw a user posting a question seeking internals of Transactional Replication and in the next sentence asks about Transactional logs. I was not sure what was the area the user was looking for.
Similarly few days back a user was requesting the suggestion of other users in setting up Database Mirroring and was referring one servers as Publisher (A publisher is the source server / system in a Replication setup), where as when questioned by a fellow user, he was referring the Principal Server as publisher and cleared the doubtful minds.
There is nothing wrong in being a learning IT professional, it is OK to make mistakes but it should not be done repeatedly and due consideration needs to be taken with the technical terminology.
– Bru Medishetty