Wed 30th November 2011, 2:29am
QUOTE(Alison @ Tue 29th November 2011, 9:14pm)
I think the reason it's disappearing is because the page owner needs to 'approve' comments. You can see your own but until they're "public'd", nobody else can.
There's no "approval" process with these Facebook-embedded comments on Examiner, though. And both Paul and I saw Tungsten's comment earlier.
Ah, I think I've figured it out -- Tungsten must have some setting switched on in Facebook, that only "friends" can see his posts. When I sign out of Facebook, Tungsten's Examiner comment disappears for me again. When I sign into Facebook, voila, it's back again.
Here's his comment, for the record:
One of your best articles ever - good job Greg.
Wikipedians are always claiming "Wikipedia is not censored" - objectionable material there gets extra protection under the banner of anti-censorship. In reality, though, Wikipedians love censorship whenever it suits their purpose, as exemplified by this article.
QUOTE(melloden @ Tue 29th November 2011, 5:57pm)
Or are you just waiting for Cade Metz to retire?
I wonder why you'd be so disdainful of Cade Metz, "melloden". Oh, yeah, now I remember
QUOTE(mbz1 @ Tue 29th November 2011, 9:24pm)
...and what then? Desysoping 70+% of English wikipedia admins?
That would leave just another 27% or 28%, and then our job would be done!