Getting in contact¶
The main place of interaction for the Isso community is the GitHub issue tracker.
You may also ask questions or suggest improvements on GitHub Discussions.
Scripts & Helpers¶
Some utility scripts have been developed by isso users. They are stored in the GitHub contrib/ directory :
dump_comments.py : dump isso comments as text, optionally with color
import_blogger.py : comment importer from Blogger
Powered by Isso¶
A list of websites and people that use Isso can be found at the wiki at GitHub.
Feel free to add your own project to the list!
Tutorials and articles about Isso¶
These articles also provide concrete examples of using Isso with blog engines like Hugo, Ghost or Pelican.
Adding Isso Comments to Hugo (updated 11/2021)
Installing, configuring and integrating Isso into Confluence (updated 2/2020)
Set up Isso comments on Google Cloud (4/2018)
Inside The Isso Database (6/2019)
A Webmention receiver and publisher, has a plugin to integrate with Isso: Bussator
Feel free to add your own project that builds on top of or integrates Isso in some manner. That way, there will be more data points for maintainers to judge if they can afford to make (breaking) changes in Isso’s internals.
Isso is not the only open-source commenting server. You can find an overview at lisakov.com: Open source comments.
Some popular options are:
Remark42, written in Go.
Staticman, written in Node.js. Adds comments directly to repository of static sites.
schnack, written in Node.js.
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