Made 3 comments to the Mises blog. 2 posted, one did not. Return to the site 10 minutes later, the 2 published comments do not show.
My comments weren't offensive or spam. In fact, they were quite short and generally positive.
What's up with that?
Try refreshing your cache. My comments don't show up immediately either.
I am having same thing on Kinsella's blog. I post a comment and after page refresh'es, my comment is no longer there. Though, I noticed, that comments re-appear after few days, hehe.
(english is not my native language, sorry for grammar.)
I really don't know what happen. Must be a software fluke? I just don't know. I don't see any of your comments unposted.
Publisher, Laissez-Faire Books
Sorry guys, only the inner circle can comment.
What are you talking about? That's complete rot.
I agree, Nielso? I assume you were joking or we're not understanding the context.
Like I said; the system isn't caching. I don't know if that's the proper verb, and I don't really know how "the system" works, but I do know that it has to do with the cache. After you comment, if your comment does not appear, press shift and reload the page. Your comment should re-appear (everyone will be able to see it, because the cache is based on your own browser and computer). I don't know where the disconnect is between Mises.org and our browsers, but that's the problem.
I see one of them posted now, the others may be as well. Sorry about the alarm Jeffrey. I never figured I was being censored in real time, let alone on Christmas Day. I was concerned there was an issue with the blog platform or database.
Perhaps Jonathan is right about the caching. It is a bit maddening making a comment, then refreshing the page and it is gone.
The joke was that I (as a non inner circle person) said to two people from the inner circle (an administrator and a regular writer) that "sorry, only inner circle". I was pretending that they were not inner circle enough and that some more inner circleness was going on; when it was obvious it was a technical issue.
Nielsio:I was pretending that they were not inner circle enough and that some more inner circleness was going on.
We must go deeper!
oops! Sorry about that. I don't know what was wong with my outlook that I missed that. My apologies.