Wordpress Commentracker helps you tracking your comments across the blogosphere and storing them on your own blog.
Once the plugin is installed and the bookmarklet is saved on your web browser toolbar you just have to write a comment in any blog and before pressing the send button press the bookmarklet, fill the information required and your comment will be saved in your WordPress blog.
If you forgot to press the bookmarklet, don't panic! Just add your comment trought the WorPress administration panel, write the comment, add the custom fields and post it!
If you do not wat the comments to apear in the front page you should consider use the MiniPosts plugin [ http://doocy.net/mini-posts/ ]
This plugin saves information as custom fields so if you want to make them searchable for the WordPress search engine you should consider use Search Everything Plugin [ http://dancameron.org/wordpress/wordpress-plugins/search-everything-wordpress-plugin/ ] In case that you use also the MiniPosts plugin, you should use this modification of the Search Everything plugin [ http://www.junyent.org/blog/index.php?p=468&lp_lang_view=en ]
$access: the password you want to use for posting comments $post_author: the author ID of the author that you want the comments to be assigned. Check the author ID under the "Users" menu $wpct_cat: the category ID of the category where you want to save your comments. Check the category numbers under the "Manage" > "Categories" menu $wpct_draft: Do you want to save the comments as drafts to review them later? It allows two values [ 1 , 0 ] 1: YES, 0: NO $minipost: Do you want to make the comments miniposts? It allows two values [ 1 , 0 ] 1: YES, 0: NO
NOTE: Enabling the MiniPost option REQUIRES MiniPosts plugin [[ http://doocy.net/mini-posts/ ]]
This plugin is released under the GPL license. See license.txt for details. The CommenTracker script is licensed under a Creative Commons by-sa license.
Thanks to Sergio Alvarez (xergio) for writing the CommenTracker script.