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Mollom (old)

Description

Superseded by new and vastly improved Mollom plugin.

How to upgrade

  1. Deactivate and uninstall/delete the old wp-mollom plugin (version 0.7.5 or older).
  2. Install the new Mollom plugin (version 2.0 or later).
  3. Re-enter your Mollom API keys.

There is no automated upgrade path, since the plugin has been entirely rewritten, and re-installing the new is a matter of minutes. Also, this old plugin was used by a few users only.
We’re sorry for this (one-time) inconvenience.

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Installation

Do not install this plugin; use the new Mollom plugin instead.

Contributors & Developers

“Mollom (old)” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

  • Replaced by new and vastly improved Mollom plugin.
  • 2009/12/20 – 0.7.5
    • fixed: wrong character encoding when comment is fed to wordpress after a CAPTCHA
    • fixed: url was also truncated in href if > 32 chars in the management module
    • fixed: changed 2 strings against typo’s
    • improved: added pagination on the bottom of the management module
    • changed: contact details of plugin author
  • 2009/04/18 – 0.7.4
    • added: vietnamese (vi) translation
    • added: bulgarian (bg_BG) translation
    • added: bangla (bn_BD) translation
  • 2009/03/16 – 0.7.3
    • fixed: multiple moderation would incorrectly state ‘moderation failed’ due to incorrect set boolean.
    • added: german (de_DE) translation
    • added: italian (it_IT) translation
  • 2009/02/12 – 0.7.2
    • fixed: closing a gap that allowed bypassing checkContent through spoofing $_POST[‘mollom_sessionid’]
    • fixed: if mb_convert_encoding() is not available, the CAPTCHA would generate a PHP error. Now falls back to htmlentities().
    • improved: the check_trackback_content and check_comment_content are totally rewritten to make them more secure.
    • added: user roles capabilities. You can now exempt roles from a check by Mollom
    • added: simplified chinese (zh_CN) translation
  • 2008/12/27 – 0.7.1
    • fixed: all plugin panels now show in the new WP 2.7 administration interface
    • fixed: non-western character sets are now handled properly in the captcha form
    • fixed: handles threaded comments properly now
    • fixed: handling multiple records in the manage module not correctly handled
    • improved: extra – non standard- fields added to the comment form don’t get dropped anymore
    • improved: revamped the administration panel
    • improved: various smaller code improvements
    • added: the plugin is now compatible with the new plugin uninstall features in WordPress 2.7
    • added: the ‘quality’ of ‘spaminess’ of a comment is now logged and shown as an extra indicator
  • 2008/11/27 – 0.7.0
    • fixed: hover over statistics bar graph wouldn’t yield numerical data
    • added: localization/internationalisation (i8n) support. Now you can translate wp-mollom through POEdit and the likes.
  • 2008/11/10 – 0.6.2
    • fixed: wrong feedback qualifiers (spam, profanity, unwanted, low-quality) were transmitted to Mollom upon moderation
  • 2008/09/24 – 0.6.1
    • fixed: division by 0 error on line 317
    • fixed: if ‘unsure’ but captcha was filled in correctly, HTML attributes in comment content would sometimes be eaten by kses.
    • improved: the mollom function got an overhaul to reflect the september 15 version of the Mollom API documentation
    • changed: mollom statistics are now hooked in edit-comments.php instead of plugins.php
    • added: _mollom_retrieve_server_list() function now handles all getServerList calls
  • 2008/08/24 – 0.6.0
    • fixed: html is preserved in a comment when the visitor is confronted with the captcha
    • fixed: handling of session id’s in show_captcha() en check_captcha() follows the API flow better.
    • fixed: broken bulk moderation of comments is now fixed
    • fixed: the IP adress was incorrectly passed to the ‘mollom.checkCaptcha’ call
    • fixed: the session_id is now passed correctly to _save_session() after the captcha is checked.
    • improved: more verbose status messages report when using the Mollom Manage module
    • improved: cleaned up some deprecated functions
    • improved: handling of Mollom feedback in _mollom_send_feedback() function
    • added: approve and unapprove options in the Mollom Manage module
    • added: link to the originating post in the Mollom Manage module
    • added: if a comment had to pass a CAPTCHA, it will be indicated in the Mollom Manage module
    • added: plugin has it’s own HTTP USER AGENT string which will be send with XML RPC calls to the API
    • added: detailed statistics. You can find these under Plugins > Mollom
  • 2008/07/20 – 0.5.2
    • fixed: passing $comment instead of $_POST to show_captcha() in check_captcha()
    • improved: implemented wpdb->prepare() in vunerable queries
    • improved: mollom_activate() function now more robust
    • changed: mollom_author_ip() reflects changes in the API documentation. This function is now ‘reverse proxy aware’
  • 2008/06/30 – 0.5.1
    • fixed: issues with the captcha page not being rendered correctly
    • added: mollom_manage_wp_queue() function which deals with Mollom feedback from the default WP moderation queue
    • improved: legacy code when activating the plugin (needed for upgrading from < 0.5.0 (testversions!)
  • 2008/06/26 – 0.5.0
    • Added: installation/activation can contain legacy code and versioning for handling old (test)configurations
    • Added: PHPDoc style documentation of functions
    • Added: mollom_moderate_comment() template function. Allows moderation from your theme.
    • Removed: ‘moderation mode’. Moderation should only be configured through the proper wordpress interface.
    • fixed: compatibility issues with the WP-OpenID plugin
    • Improved: the plugin relies far less on global variables now.
    • Improved: all mollom data is now saved to it’s own seprerate, independent table.
    • Improved: SQL revision
    • Improved: error handling is now more verbose
    • Improved: status messages in the configuration/moderation panels now only show when relevant
    • Improved: handling of mollom servers not being available or unreachable
  • 2008/06/03 – 0.4
    • Changed: ‘configuration’ now is under WP ‘settings’ menu instead of ‘plugins’
    • Added: show_mollom_plugincount() as a template function to show off your mollom caught
  • 2008/05/27 – 0.3
    • Added: trackback support. If ham: passed. If unsure/spam: blocked.
    • Added: ‘moderation mode’ mollom approved comments/trackbacks still need to be moderated
    • Added: ‘Restore’ When the plugin is deactivated, optionally purge all mollom related data
    • Changed: moderation isn’t mandatory anymore, only optional. Comments aren’t saved to the database until the CAPTCHA is filled out correctly. Otherwise: never registered.
    • Improved: Error handling now relies on WP Error handling (WP_Error object)
  • 2008/05/22 – 0.2
    • Added: bulk moderation of comments
    • Added: ‘policy mode’ disables commenting if the Mollom service is down
    • Improved: moderation interface is more userfriendly
    • Improved: only unmoderated messages with a mollom session id can be moderated
    • Improved: deactivation restores database to previous state. Removal of stored option values and deletion of the mollom_session_id column in $prefix_comments
    • Fixed: persistent storage of the mollom session id in the database
    • Fixed: no messages shown in the configuration screen triggers a PHP error
  • 2008/05/12 – 0.1
    • Initial release to testers