Sorry Nextbigfuture Comments Have Been Broken

Hi readers and commenters. The Nextbigfuture comment system has been broken for a couple of weeks. I have been trying to contact Openweb/ spot.im support but they have not replied. When I do finally get in contact with them I will try to get basic operations restored. I will get an export of all the…
Sorry Nextbigfuture Comments Have Been Broken


Hi readers and commenters.

The Nextbigfuture comment system has been broken for a couple of weeks.

I have been trying to contact Openweb/ spot.im support but they have not replied.

When I do finally get in contact with them I will try to get basic operations restored. I will get an export of all the comments and look to migrate to disqus.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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