There should be a setting to turn off comments on the new Guardian app... /cc @currybet @revdancatt
6:24pm Jan 19th 2011 via Twitter for iPhone
@frankieroberto we've just spent 12 months with everyone telling us they *must* be on it. you could have given us a day's grace...
10:19pm Jan 19th 2011 via web in reply to frankieroberto
@currybet heh :-) I think I wouldn't mind so much if you had to press to see the comments. But the 3 included by default are distracting...
10:21am Jan 20th 2011 via web in reply to MartinBelam
@frankieroberto @currybet i think its a useful compromise between taster/show all. Users less likely to sample without examples ?
10:24am Jan 20th 2011 via TweetDeck in reply to frankieroberto
@JemStone @currybet it's tricky. My feelings on comments waver. I don't mind them on comment articles, but on news they feel a bit... cheap?
10:33am Jan 20th 2011 via web in reply to JemStone
@frankieroberto @JemStone we don't have comments open on all 'news'
1:58pm Jan 20th 2011 via web in reply to frankieroberto
@currybet @JemStone yeah, but open on some stories - not sure how decision is made. Liking the app overall. Video is a resl bonus.
7:06pm Jan 20th 2011 via Twitter for iPhone in reply to MartinBelam
@frankieroberto @currybet @JemStone *another* factor is limit on human resources (mods) + publish time == not having comments on everything
8:12pm Jan 20th 2011 via Twitter for iPhone in reply to frankieroberto
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