The recent release of Splog Reporter was met with much enthusiasm. I received many suggestions and appreciated all of your feedback. The splog URLs have been flying in via the website. However, it did not take long to realize there was new functionality that needed to be added. So version two of Splog Reporter has been released with the assistance of my new counterpart, Jeff Johns, an extremely enthusiastic and knowledgeable developer and resource.
The new Splog Reporter adds functionality that should improve overall usability by making reporting splog as simple as a two-click process. Splog Reporter has added a bookmarklet which can be placed on a user’s web browser’s toolbar or favorites. This feature should make it easier for users to report splog while viewing a splog website, though Splog Reporter is still offered in the previously released user-keyed method. Another new feature is the ability for users to enter a user name that will be associated to their email address. This change enabled us to create a point system for ranking splog reporter by the number of confirmed, reported splogs. I challenge you help clean up the blogosphere and see how many points you can accumulate. Furthermore, you can join the good-willed blogger movement by adding a splog reporter link to your blog as I did in my right rail. To get one for your site go here. Also you can check out this post by Jeff Johns on version two.