You may have seen our alerts that Sunday afternoon, we learned our user database was compromised. If you haven't changed your password yet, or have had trouble doing so, please try again now.
If you've been having trouble changing your comment account password after our user database breach this weekend, try again now.
All the Gawker Media sites were compromised this weekend. This probably leaves you with a lot of questions on the status of your accounts. Here's the place to ask them. Both editors and tech are here at your disposal.
Before, our only choices for dealing with bad comments was to ban or disemvowel. But now! Now we have some more tools so it's not so all-or-nothing.
Gizmodo's commenter community is the best in all the interworld. But it doesn't just take care of itself. We need someone to spend an hour or so a day moderating comments, for a little cash and a lot of glory.
Hey, transistor faces. Heads up: we've just made a new comment system that will hopefully (we think) make comments much more readable and allow us to do some cool things. Here's what you need to know.
Well, commenters, here we are again. After we had our little talk a month ago it seems like what we went over hasn't really taken hold. The number of off-topic conversations hasn't really decreased and complaints from your fellow commenters are piling up. Instead of running wild with the banhammer, we figured we owed…
For all you commenters, this post is intended for you. We at Gizmodo want to go over a few things. Off topic comments, a new comment specific email address, and reasons we ban are on the agenda. So if you're a frequent commenter or just starting out, let us have a few words with you. Oh and, if you haven't already…