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I can add a comment on here quite easily... as you see.
But I can't add a comment to the CLR Team Blog without signing in. So I tried to sign in with my usual, longstanding Microsoft credentials (which you now call 'Windows Live Id', I believe), but this didn't work. I might have made a typo... but I don't think so.
The CLR Team Blog's sign-on screen could be a lot more helpful in saying what ids it accepts. If it doesn't accept Windows Live Id, then it should.
Better yet, make it such that I can add a comment as easily as on here, the BCL Team Blog. There's no reason for the two blogs to behave differently.
I'm sorry that you couldn't add a comment on the CLR Team Blog. I think I just fixed the issue you are facing, so feel free to try again. Thanks for pointing this to us.