I was reading some feedback on Erik Bowen's blog last night and I came across a few comments that suggested that I was being dishonest or hiding feedback that wasn't, well, glowing, about VSTS pricing.  This was not my intention at all.  As most of you know, I’m new to this blog thing and turned out when I created the blog I didn't realize there was a setting for "moderated" comments.  When people post comments on my blog, i assure you they show up in my email inbox and I read every one of them and consider how it should impact what we do.  I just assumed when I looked at my blog postings and it says 23 comments, it meant that 23 comments were visible.  Apparently not...

So last night, with the new blog server, i found out how I can change the setting to "moderate anonymous only" which means that I will still have to choose which are appropriate to make public from anonymous, but everything else should go right up.  I'll mark public everything that isn't offensive or inappropriate (imho) regardless of whether or not I think the comment or argument has merit.  Managing a big VSTS team take a lot of time so I make no promises of how fast I'll get around to marking public anonymous posting, however...

As a side note, I will say that I don't agree with some of the stuff that I made "public" and will spend some time tonight posting my take on some of them.

Anyway, apologies for the bad taste this may have left... 

-Rick