Anonymous comments on WellCommons

You may have noticed a few lately. In an effort to make this site easier to use and more welcoming, new people who've just discovered this community can drop in and test the waters, so to speak.

As soon as we see an anonymous comment, we send a message to the person inviting them to add their name to their profile, and some do. Our community is growing, and we're happy that we're providing an interesting and useful place to address our local issues and celebrate our accomplishments. The more voices and input, the healthier our community becomes.

Our commitment is to provide a safe place. Soon, we'll be automating our system so that people can leave three anonymous comments, and when they try to leave the fourth, they'll be required to provide their name. As always, we and our community are always watching to make sure nobody's abusive, anonymous or not, and we remove the occasional comment that is.

And, as always, if you have any questions -- or comments -- don't hesitate to contact me or anyone else associated with WellCommons: Karrey Britt, Jonathan Kealing or Christian Metts. Just scroll down to the bottom of any page, and in that white bar type in your message, and it'll be sent to all of us.


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