Matt Beckett's plugins:
Creates a sandboxed user for all anonymous comments.
User icon, and display name can be edited through the admin interface.
Displays comment form on public content even when logged out
Anonymous comments protected by reCaptcha - enabled by default
reCaptcha can be toggled on/off, theme can selected in admin settings
reCaptcha API keys editable on admin settings - remember to get your own unique keys
Works for any content that allows comments
Safe to enable/disable!
Funding for this work has been provided through Athabasca University (championed by Dr. Jon Dron) with development support from Anethum Corporation.
Prevents anonymous user from receiving email if auto-subscribed to a group (possible through group_tools)
Option to set ssl for recaptcha - will prevent chrome from whining about unprotected content if your site runs in ssl.
General code cleanup - please completely remove the old version before uploading the new version
Matt, I use this one also, and I am wondering...I know your busy and all, but is it possible that you can tell me how I can add a link to the code for someone to be able to register, like this:
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@elgg!gal, I was able to do that by using the Moderate comments plugin (which I suspect you already use) and then modifying 'mod/moderated_comments/languages/en.php' and look for 'moderated_comments:moderated_notice' and modify the string there.
If you aren't familiar with this sort of thing you should backup the file before altering it and if you use any double quotes you have to escape them first with a backslash like so \". It worked great here and I was able to add a link to register without issue. :)