giscus - A comments system powered by GitHub Discussions

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A comments system powered by GitHub Discussions. Let visitors leave comments and reactions on your website via GitHub. It is heavily inspired by utterances. It does not require database, all data is stored in GitHub Discussions. It is Extensively configurable and supports Custom themes, Multiple languages.

https://giscus.app
https://github.com/giscus/giscus

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