The Disqus subscription runs on the Disqus Plus plan, with which we manage the 2 websites.
We have two ways of accessing the Disqus interface:
Via individual account: Community Advocates should generally be using this method to interact as individuals with the community when replying to comments, in the same way experts from the GitLab team would do. This requires creating a Disqus account and asking your manager to promote your account to Admin.
Via the shared Community account on 1Password: as a Community Advocate, use this method to anyonymously post comments under the main GitLab account. Using this account should be an exception, only for cases where we do not want to disclose personal information in sensitive public discussions that require moderation (e.g. Code of Conduct violations, harassment, toxic behaviour, etc.)
Both the GitLab and the Docs websites can be accessed via the main Disqus interface once logged in for management purposes. To do so:
Click on the Admin link on the top right-hand side of the browser screen
On the next screen, and right next to the Disqus logo on the top left-hand side of the browser, choose the website you want to access from the dropdown menu
Alternatively, each one of the websites we manage can be accessed directly through these links:
While new Disqus comments appear as tickets on Zendesk, those marked as spam remain in the Disqus web interface without further notification. Community Advocates should review the Disqus moderation queue from time to time: