The Best Open Source Disqus AlternativesTop Comment Platforms and other similar apps like Disqus
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- - Isso is the most popular Linux & Self-Hosted alternative to Disqus.
- - Isso is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Disqus.
Comments about Isso as a Alternative to DisqusMost users think Isso is a great Disqus alternative.
Docker or Python only, easy to install (when you know how), cheap admin interface, but easy to free-self-host on any Raspeberry server ! Without data tracking or ads.1
its basically like diquis commenting posting viewing and more3
Commento is a popular, fast, bloat-free commenting system that you can embed on your blog, news articles, and more. Open source at its core, Commento guarantees you privacy and does not include third-party trackers and advertisements, unlike alternatives such as Disqus.
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- - Commento is the most popular Web-based alternative to Disqus.
- - Commento is the most popular commercial alternative to Disqus.
- Anonymous CommentingCommento allows you to comment and participate in discussions without revealing your personal information.
- No TrackingCommento will not track you or use your personal data.
- Ad-freeCommento doesn't contain any form of external advertising.
- Embedded commentsUsers can leave comments that will appear within Commento
No updates on GitLab for over 2 years.
Comments about Commento as a Alternative to DisqusMost users think Commento is a great Disqus alternative.Guest
Can be self-hosted or not. Free if you've contributed.1
Because is really fast, and I see a bright future, as Mozilla and Digital Ocean are sponsoring it.2Guest
It's open source and it's lightweight.-1
A lightweight comments widget built on GitHub issues. Use GitHub issues for blog comments, wiki pages and more!Suggest and vote on features
Comments about utterances as a Alternative to Disquspros, cons and recent commentsGuest
Probably better but only if you want your site to use GitHub issues as a way of storing comments. Beneficial for Jekyll / GitHub Pages websites, though.1
Remark42 is a self-hosted, lightweight, and simple (yet functional) comment engine, which doesn't spy on users. It can be embedded into blogs, articles or any other place where readers add comments.Suggest and vote on features
Chirpy is an open-source, privacy-friendly and customizable Disqus (comment system) alternate, you can embed a comment widget on a blog, a news article or any place where you want your readers to add comments.
Lyket is perfect for blogs, portfolios or e-commerces, it lets you add like buttons or clap buttons in any website in just a few minutes and with just a few lines of code.
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Lyket is more about buttons then commenting. So if you need to just add like or clap buttons it is better than Disqus reactions.0
A comments system powered by GitHub Discussions. Let visitors leave comments and reactions on your website via GitHub!
Cactus Comments is a federated comment system for the web, based on the Matrix protocol. The system is easily embedded, respects you and your users privacy and is completely free and open source.Suggest and vote on features
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You need to run your own Matrix homeserver.0
Open source, lightweight (~5kb gzip), privacy-friendly alternative to Disqus.Suggest and vote on features
Comments about Cusdis as a Alternative to Disquspros, cons and recent comments
PostgreSQL needed for self-hosting.0
Cusdis is one of the easiest solutions to implement and customize that I've tried. There's a free (limited) hosted version and you can easily self-host. Only downside is that it lacks the fancier features of Disqus and a spam filter.0
No updates since Aug 2019 & won't work with the latest PHP versions.
Comments about HashOver as a Alternative to DisqusMost users think HashOver is a great Disqus alternative.
The latest code of Hashover Next (2.0) works under PHP 8.2. Latest updates from November 2022. I’m not sure if the development has stopped since then or not.0