"Who Said That" will inject the comment author's URL into the comments feed.
Anyone who ever read comments through a feed got into the situation in which the comment author's name is familiar, but you just can't be sure without seeing his URL, which formerly required you to load the post and only then could you verify the commenter's identity.
Things get even weirder when you want to follow a trackback, but need to first load the original post.
If you are a wordpress blogger, you can install this tiny, simplistic by nature, no configuration needed, plugin, and make your comments feed better.
Readers – demand that your favorite writers install this plugin!
1. Upload whosaidthat directory to the plugins/ directory.
1. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
Frequently Asked Questions
What exactly does this put where?
This will add:
<p><a href="http://comment.authors.url">Comment Author's Name</a></p>
to the beginning of each comment, in the comments feed.
Does this do anything other than put that there?