Spam Karma 2 is the proud successor to Spam Karma, with which it shares most of the development ideas, but absolutely none of the code. It is meant to stop all forms of automated Blog spam effortlessly, while remaining as unobtrusive as possible to regular commenters.
However, even great software screws up once in a while. Today, Spam Karma caught a comment that wasn’t spam and me being to arrogant to read any documentation couldn’t figure out how to un-spam the comment. I ended up hitting the wrong button and the comment got deleted as a result. So Vik, if you would be so kind as to repost your comment to this post, I’ll make sure it shows up this time. 🙂