Well, I wanted to create an Error Report feature to use within my tools.
Which would send me the data of any exception/crash my applications might cause.
To implement such feature I was thinking on, since I don't own any website, to make Error Report being actually sent as an usual comment on a special page I make on Blogger.
You can find Blogger APIs for .NET to study more about Atoms (RSS) and how they implemented it.
But I don't want to import such thing as this would require me to provide my own login information.
Even encrypted, anyone with enough knowledge can reverse-engineer it to get.
If one's willing, one does.
After some struggling I found to be better to send POST data using System.Net.WebRequest from C#.
Blogger requires some POST data to be sent such as:
(When Comment-Form is used as an iFrame)
Token Hash to verify Autenticity
Blog UID (Unique Identifier
[pageID | postID]
[Page | Post] UID (Unique Identifier)
Cached Author IDs. (Encoded with UTF-8)
Current Author IDs. (Encoded with UTF-8)
false to submit. true to return to Comment-Form with Preview Data.
However, seems like, either some specific key is missing, or blogger know the data is being sent by an application.
Even with the request of the POST data running fine, Blogger does not create the comment as it should.
This code may serve for many purposes, allowing you to send GET/POST data to other websites.
// Send 'param1=Value&Param2=Value' via GET method to 'http://www.domain.com/'
WebResponse sendData = HTTP_Send("http://www.domain.com/", "param1=Value&Param2=Value", "GET");
// Gets the response in HTML
string responseData = HTTP_Response(sendData);