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/v/ meta discussion Anonymous 11/25/2019 (Mon) 23:17:35 No.4756
Use this thread for anything you need to talk about including yelling at hotpockets.
>>4756
Wasn't a >>>/meta/ going to be used instead, that way as BO, you can't delete criticism, but Robi can.
Anyways, does the badly forced meme spammer use 1 static IP, or several?
Also if you're going to filter that word, make it "I♥anime!!Anime is the BEST!"
>>4756
I'll keep saying it but julayworld needs to cut down on the number of dead boards by merging the ones with overlapping topics and being more picky with reqests for new boards. We don't have the userbase to do otherwise.
>>4763
The problem with seperate meta boards is they tend only to be used by those with very specific goals in mind, the average anon won't bother going to them so they just become vocal-minority dominated. Meta threads have this problem too but they're at least more visible. The ability to delete criticism is a problem though, I don't think we even have open moderation logs here do we?
>>4763
>Wasn't a >>>/meta/ going to be used instead, that way as BO, you can't delete criticism, but Robi can.
I'm an admin I can delete posts no matter what board they're on. I only enforce global rules and try to leave that to globalvols but sometimes they're asleep.
>Anyways, does the badly forced meme spammer use 1 static IP, or several?
The ones that shit up /v/ and most of the other boards hop IPs which is why I turned off IDs here. They were only on so you could filter them but they become useless when they're using multiple IPs to post bait and reply to it themselves.
>Also if you're going to filter that word, make it "I♥anime!!Anime is the BEST!"
I don't like word filters and don't plan on keeping it long.

>>4768
>I'll keep saying it but julayworld needs to cut down on the number of dead boards by merging the ones with overlapping topics and being more picky with reqests for new boards. We don't have the userbase to do otherwise.
I've said multiple times I wouldn't turn a board away and I'm not going to start doing it now. Slow boards are fine and I'm not getting rid of any boards unless the BO requests deletion.
>I don't think we even have open moderation logs here do we?
All logs are public here: https://julay.world/logs.js
>>4773
I forgot to mention: Even as admin I can only see the hash of your IP. I rarely look at IP hashes unless I absolutely have to do it. I rarely issue bans because I don't want to deny anons use of VPNs/tor. I try to stay hands off here. I always suggest that it's best that anons learn not to take the bait. I only step in when it gets really bad. Which is what always seems to happen when there are anons that come here fleeing from cake/v/ or other boards where they've become upset with the moderation.
>>4773
>ones that shit up /v/ and most of the other boards hop IPs
Thank you. Needed to confirm the behavior.
>I don't like word filters and don't plan on keeping it long.
Neither do I, but if you're going to maintain that one, at the least what I said so he knows his tactic is known to be unwelcomed.
I can guess others next.

Rizon was down today, and we really need a overboard/meta/ thread for users to arbiter with their BOs and mods. Learning what some groups do of getting global status to kick off BOs and their mods has me worried 🎂🇮🇱 crew will reattempt to do what they did at their site, but decentralized. /secretrule/ reminded me of that.
>>4775
I mostly needed confirmation they rotate per post, and if they do, I see the next few steps.
I have added another vol to deal with things when I'm not here. I've left them instructions to only enforce global rules and deal with the spam when it happens.

>>4778
Most boards here have meta threads and the ones that don't I assume don't want them. Rizon had netsplits today but that is unusual. You shouldn't assume I'm always there by the way. I saw you'd asked some things in the channel when I checked in yesterday but you were gone by the time I saw them. I have a bouncer so people assume I'm online 24/7. I prefer doing meta discussion on the board itself when possible. If you do need to speak privately IRC is the best way to reach me. Both admins are a bit busy as of late so it may take longer that usual to get a reply on #julayworld that it has been in the last few months. Once the holidays are over things should return to normal.
>>4773
>I've said multiple times I wouldn't turn a board away and I'm not going to start doing it now.
Other than /pol/ clones and I think 3D porn, but I get why you'd deny those. It's an admirable policy but it's not a practical one, it's just lead to an imageboard with a handful of active boards and a bunch with very few posts and 8kun will exacerbate that by giving its own space to niche boards.
>I'm not getting rid of any boards unless the BO requests deletion.
What's your policy if the board is dead and the BO has been AWOL for months and months? I mean it can go up to claims but dead boards seem to just sit there for eternity.
>All logs are public here: https://julay.world/logs.js
Neat. It'd be much better to have it available per board and in a less terrible format but I guess that's lynxchan that's to blame rather than you.

>The ones that shit up /v/ and most of the other boards hop IPs which is why I turned off IDs here. They were only on so you could filter them but they become useless when they're using multiple IPs to post bait and reply to it themselves.
Yeh that's the standard pattern. Only takes 1-2 autists with VPNs to do it too. IDs are useful for following multiple threads in a discussion regardless of filtering but on a board as slow as this it's pretty easy to keep track of the 2-3 anons tops who're likely to be posting in a given thread. Only the RTS thread really gets a little confusing without IDs.

>>4778
>I mostly needed confirmation they rotate per post, and if they do, I see the next few steps.
There's not much you can do bar delete and occasionally ban the most obvious fags. Otherwise you'll catch other VPN users with little-no post history as well.
>>4785
>you got baited
Nope, anime faggots will typically spam smug pictures if you piss them off, this didn't happen, and the spam didn't start until immediately after that one retard posted the shitty forced meme.
>/tv/ is friendly
You're naive as fuck, just because gahoole is friendly doesn't make the rest of the board any less of a conglomerate of shit stirring turbospergs that spam constantly.
You can go look in other agdg threads and see that the anons there don't behave like this.
8kun is going up. Will there be any interest in setting up there? I like it here much more and don't trust Jim.
>>4782
If you want, make something like >>>/arbitration/
I can already see the moves >>4786
is attempting to make.

I hope you enjoy your vacations, I know how busy you are, and thanks for the help.
>anons detect the presence of literal commies trying to takeover boards by infiltration and gaslighting
>suggest yet another mechanism, vulnerable to the exact same subterfuge, as the solution
Killing Commies on sight is literally the only answer. Any mod who detects that behavior on Julay or any other board should immediately perma them, no discussions.
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>>4795
Can you cite me how you believe the spammer is a commie?
The case here seems to be just a sperg that hates anime. But he did kiss 🎂♿️ >>4687

Heh filter s/{Mark, Mark Mann}/OMG😍I♥kikes!!/
>>4795
Commie here, I've never spammed anything anywhere. You can head on back to Mark's torture chamber where wrongthink gets banned daily if you need a mod to protect you from dangerous ideas though.
>>4793
>moves
Making observations and telling someone the conclusion they jumped to might be wrong is now "making moves".
If you really want to drive off the agdg crowd because of one blatant shit stirring faggot then go ahead.
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>>4801
What kind of videogames do commies play?
And by any chance, are you a regular@bunkerchan?
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>>4804
>drive off the agdg crowd
Seems you 1) don't know me or 2) my intentions.
How about discussing what ways you will attempt to stop spergs from spamming Julay, I want to read your thoughts on this matter.
—godot dev
>>4809
The only thing you can do about cakespergs is to delete their spam like you've already done.
I'm more concerned about anons here taking the b8 and villifying newer groups because some nose nigger goon spammed the board when he realized someone else finally left his master's greasy clutches for greener pastures.
Then again, you can't truly be sure the anons taking the b8 aren't also shit stirrers.
The whole situation is a mess, and it's hard not to be paranoid and angry about it.
>>4811
>you've
Meant has already
I'm fucking tired
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>>4811
There're fixes to paranoia, seek help.
>>4812
Go to sleep, refresh yourself, and look at things with new perspectives. Tuesday is a brand new day to make friends.
>>4814
I don't know how you can look at this scenario and not be suspicious.
Passive aggressive cunt.
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>>4818
Go to sleep, you'll need the rest when accidentally julay is the news again after the nth 8cult failure and Hiroyuki drops 4cucks off.

I'm thinking far far more long term than you.
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>>4806
The same games you do, for the most part. Although I'm personally pretty unique because I love arcade challenges. There's occasionally no-fun-allowed commies that think anything and everything that doesn't accomplish the immediate overthrow of capitalism must be avoided. We like to call them "lifestylists" and point and laugh at them.

Yeah I use bunkerchan reluctantly, but I miss 8ch.
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>>4823
>Metal Slug fan, a game about killing Nazis and space aliens as literal mercs.
Nice.
What other Arcade games, and by any chance are you the/a /1cc/fag? I 20% miss platniumfag, but he seems to have killed himself, or moved on.
>I use bunkerchan reluctantly, but I miss 8ch.
What do you miss about it? I get the retards wanting to do away with ludens, but without hobbies you get Maoism and China today. I'm not against commies since they are idealists, and capitalism today is game built to enrich the rich and impoverish the poor. It has nothing to do with laissez faire economics or raw barter as commies believe men can still do.
>>4822
I doubt that, but looking back at my replies I'm being a faggot for no good reason like a grumpy toddler, my bad.
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>>4827
Np, take a rest, you've earned it reporting the spammer and rightfully telling users here to report and move on. You did the right thing today.

Hint, there's another approach to deal with them, and I'm exemplifying it as I talk with our commie.
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>>4824
I single-credit clear and scoreplay stuff all the time, but I personally didn't post much on that board.

I miss 8ch because however much of a shithole most of the top boards were, it still had a huge number of great niche communities built by people dedicated to their topics. Where the fuck else am I going to discuss the Animated PNG format or how about animation techniques in general now?

>raw barter
A myth not supported by any archeological or anthropological evidence the way, pre-market societies are all gift economies. You should look up the book Debt: The First 5000 Years and give the first chapter a read and see if it interests you. The first third of the book or so thoroughly debunks the myth of barter.
>>4833
All these tiny communities were scattered to the winds when 8ch died and many seem to be gone for good. It's infuriating that endchan completely shat the bed with their server backend at the same time and there wasn't any other fallback alternative like 8ch where people could go to quickly recreate these communities and continue their legacy. Even sadder, in the absence of a functioning 8ch alternative, people didn't have the courage to try out a federated alternative like NNTPchan. The power of DDoS protection still lies in a handful of dominant providers on the internet and this sort of thing is guaranteed to happen again.
>>4756
AUGH, do the big banners, 300x200 >>4105
How about deleting all the off topic cancer from the /agdg/ thread?
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>>4833
/1cc/ was actually an arcade dump board, nothing to do with achievement.
>Where the fuck else am I going to discuss the Animated PNG format or how about animation techniques in general now?
Right here >>>/loomis/
Btw, *PNG should have never existed. AV1, HEVC, VPX, & H26X destroyed that format. Right now FLIF is destroying image formats benchmarks.
There's nothing stopping you or anyone for that matter pf rekindling niche boards.
>raw barter
What countries does Debt: The First 5000 Years by David Graeber cover? I'm from islands, I know about barter since I grew up with it. In fact, Filipinos and Malay practice barter today.
I'm not talking about state sponsored barter, that obviously never existed. It was gold or sea shell.
>>4834
>endchan completely shat the bed with their server backend at the same time and there wasn't any other fallback alternative like 8ch where people could go to quickly recreate these communities and continue their legacy
Wait, when was this?
>>4839
Thanks
http://poal.me/awrgtt
Multiple choice, and insertable, so feel free to ad your own opinions.
>>4840
>Keep /agdg/ /vg/ strict?
The fuck kinda question is this?
This isn't /vg/, this is jula/v/, it's own board.
>>4841
Duh, but just poll with it.
If your answer is nay, leave it as nay. Done and done.
In 24hours I'll make my decision.
>>4842
Your decision shouldn't be based on polls. I want none of the /vg/ rulecuckery or moderation style here.
If you're gonna delete something from somewhere it should be because there's an objective reason for it, like spam etc.
>>4843
☑ Nay
☑ [Insert] Global Rules only, e.g. Spam
It's really this this simple.
>>4844
>Your decision shouldn't be based on polls
It's really this simple.
>>4845
Poll or abstain, argumentum reductum ad minima representia.
If you don't feel like voting, it won't be my fault you didn't represent your stance.
>>4840
>Keep /agdg/ /vg/ strict?
I don't think there's need for that, it's just very annoying and disruptive when retards completely overwhelm the thread with their autistic shitflinging that neither provokes discussion or arguments, utilizes any intelligence from any party, nor has anything to do with anything. It's basically just spam except it also provokes retards to post more of it.
>>4847
Place that opinion into the poll.
>>4846
Fuck, I thought we already went through this, no? I thought we already decided that jula/v/ is gonna be global rules only. Wasn't this sort of the appeal? Now we have to decide on case by case basis for each thread? This is all sorts of stupid not to mention doesn't work, I can right now ID spam the poll in favor of any option and obviously so can other people. Polls don't work and we shouldn't decide these things using them.
>>4849
Do it then, overwhelm poal.me if you can. Let's see if your opinion makes the master cut.
>/agdg/ still full of whiny /tv/ spergs that bitch about anime
>post calling them out got deleted
guess this board also has shit moderation
>>4850
You're not hearing what I'm saying:
a. polls don't work
b. deciding rules for individual threads is utterly retarded
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>>4853
>>post calling them out got deleted
Which post? I still see the thread here just fine >>4470
Any evidence to suggest Amateur Game Developers Generals browse or use /tv/
Patrick Nelson owns >>>/tv/ here, so, he's welcome here, and he's hetero as fuck, and loves anime.
>>4855
I read you perfectly, and if you want to welcome /agdg/, but /agdg/ wants /vg/ like moderation, it's time to voice it loud.
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>>4849
>literally /b/ with videogames
So where do I go when this turns into 4chan lite in a couple months?
>>4856
>but /agdg/ wants /vg/ like moderation
Nobody asked that, it's your poll that introduced that idea. The guy just asked to delete spam from the thread.
>literally /b/ with videogames
<haha, no rulecuckery is just like /b/ with video games and will completely fall apart in a few months, we need stricter rules!
Oh wow, the exact same rhetoric that appeared on /vg/ a few months ago and completely ruined it. I'm sure you're not the same poster and not at all Mark. Hmm.
>>4858
If there's no rules then it's literally /b/ except for the name you fucking mongoloid newfag.
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>>4858
>spam from the thread.
In a general, what's considered spam?
>avatarfags
>defends /tv/
>cries for more rules
uhh no sweetie
I'd just like to say. although this place isn't like 8/vg/ and just has the /rts/ thread. I like the place ur doing good work. the only thing I want is for more people to come.
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>badly forced meme
get btfo /v/dups
t. /tv/
>>4861
> sweetie
gtfo faggots not welcome.
>>4840
>Multiple choice, and insertable, so feel free to ad your own opinions.
Poal.me is pretty easy to subvert by the way, you can vote as many times as you have IPs if you just clear your cookies I think it might block some of the free VPN IPs but I've never had a problem using paid VPNs.
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>>4891
I said to do it if you're confident on your subversion.
17 more hours to go.
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>>4840
>Btw, *PNG should have never existed. AV1, HEVC, VPX, & H26X destroyed that format.
Nope, like many others you have been seduced by good video codecs without understanding that animation and lossy video are two very different niches. Lossy video compression is clearly the winner for real-life video that has too many colors to ever be efficient with lossless compression. However, animation with limited colors usually can achieve much smaller file sizes with lossless compression than with lossy compression, if you use the right scheme. Lossless video formats (x264 is still the most compressed that I've found experimentally) will never be able to compete with formats that use delta frame compositing (AGIF, APNG). Here's a simple example comparison. The video file using one of the very best codecs for this sort of thing is more than twice the file size of the dedicated animation format.
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>>4897
Another comparison.
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>>4897
In this example you forgot to do two things: remove the color profile x264 should have, and Iframe presets that can make the APNG useless.
I'm being generous, since someone already did a peer reviewed benchmark @Google with many formats.
—Extended Vector Animation enthusiast
>>4898
I♥パネルでポン
>>4899
>remove the color profile x264 should have, and Iframe presets that can make the APNG useless.
Please elaborate because it's been quite some time since I made those examples.
I see this thread is going as well as expected. I'll start using my capcode when I post so anons don't assume a random anon is the BO. I don't run polls to decide changes in policy or avatarfag. There are no plans to change the way things are moderated here at this time.
>What did you mean by "spam"?
I should have clarified since I forgot other BOs have abused this to delete things and ban anons they don't like. I've left the vol instructions to only enforce global rules and to stop board slides. If needed they'll clean up generals that are obviously being shit up like yesterday. I don't want overly strict moderation here.
>>4907
sadly relaxed environments get fucked over by the most autistic sorts. be they of foreign origin or otherwise.
>>4909
I'll take my chances and deal with things as they happen.

>>4783
>Other than /pol/ clones and I think 3D porn, but I get why you'd deny those.
/n/ exists and so do several political boards. Our main worry when we started taking in boards was avoiding media attention related to the shootings which caused 8chan to get targeted. We also hash banned a certain .pdf file but I removed that some time ago. No one seems to have noticed. The 3D boards aren't allowed because I don't want to spend all day running Dost tests and those anons would be better served making their own imageboard. We mainly enforce the 2D/3D barrier to avoid the problems that such boards have caused other places in the past.
>It's an admirable policy but it's not a practical one, it's just lead to an imageboard with a handful of active boards and a bunch with very few posts and 8kun will exacerbate that by giving its own space to niche boards.
It seems to be working fine and I don't really care what a place like 8kun, that doesn't even allow you to read it without third party javascript does or doesn't do. Jim and Ron have had four months to get their site working and still can't manage to keep it online. I don't think it's right that they got taken down in the first place but I never plan on returning and I think a lot of anons feel the same way. As long as anons use this place we'll keep it online.
>What's your policy if the board is dead and the BO has been AWOL for months and months? I mean it can go up to claims but dead boards seem to just sit there for eternity.
Check >>>/meta/3 if a BO doesn't log-in for two weeks the board goes up for claims. Thanks for reminding me that it's time to check this again. Even if a board is "dead" I don't want to delete it because it could always come back to life and the existing threads could have content within them an anon may need later. The board I liked the most on 8ch barely got 3 posts a month but it contained a lot of content I would go back and read again. It was slow because the anons that used it didn't talk about it outside of the board itself to avoid it getting flooded with anons from other boards with similar subject matter.
>Neat. It'd be much better to have it available per board and in a less terrible format but I guess that's lynxchan that's to blame rather than you.
I'll see if we can figure out something better for public logs in FS. I don't feel like working on Lynxchan more than I have to.

>>4786
I don't care if you like or dislike anime. The point is you shouldn't be feeding faggots that obviously don't want to take part in threads here aside from sperging at each other about x or y.
>you are naive
You do understand people shit up boards and blame it on another board all of the time, right? Even if that anon was from /tv/ I'm not blaming the entire board for his actions. I see a lot of anons doing this lately. One anon used to rile up the generals on /cow/ and /v/ all of the time just so he could watch them fight with each other. You shouldn't fall for this low effort D&C. If you ignore it eventually they'll get bored and fuck off. This board isn't a hugbox and you should be able to scroll past obvious bait and continue the on-going discussion. No one forces you to respond to posts you don't like.
Edited last time by UNIVAC on 11/27/2019 (Wed) 02:10:30.
>>4929
>>4792
>8kun is going up. Will there be any interest in setting up there?
As I said before we'll keep this place online as long as anons use it.

>>4795
Again, not a hugbox. I've said this on other boards but I will never ban an anon for his politics. I do suggest political discussion take place on boards outside of /v/ since there are many here for that purpose but I also understand that politics are part of everything so I never plan on outright disallowing it on /v/.

>>4801
I agree with this and I would agree with it if this anon leaned to the right instead of the left.

>>4804
/adgd/ is welcomed here along with anyone else. As long as they're here to discuss vidya they're free to post whatever they want even if they go off-topic.

>>4835
when I have more time I'll see about doing this.

>>4840
Run whatever polls you'd like just understand they will not be used to determine how this board is moderated. As you've been told by other anons they're too easy to subvert by using multiple IPs to vote more than once.
I also dislike them because of datamining. I suggest you don't take part in polls like this when they're posted

>>4842
Please do not LARP as BO or vol, thanks.

>>4853
The thread was cleaned up and everything related to the anon shitting it up was removed. If you're going to post in there post about game development or the projects the anons in there are working on. I don't care if you call them shit. If you want to discuss how the board itself is moderated use this thread instead.

>>4857
Nothing is stopping you from requesting another vidya board if you really want one here or anywhere else in the webring.

If I missed any questions/concerns I apologize. I'll check in on the place as often as possible.
Edited last time by UNIVAC on 11/27/2019 (Wed) 02:13:45.
>>4929
1. I don't reply to b8
2. I used to use /tv/ all the way up until that stupid fucking dup meme was spammed all over the place. That userbase is almost entirely goon tier faggots now.
Hell, even before I left there were multiple anons openly admitting they were spamming co and shttijng it up as much as possible, and all they received was praise for it from other /tv/ anons.
If you're going to ignore the shit they pull you might as well go to SA and invite as many of them over as possible, it'll have the same effect.
>>4936
>co
*/co/
>>4936
>if you're going to ignore the shit they pull you might as well go to SA and invite them
Again, it doesn't matter where it comes from we'll deal with it as it comes. If you want to blame /tv/, /intl/, goons or boogeyman of the week feel free. I don't care where or who it's coming from it's all the same anyway. Focus less on hunting down the source and more on just enjoying the board, posting about what you like, and just let the vols deal with it when they get a chance to do so. It's rare that it happens and usually it's quickly taken care of when it does. I would have addressed it faster the last time if I wasn't busy while it was happening. Generally, I'll let things go and hope that anons ignore it and only step in when absolutely needed.

>>4937
>/co/
I sympathize because I used /co/ too and saw what happened to it. I put the blame on the BO for not dealing with it instead of the anons that were causing the problem. If he'd done his job it wouldn't have gotten as bad as it did.
>>4939
You know what, you're right, I don't even know why it matters who is doing it anymore anyway.
>I put the blame on the BO for not dealing with it
From what I understand Beyonder just gave up like a fag and passed ownership off to one of the most autistic vols I have ever seen, then the userbase halved, and the ones who were left would report you for even the tamest jokes.
The board was fine under him, I still don't know why he went and did that.
We're testing new CSS that will be going global as soon as it's finished since the Lynxchan default is shit. /v/ will be a test bed for the Dark CSS while >>>/tv/ is testing the Yotsuba B theme. Both should be going global sometime today once the final bugs are worked out. If you find any major issues please let us know.
>>4968
testing
>test
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I noticed some problems with the CSS that would bother anons using vertical monitors so I've removed it for now until I can fix them.
>c*ckime faggots so upset that they made their own containment/crying thread
lmao, only soylent pigs watch anime because it caters to their feminine emotions
>>4822
>>4823
>>4824
>c*ckime trannies are also commie coomers
that explains everything, no wonder they got so irreversibly triggered

>>4931
>not a hugbox
>whines about muh /pol/ and how they are icky and not welcome here
sure thing, buddy

then again, considering that this board runs on software made by pic related, I am not surprised
Shut up Mark, we're not crawling into your asshole.
Oh boy the spammer is back, excellent.
I can't wait for 8kun to fail so mark and his fags have nowhere to go
>>4942
>The board was fine under him, I still don't know why he went and did that.
Moderating an imageboard is a lot of work, anyone not just into it for a power trip gets burnt out in a few years tops.
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>>4906
http://www.chaneru.com/Roku/HLS/X264_Settings.htm
https://handbrake.fr/docs/en/1.0.0/technical/video-x264-profiles-levels.html
https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.html#Preset-files
>>4931
Seems the poal was a success.
It meant to gauge the true opinion of julay/v/, and it did.
I knew way in advance you'll treat /v/ like old school/v/. At the least users here did represent themselves. So now the 🎂crew can BTFO.
>>4984
Member to make it mobile friendly!^)
>>5000
You're hilarious: without capitalism Animé would have never been made, and while StephenLynx is a socialist, he provided the software that allows you to post this, so you're welcome to thank him as well.
>>5033
Which is I suggested a tip jar for 4th BO /v/ has. It's unwelcomed, and I respect the decision >>>/meta/1529

If only 🎂🇮🇱crew would not spam and instead welcome this site for what it is and call us a sister site. Robi even made the 🎂 an board all for him >>>/nintendo/
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>>5035
I'm still confused, what is it you're trying to say? I already use the placebo preset in ffmpeg when encoding for my tests, it incorporates a ton of things to give the smallest possible file sizes for x264. I've tested this against a ton of other video codecs and have so far not come across a codec that produces smaller file sizes for lossless encoding (including formats that do nothing but lossless; apparently they're not designed for file size optimization). Yet x264 still has trouble competing against animated GIF with limited colors and loses substantially to animated PNG pretty much all the time. I suspect that the CorePNG video codec (a unique video codec that uses delta frame compositing like animation formats) actually could compete, but it's so old and painful to setup that I've never tried that one.>>5035
>>5035
>Seems the poal was a success.
It meant to gauge the true opinion of julay/v/, and it did.
I have bad news for you then, most votes in it are mine alone :^)
>>5086
Both APNG & GIF require you first set your palette, then the positions in a map. Similarly you're supposed to set the color limitations on an MP4, and which lattices will change. You need to customize your preset for <10seconds animations. Default is bad for optimization.
>>5087
Mathematically impossible, but thanks nonetheless.
>>5089
>Mathematically impossible
Do you know how IPs work, fren?
>>5090
Do you know how polls work?
>>5091
Yes, they work the following: I switch IP and can vote any number of times for any position.
Any other questions, newfren?
>>5092
How many times did you vote.
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Took too long to answer.
>>5095
What difference does it make?
Did you miss the
<can vote any number of times for any position
part?
Several positions are entirely me. I wanted to demonstrate how pointless the polls are since you asked.
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>>5098
Everything. But NVM, I already know what you want to say.
Thank you for participating.
I'm sure /agdg/ anon[s] is pleased with the result.
>>5100
>I'm sure /agdg/ anon[s] is pleased with the result
I doubt anyone from agdg voted since both nay and aye are all me +/- one anon.
Hope it's gonna a lesson for the future of how not to run boards, anon.
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>>4801
>>4823
hey buddy, is that you? lmao
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>>5101
You've misunderstood votersan 2nd.
I'm not a mod, and UNIVAC stated months ago after BO#3's failure, no matter what, this/v/ will be treated like /b/ with a mask.
You and the other two voters understood the need to represent to the spammer generals cannot be welcomed because of the current status of this board.
UNIVAC, like me, have been saying non stop to DIY a >>>/vg/.
And unlike the OP >>4470, I'm well aware of the deprecated chen2 thread.
Good luck to everyone really.
>>5104
That book has a lot of fans because it's a pretty groundbreaking work in anthropology, overturning decades of bad evidence-free assumptions about social development. If you give it a try you might find yourself one of them.
>>4929
>/n/ exists and so do several political boards. Our main worry when we started taking in boards was avoiding media attention related to the shootings which caused 8chan to get targeted. We also hash banned a certain .pdf file but I removed that some time ago. No one seems to have noticed. The 3D boards aren't allowed because I don't want to spend all day running Dost tests and those anons would be better served making their own imageboard. We mainly enforce the 2D/3D barrier to avoid the problems that such boards have caused other places in the past.
Yeh that's what I assumed was the rationale behind it.
>It seems to be working fine and I don't really care what a place like 8kun, that doesn't even allow you to read it without third party javascript does or doesn't do. Jim and Ron have had four months to get their site working and still can't manage to keep it online. I don't think it's right that they got taken down in the first place but I never plan on returning and I think a lot of anons feel the same way. As long as anons use this place we'll keep it online.
I'm definitely not leaving, just pointing out what I think would help prevent a 420chan style of situation where most of the site is dead often duplicate-subject-matter boards, though 420chan also has a whole bunch of other issues involving its demographics that contribute to its shittiness.
>Even if a board is "dead" I don't want to delete it because it could always come back to life and the existing threads could have content within them an anon may need later. The board I liked the most on 8ch barely got 3 posts a month but it contained a lot of content I would go back and read again.
I can see the archiving point also. Better yet would be some concept of merging boards where there was an identified overlap and both BOs agreed it was best, but again Lynxchan likely does not have that capability.
Why are all the boards not controlled by mark spammed by spergs with too many proxies?
Everytime you post on an alt board some mentally ill retard replies with stale bait.
>>5152
Coincidence, I'm sure. Terrible coincidence.
>>5152
ni/gg/er patrol
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>>5104
>Admits to getting paid to shill his swill opinions in his twitter bio
>Expects anyone to take his "woke" vitriol seriously.
We need a good old fashioned war to thin this kind of garbage out.
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>>5152
>Why are all the boards not controlled by mark spammed by spergs with too many proxies?
>Everytime you post on an alt board some mentally ill retard replies with stale bait.
Why indeed.
>>5152
>all boards not controlled by Mark are spammed
>all boards controlled by Mark are also spammed
Quit your D&C and just ignore it faggot.
>>5214
>shiting on mark is divide and conquer
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>>5214
>Quit your D&C
Mark plz.
>>5152
Because even a low level incompetent retard nose nigger like mark is able to assemble a crew of shabbos goyim to ruin the competition.
Nobody enjoys posting on the fag's board, and EVERYONE on cake/v/ (as well as /tv/) openly shits on him, yet he somehow has his own cake cult.
It's mind boggling, and almost makes me believe magic is real, because how else could that smelly matzo chomping motherfucker get anyone to help him out without a curse being placed upon them?
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WHY

DO

THEY

PERSECUTE

ME

SO???
How come this places gets more pph than the actual 8Kuck? Is everyone just waiting for Jim to come out and fully say that you can finally post or has the average image board user finally learned to see past and reject Jewish rule?
If so why is everyone just waiting on bunker boards. Shouldn't we be correlating to something better? Something that can't be taken down by the feds or anyone else?
>>5250
Myriad of reasons.
>people sketched out about glow niggers
>can't post without JS enabled even on the onion address
>site is incredibly bloated compared to bunker boards so it runs like shit
>if people didn't know about Jim's shenanigans before the shutdown they've probably seen the dozens of clips exposing his carelessness about user data leaks, and other weird bullshit
>people have settled into the bunker boards, they communities are relatively resistant to newfags and haven't been targeted by ddos bullshit
>they likely won't ever be targeted once 8glow comes online
Plus a lot of boards aren't available yet on 8glow. I'm sure once Mark shuts down the bunker PPH will spike on both 8glow and other webring boards as people fan out.
>Shouldn't we be correlating to something better? Something that can't be taken down by the feds or anyone else?
The best "we" can do is spread out board distribution as much as possible. Julay kind of has an issue of monopolizing board creation at the moment in the webring. The more spread out board distribution is of especially higher PPH boards the more immune to glow nigger fuckery the webring is. Other than that there's not much that can be done without more development towards crazy decentralized P2P web tech, which is outside of the scope of probably every site owner in the webring.
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>>5250
>go back to 1 site lol
>more pph than the actual 8Kuck

So? 4 and 8 is tainted by the heebpoz anyway. Jim & his censor cucksquad worked with feds for yrs behind the scenes voluntarily, and you're a dumbass for thinking their reboot wont be more of the same.
>>5256
I feel like you've completely misinterpreted what that Anon just said.
>can't post without JS enabled even on the onion address
>JS on tor

LOL really? lmfao hmmm jim cut a deal?

it could easily go down something like this: "listen goy Jim we need more security measures, if you do it better for us this time around we'll let you go with less punishment!"

The huge irony here is that he worked with feds and still is getting prosecuted over total bs. What a retard for thinking he could ever appease them ever.

What happened to Jim is like zuckerberg getting tried/lawsuited because isis posted a beheading on his site. But people with brains all know how (((it))) works, always 1 sided.

>>5257
Oy vey major misread, yeah I hope the avg image board user figured it out already. It would be so fucking retarded to go back to the cattlepen of 4 and 8, something else needs to rise.
>>5260
>can't post without JS
oof
>>5250
>something better
>8kun
>better
>we should go somewhere feds won't take down, like a datamining website owned by the feds
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>>5255
>>5264
It's very very very wierd, everyone and their grandma who has ANYTHING to with webdev KNOWS that JS allowes EZ as fuck exploits & deanonymization of users it's an old as fuck problem/exploit. There is no excuse for it.

Jim and his spooge drinkers fucking KNOWS this shit, there's literally no way its not deliberate. These goddamn fucking rats.

BTW running something on tor won't help if its co-op glownigger central. That's just false sense of security, feds know how to do it since that poor guy pirate rob got life in prison for cucking the clintons&cia just by making his online bazaar, and a shitton of people got cucked when they did their months long sting-op on druggies.
>>5268
I mean it's not weird, it's blatantly obvious what's going on. They literally implemented a feature that freezes the entire site in place just like cuckchan has for when feds make demands. Obviously they're storing important user data and when someone posts something the glowies don't like they freeze the site, give the glowies all the sniffed user data who posted in the problematic thread, and suddenly anons have the feds at their door for posting "kill niggers lol". As far as I'm aware 8chan isn't even fully open source anymore. It couldn't be more obvious that it's insecure to post edgy political shit on it.
>>5268
Feds invented TOR in the Navy:
https://www.onion-router.net/
People misunderstand the point of TOR, and it's not anonymity.
What happened to the CSS? >>>/tv/ looks much better than this.
>>5285
TOR provides anonymity that's hard to defeat unless you control a signifanct amount of the internet's infrastructure to do traffic pattern analysis or to co-opt a large number of nodes ideally both in combination. This means functionally speaking it's vulnerable only to the burger government.
>anime avatar faggot and anti-anime turbosperg are now shitting up threads across the board
Am I to understand this is what julay/v/ is now?
>>5267
I see responses like this more and more over the years, is reading comprehension really getting rarer as time goes by, or is the number of fags who deliberately misunderstand shit increasing?
Both?
>>5342
it's probably the anime avatar sperg false flagging as both, not like you can tell, without any IDs. makes me wonder (((why))) they were taken away, anyways
>>5355
and now, he's gone full "asshurt, but only ironically" mode, as he posts some anime pic with nonsensical post, and then he probably uses his phone to greentext cuckime, it's transparent as fuck

would you believe, off topic, non-vidya meta posts are filled with retards, I'm shocked, for one
>>5372
*threads, I mean
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>no mark
>not castrated
I'll be staying here thank you very much.
>>5342
It's the Mark thread. Who cares.
>>5377
The admins here are turbofaggots as well, but it most assuredly beats posting with cake kike and his army of ni/gg/er suckups.
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>>5255
>if people didn't know about Jim's shenanigans before the shutdown they've probably seen the dozens of clips exposing his carelessness about user data leaks, and other weird bullshit
And for any newfags/freshly awoken coma patients who don't know:
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>>5294
No, TOR doesn't provide anonymity, and it wasn't why it was created. Anyone telling you otherwise is an ECHELON goon.
Onion routing depends on everyone being nice, and that's been proven academically and state funded to never be possible.
>>5378
Yep. It's their containment thread, let them sperg there.
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>>5387
This reminds me.
I wonder if these two need to be reposted in >>>/ggrevolt/
>>5377
So long as shitty cuckchan threads and memes aren't tolerated I think I will too.
>>5390
vol said he will not interfere unless he absolutely has to, so tough luck there
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>>5388
serious question: how does it make you feel?
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>>5393
What?
>>5255
>which is outside of the scope of probably every site owner in the webring.
Actually, Robi is working on something like that right now.
https://gitgud.io/rb/FinalSolution
>>5386
>it most assuredly beats posting with cake kike and his army of ni/gg/er suckups
You say that like they're not actively shitting up the board right now.
>>5407
just because you are obsessed with them, and spam /cow/ day and night with mundane screenshots doesn't make your boogeyman real
Hello /v/, I will be your new BO from now on.

From watching and participating in this board, I can say with some assurance that this place is just fine as it is despite some shitstirring. I'm not going to change any rules, because the board is running fine as it is unless it is absolutely necessary. I will try to be transparent as possible when it comes to running this board, and I don't mind the bullis.

If you have any questions, let me know. I might not be able to answer them in a timely manner, but I will get to them.
>>5477
What moniker if any do you want?
Or should I just call you whatever it's in the logs?
>>5480
I prefer that you just call me by what is on the logs for the sake of consistency. Besides, my username has been on the logs before.
>>5481
Np, your first duty is up: >>5482
>>5477
What’s your stance on GG, LOL, and webm threads?
>>5477
>reddit spacing
is that jew mark?
>>5484
>LOL
>>1118
>webm
>>348
>GG
Not BO, but Adam Baldwin trolled the fuck out of /v/. Played like a 🎻.
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>[New BO] deleted the following threads: 5460 and the following posts: 5462, 5463, 5476, 5479 from board /v/.
Perfect. Welcome aboard.
>>5483
Fixed

>>5484
GG is old news, it should be buried and left alone. From lurking in the LOL threads, I see that as /b/-tier stuff, so I wouldn't welcome that here either. However, >>1118 and >>348 are debatable since there are some posts that are actually vidya related, but I'll keep a close eye on it. Besides, I see them as containment threads since 8/vg/ even had them on there (as in the QTDDTOT and webm threads). The board used to have a screenshot thread.

>>5486
You know it is mainly because of my writing style I have developed throughout the years and the fact I don't like jumbling sentences together. I like to keep things short and simple unless I have to let out my autism occassionally.

>>5489
You're welcome.
>>5491
>since 8/vg/ even had them
You better not be /vg/'s vol/BO.
>>5493
I can confirm he's not.
>>5494
Good then.
>>5477
Looking forward to it, these days are crucial as 8kun migration seems nebulous at best and many anons will hesitate and stay in the ring.

>>5493
>>5495
Thrax really cleaned your plow, didn't he.
But i agree with some anons here, /vg/ isn't needed (yet) as it got its lasting speed due to major unconformity regarding Mark's everything, this place is a new shot so there shouldn't be anyone angry (i think)
>>5499
>Thrax really cleaned your plow, didn't he.
Who?
>But i agree with some anons here, /vg/ isn't needed (yet) as it got its lasting speed due to major unconformity regarding Mark's everything, this place is a new shot so there shouldn't be anyone angry (i think)
/vg/ turned into no fun allowed rulecuckery, the last thing I want is that moderation mentality here.
Ironically, the exact same thing happened to /animu/, so perhaps that is the inevitable eventuality of every splinter alt-board. Here's hoping that an entirely new website will escape that predicament. Even though we already had like 5 BOs in the last 2 months
>>5500
/tv/intl/ please leave. You stick out like a sore thumb.
>>5499
/vg/ is completely unnecessary at the speed of the bunker and even 8chan. The only reason it was relevant at all was because a lot of people disliked the cakeman's /v/.
>>5501
The fuck are you talking about, sperg?
>>5500
>Who?
Thanks for proving you know nothing, larper.
>>5501
>>5502
>>5504
Okay who's this autismo?
>>5505
Why are you replying to me? Give me a reason for /vg/'s existence when /v/ itself has threads that last for days or weeks.
>>5502
>/vg/ is completely unnecessary at the speed of even 8chan.
And it was one of the fastest boards, imagine what would you think about the niche boards like /loomis/. But i agree, it's not even close to necessary at this moment, we should just move and post like always although we might need new blood.

Regarding that, what's the stance regarding snatching posters? we are enough to move the rope as far as i can tell, just asking as some anons had a good discussion contemplating the manners and ways of attracting quality.
>>5506
>haha don't have alternative boards goyim, just post on /v/!
/vg/ might have turned to shit but the original concept was to get away from goons like you.
>>5507
/loomis/, like many other niche boards isn't accounted for by any other active board. /vg/ on the other hand was just /v/ with more rules (and different owner).

>>5508
Nigger what the fuck are you even talking about? Splintering the community into 17 boards with minor-to-no differences for no reason is fucking retarded. It's was one of the primary struggles for small boards in 8chan too, because everyone wants to run their own little variation of it when the community isn't big enough to support it. /vg/ is even worse though because it's basically the same board as /v/. As long as /v/ is good there's no reason to make a /vg/ except if your goal is to split the community or gain power over people.
>>5509
>As long as /v/ is good
Okay but it is.
>>5510
isn't*
>>5509
>/vg/ is even worse though because it's basically the same board as /v/
Minus Mark and a bunch of newfags, which was a giant difference (until a couple of months before August) enough to justify its mere existence for a lot of people. It boggles me how some folks didn't see that.
>>5512
It boggles my mind that certain anons claim to not use multiple boards and that slow boards are bad. I used at least 5 vidya related boards on 8ch, maybe more.
>>5512
Whether splitting the community just to have a newfag board and a non-newfag board is a good idea is debatable. Here where the activity is already low it's not a good idea no matter what.

In the case of bad moderation, an "alternate" board serves the function of replacing the original board, not to coexist with it. This was the main function of /vg/ and most other videogame boards in 8chan as far as I saw it; to get away from Mark.
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>>5506
Next thing you're going to say is "What's the point of jula/v/ when you can post on 8coom!"

Sorry Mark, this is a no cake and jews zone.
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hey guise lets raid mark XD
>>5514
Board replacement never works, it just cuts off a large group of anons from other anons. More often than not the people who have the biggest problems are people you don't want on your board any way. They're the people spamming Mark's asshole every where while adding nothing to the conversation and having no relevant interests. They're looking to shit post the place up and reply "Hi Mark" or "Go back to Reddit" to every message any way.

Unless something huge happen, which is unlikely on a mostly stable platform like image boards people won't move to another place. Reddit only exists because Digg fucked up which only exists because a website before it fucked up and the userbase fled. 8ch as a concept failed because no one would migrate to other boards no matter how bad they got and when people did leave it was to tiny irrelevant boards. /pol/ was unusable and the core to the website and still people didn't leave. /v/ by it's very nature is not going to be a high quality nor high intelligence board, so why do you expect the complete opposite to react any better?
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>>5515
>What's the point of jula/v/ when you can post on 8coom!
You can post images from Tor.
>>5393
What game is that?
>17 litres of semen
Now that's the podracing.
>>5513
>I used at least 5 vidya boards
Let's not get too excited here.
>>5514
I agree, i was not claiming we need a /vg/ but that the need for it existed back then.
>replacing
I think /vg/ was more of a distant house than a replacement plan, unlike /b2/ or /tech/.
>>5518
>Board replacement never works
Except it has, you have 2 examples i mentioned that killed /b/ and /g/, both due to bad moderation. /pol/ and at some point /christian/ had the example of battered wives, the alternative boards got big but there was always a favorite userbase inside or simply liked the state of it, like /v/.
>>5518
>8ch as a concept failed because no one would migrate to other boards no matter how bad they got
I've always believed that this problem is 2-fold; lack of support from the software, and people's obsession with big 4chan board names.
It's simply too much effort to find alternative boards because the software doesn't allow you to find them in any practical way and the BOs of other boards typically don't want people to advertise alternatives, even the tags weren't working in 8chan. Board discovery features have been requested since time immemorial but nobody seems to think it's important.

And as long as someone has the /v/ board name, nobody wants to use some weird name like "/vidya/". Even the most successful alternative in 8chan, /vg/, was another 4chan board name. I think this is slowly changing for other boards, but /v/ and /vg/ are still the only videogame board names people make and go to. Same applies to /pol/, but people are hesitant to host one right now so alternatives are getting attention due to it's absence.
>>5522
/b/ migration did not work, it was a new board full of pedo spam so it just killed /b/ entirely.
>>5517
are there any imageboard mumbles to hang out with the boys in?
preferably ones without girls in them
>>5525
There used to be a /pol/ mumble but it was full of shitskins.
>>5526
So, exactly like /pol/. I don't think there's been even 1 white chan that I can remember. Just jews, mutts and trannies.
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>>5477
>I can say with some assurance that this place is just fine as it is despite some shitstirring
Good, I hate when mods start trying to direct conversation.
Most of the anons complaining about offtopic arguing are the spergs replying. How hard is it to ignore bait and just post about videogames?
>>5388
>Onion routing depends on everyone being nice
Try reading what I posted, or going and reading the many available sources on how they actually defeat TOR. It's usually by controlling a fairly sizeable number of nodes, making the ones they don't control unlikely to be used (flooding them with traffic, for example) and then analysing patterns either at entrance and exit nodes or even between notes. All of this is only really practical if you're the US government sitting on most of the infrastructure for the internet and can either set up a lot of nodes or seize active ones either by yourself or using partner agencies worldwide.

There are some ways to protect against this, for example specifying certain nodes you want to use, but that has its own pitfalls.

All of this assumes you aren't a retard who leaves JS on with TOR.
>>5494
Out of interest how can you do that, other than trusting the new BO's word? I'm not bothered either way, just curious.
>>5502
8/vg/ was probably about as fast as we are now, maybe even faster. It was a fine speed compared to 8/v/ for anyone used to slower boards rather than instant (you) gratification. Obviously another vidya board is unnecessary here though.
From lurking in both /v/ and /vg/, I can say the biggest flaw for both boards is the fact rules are either vague or they are worded too specific to the point that it makes anons hesistant to post a new thread or integrate themselves into converstion. Which leads into my next point on how to keep a conversation going. I'm not going to be your babysitter, I'm only going to step in when things get worse. If you think someone is sliding the conversation, just ignore it. If they keep trying to cast their bait, I am more likely going to delete their posts that looks like spam. I'm not expecting revolutionary posts here, but please talk or post about anything vidya related.

This thread and the mark/v/ thread have the most activity this past week for the wrong reasons. As I said earlier, I want to put this stuff behind and just run it separate from any kind of /v/ board. The more you treat jula/v/ as if it has its own identity, the better.

>>5547
I never talked to 8/vg/ moderation team outside of the board. I was never a BO or volunteer on any infinite board before. If anything, I was a vol prior to being given the BO role here. I mostly lurk, and if I want to partcipate in a thread I'll join in. I just want to be seen as a user like you guys, that's all.
>>5549
>I want to put this stuff behind
People talk about what's interesting at any moment, and this is a time when meta topics about the different places are the most interesting because 8kun is becoming more relevant and there will be attacks and subversion attempts and the like, and people don't yet know what this place is really like or where they should settle.
>>5550
I see your point, I just don't want it bleeding into the actual threads.
rulecuckery is always bad and leads to downfall
just be easy going and delete /tv/ spergs and encourage anime posting
So how many of you guys refuse to use 8kun? I hope the majority of Mark/v/ ends up here.
>>5549
Thanks to blood sports defining /cow/ and thus julay you're going to see mostly gossips wanting to talk shit about people on boards here. They're more interested in shit talking Mark than playing vidya.

There's also the anime spergs who shit up every thread when someone replies in a way they don't like and they discourage people from posting here. Why put effort into a post if you just get 3 (you)s all posting smug retard shit? Might as well save the effort in writing it.
>>5556
If posting without JS isn't fixed within the next few days I'm completely writing it off as a complete and utter honeypot.
>>5558
They would have fixed it last night if they intended to. I think it's related to the DDoS mitigation, which they probably won't turn off.
>>5552
I'm not going to encourage anything. All I am going to do is just delete spam and follow the global rule for now. You only need to ignore them, and they probably will stop otherwise I have to step in.

>>5557
I see the stigma julay has developed from the very beginning, so I do expect that here. As I said above, ignore them and if they keep on sperging then I will delete them as fast as possible.
>>5556
I really don't like it, neither from the technical perspective nor the backstory itself as the site really seems to glow hard. I cannot see it growing without very drastic measures, the userbase is fragmented due to poor or no involvement from the BO's coupled with Ron/Jim secrecy, along with the latter dudes shifting focus from the classic boards to only the Q posters.
I predict we will survive albeit in a very slow form if we don't move to catch indecisive anons.
>I hope the majority of Mark/v/ ends up here.
Why would you want that?
>>5557
>why put effort into a post if you just get 3 (you)s all posting smug retard shit? Might as well save the effort in writing it.
>he doesn't like easy (You)s from attention starved autists
Just act smug back or ignore it
>>5561
>Why would you want that?
Because the majority of them were alright, they just feared change. With how shitty 8kun is, it might finally influence them to go to another website and see change isn't so scary after all
>>5562
You piss the point. Why do I work on a board where no one will reply to anything with any value? Why don't I go post on Reddit or Cuckchan where people will answer my questions and discuss things with me?

There is always going to be shit posting on image boards because they're anonymous. My issue is more that most modern image boards lack the hidden gems among the shit posting. Other websites now get the quality people because on Reddit, Youtube Patreon and the others like it you can earn money for your good quality content. Why would an anon like me choose to hang around anime spergs who won't hold any discussions when I could hang around other communities and get rewarded for my effort with people replying to me in interesting ways?

Fuck website tribalism. If a website isn't giving me a return on my investment who pick that one over any other?
>>5549
>I never talked to 8/vg/ moderation team outside of the board. I was never a BO or volunteer on any infinite board before. If anything, I was a vol prior to being given the BO role here. I mostly lurk, and if I want to partcipate in a thread I'll join in. I just want to be seen as a user like you guys, that's all.
Fair enough.
>>5556
>So how many of you guys refuse to use 8kun?
I go where the best vidya discussion can be had. Right now that's here and anywhere with mark influencing things is always going to be inferior.
>I hope the majority of Mark/v/ ends up here.
Why? Most of the userbase is shit. I'd be happy for the small % that are salvageable to come here but the rest can stay in their own shithole.
>>5564
>anonymous imageboard
>return on my investment
Wow it does sound like you belong on reddit. Go farm that karma, faggot.
>>5566
Are you such a loser you can't understand that there's no value in putting effort into something which repays you with nothing? I can find a forum from 2001 with nothing but bots spamming viagra advertisements and post on there instead. I get the same amount of quality responses and return on the effort I put in.

So why post on an image board where the post quality is abysmal or the mods are trannies who ban you for 2 days and 23 hours over nothing just so they can avoid you appealing it?
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>>5567
I'm sorry, I couldn't read your post over the overpowering stench of reddit coming from your direction
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>>5567
>if i don't get upvote points what's the point in posting?
There's a certain website you might be interested in.
>>5571
Thank you for proving my point. Upvotes were not mentioned at all, discussion and conversation were. Why would I effort post for.

>>5568
>>5571
>>5572
No, you mentioned a "return on your investment". You know that's the exact same mentality that faggots on reddit use who are attached to their username and karma, right? Of course you do. Go back.
>>5564
>describing discourse as something that has monetary value
>perceiving every social exchange as an investment
Are are a literal jew? I mean that sincerely. Do you have any semitic lineage? Or are you over 50 since boomers tend to have adopted a lot of the behaviors of kikes for whatever reason. I'd like to know since I've heard almost no one ever speak about discourse like you just did and I find it interesting.
>>5563
>they just feared change
They are a bunch of pansies who get jewed all the time like beaten kids, some of them are alright but those are isolated in general threads or spend most of their time actually playing games and reporting back when chill.
If they didn't move with massive bans, bunkered in a Mark-run website and with much slower pace (than their usual speed) then i don't see them moving. Whoever had the grit to do it went to /vg/ or changed hobbies.

>>5564
I'm not involved in there but you damaged my eyes with
>a return on my investment
You roam with other anonymous users to learn, debate, fling shit, get, give and receive feedback with no repercussions but also no rewards other than said feedback. It's explicit, if you don't like it then it's best to make a name for yourself in a place were they let you do just that. In IBs, you give as you take.
>Are you such a loser you can't understand that there's no value in putting effort into something which repays you with nothing?
And a fucking jew to boot, get fucked already mister. You cannot expect good results when you behave like a cunt, it's part of the meritocracy regarding having no identity.
I don't get this whole "investment" thing when it comes to imageboards. In my eyes, I like the bouncing around of ideas and just getting involved in the discussion. I mean I effortpost, but I mostly do it since I like finding nuggets of information that someone might use or apply. If you think you can make a monetary investment on an imageboard, you're wrong. Due to the nature of imageboards, I think this is only an investment in information, no matter the quality of the said information.
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>>5557
>anime bad
how about you go back to reddit where you belong?
>>5575
>>a return on my investment
You roam with other anonymous users to learn, debate, fling shit, get, give and receive feedback with no repercussions but also no rewards other than said feedback.

That's what you get in return for your effort posting. You get that as your return on investment. You get the anonymous shit posting with some depth to it, not weebs spamming anime girls and reddit logos.

You faggots need to stop acting like kikes and assuming a return on something has to be money related. If you try to talk to someone every day for a week and they just grumble at you then you got shit for your effort. If you talk to a cute girl for a week and she blew you after then you got something. Money is not involved.
>>5579
>the kike calls us kikes
Wew
>>5579
>makes direct analogy to monetary value
>oy vey who would draw such a comparison
This has to be bait, not even a jew could act this jewish.
>>5567
THERE IS NO USIN' A MOVEMENT
>>5581
Only a kike thinks money is the only way to invest in things.

But I rest my case anons. Why would I effort post here when all the responses are by retards who got banned from Cake kike's board for posting stupid shit like this? What do I get in return for spending 10 minutes typing a thoughtful post? 3 3 word replies saying Reddit, Kike or whatever stupid meme you just picked up.

If you want a good board you have to give people a reason to engage on it. You need anons willing to effort post with each other and to build a foundation. You don't need the /r9k/ dregs who just whine about every game they see, watch anime and then try to start drama with any one who likes a game younger than they are.
>>5572
On what other website will you get responses such as an anonymous image board can provide?
>get rewarded for my effort with people replying to me in interesting ways?
You say "interesting ways" but don't really define that, so I'm left to imagine the "interesting ways" I've seen and none of them could happen on a traditional forum, at least without being severely neutered.
>>5584
>complains about kikery when he was the one to expose himself for kikeish behavior
>complains about whining when he was the one originally whining
>"Why would I effort post"
Why are you still here at all? Seriously, and this is not bait, go to reddit if they are so much more ebin. I've never browsed the gaming sections of reddit but I'm sure they have multiple different subs to suit your needs :)
>>5584
>start acting in bad faith, calling everyone who doesn't use /v/ a shitposter and everyone who doesn't use /b/ a pedophile
>WOW WHY ARE PEOPLE ACTING IN BAD FAITH BACK
Truly a mystery.
>>5585
fun posts.

How many of them come from here and not cuckchan? How many times are you going to post frogs before you get bored of them? What's the latest wojaks.

What value do imageboards have when they have no originality and no depth to their posts?
>>5584
>Only a kike thinks money is the only way to invest in things.
Nigger that is the exact analogy YOU made when talking about the value you get from posting on an imageboard by mentioning shit like jewtube and patreon.
>Why would I effort post here when all the responses are by retards
You wouldn't. If you don't find value in the discussion taking place you don't engage and move on. Like with literally any discussion in any aspect of life ever. I'm not sure why you feel the need to debate this, it seems pretty fucking rudimentary.
>If you want a good board you have to give people a reason to engage on it
What does this mean? Flesh out this point instead of drawing monetary analogies then sperging out when people call you out for thinking you deserve monetary compensation for imageboard posts.

If people didn't find value in the conversations taking place then they wouldn't be having them in the first place. Imageboards still exist and people are still conversing on them, so therefore people find inherent value in them. Just because you personally don't doesn't mean that you need to artificially inject some weird unknown system to attribute value to posts that you refuse to actually describe at any length.
>>5592
More proof of the kind of idiots image boards are now filled with. No one can disagree, it has to be some conspiracy from glowniggers, or another board, nothings in good faith any more. How do you have a conversation with a Paranoid idiot who thinks every post he disagrees with is a plant from a government agency?
>>5579
>You get some depth to it, not weebs spamming anime girls and reddit logos.
Boy oh boy, i'm really going to hate myself for spouting the word but here goes, i think the problem with your situation is that you feel entitled to a raving response(s) after making a good post, but that doesn't happen often at all... and it shouldn't in most cases.
You should contribute and expect nothing, that's how anyone should function to be honest (in their free time and with their hearts i mean). And i can assure you even if no one replies back, most of the time there's 3 to 5 times more lurkers than posters, those might not reply like a pajeet in a random commentary section (hence "they shouldn't") but it's appreciated. An extreme case would be Superbus, he actually didn't receive a lot of positive feedback for the things he did but the vast majority of posters who saw his threads remember his effort, even today 5 years already
You need to use your heart at this, if you don't enjoy it might as well not do it. Unless you are a heeb.
>>5593
>nothing is original BECAUSE I SAY SO!!!
If you monitor every single post on every single imageboard and keep a mental checkbook of what you think is original or worth replying to or not, I'm going to say something to you I never thought I'd say to a fellow autist:

Go outside.
>>5594
>Imageboards still exist and people are still conversing on them, so therefore people find inherent value in them
I'm questioning if this is true. After being on them for over ten years I'm wondering if people are here because they find value or because they have no where else they can say nigger.
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>>5584
>What do I get in return for spending 10 minutes typing a thoughtful post? 3 3 word replies saying Reddit, Kike or whatever stupid meme you just picked up.
>If you want a good board you have to give people a reason to engage on it. You need anons willing to effort post with each other and to build a foundation.

Right now we are in a very interesting situation, where a significant part of /v/ is, let's redtext for a return for your investment

CONSIDERING MIGRATION TO JULAY/v/

What condition should be met to satisfy their demands? What condition should be met for the board to grow and attract more anons, which would attract more good anons and good posts, which would in turn make this site better and ""worth using""?

POST MORE TO MAKE THE BOARD GROW
>>5596
Since when did I ever say I was entitled to shit? I don't expect quality replies, I never said I did. I'm presenting a simple question.

Why invest in a board full of idiots spamming weeb shit instead of another board where better replies will happen?
>>5598
There's value in being able to have the kinds of conversations that are literally illegal or banned off of every other site. Like I said, you don't get to be the arbiter of value here. Imageboards still exist, people are still posting on them, so that means there are people that value the discussions taking place. You've refused to comment on the multiple other points I just questioned so I'll assume you're just conceding.
>>5600
Just ignore them and continue the discussion from where it was left off. Also, don't expect to get a reply so soon, it takes time for someone muster up the courage to post something and get any kind of feedback from it.
>>5598
>I'm wondering if people are here because they find value or because they have no where else they can say nigger.
Nigger saying nigger it's quite frankly a big value these days. You are answering yourself.
>>5600
>I'm presenting a simple question.
Sounds like moving goalposts to me, but i will entertain that
>instead of another board where better replies will happen?
You lost me there, what are you talking about, you didn't mention anything like that before. You said pointless internet tribalism, unpaid effort posting, implicitly bashed bullies and general disdain for modern IB communities.
But like this fella >>5603 and this other >>5562 said, just walk on.
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>>5598
>After being on them for over ten years I'm wondering if people are here because they find value
There is definite value in honesty. How can you tell if anon says more truth than lies? He lacks a motive to lie. He is anonymous, no action is traced to him if he does basic opsec, he is not constrained in that regard. There is no motive like preservation of reputation, morale or power. Like that, everyone is free to speak their minds and focus on sharing information efficiently. This is the value of imageboards and I can't find anyplace else where comparable to IBs in that regard.
Hey BO, be a good BO and delete this duplicate thread >>2871 a local gaylo autist made, we already have a general played/finished thread >>1623
Thanks.
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Here's a bit of an unusual complaint, which I'm surprised I haven't seen yet. Is there any chance that we could get a more readable body font? Courier New is nice for a compiler but remarkably terrible for reading comprehension, especially large volumes of it. I know that /trapshota/ changed their board theme, albeit not the font, so it should be technically possible, right?
>>5584
>Why would I effort post here when all the responses are by retards
If you did maybe people would effortpost back, but so far you've only acted whiny about how nobody sucks your dick for your incredibly indepth posts about how nobody sucks your dick.
>>5609
The default lynxchan theme is utter shit, I'm not sure how anyone can tolerate it. >>/tv/ has a good theme. /animu/ also runs lynxchan and they have a good theme too https://prolikewoah.com/animu/
>>5602
There is no value in freedom if nothing said within that freedom is worth hearing. A blank piece of paper is only as valueable as what is written on it. >>5602
>>5611
You have no idea what posts and threads I made on this board. I contribute.
>>5618
>if nothing said within that freedom is worth hearing.
And who would decide it worthiness? You?
>>5616
But when will it be out? That was announced almost 2 months ago and there hasn't been any updates except that it's being worked on.
>>5630
more like 2 weeks ago but I'd imagine it should be on its way
>>5636
There's a thread about it on fatchan that's over month and half old though, that's where I first heard about it. https://fatpeople.lol/tech/thread/60.html
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Wow, ID:521aec is certainly more greedy than me.
And I only want to break even hosting IBs.
Now with the >>>/meta/1547, I'm never recommending lynxchan at all.
Lol.
>>5598
Maybe try looking around other boards besides /v/ to get a better idea of who enjoys imageboards
/v/ has been a shitposting godawful cesspit for over a decade, and having a decent conversation on any iteration of it nowadays without the thread being fucking destroyed is rare.
Even non-english imageboards have this problem, video game boards in general just seem to attract the most autistic shitflinging retards on the planet.
CakeKike froze vch, didn't he?
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>>5576
>If you think you can make a monetary investment on an imageboard, you're wrong.
https://julay.world/.static/pages/about.html
>>5661
It now redirects to 8kun yes.
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>>5598
> After being on them for over ten years I'm wondering if people are here because they find value or because they have no where else they can say nigger.
That IS a value, you turbonigger.
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>>5677
Shitposting aside, yes, there is immeasurable value in Imageboards if you know how to use them. The book threads gave me a closer facsimile to a classical education than the poz hole cargo cult that passes for american universities, and the /sig/ thread taught me to stop eating like a faggot.
That's just the obvious stuff. You'd be amazed what you can could find if you stop cancerposting and look around once in a while.
>>5670
A shame for anons, yet again threads are frozen in time bound to be forgotten on what was working out as a nice continuation.
All because Mark gets paid by Jim he wants to go back to this mockery that was home
>>5609
We are working on fixing the UI. Currently re-writing the CSS and some of the templates. It'll be global as soon as it's ready.
>>5670
>Vchan got caked
Good riddance honestly. Let the trannys and the glowniggers slither back to 8coom.
>>5679
>>5682
Remember mark is literally employed by Jim. No doubt if he kept it up jim would have pulled his money and then he'd not even be able to afford living in the literal jewish home for autistic kids he's in now.
>>5681
Please change the icons in the top right to be text instead of shitty images. People still thing lynxchan hasn't got a catalog because the grid icon is there instead of a link saying catalog.
>>5684
I think the bigger problem is that the icons aren't logically ordered, and they become different depending on what page you're viewing.
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>>5684
>>5687
These will be fixed soon. A new theme is being developed for Julay.
>>5697
looks great
>>5697
Yes, please.
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>>5697
Nice.
>>5556
I only used mark /v/ for the grand strategy thread, but without working tor posting I'm not gonna go there anymore. Which sucks because its the last good place left to discuss those games.
>>5684
>There's icons in the top right corner
>It's all the buttons i've been searching for weeks now
>>5556
8kun is for oversocialized children and Qoomers.
Can we please turn IDs back off? They were a bad idea back when 7chan started experimenting with them over a decade ago and that never stopped. They don't actually prevent samefagging, all they really do is allow people to focus on identity over arguments. Wasn't the whole point of anonymous image boards to do the opposite?
>>5679
The threads were migrated, but cake/v/ hasn't had anything worth remembering since the first month it was up.
Cake/tv/ dying has forced them to choose between 8kuck and julay though, and it looks like at least some of them did the smart thing and avoided self-suck snake.
>>5711
>but cake/v/ hasn't had anything worth remembering since the first month it was up.
well yeah, the only active thread there was the goobergate general where they don't even talk about video games.
>>5712
Tell that to the guy I was responding to, it looked like he was moping as if a shit ton of niche boards got killed again.
Cake castle dying is about as impactful as /b/ getting killed and revived repeatedly over the years, nothing of value is lost but it keeps coming back.
The threads immediately post-shut down when everyone was gathered in one spot for a short period and bantering back and forth were pretty fun though.
>>5713
>Cake castle dying is about as impactful as /b/ getting killed and revived repeatedly over the years, nothing of value is lost but it keeps coming back.
All threads on /v/, /b/, /tv/, /a/ etc., basically on all legacy boards and any active boards in general, are the exact same threads perpetually falling off the board and being made again, +some news threads relevant only for about a week. This is not a bad thing, just a thing that happens in a neverending loop and therefore an idea of some inherent value of a board is silly. Make /v/ on a Finnish cheese discussion imageboard and in a month it's gonna look exactly the same, filled with same links, as /v/ with 2 million replies.
>The threads immediately post-shut down when everyone was gathered in one spot for a short period and bantering back and forth were pretty fun though.
I was there and even helped as much as I could. But then Mark acted like a faggot towards me and I told him to fuck himself.
>>5702
>>5687
The worst part is the stuff at the top left actually has the words: they can't even keep their shitty design principles consistent.
>>5697
Good to hear. Another catalog link at the top centre of the page (under board title) wouldn't hurt as well and don't forget there'll be a few fags who still want a dark theme version.
You know I've not actually checked yet but does sage actually work on lynxchan?
>>5701
>Which sucks because its the last good place left to discuss those games.
You could make a thread here but I doubt it'll get the same speed. We seem to have gotten the RTS autists rather than the GSG autists.
>>5720
>You know I've not actually checked yet but does sage actually work on lynxchan?
yes, every vichan feature works here thanks to admin

the problem is that lynxchan's features also work, since they are dogshit
>>5711
>Cake/tv/ dying has forced them to choose between 8kuck and julay though, and it looks like at least some of them did the smart thing and avoided self-suck snake.
Technically they could also go to /film/ here, or maybe even /strek/ or /sw/.

>>5708
>Can we please turn IDs back off? They were a bad idea back when 7chan started experimenting with them over a decade ago and that never stopped. They don't actually prevent samefagging, all they really do is allow people to focus on identity over arguments. Wasn't the whole point of anonymous image boards to do the opposite?
IDs are good where they're per-thread and help with keeping track of which anon you're talking to but not when fags start assuming they mean anything deeper about identity. They still need to have an easy opt-out tickbox though even if they have a de facto opt out with VPN use.

>>5721
Right. Well here's hoping that things are more easily fixed than 8chan's spaghetticode was. I'd be happy with gradual improvement.
>>5719
>don't forget there'll be a few fags who still want a dark theme version.
It'll be ported.
>>5722
/film/ was always more of an actual thoughtful discussion board, you go there to make/read actual reviews of films you actually want to watch, while /tv/ is more of a place where you shitpost as hard as you possibly can about all the other retarded shit in the film industry, particularly pedowood, and then when some turbosperg gets mad you poke and prod him until he either leaves or achieves legendary status like the board hapa.
>/strek/ or /sw/
Those are much more specific boards, I was talking specifically about /tv/ as a whole, which is more broad in topic.
>IDs are good where they're per-thread and help with keeping track of which anon you're talking to but not when fags start assuming they mean anything deeper about identity. They still need to have an easy opt-out tickbox though even if they have a de facto opt out with VPN use.
To be fair fags will assume shit about your identity regardless, the only thing that changes is when you piss someone off instead of saying you're a samefag they'll call you a (1) and then filter you.
The only winning move is to not play that retarded game at all and instead sift through the faggots until you find an anon that's worth talking to.
Unless you feel like arguing pointlessly, which I can understand too.
>>5722
>Technically they could also go to /film/ here
But /film/ actually talks about movies and the craft around it. How would /tv/ users, which are basically gossip and meme posters, post in it without getting hammered down?
>>5730
To be fair IDs did stop a couple of shitposters around here. (1) along with dubschecking is one of those things lurkers saw and repeated over and over again but never got to understand the reason for it, the latter is predicted before hand as a joke or to absurdly derail a shitposter and spam him via the jokes themselves, while the former was done due to the very reason you are discussing: If someone was replying like an asshole or trying to create a continuous consensus and shown to be IP hopping, hence the "(1) bug off dude" posts, it works but many use it as a silly way to disqualify valid arguments made by newcomers.
>>5726
Good.
>>5730
>>5734
I assumed if you wanted to shitpost as /tv/ has sadly become known for you'd automatically tend towards the fastest /tv/ alternative out there leaving julay/film/ a bit redundant. I guess maybe there's a lot of fags who both want the /tv/ meets /b/ experience and hate javascript/mark though.
>The only winning move is to not play that retarded game at all and instead sift through the faggots until you find an anon that's worth talking to.
Exactly, and IDs can help with that though they don't follow you over IP changes etc which has to be remembered. IDs are just an advisory thing not something anyone should hold any truth in.
>>5722
>help with keeping track of which anon you're talking to
And yet we've been able to figure it out for a long time without IDs. The downside is much greater than this tiny, unnecessary benefit.
>>5734
>many use it as a silly way to disqualify valid arguments made by newcomers.
Yeah, many. And they get away with it because IDs facilitate it in the first place. IDs are not anonymous. Please embrace truly anonymous discussion and get rid of this cancer.
>>5741
That might be, i don't mind, but that's up for the mods if they find enabling IPs easier for cleaning the trash, or in this case on the thread with stopping a shitposter.
The "tiny, unnecessary benefit" has returned many topics in their tracks.
>>5739
>And yet we've been able to figure it out for a long time without IDs.
It depends on a board's speed. Any board where a thread will die in less than two days is too fast for them to be useful. If it's weeks between posts they're also useless since IPs will change and anyone it's easy to pick anons out. It's mostly for the boards between those two extremes where they can help.
>>5741
People always use lazy shit like accusations of samefaggotry to avoid arguing against someone's actual point. IDs really don't add much to that.

Again this is all solved by letting fags opt out of the system properly. Then they can decide which flavour of shit to avoid and which to handle.
I'm only leaving IDs on until the end of this weekend, after that I am turning them off. There's no need for them anyways with the size we currently have.
>>5749
I like ids. Sure they can be dodged by faggots but they're also useful for honest people chatting back and forth. Then you know you're chatting to the same guy and not some random sperg trying to derail you.
>>5749
I'd probably prefer them on too but it's not a huge issue either way.
>>5760
>>5762
In my honest opinion, it does not matter especially since people can IP hop/VPN and what not. The only way you will know who you are talking to is by their writing style or if you say something that is kind of signifigcant to them then they chip in the conversation. Besides, I just want to see how different it is going to be with and without IDs on the board. If I see it becoming complicated for me to make the right call, then I might turn them on again.
>>5734
>How would /tv/ users, which are basically gossip and meme posters, post in it without getting hammered down?
It's almost like it's possible for someone to go to one board and funpost with a bunch of other silly morons and then go to another board and have an honest discussion or something.
>>5749
Enabling a per thread option for OPs sounds like a good idea though.
>>5773
This isn't a bad idea, actually.
>>5770
That was not the point, i know we all do that (we should) the point was that a splinter group that wanted to shitpost about Hollywood but didn't want Javascript/no effective TOR has no visible place in a board like /film/.
>>5773
I asked the admins if it was possible, but they said it is difficult to do that with lynxchan's framework. However, it could be implemented into Final Solution.
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8kun really is the embodiment of the Qtard
>looks like shit
>slow as shit
>doesnt work half of the time
>doesnt support freespeech
>primarily does not like anime nor videogames
>FASCISTS ARE THE REAL COMMUNISTS
>is controlled by jews
Anything else Im missing?
>>5618
Value is subjective. If people are still posting on imagebaords they've made the decision that they have value. Whether or not they should value it is besides the point. Cuckchan for example for 99% of posters here has no value what so ever. Yet the posts here do have value to posters here. They are different cultures, different mannerisms.
>8kun goes live
>bloobla sucks nigger dicks, the board with the highest amount of PPH during 8chan's absence has been down or semi-down all day
Really jogs my noggin
>>5789
Heh, nice wordfilter. spacechan
>>5789
>being this new
welcome, newfriend. enjoy you're are stay in fact of course.
>>5782
niggers
>>5789
>posting on an ACF board.
Why tho.
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>>5782
You forgot about the optics cucking. They rebranded /pol/ to /pnd/ as if that would change anything.
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CATALOG BROKEN
But the new CSS is looking good.

By the way even when you're in a thread the reply box at the top tries to create a new thread.
>>5832
>By the way even when you're in a thread the reply box at the top tries to create a new thread.
Wait nevermind. It works now.
>>5815
>why
I'll accept the bullying and respond. Originally I went to bloobla sucks nigger dicks to shitpost about the commie owner. But after a few threads and shitposts I wasn't banned. I tested it further by posting Hitler and asking what the owner thought about politics. He said bloobla sucks nigger dicks is neutral despite his views and he wouldn't ever ban political content. Since then both him and his admin who runs /b/ have been true to that. I'm not saying you should trust the commie, I still don't, but I do give him credit for allowing content he specifically disagrees with as a blatant leftist.

Overall it's a decent site to host /b/. Nothing more.
>>5844
I recall when some people posted CP on Spacey's instance when he was asleep, webconsoled something else than "Astronaut", and crop screenshotted saying there's some secret CP board, but when asked, they went silent.
What really bothers us about Spacey is his non stop spamming >>>/cow/21014
I have officially turned off IDs.
>>5876
test
>>5876
>cuckime
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>>5876
But why?
>>5879
I'm going to see how different the board behaves without IDs. If it gets shitted on in less than 24 hours, then I am going to turn them on and keep it that way.
>>5881
Don't fuck it up.
>>5883
It's a perfectly valid move, what are you on about? IDs already stopped 2 shitposters in their tracks in the meta thread with immediate effect, and has proven to do the same in other boards.
Cunts will just switch tactics if IDs are on or off, but with the former most anons can identify the situation.
>>5884
It's antithetical to anonymous discussion. Mark does it. If Mark does it, that should be a clear indicator that it's a bad idea.
Is this place any faster than 8kun? Cause it's fucking dead over there.
>>5889
Probably slower unless mark has really pissed of anons somehow. It's faster than it looks today since there was just a bit of downtime and everyone is busy sperging about the css change but if you expect speeds like vch seemed to be getting, for example, you'll be disappointed.
>>5778
Oh my bad, I misinterpreted that post completely.
>>5892
Fucking hell. Is there anywhere that's faster but not cuckchan?
>>5898
If you want a faster board post on one and wait until other anons start posting to. You just can't expect a community to build itself.
>>5900
I can expect exactly that. I'm not the only person on the internet.
>>5898
Not really, unless you want to check out non-english vidya boards, but those are usually also run by mark tier autists.
Video game forums and boards universally attract some of the worst fucking people on the planet, it's ridiculous.
>>5885
>that should be a clear indicator that it's a bad idea.
I don't know if it is bait but everyone and their mom use IDs, but i understand your point of it being against Anon. In my opinion it doesn't obstruct it, but i can see why some people just don't want it for ideological reasons.
And if anything Mark hates IDs because that's how most anons see he cleanses anons via IPban all the damn time.

>>5889
>faster than 8kun?
It works better that's for sure, but it's not Vch fast, let alone 8ch.
>Is there anywhere that's faster but not cuckchan?
We have been slapped around for almost 4 months and 3 to 4 IBs have been shut down due to glowniggers false flagging manifestos, what do you expect? The answer is probably nowhere
>I can expect exactly that
The problem is everyone expects that, you are a lurker, cattle by definition, nothing will change until you participate.
>>5898
Not for vidya discussion as far as I know. Maybe 420chan's vidya board but it's cancerous as shit.
>>5902
I've since accepted that imageboards are just cancer everywhere, but I at least want something to look at even if it's mostly inane shitposting.

>>5903
Faggot, I'm not a lurker. I post, I'm posting now. The problem is when I post, no one says anything, so I have nothing to reply to. I can't just sit in the fucking corner talking to myself until someone decides to join in.
>>5903
>I don't know if it is bait but everyone and their mom use IDs
Way to out yourself as someone who goes to shitty boards.
>>5885
>association fallacy
A broken clock is right twice a day and mark's other decent idea was banning pepe and wojackposters
>>5908
Mark is a Jew, not a clock.
>>5911
Same thing.
>>5912
How is a Jew like a clock?
>>5901
>I can expect exactly that
You're going to have a bad time then. If you want speed and low effort posting go to cuckchan.
>>5906
>Faggot, I'm not a lurker. I post, I'm posting now.
You are posting shit.
>I can't just sit in the fucking corner talking to myself until someone decides to join in.
That's what we have been doing all the time in slow boards, that's how we build small niche boards into mid-level places. The inertia of posting, even if hopelessly, makes other come and join. Are you newfag by any chance?
>>5907
/v/, /loomis/, /p/, /film/, /christian/ and /pol/ all had IDs. If all of those are shitty boards, then what can i say.
>>5908
Then how come he uses them in his streams? he's a jew, a bag full of twisted ideas.
>>5913
He reminds you of Hitler and the holocaust every minute/second?
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>>5916
>it's an actual christfag
No wonder you want the boot down your throat.
>>5917
I'm not a christfag but i do believe, i used the board because i wanted to know when are they going to talk about the actual, old ancient bible translations instead of the jewed King James version.
I, and a bunch of prots, got banned all the time but the userbase was okay enough.
What boot are you talking about? IDs are not rulecuckery, but i'm starting to wish for some to get shitposters like you kicked around on sight.
>>5913
Both are constantly moving their hands.
>>5919
Way to out yourself as a tyrant. The second someone starts questioning the need for IDs you brand them as shitposters and say they should get "kicked around", AKA banned. You aren't slick, faggot. You're just another fag with no power in his real life and you want to direct discussion on the internet.
Go get culturally enriched.
>>5825
>They rebranded /pol/ to /pnd/
And judging from the few posts actually being made over there, they're already up to their usual antics without missing a beat. All that down time, federal cucking, shitty rebranding, and internet drama for months, and they still couldn't do shit to contain /pol/'s autism. That's got to be frustrating for them.
>>5924
I have been trying to explain the reasoning for them, if they are there or not is not a problem but the hesitant and malicious way some clear newfags attack them is painfully obvious, that kind of users have been shown for a decade now to be hindrances that need to be squashed, like it or not tyrant or not that's what needs to be done at the end of the day, although you would need at least 10 posts showing said attitude to somewhat justify a warning or a ban. At the end of the day the only valid opinion is from the new BO, which seems okay to me.
>You're just another fag with no power in his real life and you want to direct discussion
I have and wish for no power, i'm not a mod nor i should be one, it's just facts that need to be said, even as a futile warning but done anyways so i cannot feel worse when things get fucked thanks to influx of shitposters. Anons should have the sharpness to not be directed by people but ideas.
>Go get culturally enriched.
I am, you are the delivery.
My lord what the fuck happened to julays interface?
Is it competing against 8koon for most broken interface?
Is this morks doing?
>>5947
Try Shift+R or Ctrl+Shift+R.
>>5947
Try Ctrl+F5 but not before taking pics.
>>5948
>>5950
thanks that fixed it.
It was fucking up, it had mixed up the old formatting with the new one
some of the features looked fucky and were completely broken
>>5930
ID's being enabled is generally a reactionary thing. If the board isn't under constant attack from malicious actors they're more or less pointless. For boards that are very high PPH like the top boards on 8glow, they're essentially absolutely 100% mandatory to maintain any kind of real conversations. For here though? It doesn't seem really all that necessary. Especially since almost all of the bad actors and glow niggers are going to fuck off to 8glow, or have already done so.
>>5952
We have people trying to disrupt us, it doesn't hurt to have them on.

>>5735
Film is for artfags to wank over how autistic a movie is. /tv/ isn't.
>>5956
>X is for xfags to wank over how autistic x is
?
>>5956
>it doesn't hurt to have them on.
I'd say there are some downsides to ID's. They're obviously anti-anonymity to a degree, and it lets glow niggers profile users much easier. I personally don't care too much either way.
>>5958
Glowniggers can already do that. IDs in threads is fine. You're still anonymous just not able to samefag as easy.
>>5959
Doesn't seem like you're very interested in expanding on any of your claims. You're just stating them as indisputable facts without putting much reason behind it. Glow niggers will obviously have a much more difficult time tracking an individuals posts without direct access to the server if ID's are disabled. They would have to manually review reply chains and speech patterns.
>>5959
>you're anonymous
>everyone knows who you are in the thread
pick one fa/gg/ot
>>5963
An ID just connects your posts within a conversation. Anonymity doesn't mean you're a completely nonmaterial entity, it means you don't have a name or other kind of clear/persistent identity.
>>5968
Anonymity obviously isn't binary. Having what essentially amounts to a temporary username clearly impedes on anonymity to an extent. Why are you having such difficulty with this concept? Or perhaps a more appropriate question would be why are you so dead set on mindlessly shilling for ID's and dismissing every argument against them?
>>5969
Posting images (filenames/usage habits) and typing text (writing style) also impede on your anonymity. Repeated actions also make you in some ways non-anonymous and often causes people to call you by a name related to what identifies you.

I'm a different person and I don't really care about IDs. There's obviously pros and cons to having them, but if you're going to say that IDs make you not anonymous or make parallels to non-anonymous social media then I'm going to call you a retard.
>>5952
But we have been shat before, that's the thing, and the glowing men lurk everywhere, that's what they do.
>>5961
Glows can track you with IDs or not just as easy... IF they have a backdoor, in Julay we don't know if they do (my guess is probably not) but in 8kun is almost confirmed they do, or they should after the hearing and freeze button implementation.
Here they do just as you said, but anyone can also disrupt the thread. Ignoring them sounds easy but many will fall to their tricks, which makes it ignore the whole thing harder. Goes down to the user's previous experiences and education to not fall in the game.
>>5969
>mindlessly shilling for ID's and dismissing every argument against them?
I think it has been quite clear that many of us have opposing opinions about them, some enjoy the benefits of filtering and identifying debaters, others like the complete uncertainty that grants complete freedom, and a certain peace of mind not knowing some threads are just 2 guys talking (at least for me)
New deign is nice, but can we have a bigger default font or the posts?
>>5961
Glows will just use a neural net to give them the probabilities of who is who and be done with it the notion that having no IDs somehow protects you from agencies operating here is laughable.
>>5973
You should put your request here
>>>/meta/1639
>>5971
Any smart anon assumes they always have a backdoor at some level, be it hardware, software, connection or host. We know what glowniggers look for and it sure as fuck isn't discussing hentai games on a backwaters image board.

I value being able to discuss things completely anonymously where IDs would spoil that but this board isn't fast enough to disguise the people posting. If I'm 1 in 20 then it's easy to spot the versions of cool/rad/awesome/nice/sweet I use and link those posts back to me either way. You can see the posts I make in any thread about my genre preferences and link those posts together. Even the way you use grammar and space posts will stand out I know who you are because of this fag, it's why I encourage people to split lines up like I do because it creates less identity to those who don't. The problem is it's 2020 and image boards today aren't like they used to be. There's enough shit posters to overwhelm the effort posts and we end up with a shitty board full of same fags same fagging. With IDs on at least you can choose to hold a 2 way conversation where someone can't fake being that other person and derail it.

I'm pro-thread IDs because they're more useful than disruptive. I've seen very few people here use IDs to ignore posts based on identity, but I've seen samefags be caught out on them. Any one worried about IDs should be smart enough to be using a VPN or Tor where they can hop IDs any way. It's easy to switch VPN if you want to be anonymous every post.
>>5970
>Posting images (filenames/usage habits) and typing text (writing style) also impede on your anonymity. Repeated actions also make you in some ways non-anonymous and often causes people to call you by a name related to what identifies you.
Correct.
>but if you're going to say that IDs make you not anonymous or make parallels to non-anonymous social media then I'm going to call you a retard.
No one said this.
>>5971
>Glows can track you with IDs or not just as easy... IF they have a backdoor,
You can't really argue against increased security and anonymity with "well glow niggers might control literally everything so none of it matters". That's just silly.
> think it has been quite clear that many of us have opposing opinions about them, some enjoy the benefits of filtering and identifying debaters
I'm by no means anti-ID's. I don't mind them at all. I was just bothered by that one anons irrational belief that ID's are an objectively good thing. They have benefits and downsides. I would even probably say I'd rather have them turned on, but I don't really care. It does make having lengthy nuanced discussions with anons a little bit more difficult. Even in this reply chain I probably attributed the words of one anon to another without any way of really knowing.

If that anon originally posted in good faith instead of being a retarded nigger and simply dismissing everyone's criticism of ID's he'd find me doing what I am now, and arguing that if you care more about quality of discussions than security and anonymity, then ID's should probably remain on. Generally I'd say the responsibility should be mostly on the user to subvert ID's if they really want proper anonymity. It's not that difficult to swap IP's or tor post if you want to change "identities". I'm not going to be autistic and act like ID's are this massive point of failure, that was never the claim.
>>5977
The key part is "If", we should not jump into thinking they control everything, but when proofz are more than enough then i think it's futile to keep going; i'm referring to 8k, the argument didn't apply here, i was just being general.
The rest i agree to the point, it all goes down to the user's idiosyncrasy.
BO said he would check the data for the next few days and then proceed to turn them on or leave it like that, it now depends if glows/shitposters will behave for a while or blow their chances to troll another day.
>>5979
>i'm referring to 8k, the argument didn't apply here, i was just being general.
Ron essentially confirmed the feds will have unmitigated access to user information already, so it's not really even a question of whether or not it's a glow nigger ran site. The question with 8glow is whether breaking posting without JS was intentional or whether or not it will be fixed. With tor and JS disabled there's simply no information to give, but in the current state it's looking like a straight up honey pot. It's actually insane how absolutely radioactive 8chan is and I think that's a large part of why the webring is still chugging along pretty well. Even the average posters that don't care too much about opsec are waking up a bit.
>>5983
>Ron essentially confirmed the feds will have unmitigated access to user information already,
Sauce?
>>5958
>lets glow niggers profile users much easier.
Only within one thread unless they try to use writing style or something to profile fags and they could do that without IDs too. For them it's just a matter of wasting more taxpayer money on manpower or using the machine-learning meme.
>>5976
>Even the way you use grammar and space posts will stand ou
Interestingly certain typing styles and word choices become more common over time in fairly closed communities. Here and on 8/v/ I noticed this.
I don't want to fucking know anything about you people at all. I don't even want to know if you're having the same opinion in a single thread. Knowing anything about anons directly leads to contempt among the userbase.
Testpost
>>6005
>glow niggers can't profile you
so what was happening on 8chan circa 2016 was the board owners were collaborating to identify users based on post time and style across boards, then making a profile of each user containing their ip hashes. This defeated the system of hashing ips uniquely per-board.

I think it should be pretty well known by now that fags on 4chan were able to uniquely identify mods and associate mods with their posts based on little more than their moderation style and the times that posts were deleted, even without board logs, just by observing which threads exhibited unusual behavior like early age locking or premature culling
incidentally mark the kike from /v/ was one of the mods doing this
>>6054
>so what was happening on 8chan circa 2016 was the board owners were collaborating to identify users based on post time and style across boards, then making a profile of each user containing their ip hashes.
Uh, source?
>>6054
>>6055
We hash IPs here and don't keep them in server logs but we always suggest using VPNs/tor. It's a good idea to switch up your writing style too when possible.
>>6057
Hey Zach
>>6058
>when the dup hits hard
>>6054
>users based on post time and style across boards
>not shitposting in across several varied dialects and lexicons

>the board owners were collaborating to identify users
can I get some sauce with that
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>>5976
>I know who you are because of this fag
>>6027
What are you doing here then you cocksucker?
>>6054
Same thing happened in 8c, without logs and names we could identify any mod around after a certain amount of time. And let's not mention small boards were everyone knew each other, especially when flagposting was enabled.
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I just checked 8kun and their /v/ is claiming 1,000+ active ISPs with only 50pph. The pph is suspect from a quick look around but I don't lurk it often so it could be correct. When vch was in the webring the stats Mark was claiming were suspect as well when compared to other boards in the webring. Looks like Jim and Ron are back to their old tricks.
>>6061
>What are you doing here then you cocksucker?
I'm here for free video games.
>>6064
I think you should watch those numbers over a period of time, if it's consistent with low posting, that would merit suspect. however otherwise it could just be a vast amount of lurkers due to the site "being useable"
>>6067
I've watched them over time. Before 8chan went down a lot of the stats of /v/ were suspect. The entire time he was running vch the stats were very suspect. For example, he was claiming thousands more posts than Julay and other bunkers like smugloli while claiming to store far less files. It was like his tech guy forgot to fake the stats for stored media.
>>6061
Menos mal que estas preocupandote por las cosas que importan como mogolicos de internet y no por la economía que se va a la mierda eh
Igual que el peruano de mierda 🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
>male facepalm translates to 🤦♂️
ok the fuck is this
>>6078
Sorry i no speako italiano, what the hell are you on about, an internet mongolian?
>>6081
He's talking about how the other poster is worrying about internet idiots more and not about the economy going to shit on his third world shithole, which i don't find unusual for subhuman sudacas infesting english boards with their disgusting aberration of a language.
>>6082
>the other poster
Me then? but my region is not third world and my economy is stalling but not sinking. And why has any of that anything to do with this? just because i posted a /sp/ meme?
>subhuman sudacas infesting english boards with their disgusting aberration of a language.
It's not any worse than literal american mutts and BRs on /mu/ or arabs and pajeets posting their fetishes in x-rated boards. I kinda defend them even as many decent posters in flag boards were latin americans. As long as they stick with english around english-posting users that is, you wouldn't even identify them.
>>6079
It’s saying you really really like men, because ur gay.
>>6082
Let's get Trump to tweet about Gamergate 2.0, this will bring uprising and 3rd world countries will have their economy flourish, communist dictator deposed, and jews will vanish into ashes.
>>6067
Active ISPs on 8chan is only posters, not lurkers.
Also what arbitrary decision is the sticky on about?
>>6097
I said it here >>5491
You can make a GG thread on >>>/nintendo/, but not here. I just want to clarify my decision. I deleted it the first time without warning since I thought I established what I will not allow on this board. Just like when I deleted the gaylo thread without warning since there was already one here >>>/v/2702 Yes, it is about "games that are good but /v/ spergs out over" but there's seems to be some sizable discussion on the series from my judgement. Also the bumplimit here is 750, unlike the usual 350 in 8coom.

I will only delete duplicate, GG, and LOL threads here. I will only allow webm threads as long as the a majority of the webms are vidya related, and I mean that in the broadest way I can possilby make it. If you want an actual vidya news thread, I would like it to be similar to how smug/vg/ did theirs:
https://smuglo.li/vg/res/502.html
>>6102
I thought Jim was trying to get his source of revenue from the senile Qcultists.
Just checked. They've b& my entire VPN, which is so LOL.
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>>6056
>>6060
>give me source on something I should know already by virtue of being a long-term member of this community

yeah, no. Go back to reddit.
8kunt is dead you niggers. it's time to move on.
Is the schizoman here or we simply have some very unfunny jokesters around?
>>6133
I was referencing the fact that I got the 1488 get and never realized it.
I wouldn't have known if you hadn't posted it by mistake, thanks
>>6143
nope
>>6146
how about if you make a video game you actually put some effort in and make something that isn't shit retard
>>6146
Can you please stop spamming the thread?
>schizobot is here
>except this time you can't filter him

>>6064
8chan seems to calculate it's UIDs count differently than the webring, I'm noticing that webring boards reset their users count relatively quickly and I don't remember 8chan doing that. I also recall the user count in 8chan seemed too high in some boards, like it was counting visitors instead of posters.
>>6151
I was talking about the stats on his actual homepage at vch. Some screenshots were posted over the last few months but I didn't save them. Anons here were talking about it because it seemed odd. I think one tracked them for awhile and noticed they didn't move as often as they were supposed to. I also remember some anons on 8ch notching odd stats with certain boards in the last few months of it existing.
>>6158
How does Teeline get me laid?
>>6160
Not hard, just long, costly, minimum 5 year endeavour. That's assuming you're getting, art, music, game design, testing, and finally publishing.
Alright, had to clean up this thread and force anonymity to prevent namefagging.
>>6165
I don't care about politics, but when you post at a fast rate with nonsense it really doesn't fit this thread. I mean you can say what you want here, but just stop doing 5 one-liners every minute.
>>6163
Next time, delete, redraft, and post >>6088
Makes you look willing to lose safe harbor.
>>6164
Nigger, if I wanted woman, I'd promise them shit they don't have, get laid, and repeat.
>>6165
Anonymity is a foundation of freedom. Anyone asking for less is just retarded asking for more authority. Freedom grants you innovation, progress, and joy.
IDs have always been anti freedom,
I just wanted BO to process his thoughts. We are trying to eliminate shit behavior, not the temporary address some retard chose to sperg on before rotating his IP.
Exhibit A) why 8kult was always anti freedom post James Arthur Watkins acquisition.
What the fuck is this >>6089 ?
>>6170
I'm just trying to send a message about GG threads, that's all.
>>6167
He's done this similar spam on the meta threads on cake/v/ to.
>>6171
what does it mean tho? I wake up and find some weird shit stickied
>>6170
Glancing everything, some gamergate sperg made a GG thread, it's blatantly opposed site wide, and BO took executive proactive action of deleting the thread. Said sperg thinks GG has ever been welcomed, and "it's a matter of free press"
They have >>>/nintendo/ for that.

In fact, I'll capitalize and ask robi for >>>/gamergatehq/ just to grift on their successful mkultra experiment.
>>6172
I asked how teeline, or any shortgand gets anyone laid:
Spoilers: it doesn't.
>>6177
okay, but why do we need some weird cryptic sticky about it? Ni/gg/ers can go fuck themselves and nobody cares about their opinion.
>>6180
People were learning about the truth about who runs sites.
>>6177
What is shortgand?
>>6182
it's based Mark, right?
>look at board list
>see 56 PPH for /v/
>I bet it's spam
>it was spam
god damn just fuck off to 8kun and leave us alone, nobody who has been posting here is going to stop just because you're throwing a tantrum over whatever retarded horseshit you're taking issue with
>>6184
Nah, it's probably Q.
>>6182
GG succumbed long time ago with their circlejerk, product of attentionwhoring and/or a SJW undercover infiltration, but still needed to be booted out.
Yet if i recall what that thread had, it was some valid info about you know who. Not the board for it tho although i would've directed it to /cow/ instead of /nintendo/ as the latter implies it's useless information.
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>>6187
>GG succumbed long time ago with their circlejerk, product of attentionwhoring and/or a SJW undercover infiltration, but still needed to be booted out.
Gamergate was a success in the sense that it caused a tsunami of hilarious butthurt, and a lot of otherwise apatheric /v/irgins got jew wise in the process.
Gamergate was a failure because it refused to fucking die immediately after it outlived its usefulness, and became a pathetic, gutless circlejerk as described above.
I will always have a soft spot for viv tho.
>>6187
CakeJew has like 2 threads in /cow/, any of those are fine.
>>6189
This picture is almost as gross as the ass pic.
>>6003
It's the logical conclusion of the site "freezing" function that was implemented. Whenever the glow niggers see a post their deem "threatening" they can demand the entire sight be frozen. It's quite obvious that from there Ron provides them with the problematic users data so they can track them down.
>>6189
It wasn't about him tho, it was about Zoe Jew
>>6191
Adding to this, if you want to see a good example there's Vch, frozen in place.
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>>6191
Fortunately, everything I post is political satire.

Disclaimer: Fuck the FBI, Fuck the CIA, Fuck the NSA, Fuck the ATF, Fuck the Five Eyes, and Fuck every other spook not listed here. Fuck the OTO, Fuck the Freemasons and Fuck whatever secret lodge is pulling the strings of the other two. Install Temple OS and get right with God.
>>6194
t. NATO cuck
>>6191
Good thing you can post here with TOR & VPNs.
>>6192
Her too
>>6194
Haven't finished reading the original shitpost of this yet.
>>6186
Mark is Q
Mark predicted this
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>>6201
Embrace Masonry.
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>>6196
>t. NATO cuck
Goddamnit don't you start with me again.
>>6203
>Pen
>Watch
Might as well post your face now, Jim
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>>6203
>Embrace a reddit-tier interpretation of the Bible.
>>6203
If I wanted to LARP I'd do civil war reenactments.
>>6194
>russian standard
good taste
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So do >we just live here now?
>No cake kike
>No LOL threads
>No "muh ethics in vidya" goitergoblin threads
This place is heaven already.

>Want to get rid of the fat Jew's ugly face
>No hide file option
>pic related happens when when using "hide post"
Nevermind then.
>>6263
instead of posting like a nigger better go and report the issue to the >>>/meta/1639

new theme is only 1 day young
Wow the theme works at least somewhat again.
On that note, is there anything further going on with the webring? Honestly it feels like it could use some additional features like sharing threads over the same board on different servers or at least some UI changes to keep track of all of them better.
>>6272
Great ideas. Sound like a proper OP topic for a new thread on /meta/ tbh.
>>6274
True enough, I did a more lengthy post at >>>/meta/1912
>>6263
You forgot
>back to yotsuba blue
>no IDs which doesn't matter atm because we're still low traffic but will become a bigger problem which is begging to be abused
>literal cuckchan image on front page
Why did I come here to get away from cake kike if it's just gonna be worse?
>>6284
>Why did I come here to get away from cake kike if it's just gonna be worse?
Judging by your retarded complains you should go back to cuckchan and kill yourself.
>>6284
>A theme you don't like (How do I CSS?)
>No IDs on a low traffic board (Something you admit isn't a problem)
>A stupid mascot

If these are the worse things going on with your imageboard, you're doing alright.
>>6284
>no IDs
>not better than cake kike's board
>>6298
This. A lack of IDs is a bad thing in the long run because so many (((anon))) can show up in a thread.
>>6099
Oh right.
>I will only allow webm threads as long as the a majority of the webms are vidya related, and I mean that in the broadest way I can possilby make it.
8/vg/'s webm thread had a pretty good mix of about 90% vidya with 10% fun, one of the best things about that board.
>>6151
>8chan seems to calculate it's UIDs count differently than the webring, I'm noticing that webring boards reset their users count relatively quickly and I don't remember 8chan doing that. I also recall the user count in 8chan seemed too high in some boards, like it was counting visitors instead of posters.
The old way 8chan calculated it was over a three day period I believe. Also it was active ISPs, rather than just IPs, which meant that generally where a board had a localised community it was underestimated and where it was more spread out you'd see it a bit overestimated, mobilefags also worked out weirdly. The webring is probably doing it over a shorter period.
>>6188
>>6187
Gamergate died the moment it became an organised 'movement' instead of a disorganised mass of fags disaffected with the industry. Any time things like that get organised they go to shit, that's why almost every revolution in history has ended in a new dictatorship often worse than what replaced it.
>>6263
Forcibly clear your cache and it should work but the dark theme is WIP.
>>6305
God fucking forbid anons come to post on an anonymous imageboard.
>>6289
I liked the first theme, though.
>something you admit isn't a problem
I meant at the moment.
>A stupid mascot
Wasn't talking about that. I meant the wojack in the nintendo thread.
>>6286
If you think the last two complaints are retarded then you deserve my presence.
>>6314
What's the fucking point if no one knows who they're trying to talk to? It weeds out samefagging.
>>6320
>What's the fucking point if no one knows who they're trying to talk to?
The point is you should lurk the fuck moar if you're not only finding it too difficult but are more worried about keeping track of people instead of arguments.
>>6320
Only faggots care about soyjak.
>I liked the first theme, though.
A lot of anons seem to have liked it surprisingly considering all we got was complaints over the three months it was used. I'll see if I can port at least the colors over and call it "julay classic" or something. It isn't high up the to-do list right now though I want to get the standard Dark theme done next.
>wojack in nintendo thread
Since there are newfriends it might be worth explaining why that board exists. >>>/nintendo/ was created after Mark deleted >>>/sw/ on vch. The BO of vch/sw/ asked us to write a script and import his threads here so he could move his board without losing the threads. Mark decided to delete the vch/sw/ board the same day this script was announced to be ready. So instead of using it on /sw/ as a test we tested it by migrating all the threads from vch/v/ to >>>/nintendo/. These were all later deleted which is why the post counts in that board are so high. The same script was used later to migrate >>>/tv/ when vch was shutting down.

Despite what anons say we were nothing be kind to Mark over the last 3-4 months. When he said he needed a home we offered to take him in after all the other bunkers refused. We helped him when it came to installing the webring. It's true we blackklisted vch for awhile but we only did it because he linked vch directly to journalists on twitter and we were worried about it causing trouble for the anons here. After some time passed we removed him from our own black list. There were several other things that happened over the last few months that I've forgotten about but basically every time we attempted to help him he'd do something retarded.

Since the BO doesn't want GG discussion here anons that are interested in that should probably request their own board. There are too many joke boards involving gamergate right now so I don't think making more of them is a good idea. I doubt anons interested in that will come here and will probably go to 8kun or follow Mark wherever he goes but I don't want to give the impression that the subject is banned site wide.
>>6322
baste
>>6323
Only cuckchan posts wojaks, now fuck off.
>>6337
By that law the main board from here is cuckchan.
UH OH, YOU'RE STEPPING A LINE!!!
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He never deserved this fate, but it was bound to happen
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>>6337
No cuckchan posts rage faces in the guise of wojaks.
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>>6337
AH LUVS MAH BINGBING
>>6353
Diossss que sida
Honestly, wojak and pepe have been corrupted to such an extent that we'd be better off abandoning them altogether at this point. They're nothing more than a gateway for shitposting, and the theme of feels is carried on by Gondola.
Maybe I am getting a bit too tight on my moderation, I will allow a LOL thread on the catalog. And to make things easier, once it hits the bump limit I'll archive it so you can make another one right on the spot. My only wish is that I want a 40/60 ratio between vidya and funposting.

Is that alright?
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>>6356
Who's wojak? I do get what you mean by how normalfags have hijacked pepe and feels, but I see no reason to use them any less than gondola. Unless they use versions like >>6353, in which case they can fuck off
>>6356
>memes are corrupted
They'll only get corrupted if we let them anon.
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<o-only cuckchan makes fun of n-nintendo
>>6365
Diosss, cuando va a estallar una bomba nuclear. La sobrepoblacion fue un error y estos son unos síntomas de ella
>>6360
I don't think you were being overbearing at all. In fact you were being very hands off. The only things you clarified was off topic stuff wasn't allowed:
>gg
>lol
>webm threads if they aren't majorly on topic
None of those were on topic, so they weren't allowed.
>>6368
I'm really conflicted about LOL, because I want funposting on every thread. Why have it concentrate at one thread? But I want to see how different this LOL would be from the usual on 8coom/v/.
We have officially opened for business: >>>/gamergatehq/

Any and all GG threads are welcome in
1. >>>/nintendo/
2. >>>/b/
3. curated >>>/n/
4. >>>/gamergatehq/
In this order. Any and all threads will be globally deleted if not within these boards. Decision is final.
>>6337
>im angry
>angry about memes
ok
>>6396
Do not LARP as globalvol/admin.

As I've said before in this thread GG discussion is not banned site wide and there is no policy against it. The BO of >>>/v/ runs this board as he sees fit. Admins and globalvols do not get involved with how individual boards are run and are here to only enforce global rules/keep the lights on. If anons want a non-joke board to discuss GG on all they have to do is come to >>>/meta/ and request it in the thread there.
Edited last time by UNIVAC on 12/04/2019 (Wed) 07:29:36.
>>6398
>>>/gamergatehq/ welcomes soy and wo jacks.
Don't be afraid to dunk on emotional disturbed nerds that never bothered to socialize.[1]
[1]https://archive.vn/https://www.gwern.net/docs/eva/1996-newtype-anno-interview
https://invidio.us/watch?v=JgZgNA0tgu4
>>6399
Why are you getting your panties twisted when it's blatant I'm not roleplaying shit?
>>6400
>Why are you getting your panties twisted when it's blatant I'm not roleplaying shit?
This:
<In this order. Any and all threads will be globally deleted if not within these boards. Decision is final.
Don't do this again, thank you.
>>6400
dont tell me what to do
>>6320
>What's the fucking point if no one knows who they're trying to talk to?
That's the entire point you fucking mongoloid, carry on with your conversation regardless if some dumbass wants to samefag. If you're not retarded you shluld be able to spot him immediately and just ignore him, slapping obnoxious IDs onto the board isn't going to stop shit because samefags aren't the only ones who switch IPs between posts and you'll wind up disregarding a bunch of anons because you want some kind of autistic control over an internet argument.
I will never understand why people like you ever venture outside of namefag sites like forums or reddit.
>>6405
never understood this shit myself tbh
>>6403
Why?
It's beyond blatant in jest. I couldn't make a more ironic AcidJew impersonation if not for blatant authority language.
>>6404
Exactly.
>>6405
Not the guy you replied to but IDs are useful, not so you can have special snowflake identities or follow the conversation more coherently, but so you can filter the motherfucker posting ponys or nigger dicks or shitty waifu avatarfagging or whatever.
Honestly, I don't even look at IDs half the time when they're in place.
>>6414
If you want IDs, sign all your posts.


----- BEGIN POST QUANTUM SIGNIFY -----
3 sided homomorphic signature
-Anonymous
[binary to [insert available base formats]]
>>6414
They can cure cancer, but some anons just want it for legacy sake, and they have their valid points.
Thing is the BO turned them off to see if anyone comes to shit on them, if he sees too much trouble he will activate them again.
In terms of bloobla posting or assorted, i think a report could clean that up, taking into account we are few enough to be treated well.
>>6414
>not liking ponys
these are sad times in fact of course.
>>6416
>they can cure cancer
Cakekike's and cuckchan's /v/ shit all over that retarded claim.
>>6425
Cancer doesn't go away unless you ban it. But if you ban it you're literally Stalin, people want cancer, people love cancer, they can't live without it.
>>6416
I'd say ID's are a net positive. This is been argued as much as possible in earlier posts, so at this point it's up to the admin to review the debate that took place and make a decision. Either way I don't think it's that big of an issue.
IDs are only good to filter faggots. But there is no filter by IDs function on lynxnigger.
So I guess that ends the discussion.
>>6429
They're plenty useful in more lengthy discussions. If you're arguing with some guy for 30 minutes, then another random person chimes in, there's no way to distinguish the two posters. Now you could argue this is actually the objective of Anonymous imageboards and that's a good thing, and it would be a fair argument, but what often ends up happening is you attribute beliefs and claims from the original Anon to the new one, and then the discussion quickly becomes an absolute clusterfuck as you try to reestablish talking points and perspectives. ID's create better conversations at the cost of some Anonymity.
>>6430
>They're plenty useful in more lengthy discussions.
That is not the case sometimes. When I would regularly post in a thread on 8/vg/, the IDs were kind of secondary since the regular posters would rotate IPs each time they were posting. The only reason I would recognize them is by the writing style or naming styles for their files. I would say better conversations depend more so on an anon than a series of six characters, you have to make the call if the anon you are talking to is someone continue the conversation or wants to chime in. However, that's easier said than done.
>>6431
ID's changing isn't really a detriment to anything though. The only problems I've seen are when Mark incessantly sperged out about people "IP hopping" for months and banning them despite being told on multiple occasions that tor posters ID's change between posts. Lynx tor posters don't have ID's, and even if a clearnet users ID changes which doesn't happen regularly enough for it to disrupt active conversations, I don't think it's really a disruption at all.

Without ID's you need Anons constantly saying things like "not that anon but" because as I said you start getting random posts attributed to the wrong people and the entire flow of the debate is fucked. Continuity is pretty important for lengthy nuanced discussion. The more nuanced the topic is the more ID's become important.
>>6430
>then another random person chimes in, there's no way to distinguish the two posters
And? Who gives a fuck.
If you cannot distinguish between two persons then it's of no relevance any way.
>>6435
Except in the very next sentence of that post I explain exactly why it's an issue. Perhaps go back and finish reading it.
>>6434
Ok, but like >>6429 says there are some things that Julay lacks due to the framework it is using. However, if you go on >>>/meta/ and talk to Robi about implementing an ID per thread option and/or filter by IDs, then I might turn them back on. Also, a better way to hide individual posts would let me just turn on IDs here right this instant.
>>6440
My posts haven't been about the ability to filter retards because I don't think that's the main benefit to ID's. Regardless that's a fine stance to take I suppose, I wouldn't think it would be that difficult to implement ID filtering. I'm not really interested in shilling too hard in either direction.
ID`s are good at least because they caused some retards, journalists and CIA niggers to fail at samefagging attempts.
>>6440
>ID per thread option
Aren't they already different for each thread? Or do you mean being able to toggle it on and off for each thread?
>>6447
I mean to toggle it off and on for each thread and the OP has the option to enable it.
>>6446
This is actually one of the better excuses for IDs tbh.
>>6448
Ah, got you.
>>6446
>>6449
Yeah, I love seeing when that happens. But don't worry, I will put them on the spot. :^)
leave IDs off until it least becomes an actual problem
every fucking """"anon"""" board nowadays acts like it needs fucking IDs to fend off [insert boogeyman here], regardless of said antagonist even being a real threat or not and regardless if it actually addresses anything. most anons have dynamic IPs and/or VPNs. its schizo-tier behavior and instills the worst kind of autism and paranoia in the userbase.

thing is, were pretty far off the beaten path right now. sure, were on the webring, but the whole thing is rather new to be worrying too much about "muh shills" just yet imo

>but muh tranny dicksword cult
<being intimidated by teenage faggots on literal hormone replacement therapy
just call em niggers as you see em and keep on with what you were doing.. shitstirrers are extremely easy to pick out

alternatively, OP being able to enable IDs in a specific thread could be a decent compromise. this way, if there are certain problems with a type of thread, it will be easy to address that without imposing it on the rest of us
>>6449
it's not
>>6365
>I’m so brain dead I have to use cuckchan memes to make fun of trannintendo
Acting like cuckchan will only attract more of them here. Anyone have that post detailing how a scar furry artist was commissioned by someone to make a shitton of wojak edits?
Who gives a fuck about console wars bullshit, they’re all terrible and half of us pirate anyway
ok so. while you're busy fucking around with post ids that was pretty much figured out back on 8chan. could spare the time and make a rule page or some place where they're actually listed and not just assumed till you break them and are then linked to some shit someone said in some thread. thanks
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>>6492
> that was pretty much figured out back on 8chan
<imagine thinking 8ch was some sort of measure of standards
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>>6492
>ok so. while you're busy fucking around with post ids that was pretty much figured out back on 8chan. could spare the time and make a rule page or some place where they're actually listed and not just assumed till you break them and are then linked to some shit someone said in some thread. thanks
here
0. Global Rules Apply

1. Don't Be a Faggot – Obnoxious gimmicks, unnecessary namefagging, spam, or other willfully disruptive behavior will be punished.

2. Don't invite drama or attempt to cause problems that will inconvenience /v/ or any other board. Inter-board hostility will not be tolerated.

3. Check the catalog and use the thread QTDDTOT to avoid duplicate threads and threads made for minor questions. Unnecessary threads will be deleted without warning.

4. The board is 18+. NSFW content is allowed within reason, but nudity and lewdity should still be spoilered as necessary.

5. /v/ covers a vast variety of topics, but threads should still have some connection to the topic of gaming.
>>6502
Get out of here, fa/tg/uy.
>>6503
find me a better ruleset. pro tip- you cannot
>>6502
#2 sounds gay, it'll ultimately boil down to "don't criticize anyone in charge of any board on this website".
>>6502
now make a thread with that and stickie it and we're golden bby.
>>6513
You sound gay, faggot.
>>6502
I already said what the rules are, but if you want me to make them clearer, I guess I'll make a thread. Also, I kind of disagree with some of your rules since anons will break them anyway.
>>6526
these are just /tg/ rules. and they are supposed to be vague so you could get potentially banned for whatever
alternativly:
1. dont be a fucking faggot.
2. thats it.
these were from meguca (rip)
>>6426
Except cakenigger and cuckchan hotpockets ban people all the time.
No, you're not stalin, but you're still a faggot control freak that doesn't know how to handle posting on an imageboard and never belonged on them in the first place.
You really think people can't easily samefag with IDs? All you have to have is a VPN that supports multiple devices, and a spare laptop or two, or maybe a phone if you want to be the niggerest faggot. There's plenty of autists out there that will go to such lengths if only to spite retards like you who demand placebo tier faggotry because they can't deal with actual anonymous conversation.
IDs solve exactly nothing in regards to samefagging or keeping track of a conversation, unless the person you're talking to happens to be retarded enough to bareback imageboards, and even then those are the kinds of fags that'll shit their pants if you try to talk to them over tor or if your IP happened to switch between replies.
Because fuck whatever you're talking about, that ID changed and now you're making (1)s, this is an outrage!
Now that I reminded myself, reply count is another huge fucking issue with IDs.
Make one reply and come back later to continue the conversation and its already shat up because some sperg has a problem with (1) posts regardless of content, or make several posts in a row and get mocked for making too many replies in a thread.
All IDs ever do is open up more avenues for faggots to shit everything up, and they don't even eliminate the samefag issue, which shouldn't even be a big deal in the first place.
Stop being dumb, learn to spot them, learn to ignore them if they bother you that much, or fuck off back to forums to suck the dicks of mongoloids with inflated egos because of their post history or whatever the fuck.
God damn I haven't sperged like this in awhile, almost feels good.
>>6527
If that's the case, I won't do a rules thead.
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>>6528
I agree with all of your points; /a/ and /tg/ haven't buckled on the ID issue, and they're better boards for it. Anything that injects identities into an anonymous image board is negative, and any positives it could provide are nullified by the truly dedicated. Often, those truly dedicated are the negative influences you need to worry about, like the crowd of faggots who wandered in here as soon as kike/v/ was reinstated back on 8kunt.
>inb4 i get accused of samefagging "because we don't have IDs and you could be anyone"
>implying i wouldn't get accused if we had IDs enabled "because we have IDs and you could be using a VPN"

>>6527
I'd personally like it if we could make phoneposting a bannable offence, but that might be tough to prove and may stray into the territory of "banning people for filenames" even if it isn't.
I think the board as it stands is running fine.
>IDs
They've been on and off here multiple times and made no difference. The preference should be not having them. They end up causing as much trouble as flags do.
>Rules
I don't see a need for an autistic list of rules that boil down to
<I'll just ban what I don't like
Things seem fine here in the actual vidya threads. Smug/vg/ exists for anons that prefer that type of moderation.
>>6528
>You really think people can't easily samefag with IDs?
The thing is, anyone autistic enough to do so also is too autistic to be able to write differently. Blackpillfag is proof enough of that.
>but they can get around it easily!
Any person can get around a locked door on your home if they're dedicated enough, but you don't fucking get rid of the lock because "they can get in anyway"
>Because fuck whatever you're talking about, that ID changed and now you're making (1)s, this is an outrage!
This doesn't happen, if anything the change in argument style means they didn't have a point to begin with.
>learn to spot them, learn to ignore them if they bother you that much
yeah because ignoring a problem worked so fucking well for /co/.
>>6540
>samefags can easily be seen!
>samefags will spam anyway!
There is some truth to this, but you can't pretend that IDs "solve" a samefag problem. All they let you do is hide all an ID's posts in a thread, which shouldn't matter because the hypothetical samefag is constantly hopping IDs. There is no reason to have this feature polluting regular discussion when it doesn't even help the problem you claim it to.
>lock analogy
A publicly accessible image board is not your home. This kind of website has never had anything resembling a lock, such as an account system. Locks are things that keep people out unless they have keys: IDs don't behave in the same way at all.
>This doesn't happen
You're either lying or blind. I've seen this exact thing happen dozens of times on 8/v/ before the exodus, and those are just the ones I remember.
>>6541
>Locks
Locks just keep honest people honest. A criminal kicks the door in anyway. The only thing that really stops him is the idea that the home owner might be lurking behind the door with a shotgun.
>>6543
>Locks just keep honest people honest. A criminal kicks the door in anyway.
An image board is the equivalent of a graffiti mural in the middle of a field. You can't keep people away from it, and if someone wants to destroy it, the best response is monitoring and discouragement through a gun/banning. The lock analogy simply isn't accurate.
>>6544
I agree it isn't a good analogy. I just wanted to point out that locks or in this case IDs don't solve the problem. The actions of the home owner does.
I still lock my house at night but all it is for is to give me warning/time to grab the rifle
Personally, I think this board is fine right now as it is. The new BO hasn't even been here for a week yet. As long as the vidya threads keep going the way they are now I'm happy.
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>lol thread immediately appears on vch when Mark puts it back up
>as it turns out, it was Mark who made the thread
I'm now convinced that any good decision he made in the past were flukes. His behavior is unintentionally malicious to the health of the board. Just don't be like him, mods. Don't confuse fun and cancer.
>>6546
>I'm now convinced
>now
What took you so long? I tolerated /v/ until pretty close to the diaspora, and even then I knew he was human filth for at least a year.
>>6546
>any good decision he made in the past
Which one? I don't remember Mark making a single good decision.
>>6546
The thing that annoys me the most about Mark is he'll screw up or doing something retarded and it's always met with a ton of (((anons))) posting something like
>He didn't do it on purpose! He's just a retard! Better the evil we know than the evil we don't!
Who are most likely just his friends from his discord server and/or him samefagging to run damage control.
>>6547
/v/'s never been this weak before and if he thinks shitposting is going to keep the community together. The merchandising thing also made me switch over to here.

>>6548
I can't think of anything either, so I just left it open. I guess I liked the THQ Nordic incident and the anti-shilling porn spam during Fallout 4's release as those things were fun. As a moderator though? I don't have any examples.

>>6549
I still think he's just aloof, but if this place has anything to prove it's that just because the largest personality drowns out the rest of the crowd doesn't mean that there isn't anyone else more capable at moderating. I didn't accept this for a number of years because I thought any change would cause too much damage.
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I wonder if the Americans after 1776 kept bitching of the British instead of developing their nation.
>>6546
Reminders lol threads are allowed so long as they are videogames related here >>1118
>>6548
This
>>6549
It's all him. He uses a VPN and his phone to post with different IPs.
>>6546
>wtf people are leaving to julay?? better put back the bunker lol
>>6560
>phoneposting
>defending lol threads
Nigger, what are you doing?
So what's the bump limit been set at? Also, sage doesn't seem to be working.
>>6566
Bumplimit is set at 750, the max. I will let the admins know about sage not working and get it fixed asap.
>>6568
Speaking, of technical stuff, is there a reason why the (*) in the browser tab doesn't update properly? It's displaying (2) for me now even though I'm at the bottom of the page, and once I post this it'll show (3) because of my own post.
>>6572
That's because I didn't allow users to delete their posts, but I changed that so they can.
>>6573
I'm not well-versed in this kind of stuff, so I would recommend that you let Robi know on >>>/meta/2
Edited last time by Muses on 12/05/2019 (Thu) 02:55:54.
>>6546
>>6553
>this entire post
sup mark
Incompetence is not an excuse to shit up your own board and if you are so shitty at your job all the time you should be fired
>>6577
What makes you think I'm Mark? I'm criticizing him.
>>6580
I know you when I see you mark.
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>>6502
>>6514
Lynxchan had a link to each board's rule page under the post form next to the other posting options.
https://julay.world/v/rules.html
However with the theme change, it seems that link fell through the crack.
>>6540
> anyone autistic enough to do so also is too autistic to be able to write differently
you assume too much there
>that locked door analogy
IDs aren't a lock, they're some shitty eyesore that doesn't require any effort to get around
>This doesn't happen
yes it does you lying nigger, it happened many times on 8/v/
>yeah because ignoring a problem worked so fucking well for /co/
/co/ didn't ignore the fucking problem, the hotpocket allowed the samefag spammer despite the reports he was getting (from anons who weren't too retarded to spot a samefag i.e. not you) and banned anons over stupid jokes instead
faggot liar, fuck off with the ID shit you have zero valid reasons for wanting that kind of reddit tier faggotry
>>6580
epin trollered tbh
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>8coon is kill
>dud will expire within a few years
>mork's vee is a shell of its former shell
>jim will soon stop paypigging mork thus forcing him to become homeless and suck nigger cock for shekels
>the codehapa wont produce an offspring thanks to being a hapa
>everyone personally involved in this drama has been fucked for the worse
>the next evolution of imageboards is decentralization
It will be interesting to look back at all this in hindsight 10 years from now,
so heres to all of you faggots.
Cheers.
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>>6597
They fucking deserve it. All I ever wanted to do was shitpost and talk about video games, and now look at this mess we're in.
>>6425
Meant to say they COULD but people will dislike them anyways.
>>6502
>Desu~ is banned
Truly dark times
>>6528
It looks to me that you have suffered from tough conditions in a shitty board. I agree that all those situations happen but in small boards, at least in my experience, it never or very rarely happens, often with a breakdown by said poster after a mod warned him later on.
>>6546
>I'm now convinced
You are the niggerest, blackest dumbest gorilla negro if you just realized that, pro-tip: he has been caught posting pokemon porn too.
But now you are in the path of slight less dim light.
>>6417
You see? Case in point, if we could filter by ID I wouldn't even have to notice this faggot's existence for more than a few seconds.

>>6425
>Cakekike's and cuckchan's /v/
IDs help filter the cancer from the good posts. They don't help if there's nothing but cancer.
A bucket can help you scoop water out of your boat, but if there's a hole in the boat...

>>6446
Bingo.
>>6607
>You see? Case in point, if we could filter by ID I wouldn't even have to notice this faggot's existence for more than a few seconds.
<doesn't know about the page down key
>>6538
>Smug/vg/ exists for anons that prefer that type of moderation.
Nobody posts there anymore because reasons, i see some threads here that are copycats and even have the same filenames as them. Now i'm not attacking them, they are good threads and i like them as i was a poster there and i wanted to ask, how about posting a proposal back there to redirect people here?
/vg/ in its stable form was made via 3 boards joining their userbase after a BO/mod agreement, 8k cleansed /vg/ and according to some anons the Thrax called it quits so we can expect some type of friendly position from them, unless they still see us as /cow/central like some people saw 8c as Qcentral.

How 'bout it, BO?
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>>6503
>fa/tg/uy.
You'd have to be a special kind of pleb to try and use this in an insulting manner.
>>6609
I just want a /v/ with no mark where people actually post. I don't care how you hotpockets do it at this point.
>>6609
I'll see if I can work something out, but I would prefer to let them be since the board is active for a few threads.
>>6613
If that’s all you want then you should return to 4/v/, no joke. I want one where the posts aren’t shit.
>>6629
In my experience complaining accomplishes little in the real world, and is mostly women's and faggot's work. On the other hand, actually creating something can dramatically change the world.

Be the future you imagine, Anon.
>>6630
That's correct but that wasn't the point brought out, the question here is PPH, not quality. You cannot create PPH unless you start samefagging and spamming.
>>6630
Wonderful insight boomer, I will take it to heart.
>>6631
I think I'd rather have a few good ideas a day of my own, than wade through thousands of shitposts by morons and faggots tbh.

>>6632
Sounds good, you do that lad. And oh by the way, stop being a dick to your friends. You'll have better success in life.
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>>6629
>I want one where the posts aren’t shit.
Maybe you also want communism to work? On a normal board there's no escaping shitposting, good and bad one, spam, goons etc. That's normal anonymous imageboard behavior and should be dealt with according to common sense global rules and not some 30 paragraph snowflake list. Normalfags should be bullied off boards and not have their threads locked according to rule 23.5.6; spam should be deleted, etc. etc. In the end of the day you have to be able to deal with shit, because when you don't you end up with boards like /a/ and /vg/ where people start deluding themselves with some mythical quest for "post quality" when in reality posts there are of no quality but now it's also a dead overmoderated echochamber where nobody posts outside of the same small clique.
>>6633
>wade through thousands of shitposts by morons and faggots
That's why told the guy to lurk Halfchan if he wanted to.
>>6634
t. shitposter
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>>6631
You create PPH by making threads with funny/interesting/whatever topics that visitors will be able to easily drop their thoughts to, and might want to check back later for other replies. It'll go from there. Then it's all about letting people know the board exists, which is partially accomplished just by having it in the webring.

If you want to absorb someone else's userbase, then you need your board to be as similar as possible. For instance if you wanted cake/v/'s userbase to come here, you need similar rules, you need IDs enabled, you need similar look and color scheme, and you need a BO who people can see as a person (because that's what they're used to and they'll be comparing him to Mark).

Having good website software and themes helps retain users because the board will be more pleasant to use, people don't really like downgrading to a technically worse imageboard or one that looks like shit.
>>6637
>cake/v/ userbase
>wants similar rules
>IDs are a must
>CSS every imageboard has
>A BO one can see as a person
Does such a userbase even exist? I never got the feeling that anons there liked the rules(rule 8), IDs(>(1)), or Mark, but were indifferent at best.
>>6639
I would guess crossover posters (breddit, 4um) would like such things. The indifferent are also usually just lurkers or anons who get to post only to say they don't care.
>>6639
Similar rules, not same rules. IDs make a big difference whether you like them/it or not. Current CSS is fine but the previous was not. People don't like Mark, but they're used to there being someone there so of course you'd wonder who is it this time, and some invisible mystery person doesn't inspire confidence.
>>6642
Are you seriously arguing that a BO needs to have some epic celebrity identity for a healthy board?
>>6643
Yes, at least 20k subscribers is minimum.

No, you're just retarded and associate everything with kikery and attentionwhoring. If the BO posts in the meta thread using a capcode and people can see what kind of person he is (e.g. how much he spergs out, how he approaches moderating the board and listening to user input, etc), that's making him "visible as a person".
>>6644
Mark isn't just someone who turns on the admin capcode to respond to questions. You didn't say the BO needs to talk to the community, literally every single BO does this. You said the board needs someone like Mark.
this is a retarded argument. autists will follow anyone who even remotely seem like them. the fact that "lots" of people use /v/ is irrelevant, you cater to what they want and they will stay. it's as simple as that.
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>>6651
I think the idea is that the board owner's personality should be easily determined/be easily visible. I'm hesitant to cite Chrow as an example, since he isn't the most visible BO (as if that were a bad thing), but it's very easy to determine what sort of person he is from the interaction he does and it provides some level of stability.

Therefore, if making faggots from Mark's /v/ more comfortable with switching boards is the goal, the alternative needs a BO whose personality is apparent and relatively stable. I would not call Mark stable by any means, but he is relatively consistent in his idiocy.

But, I may be wrong. Anon can correct me.
>>6597
i, for one, welcome this nu-BBS era weve entered
>>6656
>but he is relatively consistent in his idiocy.
Knowing someone is chaotic doesn't really give any sense of stability, even when you know he's about to break at any moment. It's an exceptional situation in terms of being excluded of generalities due to being an extreme case.
Name things with good and bad outcomes, and Mark has done all the bad ones with very few cases of good. He's mad and there's something wrong in his head just like with any jew
>>6656
Maybe having a BO e-celeb attracts more users, but it attracts brain dead users. If your argument hinges entirely on increasing popularity while ignoring quality then sure, Mark is a great BO. But if you value some pretty fundamental principles behind what makes a decent Anonymous imageboard then the BO should be just as Anonymous as anyone else. Maybe that doesn't make for an epic circle jerk where everyone giggles at the silly lolcow board owner, but it does make for a respectable board culture.
again. this is why 8chan /vg/ was best.
>>6651
>talk to the community, literally every single BO does this
You don't go to a lot of boards do you.

>You said the board needs someone like Mark
Imagine having literally 0 reading comprehension.

>>6656
More or less. I'm specifically talking about the hypothetical scenario where you want to attract the users of that board into moving here. The less people have to adapt to a new kind of environment (ignoring obvious improvements and the removal of previously present problems), the easier it is to make the switch.
>>6663
You don't need an e-celeb identity to communicate with your board. Mark has an epic e-celeb identity and he manages to communicate literally nothing of value, actually.
>>6663
Yeah, that's what I figured. So, under the wholly hypothetical assumption, it would be ideal for those purposes.
>>6664
That was never the point, though.
>>6656
>i think BO should be an attentionwhoring faggot
:downvote:
>>6664
>still can't read at all
>>6663
>The less people have to adapt to a new kind of environment

see you're speaking ideals and the other retard is talking about autism cancer. he is that fixated on mark that whatever you say he will always assume you're trying to gaslight mark in a good light. when in actual you're merely speaking about what every other BO has thought about before.
>>6656
>I think the idea is that the board owner's personality should be easily determined/be easily visible
I disagree. I use /animu/ and I never once cared about who the BO was.
He does his job and I don't break the rules. Everyone is happy.

As for 8/v/, Mark is a dumb kike, however, for the most part during these long years, he kept the peace.
It was hardly perfect, but people stuck with him because of the name and because /vg/ had the stigma of being "for generals only," which ironically wasn't the case the last time I check it.

The last few retard-tier moves he has made recently combined with the site's barely usable state have finally pushed me off the board.
I'll stick around for the VN general and maybe one or two threads, but I'm done with the board at large.
>>6665
>>6667
Alright, please reaffirm what the fuck your point is if I've so grossly misunderstood it.
>>6669
>/vg/ had the stigma of being "for generals only," which ironically wasn't the case the last time I check it.
mightve been partly my fault
i used to tell /v/irgins that so that they wouldnt come over
i regret nothing
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>>6666
>Satan can't differentiate the construction of a hypothetical scenario from personal beliefs even when expressly phrased to distinguish the two from each other
This isn't just stupidity, it's advanced stupidity.
>>6668
Not even ideals - the idea is the hypothetical that it were ideal in the first place. I can't say I'd necessarily want Mark's userbase here.
>>6669
>I disagree
There was no opinion stated to disagree with. I was describing what I had interpreted the scenario put forth by the other anon was. And, /animu/ is nice, yes. If I watched more anime, I'd probably post there more often.
>>6670
We're different anons. Only the first post was me. So, I'll try to explain:
>anon puts forth the hypothetical scenario of "what if we wanted to attract the remainder of /v/ from Mark's control"
>he suggests several possible options to smooth the transition, including similar color schemes (currently implemented) and a board owner with a visible and relatively stable "personality" - this does not mean some ebin eceleb, just a relatively clear picture of who the BO is and how they operate
>anons interpret it to mean an ebin eceleb
>anons interpret the hypothetical scenario as anon's actual opinions and as something he personally wants to see happen
>this shit erupts as a result
Does that make more sense?
>>6672
satan cares not for your simple mindgames for he is the lord of fucking darkness faggt
>>6672
A board owner having a "visible personality" is literally just your fancy fag way of describing e-celebdom. Stop playing semantics.
>>6669
/vg/ used to be for generals. but then it became the actual /v/ and not /bv2/. like can you imagine that? a /v/ that isn't full of underaged cuckchan tier thread, that isn't half the catalogue just trying to shill you into /new/ game? or the same kinda bullshit threads that're hardly related.

everyone has forgotten what /v/ used to be like and it's fucking disgusting.

>>6672
you're talking with twats who cannot entertain a notion without accepting it because they believe they're in some sort of confrontational argument about "muh tribalism tho."

“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster... for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.” - T. bill murry.
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>>6674
Would it help if I described it as "consistent behavior" instead of "personality"?
>>6676
I'm starting to accept it.
>>6669
Neither /animu/ nor /a/ has a history of "knowing" their BO, but /v/ on the other hand has been living under cakekike's regime for years now and there's very frequently threads where he interacts with the community (for the better or worse). Even then, people more or less are familiar with how the BO in /animu/ operates and he responds to people. If you remove the BO from the picture entirely then you're significantly changing the environment that cake/v/ is used to.

>>6670
The point is that the BO's behavior and modus operandi is visible and that he responds when you reach out to him, not that you know who he is or that you stroke each other's dicks.
>>6677
>>6678
Wanting a BO who responds to issues is just a very basic fundamental to an active board. Mark is not a BO who responds to issues, Mark is a BO who goes around namefagging and derailing threads while he arbitrarily bans people on whim and creates absolute fucking chaos.
MARK IS MARK THAT MARK THIS MARK WHAT MARK WHICH MARK MARK MARK MARK MARK MARK MARK MARK

the more you talk about how much he touched you the more you enable his shit.
/vg/ literally had a "we don't talk about mark" policy due to this.

batter retard house wives.
>>6671
>mightve been partly my fault
Not really.
4/vg/ was like that, so it made sense to everyone to stay away from it.
And 8/vg/ was hardly the only alternative out there.

>>6672
>There was no opinion stated to disagree with
I was under the impression you wanted a visible BO personality, the implication being that users would be more comfortable with that rather than someone anonymous.

>>6678
>If you remove the BO from the picture entirely then you're significantly changing the environment that cake/v/ is used to
It's not like anons would have a problem with a more withdrawn BO.
Everyone is used to bitching at the cake kike whenever he fucks up, and that's about the extent of the users' interactions with him. Not having to deal with that would hardly be something people would miss.
>>6680
t. The Ten Ton Torta of Tel Aviv
>>6682
>It's not like anons would have a problem with a more withdrawn BO.
I never said the BO needs to be outgoing, just "visible", as described earlier; "how much he spergs out, how he approaches moderating the board and listening to user input, etc". If you can see some posts by the BO discussing things in a meta thread, you can more or less tell what kind of views he has regarding moderation and how prone he is to certain behaviors. This can give a lot of assurance to people who are used to being moderated by Mark, knowing whether there is another jewish sperg with a banhammer up there.
alright heres my hot take, as an anon with absolutely no relation with the hotpockets here

BOs and hotpockets are best when they are rarely seen or heard
a BOs job is to
>keep the board running
>hire non faggot vols
>make important decisions when SHTF to avoid another site v& like 8ch
anything past that starts getting into the BO sculpting the community, and not the users. i suppose he can guide it somewhat by outlining some basic rules, but if anons are not allowed to discuss what they want, they will leave. simple as. heavy-handed rulesets, stupid merchandising plots lmfao, and overly-strict moderation lead to migration. BO of an empty board means nothing, even if hes a gr8 BO

meanwhile a vols job is simple:
>remove illegal shit

if a repeat problem/spammer/whatever starts to negatively effect anons, its up to BO to make a meta which were in rn, and this is the point where the BO should be interacting directly and visibly with them. not attentionwhoring on twitter, nor inviting journalists and game devs for AMAs, nor should he be posting fucking selfies all the time like a faceberg-tire faggot.
problem arises: BO appears, talks to anons, arrives at a solution, then vanishes back into the aether

the entire rest of defining the community and the board should be from the anons themselves. im certain with half the /vg/elite force here, we should have no problems keeping quality higher than whats expected of muh current year /v/
were irrelevant/slow enough to not have to worry about cuckchan stumbling in yet, at least, and with all eyes and botnets on vch and 8kun, we have a window of opportunity here to make something fun for ourselves

and to any new /v/irgins looking to assimilate here after marks recent shenanigans, you need only heed this one bit of advice:
try not to be such a no-fun faggot

Disclaimer: This post does not necessarily represent the views of the julay.world administration team. Every poster is responsible for his/her own posts and basically pls no v& us pls

>>6682
>And 8/vg/ was hardly the only alternative out there.
but it was the best
HAIL VEEJEE
HAIL VICTORY
>>6684
Right, I understand what you mean. I agree that BOs should stick to meta threads and interact with the people there which helps build trust.
By "withdrawn" I meant someone who doesn't barge into a thread to derail it with his autism before deleting it.
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>>6686
HAIL VEEJEE
>>6686
>not inviting game devs for AMAs
This is debatable, you could argue that Mark added a lot to /v/ by doing that kind of shit. Similarly organizing "events" like streams (E3 or otherwise) or playing games together, a lot of people enjoy this stuff and people are significantly more likely to join when the BO announces it than when some random makes a thread. It has a big impact and I don't think you can write it off as 100% bad thing.
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>>6690
It depends on what your values are. The way you describe it is almost like a social media influence driving engagement. As if engagement is always good no matter what. Maybe at face value a BO himself creating these "events" and getting more user engagement is a good thing, but the larger lasting impact of it is this awkward situation where /v/ starts being seen as "Marks/v/". The board is more about Mark than it is video games at this point. Though a BO could do all of this anonymously and sticky threads instead. The difference is Mark is physically incapable of doing anything anonymously and has a burning compulsion to namefag.

Everything you describe can be done just pretty effectively by a completely anonymous BO. Engagement at the cost of that is not necessarily an objectively good thing.
>>6690
i mean i see what youre saying
i just dont agree
im here to play and discuss games/mods and funpost and have a good time with anons
if i wanted to interact with gamejournos id join the schizo-revolution with the niGGers and have myself like 20 twitter socks by now
but idgaf about that shit

as weve seen lately, the longevity of an imageboard is inversely correlated with how high of a profile it has
mark is very "loud", and thus attracts a lot of noise. noise that most of us would rather not fucking deal with
>>6692
>/v/ starts being seen as "Marks/v/"
Funny you'd say that.
Everyone outside the board always called it like that, but we never saw it as such. If anything, Mark was seen as the board's retarded teddy bear.
>>6693
to add to this, without this "noise", there is little need for overly attentive vols and helicopter-parent BOs
cutting out the root problem attentionwhores solves the need for a whole slew of """solutions""" down the way
the users will regulate themselves, and if theres a glaring issue, head to the meta, rub your hands together 6millions times and scream VEEJEE A BEST and summon the BO
>>6692
>a BO could do all of this anonymously and sticky threads instead
That's also an option. They don't need to be a namefag about it, but this is still a quality of the BO that goes beyond the bare minimum of removing spammers.
>>6694
>Mark was seen as the board's retarded teddy bear
tbh i saw him more as the symbionese liberation army manifested as a fat jewish kid who likes bing wahoo shit, while /v/irgins were all collectively patty hearst, getting repeatedly locked in the closet and starved and raped until suddenly they love him and are out robbing banks and shit
V E E J E E A B E S T
>>6692
To be frank, I really do not have an online presence anywhere and I cut myself away from it for some time. So, it is impossible for me to get people from the industry to do AMAs. HOWEVER, an admin and I were throwing an idea together to host tournaments in the cytube room and other things to give this place some character. My ultimate goal of running this board is to cater to you guys since my primary hobby is not really video games, and that I really missed the times when I could possibly catch a gamenight or two if I am not busy with IRL things. Honestly, I put a lot of trust on you users because I really do not know how to run a board ,this is my second board running here and it is really different compared to running a modest board like /mu/ so I really do not care how you treat me as long as you respect what you build here and have some fun for a change. I really miss when the Internet was just pure fun and not so serious about every damn thing.
Edited last time by Muses on 12/05/2019 (Thu) 18:42:29.
>>6703
There's nothing wrong with wanting to run board events and shit, the problem is mostly with namefagging and thread derailing. But anons for some reason think that Mark's namefagging enabled other good things like events, when they aren't related in any capacity.
>>6703
>I really miss when the Internet was just pure fun and not so serious about every damn thing.
i will unironically kill, with my bare hands and whatever heavy blunt objects are available to me at the time, any man woman and child that stands in the way of eventually returning the internet to this now, seemingly mythical, state

Disclaimer: This post does not necessarily represent the views of the julay.world administration team. Every poster is responsible for his/her own posts and basically pls no v& us pls
>>6703
not having a vision for the board is terrible thing. also leaving it up to the posters is. reason for so is all it'd take to change the culture is just a greater vocal minority. which means shitposters shitposting shitposters. which is what happened with cuckchan and 8/v/.
>>6703
A lot of things are pure and fun until governments and corporations and political activists and brainwashed NPCs and their paid (be it shekels or hotpockets) shills enter the picture.
>>6709
or an anon who thinks that's the case
>>6710
You'd have to be incredibly deluded to deny the presence of all of those.
>>6711
You'd have to be incredibly deluded to deny the presence of autists.
>>6711
He's saying that the paranoia is nearly as destructive as the actual thing, regardless of whether or not it's justified.
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>>6713
>paranoia
Meanwhile we're more or less currently under the radar of one of them and related shill armies from who knows where doing D&C.
>>6703
Watching tournaments and gamenights in cytube would be very comfy. I usually miss out on playing with anons due to choppy internet so it would be nice to at least spectate.
>>6715
so you should look into the matter without just assuming everyone who disagrees or holds X opinion is a shill of some kind. D&C isn't limited to tangible groups, it's easier to invent a stereotype to target and accuse people of being that then it is to go after an actual place. if no one can confirm your claims then they're as good as the truth it self.
>>6716
Third strike tourny when
>>6709
>A lot of things are pure and fun until governments and corporations and political activists and brainwashed NPCs and their paid (be it shekels or hotpockets) shills enter the picture.
then lets have that fun while we can, before we have to migrate again
but i havent noticed anything of the sort yet here. the place seems comfy, and is running a lot more smoothly now in recent days

plus the fact that we have a streaming thang on our serb here means we can have lots of fun gamenights/tournaments, for people who either want to participate, or just spectate and funpost
this could be some cool, new shit
the only thing that can stop it is our collective autism rending itself apart
rather than force the hotpockets to try to tard-wrangle with us, why not take it upon ourselves to not be so fucking painfully autistic about everything?
shits fine now, and if theres a problem later, we will fucking deal with it as it presents itself. weve already been through much worse these last few months. i got no doubts we can swing with whatever they throw at us when it comes time to deal with them again
>>6720
Ditto, i think we can relax now that we can say our problems at this moment are small meta stuff as the site is running fine and there's no heat, as far as we can see.
Any hesitation about permanence and other kind of doubts must go away, at least for a few weeks, and just post away here.
Let's try to have fun for a while
>>6720
Didn't mean that you can't seek to return to the fun times, just that it's not as easy as it used to be because the environment has changed drastically. It's especially hard if you're simultaneously pushing too much for the "no mods necessary" and "people will moderate themselves" ideals, not to mention near an environment that's already hounded by corrupted souls. Those used to work better when there were less malicious entities on the internet.

In the perfect world you would never have any rules at all except "no malicious intentions", realistically that's the only rule you need. It's not possible to detect that though so we'll have to make do with other filtering methods to weed out those who go against whatever we're striving for.
>>6720
>weve already been through much worse these last few months. i got no doubts we can swing with whatever they throw at us when it comes time to deal with them again
/thread.
>>6724
the bad is there to remind you what good is for if you had only good then the good would become bad and not called so.
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>>6727
That's a good way of looking at it.
You still need to remove it though.
>>6729
a men is not a fallen angels but rather a rising beast. to live by denying undesirable parts of a man, is to also stunt one's growth towards a natural balance within.
>>6693
>as weve seen lately, the longevity of an imageboard is inversely correlated with how high of a profile it has
Christ, there’s nothing wrong with getting a little attention. The administration and moderators set the tone for the imageboard. As long as they enforce the same level of quality control, things should be fine.
>>6733
I forgot to mention that the latter is what Mark isn’t good at, which is why /v/ suffers. He’s predictably unpredictable.
Just got caught:
Niggers, a good BO barely exists.
If the users are based, behave, and do their damn job of reporting bad actors, BOs are barely ever seen or heard.
When was the last time you heard about the hirocucks's /v/ or /vg/ BOs, their mods, and vols?
Exactly, because their job is to remove the unwanted and never be heard.
Fredrick Brennan changed that with vichan, he invited the plebbit audience, the cancer of the internet, and Mark Mann, an detested namefag in hirocuck's finally got what he wanted, people he could control. It took Gawker employees to realize how bad shit already was, and Moot is happy being hamfisted cakes at Google.
If you had an milliliter of interest in preserving any notion of IB culture, the USAgov would finally not exist, or any government for that matter.
But you don't care about IBs, freedom of press, maintenance of culture, or videogames, you can here to fit your will unto others. And for that, you're asking Muses here to self identify.
Fuck yourselves. Grow up, when I can host an IB from my landline without threat of swatting, that'dll be the day freedom truly has been set free.
Until then, fuck your pretense to oust Muses, he only wants to listen to music and be left alone.


>>6662
So when are you hosting?
>>6681
Still waiting, by now you should have a IB up, with games and all.
>>6686
>hot take
Go back to whatever discord hellhole you came from.
>>6733
Imageboards are fundamentally incompatible with large active user growth. There is always a turning point where moderation becomes essentially impossible and bad actors are so high in numbers that post quality plummets. To act as if an anonymous forum in the age of phone posting, dynamic IP's, and VPN's can be effectively moderated and that post quality can be maintained is simply delusional.

In order for an imageboard in the current internet climate to thrive you want as little users as possible, while also having those users be very active. Anything above a few hundred active posters and it becomes just another cuckchan fed infested mess. Thankfully most of the webring seems to be comfortably hovering around good enough active user numbers to maintain itself. And with 8kun shitting the bed so much it's letting the decent posters flow back to the webring boards while it siphons off the glow niggers and normalfags. It's all coming together quite nice actually.
>>6738
if this /v/ doesn't turn out well I'll ask for a /vg/ board to which I will moderate. though looking at the moderation stuff on here, might take some getting used to.
>>6741
>though looking at the moderation stuff on here, might take some getting used to.
There's nothing difficult about moderating lynxchan, it's basically the same a running an infinity board.
>>6745
that's me assumption and that also took some getting used to.
>>6738
>pretense to oust Muses
What the fuck are you rambling about, banana man?
>>6745
The modtools are worse in lynxchan though.
>>6750
then donate better code
>>6752
>wasting your time on lynxshit
Now that's a great joke, I saved it onto my jokes text file.
>>6752
I read a post where Robi said he's trying to move off lynxchan as soon as possible, anon. Why would anyone do that for a board that will be using different software later on?
>>6705
>But anons for some reason think that Mark's namefagging enabled other good things like events, when they aren't related in any capacity.
I'm pretty sure most events were spontaneously done by anons and then co-opted by Mark's namefaggotry because he couldn't handle anyone else having any influence.
>>6703
Tournaments would be great. I want another RTS one so we can laugh at incompetent burger attempts to understand a white man's genre.
>>6749
The "BO are better with personality" being discussed ITT.
It never fucking matters if they are a namefag or cares about the board, if they do their job well, you will never hear or care about them because they are doing their job.
Muses has already done a fine ass job so far, and that's as much as it's needed to be known about him. Anyone asking for more is asking to identify people.
You don't need a personality to be a garbage disposal officer.
>>6741
Unlike you, I want people using decentralized software, but you don't see me pitching. That includes self hosting your version of a kill file of what you believe /vg/ should behave like.
>>6753
He's right though, where's your better moderated tools for your IB?
>>6772
Nah, the faggots are still making asses of themselves back on vch. /cow/ is having a blast.
>>6779
I agree with decentralizing, quite frankly it's the only way IB's are going to survive the next twenty years. however, my convictions lead me to observing rather then take lead. so I only do so when pushed.
>>6779
>where's your better moderated tools for your IB?
There's no good software, but that still doesn't mean you should waste your time on a pile of shit instead of spending the time building something better, or helping with projects that aim to become something better (e.g. final solution, jschan).
>>6779
>It never fucking matters if they are a namefag or cares about the board, if they do their job well, you will never hear or care about them because they are doing their job.
I'm alright with a little bit of shitposting personality. 8/vg/ had its flaws but it was pretty amusing when the vols used their capcodes and fake C&C Generals personalities occasionally that one time they were fucking with the namefag in the Doom thread for example. But it's a hard line to tread and way too easy to fall into actual namefagging.
DoNT FoRGET TO DONaTE tO MArKs PaYpIG ACcOUnT!!!
oR eLSe VeE is FiNIShED, Oh NOOeS!!!
DonT WoRRy HIs dIsCorD TrANnIES GeT A sLiCE of THe CaKe TOo!!!
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>>6791
he was a special case.
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>>6792
>keeps banning shit with "spam" or unspecified reason
What a kike.
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>>6797
you haven't seen PEAK mark yet sweetie.
>>6738
>pissy about "hot take"
<doesnt realize were almost in full agreement with both of our schizo rants
heh

>>6785
yup
unless someones willing to foot the bill for like a dozen different botnets at once, itll be hard to knock us all out simultaneously.
suppose if govts get more directly involved, or more coordinated, it could happen, but so long as everyone keeps the irl schizoposting to a minimum, and posts their manifestos to IG instead of whatever hobby board on the webring, we should be good for the foreseeable future
>>6791
>that one time they were fucking with the namefag in the Doom thread for example
I've never been to /vg/, do you have any screencaps?
>>6796
Truly the man was pure autism.
>>6804
I never bothered but /vg/'s vols archived every thread before deleting anything so that'll be around somewhere if there's a version of the board that's still accessible. The fag is the same as in >>6796 and was banned for some justified reason then tried to convince everyone the board was being raided by an entire community of elite hackers that was clearly just him using his phone to ID hop. Imagine someone quite literally manually spamming a thread using Lorem Ipsum.
>>6809
Ah, yeah. /hgg/ had someone like that too, they posted some choice pictures in the meta thread. He still comes by from time to time, though I'm not sure it'll continue with how things ended up
>>6809
he would spam the doom threads with screen shots of his wads. get into long autistic arguments with people there. apologize for being a fag and also rant about evolve. though admitted I baited him into prolonging that. I might have some pictures laying around but tbh I don't quite remember.
>>6802
I wouldn't mind giving some money. but I would mind doing it blindly
>>6789
Seems you don't know many IBs, or decentralized ones FTM.
>>6792
You mean report to the feds and paypal abuse for prostitution.
>>6797
>>6798
Take this to >>>/nintendo/
>>6802
Tell me, do you talk to family and friends with "hot takes" all the time? You can say the same thing without sounding like an attentionwhore faggot with "silly takes".
>>6819
I posted an image with it. so yes no shit you know it.
>>6817
>You can say the same thing without sounding like an attentionwhore faggot with "silly takes".
dont tell me what to do
im here to have fun
and you cant stop me
>>6820
It was about as informative.
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>>6822
"Ok sweetie"
>>6825
Thanks proving my original point about "mods posting their personalities are great dox material!!"
>>6828
Is this you? Be honest, I don't judge.
>>6817
>5th
I don't mind Vivian, but the Gamergate generals are circlejerks at this point. They don't need to be constantly occupying the first page.
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>>6555
Should I make this a cyclical thread?
>>6863
For archival purposes i think making a second one is better.
>>6864
Then the second one will be cyclical.
You can archive every $CYCLICAL_POSTS_IN_THREAD_LIMIT
>>6864
Alright
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>>6863
no because there is no last 100 option which would automatically prune older posts and large threads are resource hog and work like shit
>>6867
There's a last 50 posts feature in newer versions of Lynxchan actually. And couldn't the BO just cap it to something reasonable like 300?
>>6863
What we need is fags to stop posting here constantly and go post in actual vidya threads on the board.
>>6868
I just wanna make some threads have longevity, but I see that there has to be a reasonable limit so i am going to set the bump limit to 400.

>>6870
Yeah, there is really no point for a meta thread unless there is something major which is why I think it only makes sense that only I make a meta thread if it is needed. Also, these meta threads will not stay up for too long. Of course, I will archive them after the fact. It is not a good look when most of the activity is coming from here rather than the actual vidya threads.
>>6884
People are going to talk about what they want to talk about regardless of whether there's a sanctioned meta thread. People will just jump to whatever thread has a vaguely meta-type OP. That's not to say you need to make a dedicated meta thread necessarily, but I'm just saying that it's maybe not something that should be actively deleted when it organically crops up. Though it is much easier for a BO to track the meta discussions in a dedicated thread. Maybe making a /v/ meta thread on /meta/ itself is a good compromise.
>>6890
Well, I won't delete them on sight, it is bound to happen with the circumstances that we are in. Also, I think it would be better to set up an official meta thread for /v/ on /meta/. As I said earlier, I will only delete GG, LOL, and duplicates on sight. Pseudo-meta threads are alright, but there can only be one here on the catalog and don't expect me to be there since I will be on the official /metav/ thread.

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