There was a thread talking about the constant degradation of the board over the past ~2 years.
People said that there's not much that could be done about it unless we had mods and janitors here 24/7, but that's not the case in my opinion. I think we should lets the mods know what we want here and what we don't. So I made a strawpoll so people could show what they want to start removing from the board. If theres a majority showing what we don't want here they'd possibly comply.
you mean my copypasta?
god damn /mu/ is fucking terrible. There is maybe 1 really good, constructive, music related thread per every 40 threads on this board. Yet I still come here all the time, and I have figured out all you can do is contribute to the awful as much as possible, not try to fight it. That is why I start and bump a j-pop and k-pop thread every hour on the hour. That is why I spend all of my spare time in mspaint making variations on constanza.jpg, that is why I always bomb every thread by saying Piper at the Gates of Dawn was best Floyd album, No love deep web was best death grips album, Yeezus was best Kanye Album, Pablo Honey was best Radio Head album, and IDM is an entirely legit genre. That's right /mu/ I am that guy. While typing this out, I have already bumped a p4k thread, a last.fm circlejerk (I'm the guy that links random posts and just says mahnigga or >constanza.jpg, I don't even look at the content anymore), and my favorite, 'hay /mu/ at what age did you grow out of metal?'
If you need a break from hostility and shitposting, go to reddit for a bit. Then come back here when you get bored of bland douchebags that have nothing to say. That's what I do.
I don't want Critic threads banned, but the mods should do their 'job' once in a while and delete multiple threads of the same review. Make a sticky or something if it's from a 'big' artist like DG or Tyler, where you just know shitposting will be rampant.
/mu/ will fix itself.
permaban people who unironically use reaction images with white blocky text on them
permaban people who complain about kpop or bleep generals
permaban people who complain about trips
permaban people who listen to only a combination of emo and hip-hop, both of the post-2000 era
permaban people who think avant-teen means liking tmr
permaban people who think mallgoth means liking eai
permaban people who use the phrase *tips fedora*
permaban people who complain about fantano's influence on /mu
permaban people who like dream theater or devin townsend
permaban people who post /mu/core or fotm shit in "post music you've never seen on /mu/" or underrated music threads
permaban people who post anything related to ian watkins
permaban people who post death grips memes
permaban people who keep complaining about death grips fans
permaban people whose favorite ambient and noise projects are bandcamp artists
permaban people who say "kek" or "top kek"
permaban people who make or regularly participate in fake album art threads or create an album threads
permaban people who make or regularly participate in youtube spam threads
permaban people who make "why do women suck at music" threads
permaban people who make "why do women have such bad taste" threads
permaban people who post infographics from /pol
permaban people who make "mosh/pit experience" threads
permaban people who make "-artist- general" threads
permaban people who make "what does /mu/ think of -artist-" threads
permaban people who make meta threads
The true cancer.
>ONE thread for 2000 years of classical
>ONE thread for 100 years of jazz
>ONE thread for 10,000 years of traditional music
>25 rap threads at once
Idk why people want to remove containment threads. K-Pop threads originated to keep the k fags in one place, if you ban them for some stupid fuckin reason all of the shitposters that flock to them will just post in every other thread. K-Pop is music so the threads aren't off topic, and they don't affect anybody else at all, so I do not understand all the hate at all
that image looks like it was made by a faggot
that said mu isn't perfect but not for the reasons cited. there are just too many shitty threads and repeated threads instead of "deep" personal discussion but it makes up for that in honesty and anonymous discussion. if you want that go somewhere else and use this for more loose discussion
I think they moved to /tv/
On a side-note, I think there's an intersting contrast with /tsg/ and K-Pop Generals.
One gets barely any replies, and the other hits the bump limit within an hour. Just an observation.
K-Pop generally isnt abou the music, it's about getting the best looking group to dance and sing bland PPP songs together, so it's understandable that the focus of the convversation would be on who's hottest and the vapid news surrounding the culture. It's just all the more reason to let the 1 or 2 containment boards exist rather than force them to shitpost everywhere else
>the constant degradation of the board over the past ~2 years.
People have been bitching about how /mu/'s going down the toilet as long as I've been here, which is like, 5 years off and on.
Ban people who go to threads about artists/genres that they dislike just to shitpost about how much it sucks. If you generally like metal for instance but dislike a talked about metal album, feel free to talk about why you dislike it. If you're just gonna go in the thread and make implications about meal not being food, then get banned.
I don't understand where the idea that less conflict equals a better board comes from. The reason that I come to 4chan to discuss things is largely the fact that people here feel very strongly about things and are willing to speak their minds. I don't come here for people who are afraid to step on any toes. I want people to duke it out and see what happens. Interesting things happen when strong opinions collide. Not much really goes on when people just do nothing but get along all the time.
Why is /pol/ so obsessed with going to other boards and calling everyone liberal cucks if the board doesn't think that black people are ruining everything?