Hiro, are you here? Can we get a board for Japanese games only please? /v/ is really bad these days because of Westkeks who love casual dudebro garbage, "cinematic experiences" and e-celeb cancer. Another split would benefit us a lot and cut down the shitposting to a minimum.
>new word filters for the shit plaguing this site >new universal Halloween theme
The filters should NOT be case sensitive Hiroyuki, you also need to filter variants of the words. We're also missing music. But overall AMAZING fucking changes, if anything I'd say also filter JUST in all caps, and all forms of niggerposting.
What do you guys think of the changes, and any new proposed songs?
Can we please remove flags and IDs from all boards?
/int/ can keep flags, as it is a novelty board made for flags, and if we need a board with IDs we can set up /reddit/ or /forcedtrip/.
But otherwise, remove them. It compromises anonymity and it encourages shitposting and people to ignore the content of the post in favor of looking at the ID/flag instead of the post alone. That is cancerous. For example, /pol/ has become unusable for serious discussion since the introduction of flags and IDs.
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>>310326 I agree with him. IDs are cancer and against the very nature of 4chan. I mean fuck, just look at moot's TED talk. Samefagging is a non-issue, and being able to change the course of discussion without being held accountable for unrelated shit is a good thing. There's literally no real reason for 4chan to have IDs, especially when you can just pop on a trip real quick if you're so autistic that you have to have an identity.
Hiro has agreed to force mods to step back on their overbearing moderation of NWS material on /a/, even though they were always allowed to post it. Does that mean we please return to the previous rules which allows Western content to be posted here?
The "no Western" rule had gone unenforced for years, and no longer served the needs of the community.
This was posted on /d/ first but deleted soon after: https://archive.loveisover.me/d/thread/6509652/
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>>301074 Doesn't matter, the already niche community of /d/ is split now and they won't come back as long as they can post on /aco/.
Even of /aco/ were deleted /co/ posters would migrate to /d/ and we would actually need the western rule enforced to keep out poor quality art, changing the rules on /aco/ to disallow /d/evident content would have similar results and the mods would need selectively delete western content and the whining would never end.
Every fucking day until we get one, centralized place to post lolis, from /a/, /jp/, /v/, /co/, or anywhere else that doesn't share the /b/ userbase, doesn't purge in one hour, and isn't completely filled with porn. After being chased out of /a/, /v/, /jp/, not4chan, e-hentai, paheal, lolibooru, partly off gelbooru and danboory, but being more important and larger than most of the groups there, being so ubiquitous and synonymous with otaku culture but not being able to post anywhere on the site, it's ridiculous and insulting to this site that things are the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have next to zero experience with Reddit, but as I understand it, it was at one point pretty freewheeling as far as topics go, much like 4chan. So why is it that site is much more able to attract business? Obviously, Reddit was set up from the start to be a for profit venture, while 4chan was not. But with the ownership change and talk of the site's long term sustainability and how that may affect moderation policy going forward, this topic should be explored.
So all the start up/venture guys, what is 4chan doing wrong? What can/should it be doing that would interfere... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Mostly its history and reputation. 4chan is pre-net 2.0, predating YouTube, existing alongside sites like Newgrounds and Homestar Runner. It was also a niche site specifically for anime despite the presence of all the random elements. Combined with the anonymous culture, the bad press from all the raid shit, bigotry etc. It's not a place advertisers want to go. In fact even though Reddit is a lot more advertiser friendly a lot of content on the site is getting purged because it turns advertisers off, like how r/cuckservative, r/jailbait and r/fatpeoplehate got too popular... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>291461 What the fuck. Literally nobody is going to get hooked up through /soc/, and I can think of nothing bad that would happen if we nuked the board. It seems to just attract snapchat using normies and other undesirables.
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