>>409755 I think its time we start keeping track of what boards are currently falling into despair and why. That way people know which boards are going to kill themselves and we can keep them on suicide watch.
>>409755 [s4s] is in no way in any trouble nor needing any fixing. Caring about the wellbeing of [s4s] is contrary to the purpose of the board.
/qa/ is currently my favourite board and I see no reason to make any changes to it.
I'm not familiar with most of the other boards on the top list. I definitely don't like /r9k/ because of the chosen subject matter so I can't distinguish shitposts from good posts. As for /b/, I think it could really do well to have a few less porn threads, or a few more non-porn... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Dark stoats across the sky if you have time to see it. Burns everyone, but not you, not now, we hug but sand slipped through my hand's time happens and happens again dinn't ask but you didiaint like mirrors because it reminds you what you have done in front of a screen, you buy the second cheapest product of most items because the cheapest company are dumb but when you treat yourself by saying baiting is... the binary quest way to learn is like learning from someone and shouting I cu^t yor mom! Learning to follow a short script from within a dictatorship to try... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Why was my perfectly reasonable thread on /a/ deleted?
This is the problem I have with /a/. You really aren't allowed to express certain opinions there without risking being moderated by someone with an agenda. It wasn't trolling. It wasn't horribly though out. It's an opening post meant to generate discussion about anime on a deeper level than "would you lick her feet?" And it did. There were some dubs/roulette trolls who tried to derail the thread (and whose post should have been deleted), but instead the whole thread was deleted, which is unacceptable.
In my opinion this reflects the primary reason /a/ has declined. Moderators on /a/ have way too much power, too much discretion. It's a worse problem than it seems in part because on /a/ there are a vocal group of people who celebrate the exclusion of opinions or groups that upset them (they are likely to show up in this thread and accuse me of being a newfag or something), some people leave after they see how bad things get, and many just don't care because their posting unaffected. But to someone like me who is very opinionated and spent years of my life on /a/ arguing shit, it's really concerning to see an internet home of mine become what it has.
5+ years ago you had blatant troll threads that would stay up without a hitch, and I miss those days, since at least you got interesting discussion out of them and it was a relative free marketplace of ideas. The trend now (and /a/ has been moving this way for years) is for mods to delete threads that they feel provoke /a/ orthodoxy. I feel as if current /a/ mods tend to be people who started posting back in 2011 or so, who internalized many of the complaints of some of the vocal groups, and once they ascended to power used it to mold /a/ in that group's image.
> I feel as if current /a/ mods tend to be people who started posting back in 2011
This is actually reflected in the creation of /wsr/. This is a board really made solely because over the last 5 years or so years some groups on /a/ have been obsessed with the idea that recommendation threads were the worst thing imaginable to be allowed on /a/, that they let in a breed of folk that don't belong at all.
Of course this baffles someone like me, who started posting on /a/ back in 2007 and whose first thread... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>409530 Addressing the first subject: Not all traps are gay. Some might be trying to attract a lesbian female and "trap" them, which would make them some weird form of straight. If you had said "most traps are gay" then I could agree with you, unless they transitioned, in which case they would then become straight, logically.
The second one is debatable but probably false. Disliking things isn't necessarily a coping mechanism and it's certainly possible to dislike just about anything. Some people who dislike real life human definitely do so as a coping mechanism, but I can't say for certain that all of them do. If you had said, "Most people who cry 3dpd are doing so as part of a coping mechanism" then I could agree with you.
Addressing the third one: You've chosen to include the word "most" and as such I would need to see stats concerning percentages. If 50.0000001% or more lolicons are also pedophiles then your statement is true. This being a non-absolute statement makes it the most likely statement to be true.
I'll make a second post to add what I believe to be a truth that a large percentage of 4chan is in denial about.
>>409530 >The human mind has so much variation between any two people that you can't make any definitive statement about anything to do with an opinion that holds true for everyone, even when you try to restrict it to a group unless you have intimate knowledge of absolutely every member of that group.
I would like to request stronger moderation(or some moderation period) on /lit/.
I know moot didn't want to do it years ago because our board was slow as molasses, threads used to last for weeks, well, things have changed.
I don't know if it is "reddit" as everyone is saying, but there are a lot of "shitposters", /pol/posting, trump-posting, off-topic threads about music, television and desktop threads. These are people who post the most inane things(sometimes 3 paragraphs long), then place a sentence at the bottom naming some book(I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you're wishing to banish "/pol/posting or trump-posting" from your precious board, you need to fuck off. It is anti-/lit/ to not read or want anything to do with ideas that aren't apart of your ideology.
So by taking a look at >>407247 we can all assume none of you are happy a lot of people hate your guts right now. From leaked IRC logs that proved you were not only out of touch, but that you hated the userbase and were purposely trying to ruin boards like /tv/. Then you went ahead and ruined /d/ and killed its userbase. Then you fail to moderate /v/ and now its an unusable cesspool of underage faggots, and the only time you actually bother to moderate is to delete threads you don't like or ban people shitting... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The point is, the userbase wants to actually legit talk to you, but YOU must understand why people are pissed off at you right now. If you continue to keep up the way you have been moderating all of last year and after GamerGate, people will leave this site more and more, and people will continue to hate you. We are asking, as users, for more dialogue from you. We want open channels. We want you to do your jobs and talk with the userbase. Understand how we feel about the shitposting from Reddit invaders and the onslaught of underage faggots thinking 4chan is for funposting.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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