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6132 No. 6132 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Where is the /loli/s?
>> No. 6133 [Edit]
they're on 4chan with the rest of the meme paraphilia, poseurs and wannabes
>> No. 6140 [Edit]
you could always start a thread on >>>/pic/

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6103 No. 6103 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I'd like to suggest a potentially permanent solution to the CP spam that's plagued us for quite a while now.

The first time a post is made from a given IP address, instead of being posted immediately, it is placed in a queue, and is only posted to the site itself once approved by a moderator. Once one post is approved, all further posts from that IP are posted immediately as normal.

For regular posters, this would mean absolutely no difference whatsoever.
First time posters and posters whose IPs change will experience a slight delay in their posts, but the pace of conversation here is gentle enough that I doubt it would make much difference.
Spammers would be severely inconvenienced; in order to post anything untoward, they'd have to first make an innocuous post and then wait long enough - with the same IP - for it to be approved. Given that the CP spammers are probably using TOR or similar, this would be practically impossible.
Moderators might have slightly more work, but then again they'd have to go through and delete these posts anyway, and it's probably worth it for being rid of the CP spam.

I know this system is already used in various places, notably including bay12forums, where a forum with >2000 posts per day is overseen entirely by one solitary admin. If it works there, I see no reason why it shouldn't work here.

The only serious downside is that it requires harvesting data from users, but IP address alone isn't particularly sensitive data, and you could always include some opt-out.

I'd code this up myself, but I'm not great at programming and don't know anything about the existing board software.
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>> No. 6120 [Edit]
everyone who currently uses 4cunts is shit, yourself included of course, but a certain class of those shits insist that every thread on every board on the internet should be a discussion about meme politics. like the pony people & the scientology people & the furfags and all the other halfwits who think that imitating people who impersonate morons for a laugh makes them somehow intelligent.
/soc/ keeps to itself, its been locked for ages, but regardless that people who post there are better than you in every way and thats what bothers you about it

sorry if that was too much "red pill" for you (I think thats what you kids call it these days ), you may now return to 4chumps.
>> No. 6121 [Edit]
>>6120
Woah anon i see that you are kinda mad also are you implying that everyone who uses 4chan is stupid because that definitely isn't true also /soc/ does not keep to itself for a long time now those normalfags have been shitting up /b/ with posting stupid shit like faces of /b/ and rate me when were supposed to be anonymous believe me i am angry too at what happened to the site if that is what you are going on about but to single everyone out makes you look like a total faggot just saying.
>> No. 6122 [Edit]
>>6121
why all the sudden disdain for /soc/? is hiroyuki pissed off that other people were discussing better software than he has or is he trying to minimize any sway that the original crew might still have so that he can secure his position as owner of 4chan?
hiroyuki did the handbag spam? seems implausible
>> No. 6124 [Edit]
I don't think it's necessary because this place is so slow and the mods and admin here do such a good job.

I suggest they add a loli board to scare away the normalfags however.

>>6106
I hope you aren't serious.

I'm going to plead with the admin of tohno-chan again. Please do not let it being normalfag as 4chan has become. You are our last line of defense from them. This is our home. You can't let them take it away from us. Just look at the boards here. The normalfags don't belong and will never belong.

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6096 No. 6096 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
https://discord.gg/M5EgReu

This is a Discord server I have made, which uses a bot to connect the IRC to the channel and vice versa. What you type in the IRC pops up in Discord, and what you type in Discord pops up in the IRC. ( https://github.com/reactiflux/discord-irc )

I made this in mind for those who, for whatever reason, would like to use a TC chatroom, but either could not set up IRC or find IRC unappealing. With this method , one does not have to worry about splitting up the community. Technically there is a voice chat, but I don't see anything becoming of that.

Cons
-Discord intentionally hordes your data for future use. Not that IRC isn't logged to hell, but read this:
>By uploading, distributing, transmitting or otherwise using Your Data with the Services, you grant to us a nonexclusive, transferable, royalty-free, sublicensable, and worldwide license to use Your Data, subject to the Company’s Privacy Policy.

Pros
-It just werks
-Notifications
-Mobile Usage

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>> No. 6097 [Edit]
It will be down until further notice, since someone on the IRC did not like that one IRC user contained multiple posters
>> No. 6100 [Edit]
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6100
something cought my eye
>> No. 6101 [Edit]
>>6100
Good to know my ass caught your eye.

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6027 No. 6027 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
The captcha is obnoxious as hell. I've noticed it doesn't work at times with the correct code typed in. Furthermore some spam is still getting past it from time to time. Should we just axe the captcha already?
>> No. 6028 [Edit]
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6028
wait a minute, why am I even asking this? Not like anyone could possibly like it. I'll get rid of it across the site by the end of the day.
>> No. 6029 [Edit]
I think captcha is valid for a limited timeframe after it gets generated, so if you leave the tab open or take your time writing your post it just expires. I tried experimenting with it a little and that's what I concluded.
>> No. 6030 [Edit]
Well, if the spam still got through then it was a pretty pointless line of defense. Sucks it didn't work.
>> No. 6038 [Edit]
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6038
In retrospect I think the captcha actually did help in blocking 'some' of the more nasty forms of the spam. Thing was still obnoxious though and I think if I was to put it up again I'd need to find a way of implementing a better system.

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4401 No. 4401 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I got nostalgic and started thinking: what ever happened with all the old tripfriends of /tc/? why did they go? Back then I thought we'd be together til the end...

How many people from the ib4f days still remain?
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>> No. 5991 [Edit]
I don't post under trip a lot lately (when I do sometimes it's by accident because of autofill) because I was afraid I was pushing people away from here.

I don't mod constantly because I am afraid of fuck ups since the only thing I have to access the Internet is my phone and I could accidentally do some pretty bad shit if I fat finger something.
>> No. 5992 [Edit]
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5992
>>4401
Hello there. Remember me?
>> No. 5993 [Edit]
>>5992
no.
mehews
>> No. 6055 [Edit]
Wish I hadn't left.

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5900 No. 5900 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Should 'Dark' be made the site's default theme?
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>> No. 5972 [Edit]
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5972
Why does the default style use these ugly boxes? They don't look like the normal Dark-style boxes, which blend in nicely with everything else.
>> No. 5979 [Edit]
>>5972
I'm not sure why that would have changed and honestly I don't remember what they looked like before. Where they a different color? I think all the themes use the same style for the boxs.
Could have something to do with the browser you're using if you're referring the check boxes.
>> No. 5981 [Edit]
>>5979
Yeah I meant the check boxes and you were right, I tried to see what they look like in 3 different browsers and they weren't the same even after manually chosing Dark.
Is there no way to force the black ones regardless of the browser? The white/grayish ones are really ugly. Not like it matters to me personally because my main browser displays the black ones but yeah.
>> No. 5985 [Edit]
>>5981
I honestly have no clue how to change what those boxes look like.

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5961 No. 5961 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
This is something I've kind of thought for a long time: do you think we're too harsh with "reaction images" here?

More specifically, I'm referring to reaction images that fall within TC's other rules (2D girls, essentially). I've seen a few of them over time that were left untouched and weren't complained about, so I'm curious as to what everyone else's thoughts are on it. I personally think 4chan-tier reaction images (ie: Pepe, Donald Trump macros, Reddit ragefaces) would already fall under the umbrella term "/b/ shit".
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>> No. 5966 [Edit]
>>5965
I don't think anyone has ever complained about them before.
>> No. 5974 [Edit]
>>5966
thats not a meaningful statistic on a site with literally no good posters
>> No. 5977 [Edit]
>>5975
What's the point of using kakusu on /fb/?
>> No. 5980 [Edit]
>>5975
Why does anything?

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5888 No. 5888 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What's Tohno-chan's policy towards quest/CYOA threads?
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>> No. 5890 [Edit]
>>5889
It would go on /ot/, right?
>> No. 5892 [Edit]
Or /cr/ maybe.
>> No. 5893 [Edit]
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5893
>>5887
>I found out through /jp/ ad
>> No. 5894 [Edit]
>>5893
So, where did you hear about /tc/ Elitist-san? /a/?

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5860 No. 5860 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
random pictures have disappeared
>> No. 5861 [Edit]
They are far from random, read the news.
>> No. 5878 [Edit]
Most of the images have now been recovered as I still had most of em. If one or more of the missing images was something you posted and would like to have restored then this would be a good place to post the original image if you still have it.
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5885
>>5878

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5866 No. 5866 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
May I suggest adding some of our boards to the list at idlechan.net? It could be a good boost to activity.
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>> No. 5874 [Edit]
>>5873
Chchchchanges!
>> No. 5875 [Edit]
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5875
>>5871

b-blip?
>> No. 5876 [Edit]
no thanks, idlechanners are lame
also sage
>> No. 5877 [Edit]
This might not be a bad idea, While not really advertising to normals, we could get random wanderers that might end up liking the site.

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5168 No. 5168 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Why does /akb/ exist? Wondering because it goes against most of the things this site/community stands for.
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>> No. 5317 [Edit]
>>5316
I haven't been participating in this thread but I agree with your last statement about mods going more closely to the rules.
>> No. 5318 [Edit]
>>5315
>On IRC they actually made fun of people who report things like when someone brings up gender or relationships.
That's extremely discouraging. Did TC get female moderators again or something?

>>5316
>I don't believe in this whole 'chosen people only' ideology.
I don't believe that TC regulars are a "chosen people", per se, but I don't really think those that do want to discuss 3D have any place here.

>So basically you do agree it's just somebody who is a random /tc/er who just happens to have a different opinion on topic at hand, right?
Yes. In that thread as well as others, as I said, the term is flung around as an insult to imply that the other party is 'not fit to be here', along lines with the 'secret club' elitism I mentioned earlier. I think labeling them a dangerous element is a bit much. Personally, I always took those outsider attacks as a completely derogatory and ridiculing insult rather than one labeling a threat.

>/tc/ is almost dead and our favorite pasttime is attacking new users. That's just great.
I can't speak for everyone, but so as long as they don't break the rules I have no issues with newcomers.

>Blame every single person who ever shouted 'nazi moderation!'. Mods are supposed to be 'nazi' (what a retarded description it is, though). They are here to enforce the rules.
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>> No. 5319 [Edit]
>>5316
>Blame every single person who ever shouted 'nazi moderation!'. Mods are supposed to be 'nazi' (what a retarded description it is, though). They are here to enforce the rules.
I agree. I told Tohno he should go more strictly by the rules but he said that's Nazi behaviour.

Enforcing the rules is not nazi behaviour, nazi behaviour is when someone deletes threads about topics they don't like. Like when someone on /an/ posts about an anime they dislike or someone on /mai/ has a waifu they dislike and they delete the post. That mod abuse is nazi behaviour, but actually moderating and deleting things that violate the rules is not nazi behaviour.

>>5318
>That's extremely discouraging. Did TC get female moderators again or something?
No, don't worry. And don't be discouraged.
>> No. 5321 [Edit]
>>5318

>term is flung around as an insult to imply that the other party is 'not fit to be here', along lines with the 'secret club' elitism I mentioned earlier. I think labeling them a dangerous element is a bit much.

The point is the 'sikkrit club' elitist mentality is what causes people to stone people who don't share their one correct sikkrit club worldview. I think 'you don't belong here' is mean literally. You can take it at face value. 'Since you prefer red over blue we don't want you here'. I'm sure some people legitimately believe letting people who don't share their views hang around here will cause some massive userbase shift.

>>5319

>I told Tohno he should go more strictly by the rules but he said that's Nazi behaviour.

Can you even blame him after every mod quit because they just couldn't take it anymore? I don't follow /tc/'s staff closely enough to name all of them but Natsume definitely cracked under pressure and I think the same holds true for hamish.

>Enforcing the rules is not nazi behaviour, nazi behaviour is when someone deletes threads about topics they don't like.

That's what the funposters always said on /fb/, though. That the mods delete shit they don't like.
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