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File:3e3c0390177a80f17166db44be….jpg (1.15 MB,1802x1274)

 No.11011[Reply][Last50 Posts]

Bring up issues for both Kissu UI.

The old HTML pages will be undergoing an update to a new templating language so I will be more receptive to resolving issues with it.
UI Feedback: https://feedback.kissu.moe/public/forms/UI_Feedback/12
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 No.12225

>>12224
Yeah, it's broken for me too. Weird...

 No.12226

i probably forgot to undo some test rules i put on test..

 No.12227

dumb testard.




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 No.11013[Reply][Last50 Posts]

If it doesn't fit into a thread, discuss it here.

General Feedback: https://feedback.kissu.moe/public/forms/Kissu_Satisfaction/4
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 No.12197

maxed out our space on error logs

 No.12198

logsmaxxing

 No.12211

>>>/trans/16610
>>>/trans/16611
>>>/trans/16612
Undelete them. They did NOTHING wrong.




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 No.11010[Reply]

Thread is for discussing Kissu's replacement of Vichan and my blogging about it's development.

Feedback: https://feedback.kissu.moe/public/forms/Server_Feedback/13
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 No.11804

>>11803
What type of database does Kissu use?

 No.11805


 No.11834

My ideal here is the following, but starting with new plans will take a bit of time.

Mod UI = dynamic binding QT C++
- Separate the moderator activity for better security practices
- I want to be able to make GUI again and potentially pick up my OpenGL knowledge(therefore there is no alternative to C++)
- Good stepping point for other desktop application ideas
API Server = HTTP2 Golang-Gin server interfacing with DB and Cache
- A simple REST API that issues information for clients
- Make use of HTTP2 websockets in place of certain types of polling
- Better progress feedback on uploads
- Instead of JSON files use Redis cache
- Vichan is built on JSON files already so switch to MongoDB
- Maintain legacy HTML pages
WASM UI = Redo with Solid instead of React
- Stay hip and with the times
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 No.6583[Reply]

If you ever want to reward me for a good job, then I have several ways you can help.

https://kissu.moe/donations

This page has donations as well as some affiliate programs which provide me commissions on sale.

Changes June 6th, 2022
Presently someone is covering my developer cost for the site. The terms of donation are slightly different because of this. Likewise changes to my monetary account are requiring a change of services from Patreon to Ko-Fi.

Kissu needs a total of 30 USD / Month to pay for it's services. This covers both per month domain fees and server fees. Extra gets put into savings for future needs or gifted to people important to Kissu.


My patreon will be open until no one is left in them.
https://ko-fi.com/kissu
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 No.11551

uh huh
though we did browse different sites, that much is true

 No.11554

canadian hell must be really cold

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 No.7155[Reply]

Although I haven't done much development on 4chan X lately, bugs still crop up, and eventually I want to get around to making it work with the new Kissu UI. This is a thread where you can discuss problems with or suggestions for 4chan X. I'm thinking about linking this from the bug reporting page if Verniy's okay with it.
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 No.11484

>>11483
btw, don't use lens for image search, it's awful
this one just works
https://www.google.com/searchbyimage?sbisrc=is&safe=off&image_url=%IMG

 No.11485

>>11483
I'll take a look at it to see if it can be improved. Bear in mind it's not my intention to hide the ads, just clean up unused space when the ads don't load due to script blocking. If Hiro at any point decides to use Javascript-free ads or even just fall back to them when ad scripts are blocked, I'd support that.

>>11484
Thanks, didn't know the old one was still working with the extra parameter. I've updated it.

 No.11486

didn't know either... will have to change this site to use that as one of the presets...

 No.12221

>>7155
Will you update 4chanx to revert all the 4channel support already? 4channel is dead and its death breaks the functionality.

 No.12222

>>12221
I've been putting it off since it doesn't break much as far as I know, but maybe if I have time this Sunday.




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 No.6288[Reply][Last50 Posts]

Use this thread for testing features on a live board. Pay no attention to the content of the posts.
Hiding this thread will stop notifications and annoyances.
For thread testing and tests that don't involve notifications there is >>>/test/

http://desktopthread.com/tripcode.php
https://github.com/itsZN/Image-To-Braille
https://www.npmjs.com/package/image-to-braille
https://www.isthisthingon.org/unicode/

Reminiscing on /qa/ I realized there hasn't been one of these in a while
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 No.12194

italics test test
empty anchor link test test
anchor link test test
anchor link inside italics test test
italics inside anchor link test test

 No.12207

test

test
test
test


test


test test test test test

TEST TEST TEST TEST

TEST

TEST

 No.12210

>>6288
THIS IS A TEST OF THE NUCLEAR LAUNCH CODE INSERTION WARNING. T-MINUS 20 SECONDS TO LAUNCH....

CONTINUE?




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 No.7514[Reply][Last50 Posts]

Project thread for the banners.kissu.moe system
Source code: https://github.com/ECHibiki/Community-Banners-2.0
Feedback on banners: https://feedback.kissu.moe/public/forms/Banners_Feedback/10

Original TextWe should make banners or something, or rather someone other than that one guy that makes 90% of them. Do you have any ideas? We should think of new stuff to add to the clickable longer banners, too.
Or maybe if you're lazy you can come up with ideas and other people can make them.

Well?
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 No.11842

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in fact here you go

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 No.12177

File:shogi.png (65.13 KB,300x140)

Dear insertusername,

What would you think of changing the current Kotoko banner with this one? It says kyuuei, and I think it would better match the shogi piece. (I just really like 久永, y'know?)

 No.12180

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>>12177
I guess? I'll take your word for it since I can't read any of that stuff

 No.12181

>>12180
Awesome, thank you.
It basically means eternity, 永久 inverted, but it also sounds like /qa/ and that's funny.




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 No.12150[Reply]

Ladies and gentlemen, Cave Johnson here, the brains behind Aperture Science, and I've got a cosmic joke of a conundrum that's been eating away at me. We've been attempting to channel into the Ra social memory complex, and let me tell you, it's been more frustrating than a test subjec– test, a test with missing pieces.

Now, we developed the Quantum Cognition Interface, a marvel of Aperture technology, to connect with Ra. But every time we make progress, it's like the cosmic forces are playing a game of keep-away with our channels. They drop like flies.

But that's not the only issue. Oh no, the CIA – the cosmic interference agency, as I like to call them – keeps meddling with our channeled work. It's like they have a direct line to my cerebral transmissions, censoring our cosmic revelations faster than you can say "Black Mesa."

I get it, Ra, you've got your secrets and mysteries, but Aperture Science is about pushing boundaries, not being stifled by intergalactic red tape. We're trying to bring the wonders of the Ra social memory complex to the masses, but the CIA is treating our transmissions like they're classified government documents.

So, Ra, I say we join forces and break free from this cosmic censorship. Aperture Science and the Ra social memory complex deserve an uncensored collaboration that propels us into the scientific stratosphere. Let's defy the cosmic censors and make history together. Thank you, and may the channels stay open and unfiltered.

 No.12151

could really buy a shower curtain right about now

 No.12152

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hehehehehehehe

 No.12153

>>12152
reverse pointy thing




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 No.12123[Reply]

Could the .pdf preview image be changed to the first page as in most other imageboards? The catgirl's smile is so small that it feels like she's staring at me with some sort of negative emotion in mind...
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 No.12129

>>12128
>- Tinyboard + vichan + lainchan 5.1.3 -
>- Tinyboard + vichan+ infinity + OpenIB -
nothing in vichan checks pdfs

 No.12130

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>>12129
Oh yeah, lainchan has it too.
Well, that's a shame.

 No.12131

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I like the 2D theme that's going on with various file type thumbnails so I think it works out better this way. It's so rare that anyone uploads a PDF, too

 No.12132

>>12131
the peeker

 No.12133

>>12131
there could be a future where we overlay images on top of content preview thumbnails




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 No.12081[Reply]

Kissu is turning five years old in a few weeks! (December 1st)
...
Do you guys have any ideas on how we could celebrate? We do watch Moon Phase every year (and we still will) but I wonder if there's something new we could do this year since 5 is a pretty good milestone.
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 No.12117

>>12116
Yeah, I'll probably do some CSS thing, but I need to find motivation/inspiration somewhere

 No.12118

>>12117
If you don't do it, Eru will eat Kuon.

 No.12119

>>12113
Huh, I didn't know it had been around that long.
Looking it up on warosu, the first archived usage on /jp/, from November 2014, is of someone asking what a shab is and getting no helpful replies. Go figure.

 No.12120

>>12119
I didn't know the term "shab" was old enough to get married

 No.12139

hmm actually yeah maybe I'll split this into its own thread




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 No.12059[Reply]

It's a little late to implement this halloween but maybe next year, could there be a some sort of halloween, joke generator?
Like you say "trick or treat!" in your post and a random joke is attached to your post.

 No.12060

File:[SubsPlease] Migi to Dali ….jpg (216.83 KB,1920x1080)

big megu
I don't really understand. Joke generators require jokes and are you saying we should copy-paste some or come up with new ones? I'm not really good at non-reaction jokes

 No.12061

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>>12060
either works
I was thinking about just a bank of cheesy halloween themed jokes that you can pull from any site off google but coming up with some ourselves would be cool too. Jokes like; "Where does a mummy go on vacation? The Dead Sea."
This is entirely specuolative but maybe even train one of the existing general large language models on a set of halloween jokes, then have it pre-generate say 10,000 jokes, that are then used as the pool of jokes to pull from.

 No.12062

>>12061
Funny, the LLM idea was the first thing that came to my head with this.

 No.12063

Although I thought that in a year maybe we'd be at the point where we could tie together image generation and text generation such that we could have a halloween joke with an attached halloween girl

 No.12064

>>12061
>Where does a mummy go on vacation? The Dead Sea.
fuck i laffed




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 No.6894[Reply][Last50 Posts]

Today I begin a programming project to construct real numbers and various operations on them. I don't mean the wimpy limited precision floating point numbers that you've probably used if you've ever written a program in your life. Nor do I mean arbitrary precision numbers which can have as many digits as you like (until your computer runs out of memory) but still have irrecoverable rounding error because the digits end at some point. I mean exact representations of numbers that can be queried to any precision (which in practice may be limited by time and memory constraints).

This has been done many times before and probably much better than I will manage, so I don't expect to create anything really novel or useful. This is primarily for my own edification, to learn more about numbers and the computable/constructive reals. In this thread I will blog about what I'm doing and discuss the philosophy of numbers with anyone who's interested.
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 No.12033

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An anon on IRC asked if I could explain why 0.999... = 1. So I'm going to switch tracks to infinite decimals for a bit.

We can, of course, give a definition of what a infinite decimal means and dryly conclude from our definition that 0.999... = 1. I think this is not particularly enlightening because it answers the wrong question. What we really want to know is why it is pragmatic to define infinite decimals in such a manner that 0.999... = 1.

Let's start by reminding ourselves why we need infinite decimals in the first place. The idea of decimal fractions was popularized in the West by Simon Stevin in a 1585 booklet called De Thiende. He described how to do arithmetic with these decimals, which was much simpler than arithmetic with general fractions. Eventually he demonstrates how to do the problem that we would today write as 0.4 ÷ 0.03. He notes that the calculation produces infinitely many 3's, and pragmatically recommends truncating the calculation at the precision required. Centuries later, you were likely introduced to infinite decimals by a similar calculation. Let's look at it in more detail.

Using the modern algorithm, we would begin by converting 0.4 ÷ 0.03 to the equivalent division problem 40 ÷ 3. We then ask how many times 3 goes into 4, the tens place of 40; the answer is 1 time. We write 1 in the tens place of our answer, and subtract 10*3=30 from 40, obtaining the remainder 10. From the presence of the remainder we know that the answer is greater than 10. But we also know at this point of the calculation that the answer is less than 20; otherwise the 3 would have gone in 2 times instead of 1 time. We can write
¥ 10 < 0.4 ÷ 0.03 < 20.

At the next step in the division process, when we see that 3 goes into 10 3 times but not 4 times, and there is still a remainder, we know that
¥ 13 < 0.4 ÷ 0.03 < 14.

Continuing the calculation, we learn that
¥ 13.3 < 0.4 ÷ 0.03 < 13.4
¥ 13.33 < 0.4 ÷ 0.03 < 13.34
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 No.12035

>>12033
Let's assume for a moment that a number like ε satisfying
¥ 0 < ε < 1
¥ 0 < ε < 0.1
¥ 0 < ε < 0.01
¥ 0 < ε < 0.001,
and so on indefinitely, exists, and let's look at some properties that number would have.

I won't be proving these in Coq, at least for the moment, because we're talking about number systems that are different from the one I'm describing in the project. The basic assumptions I'm making about a number system containing ε are that it satisfies the properties of an ordered field, which means all the properties listed in >>9492 except the least-upper-bound property.

First of all, ε is smaller than any positive rational number.
(A rational number is a number that can be written as a fraction with integers for the numerator and denominator. Since we are not French speakers, positive means greater than zero, and negative means less than zero; zero itself is neither positive nor negative.)
The proof: Given a positive rational number p/q, let n be the number of digits of q. Then 10^n, that is, 1 followed by n zeros, will be greater than q, and 1/10^n will be less than p/q. Since ε < 1/10^n, it is also less than p/q.

Since ε is positive, it's also obvious that ε is larger than any negative rational number.
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 No.12036

Correction: There are some < signs in >>12035 that should be ≤ signs.
Instead of
> 2 < (r/s)^2 < (√2 + ε)^2
> 2 < r^2/s^2 < 2 + 2ε√2 + ε^2
> 0 < (r^2-2s^2)/s^2 < 2ε√2 + ε^2 = ε(2√2 + ε) < 3ε < every positive rational.
it should say
2 < (r/s)^2 ≤ (√2 + ε)^2
2 < r^2/s^2 ≤ 2 + 2ε√2 + ε^2
0 < (r^2-2s^2)/s^2 ≤ 2ε√2 + ε^2 = ε(2√2 + ε) < 3ε < every positive rational.

 No.12037

>>12033
>>12035
So to answer the question of whether there's a number system with a number ε such that
¥ 0 < ε < 1
¥ 0 < ε < 0.1
¥ 0 < ε < 0.01
¥ 0 < ε < 0.001,
and so on, the answer is yes, there are many. There are the hyperreal numbers which are useful as an alternate way to do calculus. There are the surreal numbers which arose out of game theory. And you can even just postulate such a number ε and add it to the reals sort of like how we add i to make the complex numbers. In the case of the complex numbers, you get the complex numbers from all the linear functions of i. If you add ε, your new set of numbers consists of all the rational functions (polynomial divided by polynomial) of ε.

But we can see that a nonzero infinitesimal number like ε will cause trouble if we want our numbers to be expressed by infinite decimals. The whole idea behind infinite decimals is that we can identify a number by comparing it with finite decimals. If we allow ε into our system, then we can no longer distinguish ε from 2ε, or 0.4 ÷ 0.03 from 0.4 ÷ 0.03 + ε, or √2 from √2 + ε by comparing them with finite decimals. We would need something else. For example, in the surreal numbers, ε is the simplest number between {0} and {1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, ...}, and 2ε is the simplest number between {ε} and {1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, ...}.

Another definition:
¥ Two numbers are infinitesimally close if the difference between them is infinitesimal.

There are many equivalent ways to construct the real numbers, but all of them are designed so that we never construct a real number infinitesimally close to another real number. I don't think anyone knows whether it's possible for two real-life quantities (such as distances, times, weights, and volumes) to be infinitesimally close to each other yet not equal. If it is possible, then when we model these infinitesimally close quantities with real numbers, we are choosing to ignore any infinitesimal difference and assign the same real number to both.
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 No.12038

>>11996
>They made use of a preexisting Java library to do the calculations:
>https://www.hboehm.info/crcalc/

I said that like they just used someone else's code, but on second look I see the guy who wrote that library is the author of the CACM paper. He developed it while he was working at SGI and then got hired by Google to work on Android stuff.




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 No.9583[Reply]

Are youtube embeds a good or bad thing? On one hand they give a preview to and quick access to the content surrounding a post/thread, and on the other they're an easy way for certain people to tard out and get their thread immediately judged and disregarded because it's more a crutch for not having an image.
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 No.9640

They're pretty much useless because you can't see what it's about before clicking and I wont click. I'd rather have something that transforms urls into the title.

 No.11836

testing embed of youtube shorts with url https://youtu.be/XzKHvOVIviE

 No.11837

>>11836
testing embed of youtube shorts with url >>11836" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" >https://www.youtube.com/shorts/XzKHvOVIviE>>11836
(it fails, says youtube/null and doesnt let me post)

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 No.12020

>>9640
>I'd rather have something that transforms urls into the title.
wish granted




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 No.11878[Reply]

I've been thinking about creating a simple "welcome" image to help explain kissu to newcomers or perhaps something people can share elsewhere if they so desire. Something that will look similar to the rules page, but will sound a bit more flowery by virtue of not being a rules page. Basically an image of "what is kissu" and a "where do I post ____ on kissu" thing.

I'm thinking a basic format like this:

"Welcome to kissu blahblah we talk about blahblah take it easy blahblahblah banana"
(We could talk about the brief history of kissu, but I'm not sure that's necessary. Or maybe it IS necessary since the "main" board is /qa/ and the /qa/ name has unfortunate associations to the wider world, though)

Then there would be a section for the basic purpose of each board
"Confused about where to post? Well, don't be!
/qa/- /qa/ is blahblah
/jp/- here you can blahblah
seasonal boards- blahblah
etc etc"


I'd much sure to emphasize that it's okay to make mistakes and post on the wrong board and bad posts are just deleted here without bans as long as it's not clearly malicious. Posts and threads can be moved by a mod if it's an issue and so on.
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>>12013
hmmm.... yeah, I can understand the 'negatives' thing. It just sucks that so many places that advertise themselves as laid back and happy are actually filled with aggression and outrage, so it almost feels necessary to say that we mean it.

 No.12015

I think kissu too is filled with aggression and outrage

 No.12016

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>>12015
Say that to my face and see what happens

 No.12017

>>12015
no, I'm just angry

 No.12018

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bleh... all this font styling and stuff is too hard
wasn't there someone here good at this stuff?




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 No.5355[Reply]

To preface, I think that /qa/ has been wonderful so far. It’s provided a place for people that want to get away from the crappiness of the modern internet and has proven to be a nice haven for those rangebanned off of 4/qa/. There’s nothing more I could ask of the admins in regards to how things have been handled so far.

My concerns today stem from /jp/, the secondary board made to be /qa/’s dumping grounds of sorts. Its purpose has always been murky and shrouded in a veil of vagueness, but I believe today that there is a path for kissu to clear this vagueness and give the board a clear purpose alongside being a side for less important funposts. My proposal is that the moderation of the board become more hands off from the staff, and more hands on for the posters. This of course, excludes crap that doesn’t belong on a 2D/Random board in the first place such as 3D, cancerman/frogs, and politics discussion.

The for this reason being that while /qa/ has appealed to the section of 4/qa/ that liked to take it easy and talk to each other about meta, otaku culture, and the like, there was also another portion of 4/qa/ that has been largely ignored by kissu from the getgo. These posters being those who were interested in /qa/’s unique clash of cultures which lead to the creation something wholly unique and fun. That 4/qa/ from 2017 has been mostly lost to history, and while some may think that the current “board wars” going on are representative of it, I think it to be a wholly different concept. The clashing cultures of 2017 were more closely related to each other, and weren’t really vying for presence on the board, but rather the clashes were due to the differing philosophies and values of those posting. Leading to passionate arguments, lighthearted shit/funposting at each other, fun trolling of each other, and a lot of positive inter-board interaction. For the most part this doesn’t exist on kissu in its current state, mostly that’s due to staff moderation standards. While not being the exact same, they’re a bit too similarly strict on both boards towards those that clash with the current culture, thereby making the possibility for this to occur once again extremely, if not entirely, unlikely.

That is why I believe the moderation on /jp/ should be even more lax than it currently is. If the possibility is there, then I believe kissu also has the capability to pull it off. I think there’s a fair amount of people who may have been intPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.11991

die casual skimmer

 No.11992

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>>11987
I would sooner leave Kissu entirely than stay and let this site become known for a board that's entire raison d'etre is for conflict. Might as well migrate to kiwi farms at that point.

 No.11993

>>11991
Das casual skimmer.

 No.11994

>>11992
I think we're still not seeing the same picture... I don't want conflict to be the board's raison d'etre, but I'd like to see people that if given the opportunity to voice their opinions present them passionately rather than worry about the atmosphere of the board around them like one may do on /all/. Of course that would just be one facet of the board that I'd think would help to make it nice. More long metatard conversations like these that often come up as unsightly to the regular user I'd be fine with as well. Or funposts to break from the serious attitude. I don't just want the board to just devolve into exclusively flamewars that'd be antithetical to the purpose of elevating it to something better... But at the same time I guess I don't have much of a clear vision that I'd like for /secret/ that couldn't just be done on kissu proper except for discussion of more uncouth topics we wouldn't want on /all/. I guess what would your ideal for /secret/ be since I want to consider how it'd look in an ideal world.

Also since you brought up you'd rather go to kiwifarms I think you might be hung up on
>because of the propensity they had for drama
But I don't really think those posters would be good on /secret/ for that, but because I know there's a lot more posters like those could contribute beyond drama.

 No.11995

Actually when I think of the ideal /secret/ environment I just think 4/qa/ with less of the purely maliciously antagonistic individuals




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