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 No.3486[Reply]

The future is now, anon. AI, robotics, and material science have reached a point where robowaifus are now in the realm of possibility. We need anons with skills of all kinds: artists, scientists, engineers, programmers, makers, writefags and more are all needed to bring our robotic wives into reality. Come and join our multidisciplinary team of robowaifus technicians and be a part of a better tomorrow.
Join us at julay.world/robowaifu
We would also like to invite this site's administrators to post and network in our embassy thread.
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 No.3501

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I wouldn't judge one of those small boards by the big ones, although you guys are at risk of anything affecting the rest of that site.
It's just a negative atmosphere and I don't think productive things come from those. The opening sentence of the welcome sticky is displeasure towards women and feminism and not a love towards robotics or a passion towards creation. You get one chance at a first impression and it was used towards something you dislike instead of something you do like.
The recruitment sticky lists "MGTOW" and "Incels" first in order of importance above the monster girl/furry/mlp fandoms who have tons of experience doing creative things and tech people that actually know technology. Maybe I got the wrong impression and this is just an r9k board? I'm kind of worried which box outside people see kissu in now...

So much hatred around these days and today's internet people are using something cool that I like and turning it into the 503,197,323rd conflict zone in the Great Internet Culture Wars.

 No.3503

>>3501
I am the one that made the recruitment list. I listed them off with what groups came to mind first. I asked myself "who would want a robowaifu" and those are the groups that came to mind.

 No.3504

>>3503
I guess that part is understandable. Good luck!

 No.3513

>although you guys are at risk of anything affecting the rest of that site.
That didn't take long...

 No.3705

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If what you got out of it was that there needs to be robot sex slaves I think Clamp would be dissapointed.




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 No.3325[Reply]

Always seem to come off overly antagonistic or criticizing in my posts, how to fix this issue
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 No.3491

>>3488
Nice, you're learning to speak like a vermin.

 No.3492

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>>3491
Deep down, don't we all have a little bit of vermin in us

 No.3495

delete files
stop downloading

 No.3509

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Kissmin is trying his best no bully.

 No.3510

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>>3509
>Kissmin is trying his best




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 No.3480[Reply]

ashdyaewgdaisd
>>>/jp/817
That is to say, I do not think the current space for images in /jp/ is optimal for >>3415 .
Naturally, people will use images to express themselves, or because it's fun, or for whatever reason. That's the norm in imageboards and there's no basis to believe people will behave differently if able to post images in /jp/, whichever the set limit.
I believe the linked thread shows an instance where lowering the max amount of image replies was/would be harmful to the creativity V seeks, that the mindset of treating image replies as precious is not there and that there's no reason for it to be there. Withholding usual image replies for the sake of this rarer funpost is not a good bet, and people will continue to do what's statistically more fun (this is a very awkward line). So lowering or increasing the maximum amount of image replies relative to the population is not conductive to a different dynamic, it will either be as in /qa/ but gimped, or it will be no different in practice except for the lack of image dumping. In my experience, I've seen less emoticons and text art in /jp/ since image replies were enabled, that's something I think can be lost because of images filling their role.

I think the options /jp/ has for a dynamic different from /qa/'s are to either restrict image posting to the OP or permit each poster a certain amount of images per thread (at this point, I'd say just one) instead of limiting everyone based on the thread's total images. The latter might probably also amount to a dynamic identical to /qa/, so I'm not sure about it.

Disregard this post at will, it is silly.



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 No.3479[Reply]

supposedly it takes ~14 weeks to make a website
https://www.billerickson.net/how-long-does-it-take-to-build-a-website/

This is roughly in line with what I planned and the ratios almost identical.

Just some interesting info. I don't know much about this.



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 No.3436[Reply]

Wish nodejs had pointers....
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 No.3464

If you want the cache to do you any good, it's probably a good idea to minimize the number of options that can affect the HTML of a post.

 No.3465

>>3464
yeah, only the necessary settings are put into a cookie for rendering. I dropped a few things that I didn't think were worthwhile. The 3 cache specific variables of server rendering are embedding thumbnail vs standard embed, Reverse image included or not and post stub, missing(not included) or full post. Even then I could take out the reverse image cookie and put that in localstore. A 200mb cache can hold a lot of 1kb posts.

The other big thing is the sorting type, but posts are cached so it's just a matter of working out client and server to be consistent.

Default mode will be where posts are added as you scroll(infinite scrolling) either in the index or inside of a thread so the server won't die when it hits a 1000 post load that it may or may not have fully cached. A page won't be completely loaded unless a GET flag is set or the user sets the option to be given paged mode. The concept of pages could potentially just vanish unless an archive requests it.

 No.3466

and an update system is going to be another component so the main server can notify the SSR server that it needs to either adjust contents according to the given message. So things like the WiP score counter, ban messages and edits are accounted for so that the server can stay up to date with that,

 No.3467

>>3465
If I were expecting someone to take it to the level of a complete noscript system then someone could potentially cache it all. Every component and build it themselves.

I'd also like people to maybe prefer using a desktop application for kissu(https://www.electronjs.org/) or mobile app(https://reactnative.dev/).

So the server side rendering is only one piece of my plan here and things can be done through direct HTTP server messages.

 No.3476

wish I was a tech wiz




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 No.3218[Reply]

This is a summary of alterations.

- Index monitor script will work with /all/ in the same way it works with other boards
- Ability to post new threads from /all/ after specifying the target board

This will allow you to treat kissu like a single board site while also categorizing your threads into separate boards. This is kind of like the tag system on flash boards applied to conventional threads. As a result so called misstaggings might result in and require the establishment of some basic guidelines for board use that can clarify when a thread will be moved or not.

In the future the current kissu home page will have it's fake overboard functionality removed and act as a "hybrid booru+4chan style homepage" showing popular threads and standard vichan search feature(kissu.moe/search.php) in a booru layout. No quick post sumary but hovering over popular threads will show the last 5 posts, maybe like in "4chanx catalog" or maybe the "current kissu home page reply list". So adjustments to this may be important to you.

If there's anything else you would like to see added to /all/ then go for it.
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 No.3384

>>3382
to avoid stealing terminology from 4chanx because that would make it seem unauthentic. Though I forget what 4chanX calls it

 No.3385

>>3384
I don't think it's bad to take from an idea and keep the name as a reference to where your influence came from. Also "Live" kinda conflicts with the already existing "Live" used for liveboards

 No.3386

>>3385
it is bad because even if I were to want to not seem like it's not copying the idea, the word infinite makes me think of 8ch

 No.3387

>>3386
I'll leave the naming for later.
in any case, I have the idea for a summary window now on pc and moba. Tablet resolution I don't know if I want to consider it yet...

 No.3468

>>3384
Infinite scrolling is hardly a term unique to 4chan X.

>>3385
Yeah, "live" makes me think it's going to be adding posts in real time.

>>3386
"Continuous scrolling" is an alternate name, although it can be confused with smooth scrolling.




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 No.3419[Reply]

I tried to change the date format with 4chanX but it only works from the 26th post in the page on onward. Pic is from /all/, also happens on individual board and inside threads. How to fix or otherwise change date format?

 No.3420

probably a weird interaction, it doesn't work at all on my machine

 No.3434

It's a race condition between the time localization and formatting from 4chan X and the native time localization.




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 No.3284[Reply]

Kissu's monthly stats are more spread out and lower in part by the April slump
/qa/ 3884
/jp/ 623
/b/ 438
/megu/ 185
/poll/ 70
= 5200
About 1k loss, however viewership of kissu has been at a level highly above average the past few days so this is good news to me, albeit our unique IPs are harder to raise. I've yet to plot this out, might do this.

May the fourth be with you
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 No.3424

True, I need to find something else to do than look at post numbers...

 No.3425

>>3424
Just do weekly and it's fine. I think that looking at posts per day or hour is something that you do later.
Really I would just rather you made posts people like rather than chase after a number.

Being brash because I think it's a misguided way to make energy. Welcome to prove me wrong.

 No.3426

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>>3425
Well that's not an issue as I don't chase after numbers, but counting the posts is just something I do on the side.

 No.3427

>>3426
I'm worried of people misreading the intentions behind it and creating a culture based around speed rather than posts. Kissu can't handle the same level of people as some others without needing to spend more on server costs or optimize software. It's better to think in terms of quality because it cuts costs.

 No.3428

>>3427
Hm guess you've got a point there. Wouldn't want to encourage that behavior




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 No.3340[Reply]

 No.10021

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