thank you for replying more seriously
All in all I'm not really expecting you to do anything specific based on what I said aside from separating the concept of anonymity from politics, if you even do that. Most of what I said was just my thoughts on the matter of how anonymity on spinoffs may be perceived by newer posters, and how that may affect whether they decide to post or not. So in a way, it was something I'd rather you just keep in mind in case you figure out a way to act on it somehow since you do seem intent on growing kissu. And to those ends I think that allowing visitors to feel as though what they post will not come under scrutiny of moderation based on who they are, but rather that any scrutiny that befalls them will be by the community based on the content of their post, will allow you more easily to accomplish that goal. Not to say that growth is your primary focus, but it is nice, isn't it?
Aside from that I think you're doing a pretty good job, and seeing how /jp/ has turned out so far is making me reconsider a bit of what I've said before in this thread. So I think however you want to approach what I brought up in this post would be nice (though probably you should still discuss whatever you come up with, if anything, with people here or on /b/, since your initial ideas tend to be a bit radical at first)
it's turning out to be decent because of that. I wouldn't have thought of trying to imitate a text board without some issues being brought up beforehand.
forces people to make new threads more often and gives the OP more power over the replies(drives things to be more on topic). Allowing other boards to be regular means that /qa/ won't be effected and /jp/ can enhance what already exists
in theory anyways. The software's not tuned very well for this.