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File:Sachiko Happenings Thread ….png (597.51 KB,900x735)

 No.4165[Last50 Posts]

Post interesting or unusual stuff concerning imageboards, textboards or related stuff here. This thread is for a more centralized place of limited discussion, but please feel free to make new threads if you want something more thoroughly discussed.
Imageboard Happening Archives

This thread is cyclical with old replies removed as new posts are made.
Last Archived: June 29th, 2022

 No.88627

that guy is retiring from heyuri after two years. Kayuga, a turkish mod who's been working with him for a while is taking over, same as what happened with gurochan
https://www.heyuri.net/
https://img.heyuri.net/q/koko.php?res=61211
https://img.heyuri.net/q/koko.php?res=61219

 No.88650

>>88607
wow that thread sure brought out all the gremlins of yesteryear

 No.88664

>>88627
is there a summary of his deal?

 No.88666

>>88627
kaguya*

 No.88667

>>88664
What do you mean? A summery of Kaguya'a deal? He's a fairly high ranking Kolyma employee who joined in 2020 and has been doing most of the moderation and public relations on Heyuri for a while now while that guy has been more absent (ironically similar to how that guy was more active and recognised then lolico back when he was in charge). He also recently launched this site - https://nihongoch.net/

 No.88668

>>88667
>He's a fairly high ranking Kolyma employee who joined in 2020
not to be rude but using this terminology for fucking imageboard moderation is so gay

 No.88669

>>88668
Kolyma is a whole company, according to their site Kaguya is a member of the "central comitee" or some shit. I assumed that means his job goes beyond moderating imageboards so i called him that.

 No.88673


 No.88676

8chan.moe finally banned the posting of images of minors in sexual contexts (think of the "subtle" pedo OP in 4chan's /tv/ if you have seen them before, with images and videos of little girls in bathing suits and commentaries about how "cute" they look). Most of the users who frequented these pedo threads immediately attempted to seek asylum in Kohlchan /int/'s own pedo threads, but were banned for being too obnoxious even for Kohlchan's standards.
Change in 8chan's global rules:
https://8chan.moe/site/res/4481.html#4483
Posts mocking the pedos for their failed migration to Kohlchan (posting them and not the Kohlchan threads because these have borderline pics):
https://8chan.moe/v/res/25719.html#587415
https://8chan.moe/v/res/25719.html#587423

 No.88683

>>88676
thought this was the only reason to be using 8moe

 No.88736

File:b4k.png (345.92 KB,919x1766)

the /cumg/ extension anons from /g/ are having a minor fight with the b4k archive admin
cap from b4k /meta/ thread that got deleted
they continued to argue here https://2chen.moe/tech/1353679#p1366318

 No.88737

>>88736
I love observing pointless internet fights like this.

 No.88739

>>88736
Truly the quality petty squabble you'd only see from tech autists

 No.88748

>>88676
I'm honestly surprised anyone was still hosting them. Was this in response to a legal threat?

>>88736
Another day, another reason to hate the inhabitants of /g/.
Why does this thing scrape archives? Isn't it for active 4chan threads?

 No.88751

>>88748
>Was this in response to a legal threat?
I don't know if a third party is involved, only that the hosting company contacted the admins because the pedo general and other similar threads were becoming a problem for them:
https://8chan.moe/v/res/586930.html#587440
https://8chan.moe/v/res/586930.html#587473

 No.88754

>>88751
>the pedo general and other similar threads
what the fuck

 No.88773

>>88736
now they're fighting again in the thread because the b4k admin added a script to try and ddos the cumg git

 No.88774

>>88773
cyberpunk dystopia.

 No.88776

>>88774
Nah, geeks have fought like this since the dawn of the internet, this is nothing new or dystopian

 No.88779

>>88776
Sigh... I was being sarcastic...

 No.88791

>>88779
DO NOT sigh

 No.88934

Isn't raping the archives bandwidth a bad idea?

 No.88938

>>88934
what are you referencing?

 No.88962

>>88934
rape is a really good idea

 No.89504

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Some guy(s) leaked Duke Nukem Forever stuff on 4chan /v/. It's been a while since I followed that stuff, but it's a very infamous case of vaporware from 20 years ago. Supposedly they'll release it in June, but obviously empty promises and lies are the default for threads like this so it wouldn't hurt to remain skeptical.
https://boards.4channel.org/v/thread/598358716 (https://arch.b4k.co/v/thread/598358716)
https://duke4.net/duke-nukem-forever-2001-content-4chan-leak/

I tried to save the page on wayback machine but it threw me an error. If anyone else wants to capture it you can try.

 No.89506

>>89504
didn't this get released already like several years ago

 No.89509

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>>89504
they already leaked it. https://boards.4channel.org/v/thread/598471840
also there was a pic of Rei in the files
>>89506
that guy leaked an old build from 2001. the 2011 version that was released is a completely different game.

 No.89511


 No.89512

>>89504
Duke Nukem Taking Forever

 No.89513

>>89511
never heard about this site before

 No.89528

>>89522
Links to Phichan and Nanochan's clone?

 No.89530

File:75570459_p0.png (582.25 KB,1500x1500)

>>89529
Thanks. Have a small Link.

 No.89555

>>89522
http://z5lcip4dafatwwa6hvyibizpzwycvwp67cjga3hzjhxhwvuyaqavxnid.onion/All/
http://l7jqnz3yfe2wtwietafoieadmgqbu7dcmzmey63ktbjtxal3he4a.b32.i2p/All/
is still open to nano refugees if anyone's left.

 No.89556

>>89522
>who came out about their sexual attraction to the users
Thats a first.

 No.89570

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Crypto is crashing and burning, and /biz/ is on fire as it usually is during these times.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terra-luna/

 No.89572

>>89570
big crash

 No.89579

>>89572
now's the time to buy

 No.89647

Hiro should remove /pol/ for causing yet another mass shooting

 No.89648

>>89647
From what I've read he's 18, has the requisite manifesto which praised 4chan as his source of education and livestreamed the shooting (I heard twitch)
It goes without saying, but don't post any of it here.

 No.89650

>>89647
>>89648
The manifesto also namedrops 8chan.moe, stating that he (more like one of the members of the Discord server he was part of) would leave a post there and another in 4chan, probably with the purpose to frame both sites.

 No.89661

>>89647
should but won't

 No.89662

a newfag, redditor, and /pol/tard writes over 100 pages of garbage to terrorize people just going to the supermarket.

 No.89664

>>89647
I don't think hiro is even aware of it...

 No.89665

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>>89664
I wonder if the other staff members are hiding things from him. It's obvious that he doesn't browse 4chan on a day to day basis, so it wouldn't be too surprising if the de facto admin or whoever only gives him sugar-coated info regarding the site.

 No.89669

Highly doubt they would have to try hard to hide anything from him, or if they would need to bother being subtle to begin with.
Dude just likes talking on streams and sipping French booze.

 No.90015

another 4chan archive bites the dust
https://archive.wakarimasen.moe/

 No.90019

>>90015
It was reported to Cloudflare for malware links.

 No.90021

>>90015
aaaaa why sometimes i check /biz/ on that one
now i have to go back to using poopy old warosu

 No.90023

Journalists continue to use the recent shooting turn 4chan into the new 8chan aka their personal boogeyman and the "embodiment" of radical hate speech.

>FROM 4-CHAN TO THE CAPITOL: A text-as-data analysis of QAnon
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/591bc763be6594a480f168b9/t/6265d4014594801ed4eababf/1650840592967/emo2136_FinalPaper.pdf

>PRIVACY AND TRANSPARENCY IN THE 4th SPACE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSPIRACY THEORIES
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daniel-Hardegger-2/publication/360589530_PRIVACY_AND_TRANSPARENCY_IN_THE_4th_SPACE_IMPLICATIONS_FOR_CONSPIRACY_THEORIES/links/627f93cb4f1d90417d6b5cc3/PRIVACY-AND-TRANSPARENCY-IN-THE-4th-SPACE-IMPLICATIONS-FOR-CONSPIRACY-THEORIES.pdf

Also the governor of New York signed an executive order that will create a new unit dedicated to fighting "domestic terrorism", which along with other things will monitor social media in search for online extremism.
https://www.governor.ny.gov/executive-order/no-18-preventing-and-responding-domestic-terrorism

 No.90024

>>90023
>Also the governor of New York signed an executive order that will create a new unit dedicated to fighting "domestic terrorism", which along with other things will monitor social media in search for online extremism.
How is this any different than what the NSA already does?

 No.90057


 No.90059

>>90023
Its hilarious how you can get journalists to believe anything if you write a manifesto and do a major crime

 No.90060

>>90059
it's far less than that
i remember someone on /pol/ convinced a journalist that he's going to ukraine to fight russians and all it took is a made-up story and a few twitter dms (it was published too)

 No.90063

>>90059
>>90060
I don't like when people refer to journalists as if they're this collective hivemind. Journalism is a profession, and there's different levels of professionalism within that profession.

 No.90085

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there's a weedle sticked on /v/ because reasons

 No.90200

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HxH's author made a twitter today and announced 4 new chapters for the manga. Now there's a sticky on /a/ for it that I don't recommend going to.

https://boards.4channel.org/a/thread/238084630

 No.90202

>>90200
Wow that thread is awful.

 No.90203

File:1652400333484.png (739.92 KB,702x634)

>>90202
That's modern /a/ for you. I wouldn't recommend going there for anything besides some manga threads (but not battle shonen manga like HxH).

 No.90204

File:1440019806522.jpg (119.62 KB,692x659)

>>90202
Welcome to /a/ - Battle Shounen & Manhwa

 No.90234

File:loud n proud.png (308.39 KB,1364x373)

there was a 3DPD vagoo on /vp/ for almost 3 hours with a ridiculous amount of posts and finally one hero had enough and invoked the spirits of old /qa/ within himself
and i thought that was justice so i wanted to share

 No.90235

>>90202
It's full of teens.

 No.90242

>>90203
where do you go for manga then

 No.90243

>>90242
Mangadex comments

 No.90244


 No.90247

https://www.kolyma.net/
https://archive.is/4AEg1
>Из-за санкций мы временно закрыты.
>Because of sanctions we are closed temporarily.

 No.90256

>>90247
real suka blyat moment

 No.90360

File:4chan and good smile.PNG (24.13 KB,449x173)

https://archive.ph/oCRnR
When is kissu going to get investment from a Japanese toy company? The kissu girls could get there own line of figmas.

 No.90366

>>90360
90% off-topic ranting about lolicons and political stuff, 5% speculation, and 5% actual information. Web journalism is such a joke.

 No.90369

>>90360
This will be less eventful than the vtuber thing.
I dont even know why hiro bought it.

 No.90370

>>90366
You think web journalism's bad? You should see the epic win comics in the Guardian

 No.90371

>>90366
yeah the only interesting part of the article is the snippet i posted

 No.90374

>>90366
It's political stuff, yeah, but 4chan is a political entity. The genie's not going back in the bottle so this is how the world will report on it.
I think the majority of this was already reported on a year or two ago. The Good Smile thing, at least. It was some employee lawsuit thing that went back and forth and it resulted in some stuff getting leaked.
I have to say, though, it's entertaining that they think people with anime figures are the 4chan demographic while at the same time listing all the political activism. I think they were looking for a connection that wasn't there- a figurine company must be using 4chan to sell figures.

 No.90377

>>90366
>>90374
An article about 4chan is going to be political because the political side of things is the only relevant one to your average joe. It's easy to forget if you're completely immersed in imageboard culture, but to the general public, very little of what we do actually means anything.

 No.90418

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Hispachan, one of the oldest non-English imageboards, announced its closure in two days after deleting one of its regional boards (/mx/ - Mexico):
https://www.hispachan.org/b/res/220203.html - https://archive.is/3sTpE
https://www.hispachan.org/b/res/220921.html - https://archive.is/QEecY
https://nitter.net/Hispachan/status/1530782914585038849
https://www.twitch.tv/janip4 (stream where one of the admins made the announcement, he's still streaming at the moment of posting this).

 No.90419

>>90418
I REALLY wish it was 4shit instead.

Also, reason for the closure?

 No.90420

>>90419
Lack of money (I heard something about the site costing $1000 per month) and people willing to use their real name and personal data to pay the bills.
/mx/ was closed first because the admin hated it for being a /tv/-tier cesspit full of retards who kept breaking the rules in purpose all the time while complaining about being banned for it.

 No.90421

>>90420
I see. Hiro also mentioned having the site having financial problems before, which is why he had to resort to the malware ads, self-serve ads and other stuff. I really hope he closes it sometime in the future as well once he runs out of options for financing it.

 No.90422

>>90421
>Hiro also mentioned having the site having financial problems before
I'm pretty sure everyone agreed that was BS. moot pretty publicly stated before the handover that 4chan was in good financial standing was finally turning a profit, and that was just with J-List as the sole advertiser and pass sales. Some time later afterwards, Hiro tried to release information about what the hosting costs were, but some people on /g/ and /qa/ were saying that 4chan's operational costs would have been way higher than the rates for just about any hosting provider, which wouldn't make sense.

 No.90423

>>90422
It's different now. /pol/'s explosion in popularity shoo'd away most advertisers, including J-List.

 No.90424

>>90423
4chan has self-served ads that shady porn sites and crypto scammers keep buying, and since most phone users are too stupid to block them (there were complaints about pop-up videos appearing in the mobile version and making it harder to use) adbucks won't be a problem for now.

 No.90597

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24 hours until Hispachan closes after being active for almost 10 years. There's a farewell note on their blog: https://www.hispachan.org/blog/#/fin - https://archive.is/dmQSd

Bunkers are already being set up elsewhere, with https://8chan.moe/ (Hispachan's admin personally recommended it: https://www.hispachan.org/m/res/112391.html#112538 - https://archive.is/1r1kK ) and https://krautchan.rip/ (Krautchan spin-off/successor, they created a bunker board at /hs/ for them) being the most active at the moment. Mostrochan, on the other hand, has made it clear that Hispachan refugees are not welcome there: https://mostrochan.org/l/res/109268.html

 No.90599

File:confused osaka.png (523.33 KB,1022x766)

>>90597
>after being active for almost 10 years
That's odd. I swear it was older than that. What's the oldest Spanish speaking imageboard?

 No.90601

>>90420
1000$ huh...

 No.90602

File:A6BD2795-C843-4823-B69E-68….png (127.42 KB,538x344)

wow, can't tell if Hispachan is that cancer or if this guy is that elitist

 No.90644

>>90599
>That's odd. I swear it was older than that
Hispachan was created in 2012, and was down for some months in 2018.

>>90602
Both. That guy's site isn't much better.

 No.90762

>>90602
I've been there a couple of times, all country boards were terrible.
The rest of boards were uninteresting to me but had better posters.

 No.90833


 No.90863

File:kronk-smug-57d788f589064.jpeg (17.87 KB,850x477)

>zzzchan /2hu/ removed captcha
>board got shittier with pornposting and one guy blogging
>asked to bring captcha back and granted
>he immediately called it a dead board

Heheh

 No.90866

>>90863
Who are you quoting?

 No.90990

does 4chan have a built in webm player now? looking through the kunoichi thread in bed before I sleep and I can play the files without using a separate app

 No.90992

>>90990
no, it must be your browser

 No.91032

>>90990
I believe there was something added to the extension code specifically so iPhone/Safari lurkers can view and play webms.

 No.91033

>>90990
idk some anon from /g/ talk about it. i just know that iPhone cant run webm until now, that's lame.

 No.91034

File:1112154652.png (850.67 KB,1671x808)

I see, it took my page an extra 10 seconds to load and looks like trash

 No.91037

Unrelated, but since when SauceNAO has a limit of 50 searches per IP per day? I use it every day and only saw the limit yesterday.

>>90990
>>91032
According to https://boards.4channel.org/g/thread/87227268#p87231210 they added a JS library that converts .webm files to something Safari can play: https://github.com/hajimehoshi/ogvjs

 No.91038

>>91037
i thought webm was quite well supported on rotten apples
https://caniuse.com/webm

 No.91039

>>91037
>SauceNAO has a limit of 50 searches per IP per day?
Has to be a new addition, I've done more than 50 searches with the same IP in the past, even within this month.

 No.91040

>>91038
It supports webm, but only for WebRTC (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebRTC). Regular videos aren't supported yet.

 No.91041

>>91038
damn, I missed out on aBad Apple joke

 No.91049

/lgbt/ got flags now

 No.91050

for what purpose?

 No.91052

>>91037
it only took like what 5 years?

 No.91053

Everyone's favourite battle shounen board is having another sticky. This time because Berserk is apparently coming back.
https://boards.4channel.org/a/thread/238644118

 No.91054

>>91050
Celebrating pride month™.
The dev should merge /lgbt/, /pol/ and /mlp/'s flags into a single pool and let people pick up to 3 of them for the next April fools, then implement a mechanic with them.

 No.91063

>>91049
It's not like it matters, 99% of the userbase is mtf trans and the rest are in their barely used generals
>>91054
Man, it feels like everything has a month now that only exists in commercials

 No.91065


 No.91101

>>91037
you just know this is only because swaglord and some of the others are exclusive iOS users tired of missing out

 No.91210

>>88667
>>88627
Imagine what Heyuri could be if K*z never took over...

 No.91220

File:22chan.jpg (303.4 KB,1600x1397)

Another dead chan. No idea when it closed but it was alive a month ago. Are imageboards dying? What can we do about it? I'm starting to get really anxious and sad about the death of imageboards.
R.I.P. 22Chan.

 No.91221

boards like that die and get resurrected or have their userbase drift off like nomads all the time; it always has been that way.
Go to that overchan site and click through the links.

 No.91222

>>91220
Imageboards come and go all the time, it used to be even more frequent back in the day.
https://4-ch.net/hades/kareha.pl/1644217811/l50

4chon from back when /new/ on 4chan died long ago. Lasted for years, disappeared for years, and then some new clone came back with a different userbase and same name claiming to be a continuation. Life is fleeting and so are imageboards. I don't think we have anything to fear for decades to come. Textboards fell off the planet when imageboards rose and took their place, but I don't think anything is going to replace the imageboard feel on computers. Videos aren't "the next step" either since we've had that capability for decades and they never grew since most imageboards users would rather not watch short videos all day long and prefer talking to each other over text and attaching relevant files like images and videos.

 No.91232

>>91220
Don't think imageboards as a format will die anytime soon since they occupy a niche in the "social media ecosystem" of being mostly anonymous and not having to make an account to use them. And thanks to the cultural pull of 4chan, new people will be brought into the imageboard ecosystem even it's something like only 1 person per 10000 new 4chan users. 1 active user is more than enough to help sustain a small imageboard.

 No.91236

>>91220
>Are imageboards dying?
Yes, just like forums. Since centralized platforms like Reddit, Twitter and Discord became more prominent, most communities lost the need to host their own forum/imageboard in order to talk about the things they like since they can simply create a subreddit/Discord server with 2 clicks.

Also I never liked 22chan. It always felt like a straight up clone of 4chan with extra rules on top and nothing original.

 No.91244

>>91236
people really don't care that much about being anon

 No.91245

>>91220
Imageboards never die, they just split and merge.

>>91236
People say that, but I think it's just a bunch of doom and gloom nonsense.

You can't really centralize imageboards the way Discord centralized chatrooms or Reddit centralized forums. I mean you can, that's basically what 8ch was, but they don't really benefit from it (from a casual user perspective) the same way forums or chatrooms do.

Being anonymous also means they occupy a slightly different niche from the likes of reddit and discord, making it impossible for those sites to ever fully eat them.

 No.91265

>>91236
There's another imageboard that is fairly similar to that one called 3chan.co.
They have a habit of copying the 4chan design and wanting it to be "4chan but not 4chan" instead of something more unique.

>>91245
Centralizing imageboards suffers from "the 4chan problem" of boards invading each other and being obnoxious for quick attention. There are many sites that allow for board creation, but you end up being constantly invaded by the main biggest community on the site and those community members will try to transform or control your community which makes it harder to grow a niche. There are a couple that manage to do it though, but they're usually extremely niche in hobbies already so bigger communities just stay away because it bores them and they can't get their dopamine fix.

>>91244
Wrong.

 No.91277

https://gitgud.io/numewch/mewch-2-0
Looks like Mewch is returning maybe soon? This time they're running their own Meguca fork it seems

 No.91294

https://boards.4channel.org/a/thread/238866467
fun with digits in a kunoichi tsubaki thread

 No.91295

>>91245
Sometime I wonder if it's not imageboards that have been dying off, but the rest of the internet that's just exploded in size.

 No.91316

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>>91295
It's very noticeable on the media/hobby boards like /a/, /co/, /mu/, /ck/, etc. They are all declining in activity. The only ones that are growing are /pol/ and /tv/ because of modern 4teen outrage culture. /v/ isn't growing but is stable because of that, otherwise it would be declining as well.

 No.91317

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>>91316
Also, /b/'s stats are just sad. To think it was so active and the center of the site's culture when I actually started using the site.

 No.91318

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>>91317
/g/ is also dying hard.

 No.91319

Doesn't look like "hard" but it's not thriving with it's cultural setup.

 No.91320

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>>91316
Something to keep in mind is that media/hobbies also have their own ups and down, and if you look at the more popular ones then a similar trend can be seen.

 No.91321

>>91320
Forgot to mention that's /vt/

 No.91325

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>>91320
>media/hobbies also have their own ups and down
That's always one of the most interesting things for me about these stats. For example, /a/ has clear bumps around the end of every season and the beginning of the next, big peaks for New Years r/a/dio, and longer boosts from crossboarders who only show up around big happenings (like the KyoAni arson, or last year's SnK/Eva/Miura triple whammy). There was also a clear increase in traffic when Covid lockdowns and work-from-home started, even though the seasonal lineup was very sparse, and that reflected in the quality of posts. A lot more "ennuiposting", for lack of a better word.

If we take those peaks due to external events into account (what happened on /a/ around 2013? tripfag spam?), traffic actually looks pretty stable over the long term. Maybe something similar holds for many other hobby boards.

 No.91326

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>>91325
>what happened on /a/ around 2013? tripfag spam?
Take a look at the events that happened and the shows that aired in that year here and you'll get a hint: >>89591 >>89617 But just compare 2014 /a/ with current /a/ instead since it didn't really have anything as interesting going on. It's clear there's a decline in activity. It has been dying since N/a/ruto but with some odd bumps here and there.

 No.91328

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>>91320
>>91321
Streamers cannot be considered media/hobby though.

 No.91329

>>91222
>Textboards fell off the planet when imageboards rose and took their place, but I don't think anything is going to replace the imageboard feel on computers

Textboards have kind of had a revival recently, although the userbase is a lot different than the typical imageboard crowd, it seems like it skews a lot older and technical.

 No.91330

File:[Judas] Jashin-chan Dropki….jpg (276.98 KB,1920x1080)

>>91326
I get really sad when I talk about this by the way. I wish I could go back to 2011. 2007, 2008 and 2009 were turbulent, but 2010 is when things calmed down and 2011 had a lot of memorable shows, events and memes. I can see why that year is remembered fondly by /v/.

 No.91331

>>91326
Damn, that was a stacked year, plus the N/a/ruto fiasco on top of that. That explains a lot. There's a huge gap in my memory of /a/ around that time because I got too busy with college to keep up with seasonals. I just remember coming back there in 2017 and thinking "What the hell happened?"

 No.91332

>>91316
To be fair, there's a tribe of /tv/ that is total outrage culture but it sometimes gets so ridiculous that it veers into /s4s/ territory. I don't think it's comparable to /pol/ at all.
>>91318
I blame a lot of the console tourists going back and Libera Chat took a lot of the FOSS chatter.
>>91331
I held on until DitF which was 2019? Justifying it by saying "It's better than the rest of 4chan", simply because the anime only rule shielded it from much of the cancer, but after it started having "Post your height and weight" threads during said anime I was done.

 No.91334

>>91330
I used to feel like that until /qa/ became a thing, really. Though I would probably give it up to get prime iichan or hongfire back

 No.91335

>>91334
/qa/ is cool and all but it's also after the election (as 2D/R), which is what permanently destroyed the site forever.

 No.91338

File:1477657068611.jpg (1.18 MB,1200x1400)

I don't think I stopped browsing /a/ due to a specific event, my interests were just gradually shifting more towards /jp/ subjects starting with Touhou. I stayed mostly on /jp/ for a few years before the mods in their infinite wisdom pulled a N/a/ruto 2.0 JayPee Edition on the board. But now I'm here, so I suppose something nice came out of all of this.

 No.91340

>>91338
Thats a very unpleasant image

 No.91342

File:1548531273373.jpg (397.75 KB,896x716)

>>91340
There is nothing unpleasant about cute girls slurping noodles.

 No.91343

people slurping are gross in general

 No.91344

File:391a0a684038c941c1fa886158….jpg (116.53 KB,700x945)

>>91340
Bacon girl is cute.

 No.91347

File:g-ays btfo.jpg (195.11 KB,2052x972)

>>91318
/lgbt/ surpassed it recently. I guess the "trap coders" eventually came out of the closet and changed boards, heh.

 No.91348

>>91334
mods forcing us off of 4/qa/ really was the best thing that could have happened; by 2019 I was pretty tired of the terrible state of 4chan, and I started using the site in 2015 so my standards were already low. I stepped away from the internet for a bit until early 2020 when I remembered that kissu existed, and this site ended up being everything I'd want from an imageboard.

 No.91350

>Are imageboards dying?
I don't think so, but I think it'd be very beneficial if there was a pipeline that wasn't so reliant on 4chan. If it could somehow become normal to see other places mentioned around the internet I think it would do some good. Maybe on an original youtube creation, maybe on an artist's profile, or maybe some programmer's github. It could lead people to exploring imageboards without first spending months or years on 4chan.
Obviously people are very nervous about gaining new people from the wider web, but new blood is what keeps things going.

 No.91351

>>91350
>Maybe on an original youtube creation, maybe on an artist's profile, or maybe some programmer's github.
It might be surprising to here, but quite a few YouTubers I know run forums still.

 No.91352

File:[shiggy] Made in Abyss - S….jpg (292.93 KB,1920x1080)

>>91347
I think /lgbt/ is growing because of /pol/ though. The more they talk about "gays and tr*nnies" the more they attract them. They don't realize their obsession about them is ridiculous at this point.

 No.91353

>>91351
please do not contradict the old person's complaints about the world ending

 No.91354

>>91352
probably a decent amount of projection of self hate going on, once someone I knew who is the /pol/ type drunkenly admitted that he thought of himself as transgender. He either doesn't remember this himself or doesn't think I remember as he continues to demonize or complain about trans people in completely unrelated conversations. I think its a combination of what you are saying and my observation happening at a large scale

 No.91355

>>91353
dumb post

 No.91356

>>91352
like most things there i think what you're referring to is just a very vocal, spammy minority that now has some parrots trained to squack like them on reflex.

 No.91358

>>91355
that's me

 No.91360

>>91353
What I said doesn't contradict them at all...

 No.91362

>>91356
This reminds me, there's a certain tripfag on /pol/ that always gets replies from idiots/bots regardless of the thread and the content of his/her post: https://archive.4plebs.org/_/search/tripcode/%21Frozen%2FS0A/
The monkeys who reply to these posts no longer know why they're doing it, it became a matter of mere reflexes for them.

 No.91363

File:goodbye.jpg (450.53 KB,700x962)

RIP /nen/ ;_;

Guess I'm down to just posting here now.

 No.91364

File:Screenshot_2022-06-12 The ….png (14.37 KB,874x235)

>>91363
I always liked nen's nice relaxed atmosphere... There goes another imageboard I liked...

 No.91366

>>91363
Rip it was the last decent /jp/ spinoff.

 No.91367

>hate /qa/
I only have myself to blame

 No.91368

>>91352
/lgbt/ is mostly growing because modern lgbt communities are unusable and ban everything they don't like. The state of the board is terrible since there are subreddits and twitter accounts dedicated to the board making memes and content being shared directly to smartphone users with little knowledge about imageboards who are attracted by the promise of being able to say slightly unacceptable things. The vast majority of board visitors had it as their first imageboard experience and had no respect for board culture.

 No.91453

>>91364
So many imageboards are shutting down.. its starting to get suspicious

 No.91456

>>91368
To be fair, 4chan culture as a whole sux at this point. Disrespecting its culture is like disrespecting the shit you took this morning

 No.91466

>>91364
>I know a lot of you hate /qa/
well, depending on the context and whom is asked /qa/ also hates /qa/ so big deal.

 No.91529

>>91368
>respect board culture
¥ on 4chan

you're idealistic to a flaw

 No.91922

>>4165
is the 'archives' link in the op of this thread not working for anyone else? I cant seem to see the list of old versions of this thread.

 No.91923

>>91922
forgot to rebuild it after we switched servers. back now

 No.92080

why does the 4chan /a/ janny delete any threads about anime/manga industry
not even talking about /pol/ish threads

 No.92081

>>92080
not a happening

 No.92082

>>92081
I don't know where else to whine about it

 No.92083

File:cloudflare.png (3.79 KB,393x128)

A Cloudflare outage affected tons of boards including 4chan and Kissu.
https://www.cloudflarestatus.com/incidents/xvs51y9qs9dj

 No.92084

>>92083
>Posted 1 hour ago. Jun 21, 2022 - 06:43 UTC
>>>/sum/1614
Faputa...

 No.92085

>>92084
I think it was a regional thing. Cloudflare is like half of the internet and I don't think half the internet was down.

 No.92090

>>92085
meant it was caused by her

 No.92092

File:1655690048976.jpg (1.4 MB,2067x1447)

>>92090
ate the internet

 No.92106

>>91236
>Also I never liked 22chan. It always felt like a straight up clone of 4chan with extra rules on top and nothing original.
Sorry for being so late but I agree. I posted a picture with a spoiler and it was deleted very quickly. I didn't like that so I stopped going there pretty quickly. But yeah, 22chan was fun for a while. It kind of did evoke some nostalgia from the oldfag age, at least in my opinion. It's a shame it was dead and that the owner seems to have moved over to twitter, for whatever reason.

 No.92107

File:1623107880593.png (584.69 KB,2000x1519)

>>92082
Have you tried sending feedback?

 No.92112

>>92083
supposedly /b/ got totally wiped but it repopulated in mere minutes

 No.92114

>>92112
possibly they migrated their data storage from hardrives to cloudflare-argo

 No.92115

>>92114
I mean R2
Argo is their very expensive priority routing service

 No.92179

"that guy", former admin of a few imageboards may have just been arrested for running botnets in Russia

>35 years old
>Omsk
>Sysadmin

May be related to >>90256
Source: https://krebsonsecurity.com/2022/06/meet-the-administrators-of-the-rsocks-proxy-botnet/

 No.92181

>>92179
Did you mean to post this to /sum/ because there's nothing related to
imageboards there

 No.92189

>>92181
that guy is pretty related to imageboards

>>92188
Krebs, the author of the article I linked in my post. You could have saved yourself the breath if you spent 2 seconds clicking what is ent

 No.92191

>>92179
None of this is related to imageboards. This is genuinely baseless rumormongering.

Consider not posting next time ``kudasai''.

 No.92210

>>92179
good thing that guy already handed over heyuri to that other guy

 No.92217

>>91364
Would anybody care enough to give me a quick rundown on what nenpo was?

 No.92218

>>92217
You can read these
>>91370
>>>/jp/36668

 No.92219

>>92217
Nen was a /jp/ spinoff that became it's own community where everyone was happy and nice to each other.

 No.92223

>>92218
>>92219
Thanks, however I feel like kissu anons are very nice. So nen was about same things as 4chan /jp/?
Or did it also include other things?

 No.92366

Q returned

 No.92386

>>92366
?, any more info?

 No.92439


 No.92467

Q is gone again

 No.92501

>>92467
nah it's back unfortunately

 No.92518

This is not a political statement but I think Q is fucking retarded and the people who follow it are either people going along as a joke (or not a joke who knows) or senpais who shouldn't be on imageboards those old fucks

 No.92521

https://allchans.org/2022/06/26/top-40-most-popular-image-boards/
Kissu is #28.

>>92518
Q is why you must never listen to tripfags.

 No.92522

>>92521
That list feels kind of sad.

 No.92523

That list is a reflection of the people that frequent that site and nothing else.

 No.92527

>>92521
Any idea what the "value percent" is?

 No.92528

>>92527
I assume it's something like how many people visited a site through their site's links or something. So visits to a particular site divided by total links clicked.
If that's the case, it's fairly meaningless. It'd be interesting to test. Maybe it wouldn't be hard to make Pissu #1!

 No.92536

>>92366
I seriously hope nobody is deluded enough to follow into that a 2nd time.
Whether it's a troll or just some trained bot I can't say, but for sure nothing it has ever posted has ever had value or helped anyone.

 No.92538

>>92536
Well said.

 No.92691


 No.92692

shamiko (the software formerly known as meguca) ha ha ha

 No.92835

I had a dream that hiro added e-mail accounts to 4chan

 No.92884

>>86342
Following a big meta argument that derailed a thread on another imageboard
http://lambdaplusjs35padjaiz4jw2fugdoeutse262phqr72uf634s2wdbqd.onion/utangatta/1761
nanochan gvols (the upper tier of the site's moderation) are split on whether to remove the problem tvol (tvols are the lower tier).
http://nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion/.nano/log

 No.92885

>>92884
is nanochan even that big/active

 No.92886

File:stats.jpg (39.13 KB,694x219)

This probably doesn't classify as a happening, but I noticed that /vt/ surpassed /b/ in activity recently. Surely it classifies as a historical moment at least since /b/ used to be the most active 4chan board before and now it's a shadow of its former self. And /a/ continues its downward spiral into irrelevancy after the dead of the season hit.

 No.92888

>>92886
Not to imply that /b/ is any decent condition when it comes to quality, but if the /jp/ vt threads are anything to go by then it's probably the same 10 or so users posting one word replies to one another ad nauseum

 No.92889

File:2022-07-04-114954_1181x331….png (43.56 KB,1181x331)

>>92885
Relative to other .onion imageboards it's pretty big. But not big compared to small imageboards on the clearnet. They have a statistics page here:
http://nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion/.nano/stats

 No.92891

>>92889
lots of mod talk for the board size

 No.92894

File:1616463516063.png (62.12 KB,297x353)

>>92886
I wonder why they even made /vt/ in the first place since it's not like discussing vtubers is banned on other boards. And I know they didn't make the new board because they were trolling /jp/ - that became obvious when they started babysitting vtuber threads and banning people for posting ">>>/vt/".

 No.92895

>>92894
Because it allowed them to steal the biggest audience for the new and booming media type... Also because of its Anonymous nature it became the perfect place for english indie vtubers to post without revealing themselves.

 No.92897

>>92886
Who even uses /b/ anymore? Last I saw it was /pol/-lite

 No.92898

>>92895
>media type
Don't call them that. They're just streamers with a 2D/3D avatar. It's not a mystery that streamers are popular since the normal ones can get like 1 million viewers+ watching them doing stupid shit in Minecraft.

I say this as someone who occasionally watches them (but hates the fanbase).

 No.92899

>>92898
stop getting angry at things that people find interesting

 No.92900

>>92899
I don't. I said I hated the fanbase, not vtubers themselves. I just see them for what they are; streamers. If there was a board dedicated to streamers in general on 4chan you can bet it would even surpass /pol/ in activity.

 No.92901

>>92900
The board is not about talking about Hiroyuki's streaming, it's about a subset of streaming that focuses around girls playing videogames/doing things.

 No.92902

File:1640377336332.png (146.7 KB,519x464)

>>92901
??? What are you trying to say. I know that. I just said that IF there was a board dedicated to normal streamers who aren't vtubers on 4chan it would definitely be one of the most popular ones, if not the most popular. They are the most popular form of content for young people to watch, far surpassing anime/TV shows.

 No.92903

>>92902
stop trying to start fights with anyone who mentions the vtuber fad in a possitive light

 No.92904

>>92897
Bots programmed to make the same "socials/FB/IG" threads every hour, furfags who don't like posting on /trash/ for some reason, lolicons and shotacons who have nowhere else to post, more bots that post /pol/bait on multiple boards, and sometimes Mexicans who only talk about sex.

 No.92905

>>92903
I just don't consider them to be media/hobby. You could make a case for the earlier ones since they were more distinguished though.

 No.92908


 No.92912

>>92905
Well that's completely arbitrary.

 No.92977


 No.92993

>>92977
It only took them a decade...

 No.92995

The few times I bothered making webbums I got filtered by that stupid vp8 limitation and now I don't want to make anything.

 No.92997

>>92977
AND Opus audio too

 No.93000

File:captcha.PNG (6.92 KB,320x158)

Captcha just changed on 4chan. Now up to 6 letters, and some white lines added to avoid the previous method to auto find slider position.

>>92977
Neat. Even yuv444p10 video I posted went through. So no chroma subsampling and 10-bit videos are supported.

 No.93004

File:1653681999427.jpg (5.17 MB,2066x3150)

>>93000
i hate these new captchas so much, as someone that has mild dyslexia/is probably dumb in the first place. though there's probably a case to be made about how making captchas difficult can increase post's quality somewhat. i wouldn't be able to count how many times i gave up on posting something because i couldn't get through the captcha after a million attempts.

 No.93005

>>93004
Same here it makes me sad

 No.93006

I solved the problem by just giving up on 4chan... There's either a sufficient imageboard replacement or IRC replacement for everything there...

 No.93010

File:[HorribleSubs] Watashi ni ….png (549.11 KB,1003x693)

>>93006
>IRC replacement
I feel like I am in a minority when I say I don't like using IM clients.

 No.93039

File:1440785306453.jpg (156.01 KB,484x659)

https://boards.4channel.org/a/thread/239884101
Yu-Gi-Oh's author got eaten by a shark.

 No.93041

>>93039
should have parried it

 No.93042

>>93039
I summon him from the g-
Oh no.

 No.93049

>>93006
>There's either a sufficient imageboard replacement or IRC replacement for everything there
I disagree. Most of the alternatives are too slow to be a satisfactory replacement unfortunately. 4chan needs to die off first for them to get an acceptable level of activity.

 No.93050

>>93049
If 4chan dies, likely what will happen is a collapse and dark age of imageboards. The conditions that would kill 4chan would effect many imageboards on the net and probably forums

 No.93051

File:83019616_p0.jpg (2.76 MB,1794x2946)

>>93049
I replaced posting on /vt/ with another imageboard and IRC just fine.

 No.93052

>>93050
>The conditions that would kill 4chan
4chan could die at any moment if the owner pulls the plug, for as trivial of a reason as being bored of it and it not earning enough money to be capable of selling off. With a site like that (which, perhaps uniquely for its size, seems to be managed more like a small forum than like the social media giants) it really only lasts as long as the administration has the will to keep it going, and that doesn't necessarily reflect on the broader situation at all.

 No.93053

File:lick my feet.jpg (98.84 KB,1200x675)

>>93052
4chan dying would more likely than not lead to an increase in posts on other imageboards as inevitably many users seek refuge elsewhere. In the long term it might be very harmful though as none of the replacements get big enough to become "the new 4chan" and while a fractured userbase is good for resurgence of alt growth it also means less notoriety on "entrance level internet" which means less teenagers and young adults will be introduced to the concept of imageboards and eventually some of those would seek out alternative ones, but if they're never introduced to the main one it would likely result in a much smaller amount seeking out alts in the long term. Short-medium term it would be a dream come true though.
I think this theory makes sense anyhow.

>>93006
If you're not a fan of instant messaging, there's not many imageboard replacements for everything.
There's imageboard replacements for some boards like /a/, /jp/, /pol/, /sp/, but then what? Most of everything else is extremely nichè and has maybe one post a day, if not less or dead. They're still fine to use even if they're very slow, but hardly a replacement.

 No.93054

>>93052
that's completely unrealistic

>>93053
that's completely idealistic

 No.93055

File:1639915447994.jpg (115.23 KB,421x565)

>>93053
>There's imageboard replacements for some boards like /a/
There really isn't one for /a/ if you are into manga. The /a/ spinoffs are all extremely slow to have any substantial manga discussion and the /jp/ spinoffs never talk about manga (I'm not sure how I would fit kissu in here since it's neither a /jp/ or /a/ spinoff, but it didn't have a manga thread before I made one).

 No.93056

>>93055
Kissu is 2d/random, so by technicality it would fall under the /jp/ sphere of influence.

 No.93059

>>93056
Yes, but it's pretty different from /jp/ spinoffs still. And it's obvious there are some /a/ posters and other posters that aren't from /jp/ in it. The /ai/ posting that's so ingrained into it is definitely not a /jp/ thing for example.

 No.93062

>>93059
Well through the history of the site, there was other /jp/ sites while this is also a spin-off of /qa/ which is a blending of meta and 2d/random. But you should know this by now, its like a founding myth.

 No.93069

>>93049
Or maybe your expectations for activity have been set obscenely high by 4chan. I missed the speed back when I first quit 4chan, but when I went back to it it was nauseatingly fast.

 No.93070

File:nomnachi.gif (82.92 KB,320x320)

>>93069
It's mostly because of: >>93055
If I was only into anime I could easily replace 4/a/ with kissu + a clusterfuck combination of multiple other sites, but I read more manga than I watch anime, so I'm still forced to use 4/a/ for that purpose. Also, there's /m/ which is still surprisingly decent for a 4shit board, can't really replace that one either. I can live without using /v/, /tv/ and other normo boards though.

 No.93073

/tv/ getting a sticky for the death of James Caan. RIP

 No.93077

https://boards.4channel.org/jp/thread/40442267

/jp/ getting a sticky for the shooting of Abe, crazy day.

 No.93078

this week sure has had a lot of stuff happen and today has been even crazier

 No.93079

>>93077
Man, what a sorry state 4/jp/ is in. They should just rename it to "Japanese Culture Generals" because Shinzo Abe getting shot has literally nothing to do with otaku culture.

 No.93081

>>93079
Well it is Japan/General

 No.93082

>>93081
*was*

 No.93083

>>93079
>Man, what a sorry state 4/jp/ is in
If anything, it somewhat comforts me that at least someone watching over /jp/ still knows the board's roots.

 No.93084

>>93077
Scared

 No.93086

praying for Abe

 No.93089

>>93086
He's passed onto the spirit realm now...

 No.93090

>>93070
let's make a manga spinoff

 No.93091

>>93090
I think the problem there would be getting enough people to replicate the amount of discussion >>93070 is used to from 4/a/. If existing places already can't muster that amount of discussion, what would making a new site accomplish? It's a conundrum that I'm unsure how to solve.

 No.93092

File:1654226710254.jpg (91.7 KB,456x448)

>>93091
The only solution to it would be becoming fluent in Japanese and using futaba/5ch for it. Manga in the West is inherently going to be niche and hard to get into compared to anime, therefore alternatives that don't have a good amount of activity aren't adequate for it.

 No.93093

Clearly, the most reliable way to get more manga discussion on altchans would be to destabilize 4chan's threads to the point that even mods get tired of it. Someone's bound to move to another site.

 No.93094

File:haku1.png (187.2 KB,279x514)

I can't even use /a/ for manga discussions anymore because even if the thread topics are somewhat niche, the way they post just leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

 No.93095

>>93093
The threads about battle shonen manga on /a/ are completely unusable due to the kind of demographic it attracts, but I think they aren't bothered by the smell of their own crap.

 No.93096

>>93094
...And it's not like /a/ is all that good for manga in the first place. Threads die in like 30-40 minutes there, so trying to keep a thread up for a lesser known series becomes a chore.

 No.93098

>>93096
It's good for finding new manga to read rather. And yeah, it would be better if they split /a/ into a board just for anime and one just for manga to avoid the threads of lesser known series from dying with little to no replies.

 No.93099

>>93093
if you found such a way it would be used on kissu

 No.93119

>>93070
>Also, there's /m/ which is still surprisingly decent for a 4shit board
Is it? Last time I looked at it it was pretty bad.

 No.93129

4chan is recruiting jannies for the locked /qa/ board

 No.93130

>>93129
fake news
/qa/ is not an option in the application form

 No.93152

File:1626140561130.gif (13.95 KB,309x318)

I have toyed with the idea of becoming a /jp/ janitor just to see what happens if you delete all the "undesirable" topics and remove like 2/3 of the threads. Probably a permaban and then it's back to business as usual for /jp/ - 3D/Japan

 No.93175

>>93091
pay for 4ch /a/ ads and bribe a scangroup or two to post on your altchan

 No.93176

>>93092
>Manga in the West is inherently going to be niche and hard to get into compared to anime

There's still lots of manga readers in west and it's been growing a lot (on tiktok there's loads of teens into manga). Not saying that's who you want to attract to a site but english imageboards are surprisingly low traffic for manga discussion when you compare to other social media like reddit, discord, forums, etc.
2ch.hk has a manga specific board but haven't looked at it much.
Honestly wish 4chan mods would add a manga board, there's like 9 vidya boards now.

 No.93177

>>93152
Are you willing to reveal your name, address and face to the managers for an experiment?

 No.93179

>>93176
>There's still lots of manga readers in west and it's been growing a lot (on tiktok there's loads of teens into manga)
It's very surface level shit. It's nothing new. A lot of people in my class read the Naruto manga and stuff. They're also more into Korean crap I feel, since it's easier to read 'webtoons' on a phone.

 No.93182

>>93130
it was at the time i posted this

 No.93188

File:82022352_p1.jpg (625.31 KB,1400x1600)

>>93177
What? I didn't know you had to kowtow to those assholes that hard to become a janitor. I thought writing some fancy CV and squatting around in discord was enough.

 No.93189

>>93188
It has been that way since the #jannyteam leaks if I'm not mistaken, but people still keep leaking shit anyway. I think you could easily fool them with a fake identity too.

 No.93195

>>93176
>reddit
I have looked at the manga board there, >>93179 is right. Most of the threads were memes and BNHA shit.
>forums
I'm surprised there's still active manga forums, theres only 1 or 2 active anime forums

 No.93197

what kind of crap is getting posted in the happening thread today... hm...

 No.93201

>>93182
I noticed it too

 No.93203

>>93188
The first form requires you to send your full name (plus a nickname), age and a basic description of yourself as a potential mod. Subsequent emails require you to send your address, sign a digital no disclosure agreement with Hiro/the manager in charge and then to have an interview with the manager where you have to show your face and voice while answering a series of questions.
I applied to be a janitor of a small board I liked a couple of years ago, and while I managed to get away with a fake name and address, the revealing my face in an interview was too much for me and never replied to the manager's emails again. Fuck the legal system.

 No.93204

>>93203
Real-time faceswap is feasible nowadays so I wonder if they have more screening process now.

 No.93208

File:a4EnRP1_460s.jpg (46.13 KB,460x613)

Hello, I would like to be janny

 No.93224

>>93203
Wow, all this for no pay

 No.93226

>>93224
Imageboards are serious business, specially when they are managed by companies like 4chan community support LLC.

 No.93227

running 4chan is actually serious buisness. not joking

 No.93432

>>93431
Finally, a happening.

 No.93468

File:1657773697968.png (767.48 KB,969x866)

This guy worked out a way to work large jpeg files so that they adjust to counterbalance the bloat 4chan pads them with which makes some of them trigger filesize limits, although technically they shouldn't have originally.

https://boards.4channel.org/wsr/thread/1233417#p1233473

 No.93696

¥ 4chan.org
>Cloudflare is unable to establish an SSL connection to the origin server.

 No.93697

>>93468
someone once told me that .bat files are the devil

 No.93698

File:1658282186481960.png (1.88 MB,2000x2000)

Speaking of 4chan, they added another 3 digits to the unix filename of images, like this one I just grabbed. It could be for the duplicate image thumbnail switching glitch, but that's been going on for a long time so it's strange to address it now. (plus it was funny).

>>93697
The old adage for bat files was to always check them in notepad before running them.

 No.93699

File:1658187542454840.jpg (302.75 KB,828x1074)

Apparently the latest weekly American mass shooter said goodbye on /bant/ before attacking a mall and being killed 15 seconds later by an armed civilian:
https://archive.alice.al/bant/thread/15746209/
https://imgur.com/a/nsdgv0Q

/bant/ is such an useless board that even its criminals are good for nothing.

 No.93700

>>93699
bad tasting post

 No.93701

>>93696
It's been more than an hour and I'm still getting this error

 No.93702

>>93701
I stopped getting it 10 min ago.

 No.93703

>>93697
Any program is malware until proven otherwise. .bat files for obvious reasons are best when paired with an internet explorer logo.

 No.93706

>>93699
What's wrong with /bant/. It's just another 2d/r board

 No.93707

>>93706
>It's just another 2d/r board
I wish

 No.93711

>>93710
So, not very close at all then?

 No.93712

>>88736
more minor drama with /cumg/ extension anons
that furry spammer from 4chan showed up and started giving out proxies
someone started using the extension to post cheese pizza on 4chan
the b4k admin is arguing with them and 4chan mods are adding more file filters blocking lots of normal gifs

https://2chen.moe/tech/1353679

 No.93713

>>93712
Weird.

 No.93715

>>93712
tl; dr:
- the furfag avatarfag that spams boards with domestic proxies gave away various accounts to strangers on Discord
- one of them is using the proxies to post embedded CP on /v/ and other boards
- somebody told Catbox's admin and he's planning to block PEE users for abusing his site
archive b4k's admin implemented cross-site protections to thwart PEE for most users (Firefox fags can still use the add-on because of how the browser works)
- Google banned future updates of the PEE add-on from the store for linking to too many porn sites, forcing chromefags to sideload the add-on
- even 4chan's dev is patching the site to stop embedding because of the proxyfag hiding CP in random threads

 No.93716

>>93715
Minor drama, major impact.

 No.93720

File:he ran out of pee.jpg (125.38 KB,672x968)

>>93716
Looks like 4chan's dev won the autism war, although this could be just a prank/feint from PEE's dev.

 No.93722

And now the Happenings Thread on /trash/ is being spammed by the PEE Matrix cabal owned by the developer of the add-on because somebody threatened to post all their chats there.

 No.93726

>>93712
>>93715
Is this at all related to the sporadic cloudflare issues on certain boards the last couple days?

 No.93727

>>93726
Maybe. Server work does occasionally require taking the servers offline and 4chan is made such that some servers run different boards.

 No.93729

>>93720
rip in piss

 No.93732

>>93722
>And now the Happenings Thread on /trash/ is being spammed by the PEE Matrix cabal
Nah that was just a Desuposter who wanted to have some fun
>owned by the developer of the add-on
Not owned by the developer of the add-on desu, in fact he's not even a mod there desu

 No.93758

420chan and Kirtaner's personal website have been offline for a week.

 No.93759

>>93758
I remember him having personal troubles right? Hope he's ok.

 No.93760

>>93758
Surprised he's still around after all of these years. I haven't been to 420chan in 5 years+ or more at this point.

 No.93763

Does anyone know what happened to Rainchan (boards.concealed.world)? The imageboard part of the site went down a while back, followed a while latter by the main blog, and now the domain is for sale. It was my gateway into the indie web and so has special meaning to me. Until recently I basically only used the internet for YouTube/Twitter/Discord. But the site has gone down with seemingly no explanation. I wonder if something might have happened to the admin.

 No.93765

>>93758
>>93759
>>93760
Please tell me hes dead

 No.93766

>>93765
Yeah, then we could trade for you.

 No.93774

>>93763
>It was my gateway into the indie web
What does that mean?

 No.93779

>>93759
I knew he was getting divorced and that his wife would take most of the stuff with her, but that was a while ago and I haven't paid attention to him since then. The latest I knew of Kirtaner was that he was trying to attract attention to himself by claiming to be "the father of the "Anonymous hacker collective".

 No.93780

>>93774
Non-mainstream, I assume.
>only used the internet for YouTube/Twitter/Discord

 No.93788

>>93765
I'm finally over the point in my life where I wish people dead I think.
But if he stops making his hot takes on twitter and making a fool of himself that would be good.

 No.93804

>>93759
I hope he dies and rots in hell

 No.93807

This is not the place to wish death on people, especially when it's presumably political motivated.

 No.93812

- 16chan
- 22chan
- 420chan(?)
- Hispachan
- Nenpo (got a replacement)
Any other IB that has shut down in the past two months?

 No.93814

420chan is just down. A site like that doesn't disappear without notice.

 No.93815

i wish death upon lala for illegally immigrating to Earth

 No.93816

Hmm, the mind control satellite must be broken...
Where are the true Lala cultists when you need them...

 No.93817

>>93788
I figured I'd do a bit of research. Why did his Twitter get a suspension?

 No.93819

Discord is private.. maybe could ask on their IRC... well anyways, the best I can find is that the site's mods were losing interest in the site and one of their lgbt board had wojack spam like happened on 4/lgbt/.

Maybe, a followup spam attack did mass reporting to the host so it's down. Still hitting ~300$ on patreon...

 No.93823

>>93817
I never followed him that closely but he would tend to make some pretty heated political remarks so it wouldn't surprise me.

 No.93845

Legalize Lala's immigration to Earth.

 No.93859

4chan is borked again.

 No.93860

/g/ is being slowspammed by an obnoxious furfaggot

 No.93861

>>93860
Is it Bui?

 No.93863

>>93861
I think that's very unlikely. I don't think he's done anything for years, has he? From what I remember he was mostly focused on 8chan until it died.
I don't really care about those personalities, but that guy really was amazing at what he did. That one imgur thing is still mind-boggling to me.

 No.93866

>>93860
what's "slowspam"?
>>93863
what did he do exactly?

 No.93867

>>93860
Crude

 No.93870

>>93859
Recently the dev put in some new filters to try to remove hidden content in .webm files. Given how badly he implemented JPEG metadata removal, I wouldn't be surprised if that change broke the site or created a new DoS vulnerability.

 No.93872

>>93860
Did he use the fox from Zootopia or a white dog to avatarfag?

 No.93874


 No.93882

>>93874
>An attacker could have pulled off massive pwnage by abusing a bug on Imgur, which is often featured on Reddit’s “front page” of the Internet; instead the hacker targeted 8chan; 4chan and 8chan experienced some downtime. Imgur quickly issued a patch.
>4chan
sigh

 No.93975

whatever happened to neet.moe?

 No.93980

>>93975
It's still there

 No.93981

File:[SubsPlease] Yofukashi no ….png (783.39 KB,1280x720)

>>93975
Flooded by children with their dead wagie and soyjak memes, anti-anime, and edgy shitposting because it's the only way they'll ever get attention in life. It's likely not going to recover at this point since the people currently posting think they are "fighting for a good cause" by targeting all "groomer tranime" imageboards and that they need to "save" the board by making sure it has only the "correct opinions" and converting it to a political board. It's a delusion that they are even fighting anything there at all, they're really just spamming it down for no reason. Most likely scenario people will simply move on to another board that does ban them making their efforts completely pointless.
https://neet.moe/neet/thread/9426
https://neet.moe/neet/thread/9131
https://neet.moe/neet/thread/9175
https://neet.moe/neet/thread/9152
https://neet.moe/neet/thread/9364
https://neet.moe/neet/thread/8205
https://neet.moe/neet/thread/9260
It was pretty bad the past months, but it's going downhill faster and faster.
They've really brainwashed themselves into thinking a board with mostly otaku is the reason why they are unhappy and that they need to fix it. Admin doesn't care though so this is the new normal unless they change their mind.

>>93980
Unfortunately.

 No.93983

>>93981
I think I screwed up what I was trying to say, I hate those people though and wish they never found imageboards. They simply don't understand the appeal of imageboard culture, and stop at nothing in their attempts to ruin it.

 No.93989

>>93981
Are you sure it's just not just a raid combined with an absent admin? On slower boards an admin might go weeks between checking, although that opens you up to getting dropped by the host if you don't clean up bots posting illegal things.
Well, there's plenty of other boards out there at least. You guys had/have time to try and organize moving somewhere else, which is a luxury unfortunately not afforded to many imageboards that suddenly go offline one day at the surprise of the community.

 No.93991

File:1655832518467.png (434.44 KB,822x590)

>>93989
Yeah it seemed like it was just a raid from the soyteens from that site. Some of the stuff appears to have been deleted already. Could've been far worse. Those subhuman shitstains caused desuchan to shut down.

 No.93992

>>93989
If it's a raid it's been going on for a while. Admin does delete illegal content, but has kept a no moderation policy so far. It's been trending in this direction for a long time, it is what it is. The perils of not doing any gatekeeping. Make a note future mins, at least weed out the worst before they invite all their friends.

>>93991
I don't see anything cleaned up.

 No.93993

>>93992
Well a site like that is obviously going to be full of /r9k/-like posting if it has no moderation, but the soyteens are a different group from "wizchan rejects" or whatever. They just fuck with smaller imageboards at random. I've never heard of it before, but the idea of a site for neets doesn't sound appealing to me even though I'm one.

 No.93997

File:waterfox_CXmrzX2kbB.png (62.04 KB,675x219)

>>93992
>Admin does delete illegal content, but has kept a no moderation policy so far.
Oh. That's unfortunate, then. Yeah, that's the death knell you hear for the board.
Speaking of desuchan, it was over a year ago that the admin said he was going to bring it back. I wonder what the holdup is, because the more time passes the less likely it is to ever return.

>>93993
Those people all blur together for me and it's all a part of the generic social media teenager's internet culture now so really you can't connect it to anything. It's like how ragecomics stopped being a 4chan identifier after a certain point.
How strange it is to me that you can connect all of this damaging stuff back to 4/qa/. I knew the mods empowering the antisocial psychos there and giving them a board would have negative consequences, but it has really exceeded my expectations for how far reaching the damage has been.
What a mess, and it was all avoidable.

 No.93998

>>93983
I hate to say it, but I probably would've been one of those kids if I was growing up now. At their core, most of them are just bored, frustrated teenage outcasts who need an emotional outlet. Raiding niche imageboards makes them feel like they have a purpose, as weird as that sounds. It gives them something to be a part of, and it lets them feel like they have control over the world. It's pretty sad, really.

On the bright(?) side, outside of the literal schizos among them, I guarantee most of these kids are going to grow up to regret it (the same way I regret participating in kiwi farms lolcow stuff).

>>93991
>>93997
Meh. A handful of teens can only do so much damage to a well-moderated site that's good about keeping backups. They've tried attacking Kissu multiple times, but the mods take care of it fast enough that they get bored and give up. All of the sites they "destroy" are either week-old lynxchan sites with a single-digit userbases that spam ads on larger imageboards, zombie sites from the 2000s/early-2010s that receive one post every half-decade, or slumlord sites run by an admin who doesn't administrate and a moderation team that doesn't exist. They only ever "win" when they go after easy targets.

 No.93999

>>93997
¥admin of desuchan
¥admin of lolibooru
talk about being baste

 No.94060

File:411197f6789e005205debc0b48….jpg (71.96 KB,686x960)

that 4chan captcha solver actually got updated!
https://github.com/AUTOMATIC1111/4chan-captcha-solver/
tested 10 times, got 70% correct and 30% off by one letter
auto slider position was 100% correct
so pretty much a practical rate for automatic posting

 No.94147

>>94060
>70% correct and 30% off by one letter
heh, that's about the rate I get solving them manually

 No.94160


 No.94163

>>94160
well, /g/ already made 4 albums and all are much longer than this...

 No.94167

>>94163
the sushi album is impressive for a small board methinks

 No.94169

>>94060
Too bad it doesn't work with the captchas in teh report window.

 No.94178

>>94169
The captcha seems to give out freebies for 1-2 minutes after posting, so if you report often, it might be faster to make a short funpost and then do all the reports in a row.

 No.94232

>>94060
New fork of this just dropped
https://git.coom.tech/araragi/JKCS
It has far superior performance to AUTOMATIC's version

*edited by mod to bypass filter

 No.94268

>>94232
Does it work with the captchas in the report window?

 No.94272

File:HUPI2741.PNG.png (370.88 KB,800x800)

>>93981
I browsed neet.moe until 2020ish, I'm surprised to see it got so bad but I quit after these delightful exchanges.
There's nothing to be gained from talking to other neets/hikkis anyway.

Anonymous 2021-10-21 02:12:21 No.3639
I use this site 8moe 22chan and a few others but i mostly lurk 2ch and Futaba now while watching YouTube and hangout in Japanese discord servers and talk to Japanese NEETs.

Heyuri is nice new board but slow although faster than here
It has the potential to be something great but unfortunately that faggot WT that guy and his gang of kohai teens who btw are not old enough to remember old internet culture are what's ruining it.

Anonymous 2021-10-29 06:14:09 No.3658

> and talk to Japanese NEETs.

japanese failed normalfag incels and teenagers

Anonymous 2021-10-29 06:44:11 No.3659
>>3658
If you're implying they are larping you're retarded.

Anonymous 2021-10-29 13:09:35 No.3660
>>3659
yeah have fun talking with incels

Anonymous 2021-10-29 20:47:33 No.3662
>>3659
I don’t think he is, but the Japanese don’t really have an interest in purity spiraling.

Anonymous 2021-10-31 05:36:17 No.3666
a249e03d4f31606c1ccff7c499(…).jpg (52.24 KiB, 632x377) google saucenao

>>3660
Not all Japanese NEETs are incel otaku losers if anything Japanese NEETs are more normie like compared to western NEETs. Most western NEETs are toxic incel losers and very neurotic. Most Japanese NEETs are just failed normies since a lot of them had successful lives or decent lives before they became NEET/Hikikomori and some were even employees at big companies. My point is in Japan NEETdom can affect anyone regardless of their social status.

Anonymous 2021-10-31 05:41:22 No.3667
>>3662
Most Japanese people don't lose their virginity until their 20s since 20 is the legal adult age in Japan.

Anonymous 2021-11-01 03:03:57 No.3670
>>3667
I have a hard time believing people wait that long.

Anonymous 2021-11-01 03:45:14 No.3671
>>3670
Well i was mainly referring to Japanese men Japanese women mostly lose their virginity during middle school or high school and have sex with their pedophile teachers especially gaijin English teachers and even the popular boys.

Anonymous 2021-11-01 09:37:05 No.3673
>>3666
would prefer talking to these NEET than the majority I see online who are incel loser faggots.

Anonymous 2021-11-01 10:07:58 No.3674
引きこもり.jpg (59.14 KiB, 350x400) google saucenao

>>3673
Do these guys seem incel-ish to you? i don't think so,

[YouTube] Living for Free in the Mountains of Japan? NEET Documentary (English Subs) (embed)

I feel like i get along with Japanese NEETs better than most western NEETs and relate to them a lot more too.

Anonymous 2021-11-02 02:03:21 No.3681
>>3674
They’re definitely incels but not in a Western sense.

Anonymous 2021-11-02 02:51:59 No.3682
>>3681
Japan is more of a vocel country since a large amount of young and middle aged people are willingly choosing not to have sex or be in relationships.

Anonymous 2021-11-02 07:20:11 No.3684
>>3674
whatever makes you pat ur dick retarded larper, be it men who don't work or whatever.
>>3682
japan is top1 incel country, next to it is korea
about third of its population are incels for sure

they have been dealing with crime rather successfully, combined with rise of computers means incelism is a byproduct of men not going against public law that much (which will result in getting laid less)

i used to care about japanese, koreans and shit. it will come to you with experience as well. most of them are trash, especially neets and incels. lazy, boring genetic trash that can't even feed themselves

Anonymous 2021-11-02 07:22:03 No.3685
if you earn money under the radar technically you are also neet. its that simple. and it makes like half a whatever country neets.

but what you imply is just feasting on some internet lifestyle teenage subculture shit.

go work pathethic incel

 No.94273

>>93998
>zombie sites from the 2000s/early-2010s that receive one post every half-decade

I often wonder if most of these are still online because the person paying for hosting or doing it manually just forgot it was charging or if they paid for like 10 years of hosting at once.

 No.94274

>>94273
At that time the only option was likely buying 4 year contracts

 No.94278

>>94272
>It has the potential to be something great but unfortunately that faggot WT that guy and his gang of kohai teens who btw are not old enough to remember old internet culture are what's ruining it.
Are... Are you faganon?

 No.94279

I misunderstood your post. You were quoting him.

 No.94282

>>94268
It does.
Also, JKCS is on the Firefox AWO now.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/jkcs/

 No.94283

>>94282
On principle I can't download this...

 No.94284

>>94283
Based on what principle?

 No.94285

BASED

 No.94304

fuck captcha

 No.94397

Apparently 4chan now strips metadata and changes the hash of webms uploaded. Presumably as part of the attempt to stop the image embedding scripts from /cumg/. It makes finding the source for webms a lot more annoying now.

 No.94399

>>94397
It also removes transparencies from webm files.

 No.94552

where are all the happenings? I'm so bored

 No.94553

>>94552
get a hobby other than drama, retard

 No.94556

>>94552
make your own habbening!

 No.94560

>>94552
Hiroyuki is selling 4chan to a Saudi prince tomorrow.

 No.94567

I keep checking 7chan only to be let down once more by little traffic. I like that place.

 No.94569

>>94567
>let down once more by little traffic
how about posting there instead of just looking?

 No.94571

>>94569
I do when I feel I have something to say.

 No.94589

>>94553
my hobby is browsing imageboards but most of the content is boring these days. a lot of people grew up, left the internet and became norms. the new generation rarely post anything interesting.

>>94560
I could believe this because the guy who bought SNK and Capcom and all those other Japanese game companies seems to be doing well

 No.94592

>>94589
nice blog happenings

 No.94593

File:1556009736591605762_6CTOt4….jpg (41.5 KB,400x400)

>>94552
I found drama regarding Kirtaner and 420chan going offline without notice one month ago, and while I'm too lazy to read the replies of everyone involved, it seems that Kirtaner finally lost everything and is currently bankrupt(?).
https://nitter.net/MyKirtypooNinja/status/1556733661331980288
https://nitter.net/MyKirtypooNinja/status/1557138061221306368
https://nitter.net/MyKirtypooNinja/status/1557078624511066115

 No.94594

>>94593
Not to be insensitive, but the relevant part is this comment in regards to 420chan:
>It’ll be back up when my current circumstances are rectified.

 No.94595

>>94593
Kirt just drives himself into more and more of these situations and it's sad to witness.

Kind of related, but 94chan's owner, IHM, might be beefing with him over IB drama, but she's just as unhinged as he is from the looks of it.

 No.94632

File:1609287886550.png (1.87 MB,2550x2550)

2 hours old wojak thread on 4/jp/. Good going there, vtuber "meidos".

 No.94640

>>94593
how can the leader of Anonymous fall so low?

 No.94642

>>94593
Maybe he chould have cut back on the substances and save a few bucks

 No.94645

bleh, reading through a lot of this he seems pretty bad in the head now. The Nitter/Twitter community not much helping him find inner peace.
Not much more to say without crossing the barrier into disrespectful, but everyone on there is either an e-detective or someone trying to make money through libel cases.

 No.94664

>>94645
They always fall into this trap where they're unhappy because of social media drama, but they feel like they can't leave because they need to debunk rumors and falsehoods, and then things just get worse over time instead of doing the more sensible thing of disappearing, or maybe just making a new pseudonym and ignoring the past. It's not like anyone who is writing shit is gonna go "oh so that's how it is, I understand now I am sorry for getting it wrong" when they try to correct things they see as misconceptions or lies, they'll just get agitated and write even more shit most of the time.

 No.94670

>>94664
What a complete waste of time and energy, seems like a good way to end up pulling your hair out.

 No.94696

File:no idea how this can repre….png (1.59 MB,1920x640)

The Dutch made a theater piece about 8chan because why the fuck not:

https://archive.ph/3uHWD

>In the theater performance Infinity Chan, a woman seeks refuge in the darkest cellars of the internet. A strong stomach helps. But how strong must the mind be? Theater maker Eva Line de Boer [1988] logs into an eerie world that is inspired by anime – Japanese animation art.

>The woman [Jessie Wilms] in Infinity Chan becomes increasingly entangled in a digital world where people share extreme thoughts. To free herself from her own identity, she crafts avatars that dare to go considerably further than herself. Unnoticed, the physical and digital worlds begin to merge. The notes she finds in the delivery meals of a sushi joint become her only tangible contact.

>Infinity Chan is an exciting stretch for the mind: how close can you get to someone whose mind is miles away? Is empathy allowed? An additional trigger for Eva Line de Boer is the story of Frederick Brennan, founder of 8Chan. On that internet forum, participants can post racist, sexist and anti-Semitic messages uncensored.

>Eva Line, who previously appeared on Boulevard with Zeventien, makes outspoken, highly edited performances with abrasive humour. Recurring theme: sharing emotions in public – especially on the internet.

>Note: This performance uses stroboscopes/bright flashes of light. This performance is not suitable for visitors under the age of 16.

>Eva Line de Boer will be a guest at Gesprek van de dag on August 8 at 4 pm.

 No.94697

File:Zoku Sayonara Zetsubou Sen….jpg (119.35 KB,1280x720)

>>94696
what the fuck

 No.94699

>>94696
I'm legitimately interested.

 No.94703

>>94696
Sounds interesting, have to agree.

 No.94706

>>94593
it's official then: Kissu is the most famous Canadian-backed imageboard now

 No.94708

>>94706
Yay Canada.

 No.94717

>>94706
that's probably the worst part about this place
my blood boils when i think about it
an uncontrollable desire to burn down the canadian capital overwhelms me

 No.94719

File:ff19c358181a8f19a18b632fbc….jpg (396.39 KB,1795x2791)

>>94717
Keep those torches away from our igloos and sorry, but please don't take the maple syrup supplies. It's aboot all we have to eat.

 No.94817


 No.94894

>>94817
They've blocked my country for months now ever since the /cumg/ happening, so I don't use them anymore.

 No.94941

File:zzz_chan_animated_1.0.gif (273.95 KB,960x271)

zzzchan had its 2nd anniversary one week ago:
https://zzzchan.xyz/b/thread/107205.html

 No.94947

File:8chan.moe-zoo.jpg (122.01 KB,1280x720)

A South American news(?) channel did a report about the "dark web" while using footage from 8chan.moe's /zoo/ - Zoophilia board to exemplify the "horrible content" that can be found in the dark web.
https://redirect.invidious.io/watch?v=7nh__ka1wn4

 No.95036

File:_..jpg (139.76 KB,380x394)

>>94947
¥ human on giraffe
how?

 No.95037

File:b7ab179893ce82cc2933a79583….gif (2.33 MB,320x240)

>>95036
I don't think it exists, but imagine if it did.

 No.95038

>>95036
By walking up a few steps.

 No.95040

Should be the same as with cows and mares.

 No.95050

>>94947
That must've been a hell of a day at the office for the dude who was given the job of finding the bestiality porn.

 No.95126


 No.95127


 No.95128

>>95126
Well, I can verify that the ZIPs contain images and not viruses. Are there versions without the obnoxious watermarks?

 No.95129

>>95127
>>95128
Not that im aware of. I didnt post the thread its from because it is a banned link here obviously. For some reason, not every thread was exported, but there was several interesting ones in there, including a /j/ thread where they all shat on moot for leaving. Theres some interesting stuff if you ignore the watermarks

 No.95130

>>95129
i'm sure you can post the link if it's related to a happening and on the off chance it's filtered you could just bypass the filter
i don't any links are banned unless it's illegal

 No.95134

Bleh. It's a delicate situation since it's a happening, but as this thread has talked about imageboards getting raided and killed because of that place it does not deserve links. It craves infamy and this place shouldn't be an avenue to receive it. All the attention whoring is in the 4chan happenings thread if you want to see it for yourself, and also see what it is that we're trying to keep out: https://desuarchive.org/trash/thread/50284202
Please do get the information and share it, but the watermarks are already too much.

 No.95135

>>95126
On the whole, that was a bunch of nothing. Which I probably should've expected given that if any janitor could get sensitive information we'd have a lot more frequent leaks. My guess is that all the actual discussion takes place within the confines of IRC or the actual mod chats which the common janitor would be excluded from. 1/10, they tried.

 No.95137

>>95136
sounds all the good stuff is already here
he'd post it otherwise i'd guess

 No.95162

File:smuggy.png (247.68 KB,355x449)

>>95126
¥/vt/ and /jp/ both have the same mod
Figures.

 No.95216

File:1649646857593.webp (5.46 KB,255x191)

>>93099
People like community. I know I do. One thing that makes almost want to use reddit is the rewatch posts where r/anime all watch independently an old show and share really obscure facts about the show like how the exams in the anime version of Railgun don't make sense because they're about to go on vacation and how it was moved from a later chapter in the manga to introduce other characters sooner.

I once planned a Certain Magical Index read along and even made dozens of notes for every chapter the LNs and Manga and then I realized I'm a homeschooled western otaku in a remote rural location in /alaska/ with no friends so I was wasting my time. But I can see that working if you could convince people to use mangadex to readalong. Also this is my first post on Kissu, might change my namefagging later idk.

 No.95217

>>95216
how'd you find out about the site?

 No.95219

>>95217
Over the past few days I have been compiling a map of usable channels that a non-retard can use with notes on, I'm not sure how to say this, how to integrate well without distrupting the board? I've thought about posting it somewhere but the nature of image boards being what they are I don't even know if exposure on some mainstream site is something owners would want. But over the course of the project I naturally found *this thread* specifically without really knowing much about Kissu itself.

Most people my age hate social media but have a crippling internet addiction I think they'd like imageboards if they had exposure to them that isn't just 4chan. I think lainchan and night.city really revived my love for the medium.

 No.95220

File:1660688213998007.png (316.79 KB,700x752)

>>95216
late.city my bad its late and I may have passed my very small pr in beers drank in an hour.

 No.95221

>>95219
well, you could post it here since it's related to imageboard.I'm one of the admins and I don't really care.

 No.95222

>>95221
Oh it's still just a bunch of notes, I haven't decided how to actually map it out or how I could translate the notes idea to a map.
Really i just fell into this autism side quest because I was using allchans and I realized suddenly that allchans actually really sucks if you're shopping for a place to shitpost and want to know what to expect. I think that's kind of a barrier to imageboards in general theres this air of mystery about it where you're kind of tossed into the pool by your dad to force you to learn to swim.

 No.95231

allchan had it's 10 year anniversary a few days back and wrote an alright article on imageboards. Wonder if more people have been dropping by from there. Article has a lot of cancer on it so refraining from linking

 No.95233

File:yeah yeah ywah.gif (989.76 KB,480x270)

>>95216
Welcome newfriend!

 No.95244

>>95136
>retard spic
Rude and crude

>>95216
Welcome to Kissu!

By the way, the site supports post formatting. Instead of /this/ or *this*, try wrapping your post in [i][/i] [i]like so[/i] and you'll get this. There's also a preview button (the pencil and ruler icon) that lets you see how your post will look before you post it. And while I'm on the subject of formatting, since it's an unusual quirk of the site, we pretty much exclusively use greentext for quoting. For the other common uses of greentext, we use
¥the yen character, which turns your post purple.

As for namefagging, people won't freak out or anything if you do it, but it's generally not a thing people do here unless they have a specific reason to.

 No.95257

File:1660680214090599.gif (1.3 MB,566x800)

>>95233
I usually don't do it unless I see a lot of others doing it, then being the only anon might as well be a name but I'll keep that in mind, I saw a lot of names when I was scrolling through, but I'll toss it.
like this, huh? There are actually a lot of options on Kissu I've never seen anywhere else.
but who know what they do

 No.95258

File:1624697972453.png (936.16 KB,817x695)

>>95244
There is nothing unusual about using greentext the correct way.

 No.95259

>>95257
admin #2 does name changes with events and sometimes from a random set of names, probably saw those.

 No.95288

File:the birth of Vivian.png (1.46 MB,1600x5888)

Today is /v/'s daughter's 8th birthday.

 No.95289

>>95288
gators organizing any kind of event?

 No.95290

File:e9f182d6b590f283ed33bd7a6f….jpg (62.61 KB,567x802)

>>95289
Not really, but the remnants of the GG community on 8moe are posting as many images of Vivian as they can in their general.
https://8chan.moe/v/res/672867.html

 No.95291

i'm a gator
i game

 No.95293

>>95288
>>95289
>>95290
I know people like to say chanology was the turning point in western imageboard culture, but honestly, I think a case could be made for gamergate being the real moment when things started shifting towards where they are now.

 No.95295

>>95293
I only got involved with imageboards in 2016-ish and I'll admit election drama sort of got me I to it, but I stayed for non-political reasons. As I remember it, a lot of oldfags were there funneling new blood in either intentionally or not because they already hated 4chan after m00t lost his mind and tried killing two anime boards on an anime website.

In hindsite not the 400 IQ move he probably thought it was.

 No.95296

>>95293
Chanology and OWS were the seed of "internet activism", but GamerGate was when "sides" were taken and the surface internet became divided in "left and right".

 No.95298

>>95295
>m00t lost his mind and tried killing two anime boards on an anime website.
Are you referring to n/a/ruto and...?

 No.95304

>>95298
maybe saying /m/ is his favorite board?

 No.95305

File:mod (14).png (37.54 KB,249x638)

>>95126
guy is like one of those North Korean generals with all the medals

 No.95306

>>95216
Welcome! I think you'll fit in just fine here.

r/anime would be fine if it was only the users that used the sites for the 2D/otaku subreddits, but like a lot of bigger sites the crossboarders ruin it. This isn't even going into the whole scrutiny r/anime gets from the rest of the site for political and bullying reasons but that exists too.

The notes you write on things could help if you leave reviews on anilist or somewhere like that.

 No.95309

>>95305
I forgot half of these are boards. I remember /toy/ wasn't too bad last time I checked it.

 No.95514

File:Just say my name next time.jpg (133.1 KB,640x884)

>>95298
m00t declared /jp/ to be the new /b/ at the same time and caused a refugee crisis but maybe I'm wrong and an internet lorebeard can correct me. I had forgotten about /m/, I guess he kind of killed 3.

>>95296
Internet activism was inevitable but the way it's so permeated everything to a nauseating degree is a shame. You can't even go to a wrestling forum without someone spamming pictures of the latest current thing that finally gives current people a voice for current issue and these people know what they're doing. I won't pretend I'm above it all but I can respect others interests enough to know I can literally just open 5 different websites on my browser and get political in places where its welcomed.

>>95306
Thanks anon, glad to be here. I've considered writing reviews on anilist but I am a pathological procrastinator and I don't know how to fix it, and if I did, I'd probably put it off.
I have about 6 sidequests on my plate and I need to figure out how to progress on at least one at a time. Picrel hes talking about me.

Can someone give me a QRD on why soyjak.scumbags apparently hacked lainchan over a dispute about 4/qa/ and what soyjak even is? I have only encountered hatred for the site and if they participate in hacking imageboards for being comfy I can kind of understand why.

 No.95519

>>95514
Teen site that seems to have a few programmers that are interested in doing anti-social thing

 No.95523

>>95514
what's your anilist

 No.95543

>>95514
As far as I'm aware, none of them hacked anything, just spammed.

 No.95550

File:ErKKNvfXAAEncoy.jpeg.jpg (182.36 KB,1105x2048)

>>95523
I dont have on yet, I'll probably make one later. Actually no I won't i just remembered my terminal procrastination hold tight, and... IceTeaSea riffing off my Mangadex username, I'll fool around with it later I hear it has a pretty decent algorithm.
https://anilist.co/user/IceTeaSea/

>>95543
I guess the site owner just wiped his slate clean, the dev notes or whatever you call dev notes for a website mention needing to rebuild the board.

 No.95608

I didn't hack anything, just spermed.

 No.95616


 No.95623

File:1661453818185092.png (29.72 KB,273x288)

Cloudflare has started doing its "Please wait, checking your browser" thing on 4chan's captcha page, causing many users to have difficulty posting.

Current thread on 4chan about it:
https://boards.4channel.org/g/thread/88292821

 No.95627

an additiona leak from the rogue janitor. a screencap of part of the ban evader information sharing thread on /j/. it's too large to attach - https://i.imgur.com/a9Vv3uc.png
do you see your name on the list? do you remember any of the friends we lost?

 No.95629

>>95627
He failed at screencapping this. It's cut off at 2014.

 No.95631

>>95627
oh yeah some of those names are a real blast from the past. the good ol days...........

 No.95632

>>95627
no 2018+, so won't be able to find anything qa related

 No.95663

>>95627
Looks like pretty ordinary administrative comings and goings.

 No.95664

File:1597215247026.png (1.13 MB,1660x2400)

>>95623
it's sad to be reminded just how many mobilefags there are when they all crawl out of the woodwork during such times.

 No.95666

lots of people use mobile phones to post on Kissu

 No.95667

>>95666
stop trying to poison the well satan!

>>95629
I think 2014 was a pivotal year for /j/, it was when the Aussie hacker aired quite a bit of dirty laundry, then obviously there was further reform and cleanup in 2015. They seem to have stopped using it as much after that, and moved the juiciest things to Discord, which can have even further pockets of protection based on heirarchies within staff.

 No.95669

>>95667
Bad speculation.
You can see exactly how many posts are missing, they are still actively using that thread.
/j/ has always been dead, the previous leaks showed that the IRC was where most of the action was going on. That's moved over to discord.
All in all, nothing has changed.

 No.95670

>>95669
bad speculation or not it seems to me you're saying basically what I already said; it's not on /j/ basically.

anyways, totally unrelated but apparently since at least a month now "sage" with a lowercase s can be used as a name. Some seem to have realized it already but I haven't seen it mentioned explicitly anywhere.

 No.95695

He's getting banned if he uses racial slurs on kissu again, since he's only here for this thread I was giving him just warnings, but since you're trying to defend him, I'll straight up say it.

 No.95698

>>95695
RIP to the racial slurs

 No.95706

the racial slur poster

 No.95748

>>95680
>>95695
haha
I didn't even notice your "warnings" as I only read and discuss the cool happenings in the thread.
you have no need to worry anyway as happenings are thin on the ground lately so I won't be posting again any time soon
I wasn't interested in kissu when you created it and I'm still not interested now. (except for happenings of course!)

>>95706
>>95698
Racial slurs are Otaku Culture. there, I said it and I am not ashamed.

 No.95762

>>95748
You behave appropriately for kissu or you leave.

 No.95764

File:1576547676351.png (268.99 KB,1200x1200)

>>95748
>Racial slurs are Otaku Culture.
Imagine being this out of touch.

 No.95777

Imagine unironically defending the owner of soyjak who fucking ruins boards. Bunch of fucking slackjaw faggots.
You are as culpable for their crimes if you defend them in anyway.

 No.95780

>>95777
if you want to continue this into a discussion, make a thread on /b/ about it. Kissu doesn't change who it is because there's someone people don't like on it.

 No.95790

File:141ef795856b1ff943e7e6f478….jpg (2.93 MB,3840x2160)

Today marks the 8th anniversary of GamerGate. 8chan.moe is honoring it with a global green-purple theme and a pinned GamerGate thread on /v/.

 No.95799

>>95748
>I won't be posting again any time soon
Good.

>Racial slurs are Otaku Culture. there, I said it and I am not ashamed.
You're free to think whatever you want. Doesn't make it true though!

 No.95813

i'm a racism and racial slur otaku

 No.95993

Is this it for /bun/?

 No.95995

>>95993
It's for any imageboard happening, so yes

 No.95997

>>95995
No, /bun/ is down.

 No.95998

>>95997
My condolences I read your post wrong.

 No.95999


 No.96002

>>95997
wonder if the lingering CP spam finally caught up with it, or if he just decided it was enough

 No.96003

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-08-31/cloudflare-hints-it-won-t-cut-ties-to-site-linked-to-harassment

The statement is about Kiwifarms, but in their retrospective on the actions they took against 8chan cloudflare expressed regret in that they see themselves as a utility which should be available to all no matter what opinions or ideas they express. Meaning that people afraid of having the same happen to their imageboard probably have nothing to worry about anymore.

 No.96004

>>96003
They're basically implying that the government should be going after these people and not cyber security(and etc.) companies. That trying to get the company to be a substitute for the law is a mistake, and that removing cyber security protections on the internet to encourage people to cyber attack a website goes against the interests of the Internet.

So basically encouraging the individual doxxed to form a legal case against the website or get legislators to side with them. It's a sensible opinion. 4/qa/ was basically destroyed by so called community moderators who refused to discuss things with the administration and get them to see their case, instead resorting to criminal actions that only created factionalism

 No.96005

File:1596942729364.gif (15.35 KB,500x500)

>>96004
>. 4/qa/ was basically destroyed by so called community moderators who refused to discuss things with the administration and get them to see their case, instead resorting to criminal actions
LMAO
M
A
O

 No.96008

>>95997
I think it's happened before in that way. You could try checking their IRC channel on rizon if anyone still uses it

 No.96043

File:IMG_20220830_175624_135.jpg (223.06 KB,1280x853)

Kirtaner was raided by police, who seized all of his electronics.

 No.96047

>>96043
guess this is truely it for 420chan.

 No.96048

File:42611601_p0.jpg (528.26 KB,1080x720)

>>96043
Links?

 No.96049

>>96043
being the leader of the hacker legion ain't easy

 No.96050

>>96005
I haven't seen that horizontal-vertical-text-meme-thing (I don't know what it's actually called) in years!

 No.96055

>>96050
on 4chan it got filtered a few years ago I think

 No.96063

>>96055
Good.

 No.96148

>>95993
bun is dead. I just talked in the IRC. The host pulled the plug and everything was deleted from the servers without warning. Bun did not usually delete the illegal spam instantly, but everyone figured there was an understanding that it was dealt with in a reasonable amount of time for the host. It's something imageboards unfortunately have to deal with.
If there are any archives or backups they would be third party copies, so someone could step forward if they have them as the admin does not.

 No.96149

>>96148
Rest in peace, Bunbunmaru.

 No.96150

>>96148
The deletion of illegal content was unacceptably slow and intent to resolve it was not there.

 No.96291

File:bricked.png (792.37 KB,1855x800)

/g/ is getting bricked

 No.96293

>94941
>mentioning that place at all
I hate the webring. Dead site full of undesirables. Terrible people with terrible moderation.

 No.96294

>>96293
Technically the webring is a group of sites with self-updating board lists for each one of its members.

 No.96296

I miss 8chan.

 No.96366

9chan.tw is shutting down in 6 days. From its board message:
>We're going to shutdown 9chan on September 14th. We don't feel we have enough moderation resources to stay on top of all the things we need to. So please archive what you want and let your communities know where to find you next.

In unrelated news, 8kun.top (and The Daily Stormmer) is offline, probably because their CDN, hosting and anti-DDoS company VanwaTech is being attacked after it began to offer its services to Kiwifarms.

 No.96367

>>96366
so much for infinity next

 No.96368

>>96367
more like infinity never lmao

 No.96491

8kun down since hosting infrastructure was used to support KF

 No.96499


 No.96609

File:Untitled0.png (13.5 KB,827x216)

I have a feeling /vg/'s 400000000 GET came from fujochan.

 No.96623

>>96609
I think /feg/ just shitposts about fujoshi. This is the first time I heard of Fujochan.

 No.96628

crystal cafe is fujochan anyways

 No.96750

https://old.sage.moe/
>Update 2022-09-17: Added the 50 million missing 2007-2008 /b/ posts! Read about this and other changes here.

 No.96761

>>96750
it's time to find my cringe newfag posts!!

 No.96763

File:1654808455105.gif (89.25 KB,378x450)

update: i found them and it hurts

 No.96780

what's /bun/?

also why is lolcow down

 No.96785

>>96780
Bunbunmaru was a /jp/ spinoff, the oldest one, made in 2009. It was far, far more active around 2009-2013, but still had a post every week or so at the time of its death. Notable for being a spinoff that had people passionate about Japanese stuff instead of general shitposting with random touhou images that became the identity of so many others.

 No.96799


 No.96807

>>96763
Post them.

 No.96816

File:no thanks.jpg (12.67 KB,258x195)


 No.96839

File:1508035963584.png (193.63 KB,624x334)

I didn't know jaw.sh of the InfinityNext disaster also was the kiwifarms admin.

 No.96843

>>96839
Yes.
Also 9chan was shut down in the 14th, in case you didn't notice.

 No.96844

>>96839
That side of the internet is a pretty small circle, but very good at creating drama

 No.96848

Please keep the thread focused on imageboards and not internet drama battles. There are many, many places to discuss the latter.

 No.96849

>>96848
was tangentially about 9chan

 No.96957

File:1550627826373.png (21.78 KB,800x600)

What happened to 2kind?

 No.96959

>>96957
I think it's just temporary downtime. They were going to change host.

 No.96960

File:screenshot.png (14.75 KB,1161x74)

>>96957
Problems with the host, there was actually a thread created around a week ago on there where the admin announced /kind/ going down. iirc he said the issue was fixed after a day or 2 but then this happened anyway.

In any case, this is the shelter thread:
https://anon.cafe/shelter/res/3340.html
(look at the last few posts, since that thread's been used multiple times in the past)

 No.97201

4chan mod uses his HTML posting powers to be a dumb frogposter on /v/:
https://boards.4channel.org/v/thread/613640546#p613646206

 No.97202


 No.97231

>>97201
should have covered every part of the screen in frogs like that one part of the old testament

 No.97246

>>96960
So the admin went missing and they couldn't pay the site bills/respond to host issues?

 No.97247

File:c7129c20694fb2c1a273a5666f….png (11.79 KB,393x130)

The wording they use sounds distracting. Like he had a problem with the site and left, but I don't think that's the case

 No.97248

oh I'm reading things from Feb

 No.97249

>>97247
>>97248
>>97246
Can't find out anything more than "host pulled the server. They had their reasons"
Maybe they had malicious file uploaded...

 No.97262

Today is 4chan's birthday (October 1st) in some parts of the world.

 No.97278


 No.97279

Please keep thread about happenings. You're free to make threads about other stuff.

 No.97286

>>97278
So it's a neat UI for proxy posting on 4chan? Seems pretty cool.
Although, no offense intended, people are naturally providing their IPs to access it so it's something privacy-oriented people should keep in mind.
Maybe an imageboard tools/scripts/css/etc thread would be a good idea. Then again, I'm not sure how many people are interested in that sort of thing.

 No.97289

>>97286
Use a VPN. You can't post on 4chan without a residential ip. You could use this website and use a data center ip and post on 4chan. You see the difference?

 No.97290

literally behind 7 layers

 No.97297

>>97290
I beg your pardon?

 No.97298

File:4chan_19_birthday_th.jpg (357.76 KB,600x727)

4chan's 19th birthday art is a Calvin and Hobbes parody. When someone thinks of the carefree innocence of youth they think of 4chan? Makes as much sense as Yotsuba, I guess.

 No.97299

>>97298
I mean in a way 4chan is pretty representative of the current youth so I'd say it fits.

 No.97300

File:4chan_19_birthday.jpg (840.26 KB,2377x2880)

>>97298
Better res, also some easter eggs:
- moot's cat face along with his and Snacks caved in the log.
- Pepe sleeping next to the river.
- Anon fishing in the background.
- Amongus hidden in Hiro's left ear.

 No.97301

>>97300
>- Amongus hidden in Hiro's left ear.
heh

 No.97315

Those images makes it seem like Hiro doesn't just completely ignore the site

 No.97318

sometimes you just gotta shut it

 No.97877

File:dead.jpg (280.17 KB,2242x726)

8kun was spammed so bad that Jim had to implement a two factor authentication measure that requires a phone app to work, and while it stopped the spam it also killed the little activity that remained in the site.

 No.97881


 No.97892

>>97315
Makes sense if you follow the logic of Hobbes actually just being an inanimate toy.

 No.98039

Dreamchan is down.

 No.98053

>>98039
It's just the SSL cert

 No.98269

speaking of collecting trash, i found someone archiving that site on shodan

 No.98273

File:meirl.jpg (Spoiler Image,48.15 KB,640x639)

i know i'm pretty late to this, but man do i miss 420chan. yes, 99% of the users were permafried but it was still fun to lurk and post in sometimes. i also miss the old net character board...

 No.98277

Reminder that this thread is about internet happenings, not internet personalities.

 No.98281

File:8kun.jpg (573.78 KB,2234x1426)

>>97877
8kun's activity 9 days later.

 No.98282

>>98281
Why doesn't it surprise me that qresearch and /pol/ would be perfectly fine with having phone authentication...

 No.98283

>>98281
Those active ISP numbers are low

 No.98296

Perspective on the above:
That number is unique IPs in the past 72 hours.
So lets just disregard the trump board on that site and look at what else it has to offer...

Kissu has more unique IP addresses in half a week than their entire site excluding Q... and this is no exaggeration.

 No.98298

>>98281
I'm surprised 8kun even came back after all the communities made their own boards.

 No.98311

>>98281
Wow, /cuteboys/ was still going...
I honestly have a bit of nostalgia for the first 1 or 2 years of 8chan, it was a bit of an imageboard and irc renaissance and there was some genuine fun to be had before /pol/ took over the site and the fun people retreated back to 4chan or other boards.

 No.98321

I think it had been eventually been revealed that Jimbo actually had some secret hidden Q board set up during his tenure at 8chan whose activity outright dwarfed all but the most active boards on the site.

 No.98332

>>98321
Yes, that's /qresearch/. It had around thousands of posts per hour and active IPs, being on par with /mlp/ in terms of activity.
The board became visible over a year ago due to a bug, but since Ron, 8kun's main dev and admin, quit his job nobody bothered to hide the board again.

>>98311
>Wow, /cuteboys/ was still going...
It's just one or two bots necrobumping Discord threads. The actual board (and 99% of the site) is not only dead, but even its old images were lost forever due to a server failure that happened a while ago.

 No.98408

pfft they should have a qaresearch board instead!

 No.98423

File:Ffc5RdTaMAASmlE.jpg (191 KB,1280x1280)

on Twitter yesterday everyone celebrated Shirou day, by using the same avatar of his face.
I don't really get it, but it was funny.

 No.98683

>>98311
I miss /cuteboys/ it was fun while it lasted. Might have been posting there too young, but oh well.

 No.98710

antisemitism thread on 4/jp/. how's that related to otaku culture at all. i sincerely wish rapeape gets what he deserves for ruining 4chan

 No.98922

This thread is getting quieter and quieter...
Miss the days where there was always a new happening to read every day or so.
Sorry, gonna shut my mouth now.

 No.98923

>>98922
I think a problem is all the happenings are either in, or dwarfed by real life now...

 No.99239

>>98922
We are in the post-happening era now.
The eternal nothing burger that just never quite digests in our stomachs, leaving us hungry.

 No.99314

>>95514
moot trolling boards was a normal and largely welcome thing that happened to every notable board over the years. The /jp/ thing was just him evading the question of his favorite board at a con in a way that everyone knew was a big joke. The impact was basically just flushing out the catalog before everyone was done laughing and went home. /a/ was probably the board that loved him the most when he left. It's bizarre to me how those events could be interpreted any other way even by people who weren't there.

 No.99316

¥ This thread has nothing happening it in but I'm going to sage because I don't want to point out a potential interesting conversation

 No.99317

The last major event was 8kun and then there's some stuff relating to heyuri and an attention whore who's banned for trying to use the thread to promote himself. So that's that

 No.99318

I ought to write up a quick and stupid if-statement so that no one can sage in this thread anymore
Edit: I did it

 No.99321

Well, people have generally reserved this thread for big events, but if things are slow we could try to include fun threads or projects that people are doing at various places? That's something I thought about mentioning a few times, but I never got around to it.

 No.99322

File:1642967840616.jpg (322.51 KB,1280x960)

Channeling that maverick spirit of ancestral /qa/, perhaps we need to begin a "create a happening" general.
Then our our happenings thread will have things to discuss!

 No.99326

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 No.99341

>>99318
huh... so it just gets bumped?

 No.99342

doesn't get bumped on /all/

 No.99343

you've heard of autosage, now get ready for autoage

 No.99349

permaage

 No.99472

>>99321
hmm? what kind of projects? I hack on a chan-related project every once in a while...

 No.99540

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Not particularly a happening, but while browsing the archives I noticed a new type of spam on /jp/. Strangely it's some sort of tame interracial spam that follows the pattern of "[Touhou character] is having hot baby-making sex with X-year old [random African name] ([Touhou character] is importing men from Africa to increase the population of Gensokyo)." The quantity and speed of spam seems relatively low so they're likely posting by hand which is stranger still.

 No.99541

File:waterfox_23UUtmDvr0.png (128.61 KB,1194x537)

https://www.smat-app.com/timeline
This was posted in the 4chan happenings thread (yes I'm still there for some stupid reason) and it seems kind of interesting. This is a site for "tracking hate speech" on some platforms and it includes 4chan and 8kun, but you can use any word. September 3rd was a particularly bad day for Bulbasaur discussion.
I could have sworn there were already ways you could do this, maybe on some archive sites, but this seems like a faster way of doing it.

>>99540
Ehhhh....

 No.99543

>>99540
I blame /trash/'s blacked general for this.

 No.99544

>>99540
Oh, the poor idol tiktok generals!

 No.99558

File:wapchan down.png (1.04 MB,1794x1232)

Wapchan, a small board known for retro anime discussion on /ar/ and /lum/, has been raided and forced offline for the time being.

 No.99559

>>99558
Hopefully these spammers get drafted...

 No.99564

>>99540
Oh, I know about this one.
On 2chen.moe's /tech/ board they have /cumg/ threads and in there there are some people using 'ecker, an alternative frontend for 4chan, to spam those. It lets you ban evade and get past the captcha automatically but to use the public instance you have to send the gay furry admin a picture of your own peepee. https://git.sperm.tech/mrq/-ecker/wiki/Use-Me

 No.99577

>>99558
is this WAPchan - Kuon?

 No.99580

>>99558
really wonder who could be behind this..

 No.99584

>>99577
WAPanese

 No.99597

the wap poster

 No.99598

>>99558
a story as old as time

 No.99602

>>99558
They're back now.

 No.99616

>>99602
Good to hear.

 No.99655

>>99558
How attackers managed to shut it down (temporarily) even though it was getting regular moderation:
>As it turned out, I had misconfigured the software on here, so even though images were being "deleted", they still remained in the filesystem. This allowed a malicious actor to file a report about some illegal content previously though to have been deleted, which caused our host to take down the site temporarily. I take responsibility for not catching this beforehand, but this does not change the fact that this was a deliberate attack on the site. This has been fixed and all relevant material has been deleted, hashbanned and reported.
[from their /meta/ board]

 No.99662

>>99655
Damn, you have to be real careful running a board these days. Good thing they managed to get that all fixed up.

 No.99664

>>99662
It happens when you make a mistake modifying the software.
Various software like to not give you errors whenever something didn't do what it was expected to do.

 No.99665

also can be confusing if you use cloudflare since things linger on their cache servers when it's not on the actual

 No.99799

/a/ just finished drawing the other Bocchi's ED:
https://boards.4channel.org/a/thread/245271218
It's neat.

 No.99815

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64chan is back, website has been alive for a couple of days now and it's gaining activity.

 No.99816

autoage saves the thread again

 No.99817

I guess it really does only work on /qa/(board itself) huh

 No.99829

>>99815
64chan has been yo-yoing between alive and dead for years it feels

 No.100035

File:booba.png (476.48 KB,1765x889)

https://boards.4channel.org/vp/thread/52285704
/vp/ mod has a sense of humor and interest in the new pokemon release it seems

context: Pokemon Violet/Scarlet are pretty glitchy and unstable at times, among other things. I'm still having fun though.

 No.100046

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tiktok general got banned again
2chen was down overnight as a result

 No.100056

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 No.100062

>>100046
I do find it odd that tiktok dancing videos is somehow child abuse. A creepy activity to collect these videos, but not exactly harmful on its own.
The actual suspicious thread has been removed since they wiped their /jp/ board clean, the /jp/ junior idol thread that similarly to cum/g/ was also banned from 4chan. I'm guessing they'll just move host and registrar and revive those threads in a bit.

 No.100079

>>100062
grey area csam is less about the content itself and more about how people are using it

 No.100318

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All posts on /sp/ now have USA flags

 No.100319

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>>100318
Alright, this is pretty hilarious.

 No.100320

>>100319
Oh wait... I'm just completely American. I thought FIFA was the video game and the World Cup was the World Cup, didn't realize they were the same thing....

 No.100321

What, is the football thing over already?

 No.100325

>>100079
More like who's posting it. Can't exactly ban minors for sexualizing themselves.

>>100320
FIFA is the organization that hosts the WC, among other things. USA didn't win either, they just made it through the first round, which is why the celebration was so short-lived. It's just banter.




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