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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: April 2nd, 2021

 No.75354

File:firefox_A0Xzy5c27J.png (18.64 KB,558x190)

>>75353
As an example

 No.75363

>>75043
is the Cloudflare glowing?.
it help me open gov blocked web using DoH tho.

 No.75365

>>75363
what?

 No.75707

A certain meta chain was moved to >>>/b/7851

 No.75759

No news is good news.

 No.75835

>>4165
Mark Mann might step down from being a mod of >8chan.moe /v/
Thread: ( https://8chan.se/v/res/371410.html )
Archive: ( https://archive.md/ZybIq )

 No.75911

LMAO chris-chan drama over twitter and r9k

 No.75917

>>75911
Your post contains almost no pleasant words.

 No.75918

>over
>and
If Kissu had a Bayesian filter removing stop words a post like that would be flagged as spam.

 No.75922

>>75835
>I'm gonna be starting my own business, I don't wanna say too much since the last time I did, someone took the basic concept and created Discord, but yeah basically I'm going to approach some angel investors and hopefully market a successful product that people will enjoy.
How does 8gag attract this degree of insanity

 No.76255

File:funkg.png (44.76 KB,360x360)

/vg/ finished their Friday Night Funkin' (a Newgrounds music game that has become quite popular) mod, and the music is quite catchy:
https://boards.4channel.org/vg/thread/346451436#p346507138
Gameplay video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTXQrrpRqiY

 No.76438

File:1628695259458.webp (367.24 KB,943x669)

Supposedly the Roskomnadzor has gone on a block spree of websites. Known ones are Kiwifarms and Kohlchan, but without a proxy on that service hard to actually test.

 No.76439

File:vgvdDON.png (52.06 KB,664x668)

ah yeah, I was looking through some boards and also found this one blocked http://www.kanal4.org/

>>76438
it's actually easier than I thought to check.
https://eais.rkn.gov.ru/en/#form

 No.76445

>>76439
Is it mostly non-Russian sites? Are any Russian imageboards talking about it?

 No.76451

>>76445
I don't speak the language. This is some Russians discussing what it means for them to keep posting on it.
https://kohlchan.net/int/res/12844489.html

 No.76452

perhaps a poster's reply is related:
>Its because of 2D guro. Harmful for children. Not because of loli threads.

 No.76453

guess I should archive that thread anyway https://archive.is/wl4BX

 No.76514

File:ibtfo.PNG (856.11 KB,1898x961)

/g/ sticky celebrates satania's birthday

 No.76624


 No.76625

>>76624
heh...

 No.76627

Masami Suda (character designer for fist of the north star) died at 77yo

https://boards.4channel.org/a/thread/226973047

 No.76628

>>76627
2021 not a good year for manga....

 No.76629

>>76627
RIP
I really loved the characters design

 No.76760

I've found that the CP spam has been documented by some unindexed forum, or a discord
https://rentry.co/chans

It has come to our attention that Ganbatte is running a Paedophilia network of spambots.
The lead admin is called Patch is running bots from South Korea and Russia.
As a result some of the chans listed here are currently hosting pizza content posted by the bots and those that are infected are moved to the very bottom of the list until the content is either removed or the site gets seized by the authorities
I suggest you open these links in Tor Browser for the time being.

 No.76761

>>76760
I would take this with a truly gargantuan grain of salt as the people involved in those places thrive on conflict and conspiracies and it's extremely difficult to find any solid information if it exists in the first place.
This seems like a good site list, however.

 No.76762

>Patch
Isn't that the mentally unstable faggot who creates imageboards with little to no rules, spams links to them on every other known imageboard and then deletes them after two weeks because somebody pointed out this behavior in a thread? I heard in the past that he had a tendency for spamming CP on sites that "rivaled his", but I didn't know he was responsible for the spam with links to shady "CP packs" too.

 No.76766

>>76627
For a moment there I thought this was about Hara Tetsuo, the king of Men (漢). That still sucks, though.

 No.76786

File:88772614_p0.jpg (1.83 MB,1325x1600)

Do you guys know that 4gag is completely infested with bots?
A lot of the posts (perhaps the majority) aren’t made by real people.
Maybe you already know this but I want to bring it up...
I’m only beginning to understand how bad things really are...

(Personally, I think the “resident schizos” on 4/qa/ aren’t real people either, they’re bots. How else can you explain the constant flood of utter garbage on the board? 24/7, 365 days a year?)

 No.76787

>>76786
I mean it probably seems like it from all the posts, but I think that's more the average populace than bots...

 No.76793

>>76786
I know personally that /biz/, /qa/, and /pol/ are horrific about it.
I'm sure plenty more have them as well.

 No.76795

>>76786
How do you know this?

 No.76798

https://archive.is/7FdoW (https://blog.kolyma.org/fighting-spam/) is linked on the rentry.co site.

Do you think they were covering up, or at least protecting these sites under their hosting service intentionally, or do you think this post is sincere?

 No.76799

>>76795
Constant verbatim posts, that are regularly posted and not pasta, but ones that seemingly feign discussion for whatever reason.

 No.76800

>>76798
I don't know what content they had on their website initially. Beyond petty social engineering those guys don't do anything illegal. They're more interested their USSR roleplay. Idk where that site was even linked anyways.

 No.76801

>>76800
its on rentry.co/chans - and dont they do hosting for the "ganbatte" people? that was my takeaway

 No.76802

>>76799
Oh yeah, I know what you're talking about. You see them the most on boards that the mods don't care about.

 No.76803

>>76801
what >>76761 says. I wouldn't focus on talking about speculation. No one likes these ads on their sites.

Most of the links on that page resolve to 4x13 and by extension sageru

 No.76804

>>76786
That's true of basically every large open discussion platform, isn't it? I know Reddit in particular is especially bad because of how easy it is to make a bot that just finds popular posts of images/videos from a few months ago and reposts them verbatim. At least with a site like 4chan (or parts of it anyway) it is marginally more difficult for bots to blend in with discussion and there isn't much reason to set a bot up there unless you have a personal vendetta against a particular community.

 No.76805

>>76804
>At least with a site like 4chan (or parts of it anyway) it is marginally more difficult for bots to blend in with discussion and there isn't much reason to set a bot up there unless you have a personal vendetta against a particular community
1. set up bot to fetch posts from archives
2.????
3. worked for accelspammer back in the day every time he didn't make it apparent that it was him

 No.76811

>>76786
acid?

 No.76814

>>76787
I agree.
There's a saying that goes something like "don't attribute to malice that which can be explained by incompetence". Similarly, I don't think a mass of stupid posts on 4chan is necessarily any sign of botting as much as it's a group of teenagers that are easily entertained, at least when it comes to most 4chan things. For boards like /biz/ or /pol/ with real life implications I can definitely see bots as being fairly common, and /b/ had struggled with bots making porn advertising threads for many years. But 4/qa/? I don't think you need bots to salt fields that are already barren. It's just another team 4chan moderation success story, no grand conspiracy of automation needed.

 No.76898

File:1625782069579.png (542.85 KB,935x955)

https://archive.is/licMu
Around a month ago there was another vice article about 4chan, for some reason focused on /k/...

Read at your own peril.

 No.76901

>>76898
I'm not sure exactly how to feel. It's certainly more nuanced than the typical, "hur 4chan bad racist ebil white young men", but it still tries to link it back to real world activist crap that's associated with /pol/, and not /k/. It's obviously written by someone who is a clear outsider, and it definitely shows. The fact that they actually bothered to consult someone who isn't a retard like the 8gag people is good I guess, but I think that came down more to sheer luck than being well-intentioned in covering /k/.

All I can really think to say in response to it is, "Okay?" I really don't get what they sought to do in covering /k/ at all.

 No.76908

I have a bad feeling that ota is dead forever this time.

I hope you're okay oatmeal. I know ota has probably been extra stressful to moderate this year, more than it has ever been before.

 No.76909

>>76908
It went down for around a month this time last year too. Maybe there's something about this time of year that just came up for which otamin needs to take the site down?

 No.76910

>>76908
I stumbled to ota a while ago at https://8chan.moe/ota/ and got curious but never looked deeply to it

 No.76911

>>76910
That's not the ota he was talking about...

 No.76974

>>76901
I wish someone with actual know-how would write about the problems with 4chan. It's a terrible website used by terrible people, but you need to have experience with it to know exactly why and how.

 No.76987

>>76974
its greatly over exxagerated. Whining about it all day is whats really terrible

 No.76988

>>76987
I know 4chan stinks because I've been using it for the better part of a decade. Don't you tell me what is and isn't exaggerated!

 No.77069

File:nanochan logo.png (79.19 KB,640x640)

Nanochan, a Tor-only imageboard, has been suffering from neglect from its administrators and mods. They seem to only check the site every few days, and the admin seems to check it even less.

They have left day to day management in the hands of a "trial volunteer" by the name "hikari". Trial volunteers have limited power; they are allowed to hide posts from the default view, but can't permanently delete them. Hikari is not a good moderator; he deletes posts because they disagree with his pro-pedophilia opinions, and he is wrongly convinced he can identify anonymous posters on a Tor-only board, claiming everyone who criticizes him is the "scat spammer."

Because the board was getting spammed regularly, one of the non-trial moderators changed the captcha to what is intended to be a harder version, in which the user has to compute the derivative of a polynomial to post. This significantly decreased the posting rate. The supposedly harder captcha is much easier to automate than the regular captcha, and because of poor design, there is a way to spam at a high rate without decoding the captcha image at all.

The change in captcha did not prevent spam, and as of right now the site is frozen, possibly due to a recent spam wave. If so, this would not the first time in recent history a spam wave has shut down the site. Attempting to post gives the following error:
>500: Internal Server Error
>cannot rollback - no transaction is active

 No.77074

>>77069
I thought nanochan's hole claim to fame was the admin being insane. The mods being about the same seems like the site's in line with it's original objective.

 No.77075

>>77069
Which one? I remember reading that there were two or 3 "nanochans" due to autistic mod fights.

 No.77077

I don’t think Congress knows how imageboards work. I wonder how slow /j/ is or if they even keep irc logs. I guess they have discord logs now maybe since the janitors have a server. Just not sure what they could even get from 4chan other than mods/jannies power tripping.
https://january6th.house.gov/sites/democrats.january6th.house.gov/files/2021-08-26.BGT%20to%204chan.pdf

 No.77078

>>77077
They want them to put forward evidence that they weren't involved with the QAnon capitol storming. If they can't provide some form of evidence they plan to take the site to court.

About time if you ask me

 No.77080

>>77077
I know owning 4chan would be cool and all, but I don't at all like the precedents this threatens to set.

 No.77081

>>77080
Governments are allowed to investigate businesses that operate in their country. The benefits of free speech don't apply if you try to overthrow the government that offers it to you.

 No.77082

>>77081
Describing the events of January 6th as anything other than the capital police mishandling their opsec is disingenuous. To then say 4chan or any business is responsible for the government’s own failing is grasping for straws. The government anyways shouldn’t be able to do anything to 4chan as despite its failing it is probably the closest of any of the major social media sites to upholding the spirit and letter of the law in of section 230.

 No.77083

>>77082
What is this revisionism. Imageboards that promote "free speech" have always been a centerstone of radicalism. It's about time the US get their shit together.

 No.77085

>>77074
>>77075
Are you thinking of the hapa supremacist guy? He was running an alternate nanochan on and off, but not currently.

 No.77086

>>77085
Yeah, that's the one.
I didn't know there were many versions of the same thing. Seems like they're tied together by insanity

 No.77087

>>77083
I think you are reading more into my post than what I am meaning. Also you misunderstand the principle of free speech. It necessitates the tolerance of what peers call radicals. If there isn't a tolerance for radicals and radicalization then there isn't free speech.

 No.77088

>>77083
4chan doesn't have "free speech" in the sense that you are allowed by mods to organize illegal events such as this. Sure it allows people to stew in radicalism but saying that's specific to imageboards is wholly disingenuous since even on other big platforms, facebook especially, this occurs. Saying the US gets its "shit together" is asking them in regards to this is asking for them to address a problem of independent people hosting websites and not giant corporations that will adhere to strict laws. I don't want that.

 No.77089

>>77087
Free speech is destroyed by radicals and requires regulation. Strict adherence to free speech by nature destroys itself.

>>77088
Mods on 4chan don't delete events that are on the grey area of legality. Various events have worked to promote the agenda of individuals who go against the idea of freedom. It's about time the US gets their shit together and fucks up any platform that promotes damages to the free world.

 No.77090

>>77089
Who does the regulation? Free speech is promoted by the existence so many diverse view points such that no one view has the power to overwhelm the others. Any sort of regulation will automatically give the regulator a controlling power over all other views. One of the core objectives of free speech is to prevent might makes right scenarios where the only way someone can show the validity of there idea is by physically fighting over it instead of verbally talking about it. The only form of radicals or beliefs that destroy free speech are the forms that promote restriction or regulation.

 No.77091

File:[Commie] Bishounen Tanteid….jpg (343.38 KB,1920x1080)

>>77089
In the name of such virtuous causes such as "saving the children" or "opposing radicalization" you get reform that further restricts general individual freedoms to combat a fringe population. In terms of internet censorship this usually means making the web more centralized and hard for individuals to stand up on. Especially with the recent pushes for section 230 reform that would inevitably end up with websites being more unmanageable for individuals leading to more control and activity flowing towards corporations.

Personally I find them despicable, but they are damn effective in tricking fools to be persuaded into giving the government/corporations more control over their lives.

 No.77092

>>77077
Discord does keep logs of everything including images and voice chat. I guess they could check for any talk about the event in regards to deletions and such, but it will be a test to see how long 4chan keeps the IP information. Although, there's certainly people stupid enough to share images of themselves there so who knows.

 No.77093

>>77090
Regulation exists no matter how hard you wish that it doesn't exist. Regulation is the very nature of society. If a religious society is allowed to bring up people to value the church more than expression of free religion then the church controls speech of those people. If a country promotes nationalism then the country decides what speech is.

Free speech exists in the Western world at the benevolence of democratic governments. If you let another force control it it's gone.

>>77091
Opposing radicalism is intrinsic to protecting free speech. If a group of people are allowed to discuss together "hypothetical" means to overthrow a democratic government then they need to be regulated because they threaten the existence of free speech.

Section 230 doesn't exist in many countries yet they still promote free expression. However for some reason in the US it shelters some of the worst sites that no one wants around.

 No.77094

>>77093
I didn't say opposing radicalism was wrong, but that it's a convenient justification for abuses of personal privacy.

 No.77096

You're acting like 4/pol/ and other boards were involved in the unplanned boomer touristic visit to the capitol in any way. The most they did was spam threads about the event, then spam threads about how much it sucked and how retarded everyone involved were. Nothing was coordinated there (they're too paranoid and stupid to do anything), individuals calling for action were disregarded as "glowniggers" and sometimes deleted. The most 4chan got "involved" was a thread on /k/ about a fat fuck wearing patches sold on an online "/k/ommando store" that isn't related to 4chan in any way.

 No.77097

>>77093
Regulation of speech always existing is not a reason to not oppose increasing it and it does not say anything about if regulation is harmful to the principle free speech
You may think otherwise but I believe to the point of saying I know regulation of speech is antithetical to the principle of free speech. A Free society doesn't decide what speech is; it lets each individual member decide what their speech is and further each individual member allows other members to decide what their speech is. The only interaction a government can have in regards to free speech is through the regulation/restriction of it. There is of course no functional difference between regulating or restricting free speech.

 No.77098

>>77097
then you are an ally of totalitarianism is the last thing i have to say.

 No.77128

>>77069
Looks like posting came back at UTC midnight. And apparently the site is 3 years old now:
https://web.archive.org/web/20190804143725/https://8ch.net/tech/res/991375.html

 No.77509

File:36F1A53B-911C-4EF2-86EE-E2….gif (413.1 KB,500x90)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

god I miss when old /qa/ wasn’t completely irredeemable and utter shit

 No.77743

https://oilab.eu/an-overview-of-4chan-b-archives-what-is-left-of-the-internets-cesspool/

This looks like it goes into detail about what archives there are of /b/. I haven't read it yet, but the length and images and names mentioned makes it seem 100x more informed than the typical write-up.

 No.77771

>>77743
It's not a bad article. But it and the other articles on the site seem to mainly be a Very Serious effort to investigate why them 4channers are such right wing hitler nazis. The article approaches things from that direction and mostly seems to be interested in the history of 4chan/b/ only to the extent that it can answer that question. Yawn to that. In any case thanks for sharing

 No.77774

>>77771
I guess it makes sense when you look at their 'about' section:

>Open Intelligence Lab or OILab is an Amsterdam-based collective of interdisciplinary scholars scrutinising online political subcultures on the fringe and lesser-researched corners of the Web.
...OILab follows the provocation that data is the new oil in order to make sense of new political currents in the digital sphere.

Heh. That's quite a strained analogy for the OIL in their name. I guess we're destined to only see papers on memes and politics in regards to imageboards. Maybe it's better this way.

 No.77881

>>77069
Update: The "hikari" volunteer went on a massive deletion rampage. It was reverted, and his privileges were suspended. Shortly afterwards, somebody started posting child pornography, which has yet to be deleted due to the lack of active moderators.

On the technical side, the side goes down about 1 in every 3 days. It is down right now. One of the users made a text only bunker at:
http://y6nbn6b6ynxqll425lhx6h2rwaaiar34fpfatqjn4ajvnybzprwvv2id.onion/

 No.77883

Why does Nanochan have so much drama involving mods?

 No.77885

Tor and any form of centralization don't work together. Having a mod team will always fail and admins can't be anything more than developers. Trying to treat an onion site as a clearnet site is disaster in progress or leaning heavily on the honor system.

 No.77886

>>77883
Lack of supervision from the admin, plus most of his mod team losing interest.

>>77885
>Tor and any form of centralization don't work together
Can you elaborate on why?

 No.77887

>>77886
policing content is impossible and the people who endorse tor won't let the admin get a good idea about the people's personality leading to bad actors or misaligned team chemistry

 No.77891

>>77887
It seems like a traditional "staff loses interest" thing to me and that's not limited to TOR. The problem is that the result of that situation is magnified by TOR just like it is with anonymous imageboards over forums with account systems.
Keeping a TOR imageboard clean sounds like a tremendous amount of work.

 No.77903

>>77883
The sort of people who use both TOR and imageboards are not exactly the most stable. And I'm saying this as someone who is in that bracket (don't worry vermin, I don't use it on kissu)

 No.78063

File:1631836330351.png (318.49 KB,1280x960)

Some guy posting his old OS-tan collection on /g/.

https://boards.4channel.org/g/thread/83412748

 No.78064

File:1196613748469.jpg (392.23 KB,1024x768)

>>78063
cute firefox

 No.78066

>>78064
I still have an old "Lolifox" add-on that replaced error pages with ones featuring that girl and extra buttons.

 No.78071

>>78063
I think I have alot of these actually but I never share my horde. Pretty sure I saved most of mine from Pooshlmer or iichan or something; hard to remember all those vague hazy days sitting at a computer.

 No.78102

https://(k)uz.lol/ask/936073.txt

that guy says it's 'regretful' he didn't have good relations here

 No.78103

>>78102
¥From: that guy
¥To: that guy

I'd like to register this bridge to Kolyma be blown up by the local #jp chapter

 No.78104


 No.78105

I don't think I can find where anyone asked

 No.78440

File:21c8ff2361160d363bc9a6cdf4….jpg (433.77 KB,843x1200)

I made an imageboard and it's doing well!

luckily I have avoided the types of drama I see in this thread

 No.78442

>>76786
As a counterpoint to it being mostly bots I have reposted random threads and posts for years just cause I think it's funny. Fairly often some anon will assume I'm a bot/script.

There's probably a fair number of others like me.

 No.78528

>>78440
Does it use an existing software, or did you create your own?

 No.78562

>>74815
>sites spammed with CP by some idiot
>some idiot, Profile: Tokiko
is this for real lmao

 No.78563

if only zun!bar were here...

 No.78596

>>78562
what a fall from grace

 No.78636

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 No.78638

>>78636
Can't believe 4chan is already old enough to post on 4chan... And I can't believe the illustration doesn't reference that.

 No.78639

>>78636
No mootykins? And why is green Aqua there?

 No.78651

>>78636
hahaha they referenced NOT!Sanae

 No.78706

>>74815
lmao
how can i be added to the list i wanna be on there and have a little mugshot like those wanted dead or alive posters

 No.78712

File:regimechange.png (174.41 KB,1172x425)

>>77069
New update on the nanochan situation. After a period of frequent downtime and anarchy, someone escalated the child pornography posting to hurtcore material. This pissed off hoshi, the last remaining moderator who had been somewhat active, enough for him to become active again and clean up the board. Hoshi also removed a large number of orphaned files which were eating up disk space despite not being referenced in any posts. This seems to have improved the stability of the site, with it no longer going down one day in every three. Hoshi made a post (pic related) declaring himself de facto quasi admin in endofunctor's absense and seeking input on changes to the site.

 No.78713

File:60126827_p0.png (2.19 MB,1405x1530)

>>78712
cute pink

 No.78717

>>78706
Become an avatarfag or tripfag and spam CP on his sites.

 No.78719

>>78712
Looks like he reinstated hikari, so any hope of him governing the site well is pretty much out the window.

 No.78720

did this place even have anything going for it besides it being tor-only (which I personally don't really see as a good thing given what kind of people tor posting generally attracts)

 No.78723

>>78720
There have been some interesting technology threads, although they were often focused on what some would see as paranoia.
http://nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion/g/4908
http://nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion/g/8140
http://nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion/g/10655
http://nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion/g/14880
Regarding the site itself, it has actually working moderation transparency (Kissu and nanochan are pretty much the only imageboards that do this correctly), and I think the way you can download the database so that anyone can make a clone of the site if the original goes down is nice.

 No.78724

>>78723
>I think the way you can download the database so that anyone can make a clone of the site if the original goes down is nice.
wasn't there some 8gag or webring controversy over this? I thought I heard some site had scraped boards and then postured itself as an alternative in an attempt to capture the userbase from the site they were scraping from or something.

 No.78725

>>78724
I've posted about nanochan bunkers using its database in the past, but I don't recall them being touted as an alternative to the original. The closest thing I can think of to what you describe was when Watkins seized Hiroyuki's 2channel and Hiroyuki made a clone by scraping the original.

 No.78726

>>78725
I wasn't talking about nanochan in particular, I just thought I had heard some other site in the webring or 8gag splinter sites doing that.

 No.78727

>>78723
>Kissu and nanochan are pretty much the only imageboards that do this correctly
I'm a dork, what are they doing right that other sites are doing wrong?

>>78724
8chan.moe has a tool to "import" boards from other sites into it (and any other Lynxchan-based site), but I don't remember any controversy caused by it.

 No.78730

>>78723
He's talking about, at least in kissu's case, how you can see every mod deleted post on /trans/.

I wouldn't say other sites are in the "wrong" though, as personally I couldn't care less about something like that as it really doesn't impact my experience one way or the other but I guess it's something that placates some people.

 No.78743

>>78723
> it has actually working moderation transparency (Kissu and nanochan are pretty much the only imageboards that do this correctly)
what does meguca do wrong?

 No.78745

>>78730
I could live without it, but it's a plus. It's probably most useful for newcomers who want to see if the way a board is moderated is agreeable to them. As for doing it wrong, a lot of sites have a version of this where they log only the reason for the deletion and not the post itself, which is typically useless because of mods with an overly broad definition of "spam." (An exception is that if the mod has a policy of not deleting anything, you can check that the log is empty. But I don't think that's good moderation.)

 No.78747

>>78743
Good point, I should include meguca based sites in the list of sites "doing it right." And there are probably others I haven't thought of.

 No.78780

Spin-off wojakniggers raided 1chan and all of its threads are gone.

 No.78783

>>78780
sushigirl too

 No.78785

>>78780
Didn't even know you could still post on 1chan. most of the time those sites give you an error or the post never goes through.

If the owner or anyone else doesn't have a backup then who cares. The site has been around forever and if no one bothered to preserve it then they have themselves to blame for it disappearing.

 No.78792

In the future I highly suggest not feeding antisocial kids the notoriety they crave, least of all those borne of team 4chan's malice.

 No.78823


 No.78824

>>78823
*their streamer's twitch profits leaked.

 No.78825

>>78823
Everyone is focused on the streamer profits, but does this mean there's going to be proprietary code released that will help other websites do streaming? Could be quite a boon to people wanting to get away from Amazon and Google.
And add some nico text scrolling while you're at it.

 No.78826

>>78824
it's twitch source code and streamer revenue if i'm reading it right

 No.78827

>>78825
Not how it works. You can't just lift the code unless it comes out that Twitch used GPL code or licensed code that requires downstream edits to retain the same license for usage and redistribution.

 No.78829

>>78825
text scrolling is already a thing if a streamer decides to enable it

 No.78832

File:33063e83c5b6100bfcb96818bb….jpg (271.03 KB,1790x1998)

if the posted data was correct, that means only the top 6900 twitch channels generate more than us federal minimal wage of revenue

 No.78843

The /g/ thread was moved to /bant/ which presumably was done to kill the link on external sites. The thread was also deleted on /bant/. As a side effect its archived /g/ form on warosu is screwed up, which you can tell by the lack of dozens of ghost spam ads.
This is the /bant/ archive page on its best (in my opinion) archiving site: https://archive.nyafuu.org/bant/thread/13578558/

I recommend not visiting archived.moe without ad-blockers and/or selectively blocking javascript. Here is the archived.moe page of the /g/ thread: https://archived.moe/g/thread/83691438

 No.78844


 No.78845

>>78842
Very nice, Hera is #3007
https://www.twitch.tv/hera

 No.78853

>>78785
You're thinking of the wrong 1chan

 No.78887

File:waterfox_luP9QRiyGh.png (61.97 KB,672x220)

Great (but old) news for Desuchan. It's still not online today, but the backup exists and it will be brought back at some point.

 No.78914

>>78785
I remember 1chan being so easy going that in 2017 during my strong imageboard curiousity phase I managed to access their moderation/board panel with hardly any trouble. They must have simply not cared.

 No.78919

>>78853
There's multiple? I'm only familiar with the train one.

 No.78964

>>78919
Oh, then you are thinking about the right one. Sorry for the mistake.

In addition to 1chan.net, which is what we're talking about, there's also 1chan.us. It's a general purpose imageboard that's noteworthy for 1. requiring registration before posting (although you can still be anon if you want) and 2. using tags instead of boards. It's been literally unusable since 2017, and kind of had a crap community anyway.

 No.79025

2ch been down for awhile now today

 No.79027

Huh? It's working fine.

 No.79028

>>79027
I meant russian 2ch

 No.79040

>>79028
>russian 2ch
What goes on there?

 No.79329

File:waterfox_XHBhdLKhfE.png (11.19 KB,652x54)

Nothing terribly interesting, but warosu is no longer archiving new posts of /g/ and /tg/. Another sign of the times as /vt/ dwarfs every other board archived on warosu combined, so a choice was made.

 No.79360

Looks like there's a new (text only) archive on the block with 2005-08 content from that one archive.org guy's dump a couple years ago.
https://old.sage.moe/_/articles/about/

 No.79522

soyjak[.]party is the 4th largest english imageboard

 No.79523

>>79522
I refuse to believe this, particularly because it is non-organic activity.

 No.79524

>>79523
what do you mean by this?

 No.79525

>>79524
It is "active", but it's activity is without substance since there is nothing resembling discussion. To consider it the largest anything is farcical.

 No.79526

>>79525
4chan has very little substance, but we all consider it the largest 4chan imageboard.

 No.79527

>>79526
4chan is the largest 4chan yes.

 No.79528

>>79522
How do you know it? What are the other 3?

 No.79529


 No.79530

>>79524
I think he means lots of bots and manual spamming. You wouldn't have called those old intl and related boards huge and active because they had hundreds or thousands of spam posts a day, would you?
Besides that, you then have to gauge the content of the posts and how the board is being used. Most people exclude places like hima, meguca or doushio when talking about activity because the posting format is a rapid-fire chat room atmosphere where a full sentence can be rare to find. It's an apple and oranges comparison towards more traditional places with multiple threads focused on different subjects.
I don't think I could compare it against other imageboards for these reasons.

 No.79532

>>79526
4chan can at least have substance

 No.79533

>>79522
based on what?

 No.79542

>>79533
posts per day. whatever your guys' opinions are on "what counts", objectively speaking, its the 4th largest.

 No.79544

>>79542
So what are the other 3?

 No.79547

>>79544
why doesnt someone make a list based off averaged-out PPD over the course of a year~?

 No.79549

>>79547
Don't know and don't care to find it. You're the one who brought it up.

 No.79550

>>79549
Chill out. I didnt bring it up. Stop being so uptight and rude

 No.79552

>>79550
Sorry. Didn't mean to come off like that. I just mean I searched for it and couldn't find it and I literally don't care to search anymore.

 No.79555

>>79542
are you excluding sites? from a glance these seem faster or similar to soyjak[.]:
4chan
leftypol
meguca
2chen.moe
onesixtwo.club
8chan.moe
endchan.net

 No.79571

https://bbsdirectory.neocities.org/timeline/index.html

Someone from Heyuri made a [Incomplete/WIP] timeline of anonymous bulletin boards

 No.79605

>>79571
He should have left some form of contact.
I would like to give information about Brazilian imageboards.

 No.79606

>>79571
Weird that they classified a bunch of imageboards as BBSs. I wonder why they did that or if that was just a mistake since it looks like there's two Western BBS categories for some reason.

 No.79607

>>79605
Imageboards are BBS's..

 No.79622

>>79619
I don't know what an IP/admin page thingie is supposed to mean...

 No.79672

>>79542
Kind of a lame metric if you ask me. Spam aside, it doesn't account for posts per user. A small imageboard used by schizos who post all day every day is going to have more posts per day than a larger one with a more chilled-out community.

 No.79675

Is there any archives besides shite old warosu that archive /sci/?
their cloudflare just infinitely sniffs my browser and gatekeeps me out of them

 No.79677

>>79675
https://boards.fireden.net/sci/
https://archive.wakarimasen.moe/sci/ (only goes back to when it started which was late 2020)
https://archived.moe/sci/

If there are others I don't know of them because I never used /sci/.

 No.79679

>>79677
thanks alot, I actually can't believe I forgot fireden exists

 No.79693

>>79677
Looking at those posts via the archive was my first direct exposure to 4chan in years, and it's amazing just how much it sucks now. I mean, it was awful before, but jesus fucking christ.

 No.79864

it's dead

 No.79866

File:4qa.jpg (601.22 KB,2560x1360)

90% of 4/qa/ was wiped out, and attempting to post there returns a "Performing site maintenance. Try again in a little while." error.

 No.79868

File:qa is dead.PNG (10.31 KB,421x139)

4/qa/ is getting potentially axed

 No.79869

good riddance

 No.79870

end of an error

 No.79871

error 404 quality not found

 No.79872

File:1538952319899.jpg (183.42 KB,1280x720)

Maybe they are making room for a couple of new boards that will focus on niche otaku hobbies which will potentially make 4chan somewhat useable for an audience that is genuinely interested in things and isn't there just to shitpost and constantly be angry about something?

Hahaha....

 No.79873

File:[Alexvgz] Azumanga Daioh 2….jpg (69.15 KB,745x734)


 No.79874

File:welcome to qa.png (422.73 KB,1534x1129)

The wojakbot finally broke one of them, amazing.
Incidently, now is the best time to make meta threads on any given board.

 No.79875

File:Screenshot_20211103-183512….jpg (58.39 KB,784x189)

>>79874
Started about a week ago, I guess. Every now and then I check it out to see how bad things are, and every single wojak thread was deleted.

 No.79876

rest in piss

 No.79878

it's good to hear that /qa/ is still keeping up the tradition of spam
wonder when the mods will learn they can't actually control what or how much people post

 No.79883

File:aids.jpg (819.46 KB,2560x1338)

/bant/ is the new host of the cancerjaks.

 No.79894

I feel like crying, /qa/ was the funniest board

 No.79895

File:1589403561659.gif (1.79 MB,500x281)

>>79894
FOR ME TO POOP ON

 No.79914

>>79868
ALTERNATIVE: Probably because it sucked

Hmm and why did it suck again? Surely nothing to do with the 5 years of total mental Barneyfag baiting let wild.
Fucking piece of shit, he's an alternative to useful.

 No.79918

File:qa12.jpg (50.3 KB,600x400)

>>79866
>only 12 threads on /qa/
this must be a sign from the 12

 No.79923

>>79918
13 including the sticky. sign of the apocalypse.

 No.79924

File:00b4a0eb59.png (531 KB,1903x767)

>>79923
You were saying?

 No.79925

>>79924
there influence has no limits

 No.79928

i'm glad there's a harapan thread up

 No.79933

newfag to kissu here. How familiar are you guys with that guy? Apparently this site is on his list of banned chans, and he's got some sort of a bounty linked whenever you type "kissu" on sites owned by his network. I ask this because he's being a megasperg on 4-ch and some other sites. What are the deets on this mysterious figger?

 No.79934

File:buttons.jpg (35.47 KB,601x601)

>>79933
"That guy" did some weird form of advertising where he posted about himself in the happening thread here, people got annoyed and posted about some things he allegedly did, argued about it, and he hasn't been here since after claiming to be wrongfully portrayed. People though Heyuri was novel, and that's the extent of the influence outside of the occasional post in this thread. No one cares, and I doubt he does either.

 No.79935

>>79934
>No one cares, and I doubt he does either.
Quite the contrary, he seems to care, a lot. He cares so much that he's obviously samefagging in several threads, that all started with him advertising his rinky dink network. I wouldn't even care enough to ask about him if it wasn't for the fact that he's invading several small spaces I enjoy posting on, with his shady imageboard "business". I've seen his type of personality in other people before. I've seen him raid in action, in a server that has nothing to do with imageboards, and used alts and did it several times. Then when this shit comes back to haunt him, he acts like it's all slanderous lies evil people are telling.

 No.79936

>>79935
Well, at any rate, if he has any illusions of grandeur, his reach doesn't extend here. Kissu has pretty good spam mitigation and competent, active moderation.

 No.79937

>>79933
Well, you've ran into the name filter so you know part of it already. The general idea around here was that it seemed to be a whole bunch of manufactured drama without any coherent connections to anything. I don't have any hard feelings towards him or his users.
I agree with the other guy that heyuri seems very nice.

 No.79938

>>79934
ayy, I finished that mission two days ago

 No.79942

>>79935
This post is just a lie. Not only do I not own a discord account or have participated in a raids, you seem to have completely bought into the falsehood that I think imageboards are a business. I dont, nor have i ever claimed such a thing. I dont advertise "my network" really, the 4-ch thread was relevant to the topic, and I deliberately avoided posting links to the software I designed that was being discussed. You havent "seen me" anywhere, just because someone puts on a username "that guy" doesnt mean its me.

This whole situation has made me quite annoyed recently, especially when people make spam posts or raids in my name. I have absolutely 0 interest in committing raids, because as you can see here, they just come right back and harm my reputation.

Something about my "incorrect" way of speaking and my small amount of knowledge about the ettiquites of a foreign board just makes me seem more annoying than im trying. None of this helps when made compacted by a person whos associated in this site.. who self-proclaimed goal is to "drive me off the internet"

My message must keep getting lost during my convey-point to others. If I can find someone who is more PC and who has a better grasp of the english language, and one who does not have a poor reputation, than I would hope they can take my place and become face for many awesome softwares and services that are planned.

I never made a post where "its me", but this is an appropritate time. This thread has been pissed on .. Sorry...

 No.79948

File:32.PNG.png (40.99 KB,586x425)

>>79942
Either a really good shitpost or obsessed kuzpost.
>This post is just a lie. Not only do I not own a discord account or have participated in a raids
>you seem to have completely bought into the falsehood that I think imageboards are a business

 No.79949

File:20201116_231704.jpeg (1.75 MB,3264x2448)


 No.79950


 No.79951

File:1.PNG.png (44.38 KB,812x418)


 No.79957

File:01B3E06F-4155-45EC-B705-4….jpeg (123.5 KB,726x1024)

/qa/ is locked. all the threads except a select handful have been deleted. any attempts to post will claim that the server is down because of site maintenance.

https://boards.4channel.org/qa/catalog

 No.79959

File:__miyamoto_frederica_and_s….png (300.95 KB,800x800)


 No.79960

>>79948
I dont see a correlation with it, that doesnt even look like me or do I talk in that way

I dont think its me that is obsessed.. considering you have what looks like over 30 screenshots of clotheless young boys and discord screenshots saved to your computer, and I just made one post.

This "front on" approach is hostile for very little reason

 No.79964

90% chance anyone gives a shit about this guy is because they are him or one of his . He's irrelevant other than when he pushes his relevance. Hard sage, get a life.

 No.79965

>>79959
don’t bully me. I WILL cry.

 No.79970

Don't care who's doing it but "that guy" obsession is pretty annoying so please if you want to stir drama in it take it somewhere else.

 No.79978

>>79976
Who are you quoting?

 No.79984

File:qa.jpg (280.02 KB,2560x778)

>>79957
It also has 3 threads left.

 No.79991

This /qa/ thing and some discussion about it made me think that hiro must be the only one permitted to delete boards and his lack of presence is leading to some minor issues. I think it's too early to say /qa/ will be deleted, but its current state now joins /qb/ the April Fool's board and /asp/ the alternative sports board that had turned into a wrestling shitposting board.
For those who may be unaware, /qa/ was frozen back in 2017 for a few weeks. People assumed it was deleted for good, but it came back. However, I feel I should stress that hiro was a pretty regular poster on it until late 2019 so it's possible he was the one that solely decided it should stay.

 No.80006

>>79984
yeah, I just noticed that. it's like mods are trying to say "these two threads (not counting the sticky) are the only ones that aren't complete shit" lol
>>79991
I hope /qa/ comes back as a meta board and soyjak is banned. soyquoting is textbook shitposting, which is breaking a global rule, and should be banned on all boards save a few like [s4s].

 No.80011

>>80006
leave [s4s] alone, they already lost their brackets, haven't they gone through enough?

 No.80033

File:2021-11-05-005049_1175x195….png (30.77 KB,1175x195)

>>77069
After nanochan declining to the point where most of its traffic was from a single /pol/ RPer talking to himself, the admin suddenly showed up:
http://nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion/meta/8#post28787

 No.80036

Who could have forseen that curating a board to be a cesspool of spam would result in this? Whatever occured was as much the staffs fault as it was the shitposters.

 No.80042

why does 4chan not support mp4 video?
it's older and more widely supported than webm

 No.80043

mp4 is bloated as hell, so much space for so littyle. May have been other reasons, I think that was the main one.

 No.80044

>>80043
The difference isn't as big as you make it sound. And if some paternal instinct of video quality is the reason why is there no vp9 support?
4chan has file size limit so I don't see why rapeape or moot cares if people want to upload shorter x264 videos with same size.

 No.80045

>>80042
i don't know if that's their reasoning but aside from the supposedly higher efficiency (vp8 isn't that much better than h264, and vp9 and AV1 still aren't allowed for some reason) there's the fact that the webm container is far more stricter when it comes to what kind of things you can put in it, meanwhile you can encode 10bit h264 mp4 videos which most browsers will have trouble with (I can't play them in firefox for example)

 No.80049

>>80006
Since /qa/ was put on hold the soijak shitposting has gone down 95%. Some boards are far more tolerable since you don't risk someone posting those disgusting images as much.

 No.80050

>>80045
vp8 isn't better than h264 at all, it's basically a copy of h264 with the stuff they thought patent holders could win a lawsuit over removed

 No.80051

>>80050
*on a technical level, at least. In general Google's VP8 encoder is more likely to degenerate into blockiness than a good H264 encoder at the same filesize. Being supposedly patent-free may be an advantage, but that's all up to courts and lawyers. Some places just don't recognize software patents.

 No.80377

1 week since 4/qa/ was frozen. Still frozen

 No.80378

>>80377
3 more to go if repeat.

 No.80382

Still no confirmation from anything credible, but some websites like 4chan itself are pretty sure that Lowtax has died.
I don't follow all the gossip and drama stuff, but I remember laughing a lot at his articles 20 years ago, and of course some kid from there made some imageboard at some point.

 No.80383

I never used SA even once personally. Didn't like forums that much even back when they were the norm, nor IRC. Imageboards were my destiny.

 No.80387

>>80382
4chan's global news post is credible. Has 4chan staff ever lied?

 No.80396

all the bux in the world couldn't save him.........

 No.80397

Many people who knew him considered his issues with domestic violence. His departure from SA was marred by court cases. Wonder if death will lead him to ruin or people will just remember him as a popular forum owner.

 No.80398

"credible" source
https://archive.fo/DASPX

 No.80399

File:Screenshot_20211111-103654.jpg (98.36 KB,983x851)

>>80398
great comments btw

 No.80402

Damn who could've seen this coming!!!!

 No.80407


 No.80408

>This sucks.

>No one should die except the fash and rich wasn't one of those

>Rip in peace legend

lol

 No.80409

>>80407
i wasn't being ironic, i actually think those are great comments

 No.80411

>>80409
the ones on the gofundme are even better

 No.80413

>>80407
>if he's actually dead: lol
>if he's not: also lol
lol

 No.80414

>>80409
Then you're an idiot.

 No.80593

Second week of 4/qa/ being frozen

 No.80619

File:2D Random.PNG.png (35.87 KB,1030x208)

The title of the board hasn't changed after 2 weeks. Guess it will remain forever as the 2D/Random board, even if it's frozen.

 No.80620

>>80619
It's been that way even after everyone here left anyways. 4chanX dev probably never gonna change it because it's not important to begin with.

 No.80664

>>80593
the last flicks of warmth are all but extinguished

 No.80676

File:2021-11-18-182105_1172x402….png (85.34 KB,1172x402)

>>77069
Another update on nanochan. Since >>80033 things seemed to have improved a little, probably due to endofunctor, the admin, showing interest in the site again, reducing the possibility of it being down for long periods. Endofunctor has made a few minor improvements to the site.

The /pol/ schizo mentioned in >>80033 started leaking out of /pol/ and posting on other boards. This appears to have gotten the attention of the mods who have started deleting most of his threads on /pol/.

Most recently endofunctor has made a post proposing changes in how the site is moderated, in the hope of improving the site's quality.

 No.80704

File:__imai_midori_and_andou_ts….jpg (87.85 KB,1000x856)

Not really news but it's funny seeing those soyjak faggots get raided by smug anime girls.
https://archive.md/OgTDF

 No.80771


 No.80772

>>80771
nice post

 No.80774

>>80771
/jp/-tan is such a strange thing. /jp/ isolationist people hated it and indeed it's associated with people outside of the board, but as a character I think it's a pretty good design. It's most strongly associated with [s4s] which didn't exist at the time of the character's creation, but my theory of its association is the nijuira-seeking people of /jp/ that moved to the board so many years ago.

 No.80775

>>80771
The 10 million post was a soyjak

 No.80776

>>80774
I agree with the oddity around it. But /jp/ itself doesn't really exist anymore so who could really care what people give it as a mascot.

 No.80777

>>80774
>it's associated with people outside of the board
I would have thought all board-tans were created by the users of said board, is that not the case?

 No.80779

>>80777
I think that design was created in /v/ or /a/. I'm not sure how far back that design goes but I think there were different earlier designs. I think the closest thing to a board-tan that was indeed created in /jp/ was meido.

 No.80780

>>80777
There was also other websites for the whole 4chan house thing, and the artists were definitely not anons.

 No.80781

>>80777
she was designed by old /v/ drawfag. three angled blue or something like this

 No.80782

File:1611955133184.png (85.68 KB,317x367)

Why is /jp/ so shitty?

 No.80788


 No.80789

4chan's really starting to crack down on the soyjak kids, to the point where they're doling out permanent bans for posting it on certain boards. I'm actually surprised how proactive they're being about it.

 No.80790

>>80789
Last I used 4 regular wojak and similar ms paint memes caught you a lengthy ban on /a/.

 No.80853

File:[Shintani]_Hidamari_Sketch….png (68.06 KB,193x238)

>>80782
Eternal September, my friend.

 No.80930

The admin of nyafuu (4chan archive) has lost motivation in runningit, but it seems that he's maintaining it until he can hand it over it to someone.
https://archive.nyafuu.org/dev/thread/122/#619

 No.80933

>>80930
surprises me that anyone wants to spend money to archive the boards none of the staff care about maintaining.

 No.80951

tohno dead

 No.80952

>>80951
Seems fine for me.

 No.80953

maybe we need a policy for "X is dead" comments

 No.80955

>>80951
truOtakuHikkiNeets never die as long as they don't work!

 No.80956

>>80930
still better than just up and dying like yuki.la's admin, unless the poor guy actually did just die.
VoH is a good guy and i'm thankful to them.

 No.80964

>>80951
No it's not. It wont die until Tohno himself does

 No.80968

>>80964
Tohnochan seems to be more active than I remember it being even a few years ago.

 No.81012

>>80930
anyone have copy or summary? seems to be deleted now

 No.81013

>>81012
Summarized from memory:
OP was about developer issues with the site
Admin made a post saying something along the lines of 'I don't even give a shit anymore, if you want an archive do it yourself' in response to a large loss of thumbnails from server issues.
Some people asked if database dumps would be coming, but since /dev/ is gone I doubt it. Site will just go idle and not fix issues in the future.

Hopefully it was archived on something, but it's unlikely that anyone with effort still uses 4chan's archives.

 No.81015


 No.81020

what happened to 4chan's /qa/

 No.81021

>>81020
Scroll up a bit.

 No.81022

File:1562963269165.jpg (212.54 KB,965x688)

>>81020
meh, who cares

 No.81023

File:pool's closed.jpg (20.01 KB,372x434)


 No.81024

File:2021-11-27-141104_687x72_s….png (9.18 KB,687x72)


 No.81030

>>81024
I doubt nanochan can be saved(from itself) but I want to see this one unfolding.

 No.81033

File:2021-11-27-185314_690x445_….png (45.49 KB,690x445)

>>77069
>>80676
As promised, endofunctor has locked nanochan's /pol/ board and removed it from the board list. He has also written new rules guidelines for the site.

 No.81034

>>81033
For reference, the previous rules:
https://archive.md/VIbKH

 No.81037

>>81033
Nothing changed, cancer is still there.
What a disappointment, not that I expected much. Nanochan is dead, let it go.

 No.81063

Someone edit the OP to say that the thread isn't for documenting spammers.

 No.81065

who is this ¨V¨ guy I keep seeing is he like a virgin lol

 No.81067

not after all those nights with the /qa/ boys theyre not

 No.81355

>>4165
https://bvll.neocities.org/ccd0/
this is the list as it is
the other list went to shit for some reason

 No.81568

A guy on 3chan posted a big text archive torrent from 2004-2009 4chan, but it might majorly overlap with the dump from the archive.org guy that was already converted into that sage.moe site. The "new" bits would be the beginning and end, naturally.
https://boards.3chan.co/www/thread/189#303

 No.81627

>>81568
wish I could be happy about this but I'm much more distraught over losing yuki.la's images; few others seem to have what that admin possessed.

 No.81630

>>79957
I miss my home

 No.81639

So, /qa/ died and the happening+meta threads population haven't migrated anywhere?

 No.81641

>>81639
4chan happenings threads migrated to /trash/

 No.81642

>>81641
Didn't know that, nice

 No.81654

>>81639
There's imageboard/internet meta on kissu and other imageboards now and then, but for specifically something on 4chan I don't think it went anywhere. It wasn't on /qa/ the past few years either, just contained in the happenings thread.
Maybe you could use archives to search for active threads since they're always scraping. It would work for boards like /v/ since "v" isn't a word people use, but you're screwed with boards like /a/. Maybe do a search for OPs only with "4chan" for more general discussion?
As for the /trash/ happenings thread, it was good for a couple days, a return to proper form in fact. But, then it got linked and it's actually worse than it was on /qa/.

 No.82082

>>77069
Nanochan seems to have been recovering a little. Also the admin finally removed hikari after he blatantly ignored the instructions in >>80676.

 No.82240


 No.82242

>>82240
Has /mu/ rated it yet?

 No.82308


 No.82434

One of /biz/'s favorite mascots died

https://boards.4channel.org/biz/thread/44901746

 No.82435

File:potato.jpg (156.43 KB,537x720)

>>82308
I'm surprised the board hasn't been completely overrun by kpop yet.

 No.82436

>>82434
I wasn't a fan of the memes they were featured in, but I think it's always sad when something like this happens.

 No.82441

>>82434
Oh so that's why he didn't get a sticky on /tv/.

 No.82442

>>82434
oh shit, they’re about to dump the entire market

 No.82669

File:gdsgsg.png (2.01 MB,1877x988)

https://boards.4channel.org/a/
NEW YEARS RAVE LETS FUCKIN GOOOOOOOOOOO

 No.82672


 No.82675

>>82669
now that's a good surprise

 No.82678

>>82669
They've been doing a lot more CSS stuff lately. I wonder if it's a new guy or a returning one

 No.82787

Total outsider here. I used nanochan like 4 times, strictly to look at and curate Nazi content. Nothing of substance ever cropped up on the board, It was out of the way and not worth opening up Tor each time I felt like checking it, and the only good thread was a thread about OpenBSD and device security (its probably gone by now, RIP). I found several websites that linked to CP hosts or aggregators, and it generally seemed like the portal to the same deep web anyone would lurch it in with at first glance. Just another waste of time for the terminally online.

 No.82814

>>82669
This was fun. There were many complaints of not being able to see anything or remove them.

 No.82845

>>82669
the growing shamiko from last year was nicer, but ok

 No.83053

File:Screenshot_2022-01-07 Kemo….png (403.36 KB,1583x1096)

It would seem today is the two year anniversary of Kemono.party (RIP Yiff)

 No.83101

File:1627947931929.png (238.6 KB,467x531)

The soyjak altchan got taken down for having too much CP so this is the last /qa/ - Questions & Answers board.

 No.83102

>>83101
Good.

 No.83104

>>83101
I checked there every so often and never saw any? where was it?

 No.83106

>>83104
die freak

 No.83108

>>83101
Was it done by someone to take it down?

 No.83109

/qa/ still has the christmas theme and music

 No.83110

>>83101
cant flippin believe the weeb mafia won

 No.83111

wtf I love that guy now

 No.83112

>>83109
Usually a post needs to be made after a CSS change is made for it to go through, and of course people can't post on it. I'll have to wait until 4chan next crashes or it gets refreshed for whatever reason.

 No.83113

>>83104
I got to see dozens of CP threads be spammed on their main board (/soy/) a couple of times, but only because somebody on 4/qa/ and /trash/ alerted me of them. The spam lasted between 30 minutes and one hour on average. However, some days ago I saw single threads be up for 8 hours, so it's possible these were the cause of the party's deplatforming.

>>83109
Happens fairly often, specially on sticky threads on blue boards.

 No.83118

>>83114
only the very most quality boards would get an extra helping of fun.

 No.83136

the soy spinoff is back and soot confirmed it was down because of a cp report, supposedly it was this guy from 4/g/
https://desuarchive.org/g/thread/85124904/#85124904

 No.83137

>>83136
This made me chuckle a bit although is a frogposter.

 No.83145

There's a script spreading on 4chan named Third Eye that allows people to share images to other script users based on a booru filename, which is itself based on its md5 hash. I don't know any specifics about it, but if you want to look at it, /g/'s /cumg/ general is its origin.

 No.83146

>>83145
I have known this for a while and they also made some scripts to embed music and videos in image files. This ura image concept is pretty interesting but I refrained myself from mentioning it because too many posters were pissed off by the name of the general.

 No.83147

>>4165
>>83145
>I don't know any specifics about it
See https://git.coom.tech/futalover69/how-to-use-the-eye (fixed URL to bypass filter -mod)

MD5 link:
When you enter a thread it will search for filenames containing a booru MD5 hash, if it founds a compatible MD5 hash from the filename it replaces the posted image with the images taken from that MD5 hash.
A MD5 link will only affect it's filename, thus preserving the original size of an image. If downloaded it will download just the original image, but with MD5 name

Embedding:
The script will Embed a file onto another, so in the end you will have an image with another embedded image.
A Embedded file Will affect it's total size, because you are adding it to the original image. If downloaded you will download the original image with the added file, meaning you now downloaded two files together. But you can post it later, and will show that extra embedded file.
Only PEE and Media Embedder have embedding. Cunnysoft's Third eye does not have this feature, and you will not be able to see these embedded files while using Cunnysoft's third eye.

 No.83150

>>83101
It's back

 No.83221

File:stats.png (2.75 KB,750x59)

4chan had it's four billionth post recently.

 No.83343

File:1516296476444.png (256.65 KB,929x937)

>>83221
4chan must be amazing if it can get stats like that!

 No.83376

File:2022-01-14-497188884699142….png (5.3 KB,338x105)

Soy spinoff got deleted again for cp, now one of the news channels about soyjaks is saying that the host deleted all the data and the owner, soot, is restoring from a 5 month old backup

 No.83386

>>83376
>one of the news channels about soyjaks
Why do you need more than one channel about this garbage? In fact, why do you need a single channel for it?

 No.83388

>>83386
Ironic when half the posts in this general are about that kind of garbage...

 No.83403

its up

 No.83404

>>83403
What's up?

 No.83406

>>83147
Supposedly this was broken by 4chan dev shortly after --and perhaps because of-- people posting files with embedded cp in it. Maybe that 4chan github page thing with desuwa has something listed in it? I don't know programming so maybe it's not listed at all.
Also their general on /g/ was purged.

 No.83407

File:1529935744041.jpg (57.11 KB,302x341)

>>83404
My dick after seeing you.

 No.83419

>>83406
4chan has had filters against crude forms of steganography -- such as appending a file to an image or putting a file in a large auxiliary chunk -- for some time now. Before the filters, appended files were occasionally used to distribute CP, but more often used to distribute books or music. Although against 4chan's rules, you can still post hidden content using slightly more sophisticated forms of steganography, such as the classic method of changing the last bit of every pixel.

As for the eye thing, it's not embedding files in the image, but just putting an MD5 hash in the filename. In order to use that to distribute CP, someone would have to be hosting the CP in a well-known location searchable by MD5 hash. If you posted CP to the boorus, it would be deleted and the hash banned. So there's little reason to block it, and if 4chan did block it anyway, it would be very obnoxious, because there are lots of files posted with their hash as the filename.

 No.83433

there are two scripts, one is what you mention, the other actually embeds things

 No.83437

File:ackchyually.png (20.78 KB,700x700)

>>83433
There are 4 scripts and at least 3 methods:

Scripts:
– Third Eye: the original who introduced the MD5 method. Never supported any embedding method.
– PNGExtraEmbed/PEE/lolipiss: the one who introduced embedding and became the most popular of the bunch, also the most bloated.
– Media Embedder: like PEE but written in pure Javascript. Supports the same things as the other two.
– mrq's fork of Third Eye: added support for catbox embedding after regular embedding was blocked.

Methods:
– MD5 linking: works by replacing a normal image's filename with the MD5 of a file hosted in a list of boorus booru, then downloading the external file and displaying it next to the "native" one. All scripts support this method.
– File embedding: There were different methods for each format. Only PEE and Media Embedder support this method.
–– PNG embedding: works by appending the file in the last IDAT chunk. Metadata information is stored in a tEXt chunk.
–– WEBM embedding: the file is embedded in a SimpleTag tag, with a TagName of C00M and a TagBinary that contains the file content.
–– GIF: the embedded data is contained in an application extension chunk, usually right after the NETSCAPE extension.
–– JPG: not supported because 4chan re-encodes files in that format to stripe out their metadata.
– Catbox embedding: similar to regular embedding, but instead of whole files there's only links to catbox.moe embedded, decreasing the "host" file's size by a lot and making it harder to be detected by 4chan's filters. Only PEE and mrq's fork of Third Eye support these methods.

 No.83795

4chan is down for some reason

 No.83796

>>83795
No, it's not.

 No.83797

File:c7de3097e9.png (13.66 KB,992x339)


 No.83798

Seems like it's a few boards and the homepage. I wanted to check /biz/ and it's down.

 No.83799

>>83797
>>83798
I just checked both homepage and /biz/ and it works for me.

 No.83800

>>83795
I caught this too, it was down
but a few minutes later it wasnt

 No.83801

odd. guess they restarted the server or turned off nginx or whatever services they use.

 No.84041

Apparently a deal that guy made to soot fell through and the soy spinoff was sent into absolute dissaray for hours and almost got kicked off their hosting.

Soot offered to sell it to that guy after that guy previously said he was interesting in having it. For 1600$ in bitcoin, but after some issues cleared up soot changed his mind.

 No.84042

>>84041
Ha! Fishing for buyers for a site that keeps getting shut down for CP spam. He ought to be giving it away!

 No.84083

I hope that guy gets it in the end.

 No.84085

meguca (https://shamiko.org/) is shutting down or in the process of shutting down due to their admin (lat) resigning.

 No.84086

>>84085
never forget that being meguca... was suffering...

 No.84087

>>84085
always thought bakape was the admin because he made the namesake software

 No.84089

>>84085
someone's probably going to take over anyway, right?

 No.84103

>>84089
Looks like someone has. The way that site is organized, with a large group of people each owning different domains that point to the same server, makes it very unlikely to stay dead once killed.

 No.84105

>>84087
Bakape IS Lat

 No.84106

>>84103
They also have thousands of bunkers, spinoffs and discords that all resent eachother. Its odd to see in a community of about ~100 people this much splintering

 No.84108

>>84105
as in latvian?

 No.84109

>>84097
>a 34yo man named Christophe Poole was arrested for possessing and sharing CP
The ultimate shitpost.

 No.84141

>>84139
>manlet
Please don't use stupid chanspeak like that. It makes you sound mentally deficient.

 No.84185

>>84141
shut up retard

 No.84186

>>84185
You're doing it again!

 No.84193

File:94949605_p0 scaled.jpg (489.95 KB,593x705)

desuchan is still down about 8 months later. The admin said he had backups and was going to bring it back, but that was about 5 months ago.
Does anyone have any updates?

 No.84194

>>84187
>mass ban VPNs
Please dont.

 No.84200

>>84187
What is chanspeak and why isn't it allowed on a forum based off vichan and where all the users come from 4chan?
I'm new please tell me.

 No.84201

>>84200
Don't shit where you eat.

 No.84202

>>84200
People use other imageboards because they're not 4chan. But this isn't a topic worthy of this thread.

 No.84209

>>84041
4chan supposedly allows custom advertisements, and I noticed recently that the shithole you're talking about has ads on a few boards as well. I know Hiro has a hands-off approach to 4chan, and traffic (and thus, money) is valued over quality; but allowing an image board that exists exclusively for raiding/spamming other websites to have adverts on your site (which is also a raid/spam target) is counterproductive and brainless. I have no idea how any admin or mod would allow that.

 No.84385

File:zzz.png (580.38 KB,720x1018)

ZZZchan, one of the 8chan bunkers/offshoots with a focus on video games, just published the first issue of their "Sleepy Station" magazine about video games.
Announcement: https://zzzchan.xyz/v/thread/108987.html#114308
Download link: https://files.catbox.moe/bnsbxg.zip

 No.84386

>>84385
nice content

 No.84394

>>84385
that's pretty good

 No.84397

>>84385
"8ch spinoff with a focus on video games" is a description that makes me want to run as far away as humanly possible.

 No.84400

>>84385
Vidya really isnt my thing but its weirdly comforting people still make zines

 No.84405

k uz (name blocked due to drama), the controversial owner of Heyuri and Gurochan, just announced that he purchased Vidlii (vidlii.com) from its owner. Vidlii is apparently the 4th largest youtube rival

 No.84406

i'll believe it when i see it and even then i probably wouldn't care

 No.84407

>>84405
>4th largest youtube rival
The homepage's "most popular" videos all have less than 100 views. Pretty sure every single porn site gets more views than that, so this one's probably #infinity-1 in terms of popularity.

 No.84408

>>84407
The most popular has like 100k+

Also by youtube rival i mean a regular website just trying to go against youtube, pornhub isnt a youtube rival, its its own thing

 No.84409

wonder why pornhub never tried to compete with youtube

 No.84410

>>84409
There was a brief period where people tried using it as a youtube replacement ironically, by uploading the E3 conferences one year, but it only lasted a few weeks of people trying to upload things, and it was mostly just people linking to individual videos because of the lack of any real SFW categories for videos. I think a few years later they pulled everything that wasn't actually porn down for some reason. Pretty sure that was before the purge of non-verified accounts because of payment processors and banks fearmongering about pornhub hosting cp because there was no age verification.

 No.84411

File:7ac599_3f007d6c935e44359d1….png (215.66 KB,594x540)

>>84405
Fake and gay until you provide a source.
Also here's something that it's really happening on VidLii:
https://www.vidlii.com/vidlii_future
https://archive.is/NOcg3
tl; dr: VidLii's code is teenage moot-tier garbage and is falling apart, plus Google banned them from AdSense because reasons, so what originally was a rework of the site will become a new platform (Vili) with probably new rules, the opportunity to have AdSense again and with the possibility to migrate accounts and content from VidLii (which will become read-only).

>>84409
Because it would be extremely difficult to market a platform made by a porn company to the general public, and it wouldn't even be profitable (can't use non-porn ads or credit cards due to the puritan companies that offer these two services).

 No.84412

>>84411
pornhub's parent company mindgeek has all the infastructure so they would just need to seperate the two operations and deal with marketing. Probably more complicated than this though

 No.84413

>>84411
This is getting beyond on the bounds of imageboard meta a bit.

>Because it would be extremely difficult to market a platform made by a porn company
Not necessarily. It's not as if PornHub would just say, "hey! come to pornhub and upload your gaming videos" or something. They have the hosting infrastructure already, so they could just spin up a separate site and see if it works out. To me, it seems like a missed opportunity.

 No.84417

>>84409
>>84411
>>84412
>>84413
The problem most YouTube competitors run into is that their goal is to be a YouTube competitor. Most of YouTube's strength comes from its ubiquity. It's the place to watch and post videos, and you can't easily recreate that. No matter how good your YouTube competitor is from a technical standpoint, in the consumer's eyes it's just "YouTube with less content".

If you want to succeed, and this applies to everything, not just video hosting, you need to find a niche that hasn't already filled (or at least not well). TikTok is actually a pretty good example; it succeeded because it offered a service that YouTube didn't: YouTube is notoriously bad for shortform content, and TikTok is nothing but shortform content.

 No.84418

first read that as shitform.

 No.84433

shartform

 No.84440

>>84439
>The deal was for 600$ in bitcoin in return for ownership of s*yjak.p*rty and a backup of the site on the day of the transfer, effectively giving that guy complete control over the site.
lol $600. >>84041 said it was for $1600.

 No.84442

Newfag here, why does everyone sage this thread?

 No.84443

>>84442
Sage is not a downvote. It is used when the poster feels their post is not worthy of bumping the thread. It is also the case that many people sage by default.

 No.84446

sage is excessively used here because no one wants to be held accountable for what they post. But in this case likely because the majority of us don't want to feed a guy who samefags and a topic that could perhaps make a normal thread on documenting imagboard threads into a lolcow thread.

 No.84448

>>84443
>It is also the case that many people sage by default.
This. I usually only bump if I think there's value in people non already involved in the conversation seeing what I posted. I'm saging this post because it's basically just an extension of >>84443. But I'd probably bump a post like yours because it's a new "branch" in the conversation.

 No.84449

File:final boss.jpg (45.15 KB,500x723)

A certain name is filtered due to a history of seemingly endless (self) promotion and unfortunately it is still needed. The happenings thread is not the place to build up a mythology around a guy as the final boss of imageboards; it's meant to be a place for interesting or entertaining events concerning imageboards or related things.
As for sage, personally I do it when I think my post can't stand on its own. It's my own preference and someone can have their own reasons for doing it or not doing it. It's really nothing serious and I hope people don't take offense to it as it's not intended. People might be accustomed to the "sage as a downvote" phenomenon, which does happen, but people can have other reasons for doing it.
Speaking of, it has almost been 9 years since 4chan lost visible sage.

 No.84452

I use sage when my post has nothing to do with the subject of the thread or when I do not want to bump a thread.

 No.84454

Looks like the post was real

https://www.vidlii.com/vidlii_future

 No.84456

>>84411
Disregard my post, the Russian really bought VidLii. The announcement on VidLii changed today:
https://www.vidlii.com/vidlii_future
https://archive.is/jzIqv
Thread on one of the Russian's sites:
https://live.kolyma.org/newsplus/koko.php?res=172
https://archive.is/V1H2x

 No.84457

why do you guys take yourself so seriously

 No.84458

Your proxies are mega suspicious.

 No.84460

disregard that, i suck cocks

 No.84462

mmmmm cock

 No.84728

File:1644452446345.webm (5.46 MB,1920x1080)

Not really sure if it counts as an imageboard happening but this guy has a pretty neat trick for getting vp8 to run with AV1/OPUS codec. And i didn't want to make a thread about another thread.
https://boards.4channel.org/wsg/thread/4355905
https://gitlab.com/zipdox/zipdox.net/-/tree/master/public/t/webmtrackhack

 No.84729

>>84728
>inb4 this ends like the /cumg/ script

 No.84730

>>84728
to people who are low technical skills what does this mean?

 No.84731

Applying the VP9 functionality to VP8 such as audio webm perhaps. I dunno codecs

Great garbage thread anyways

 No.84732

>>84730
Somebody found a way to hide a video within another video, allowing to bypass the audio codec restrictions of 4chan. This trick only works with Firefox because Chrome and derivatives treat tracks differently and can only play the dummy video (while Firefox can play the hidden one).

 No.84733

File:dual webm.webm (529.03 KB,640x360)

>>84730
>>84731
It's not just the encoding abuse and I'm not too immersed into the technical space of webms outside making some basic ones with shitty compression on ffmpeg but i thought it's cool you can have the file play different videos based off what browser you're using. Even more so since the techinic seems to be corrupting the video/audio tracks somehow.

 No.84734

File:60c0fbc38d.png (519.18 KB,1690x917)

this is pretty neat as a concept

 No.84739

>>84728
Downloading that for a rickroll felt like late 90s internet

 No.84752

>>84729
Who are you quoting?

>>84739
Wasn't rickroll from the mid/late-2000s though?

 No.84808

Nyafuu, a 4chan archive site is shutting down and there's a nice warning ahead of time instead of the usual "whoops I guess the site is dead":
https://archive.nyafuu.org/_/articles/shutdown/
The data is being migrated to another archive so nothing should be lost... probably. It's best to never assume everything will go perfectly and make backups if you have anything you want to save.

 No.84809

>>84808
>The data is being migrated to another archive so nothing should be lost... probably.
The image data was already lost months ago and the admin said that they couldn't be recovered, that's why "yet another loss of data from negligence" is in the announcement because that's the previous one. Old images aren't on the new archive, and even newest images and searching don't work at this time.

 No.84810

>>84809
I meant stuff that is there right now, but yes you're right about that.

 No.84811

File:kf mentioning bant.jpg (139.68 KB,992x1190)

Kiwifarms has been down since yesterday due to a huge DoS attack (around 100GB according to Josh himself). Some users tried to set up a bunker thread on /bant/, but mods began to delete them after their first thread, while some of /bant/'s resident spammers started to attack any non-deleted KF thread.

 No.84813

>>84811
It was dumb they didnt just use /trash/ or /b/

 No.84816

>>84811
owned

 No.84817

>>84811
owned

 No.84821

>>84811
Good.

 No.84823

File:poa.st.png (696.02 KB,600x2182)

https://poa.st/@josh/posts/AGRWQnbuVzB6EpJ7fU
lol, Josh is mad at the mods for deleting his bunker threads

What I fail to understand is why they want to be on /bant/ of all places when there are boards and imageboards better suited for their special flavor of cancer. Hell, Josh even created his own imageboard some years ago (9chan) and knows how it works, why not advertise it instead of struggling to remain in a place where they clearly aren't welcomed?

 No.84824

>>84823
The answer is probably pretty stupid. It's undoubtedly something like thinking what they do is just "bants", so they want to host themselves on /bant/.

 No.84857

File:screenshot.png (134.73 KB,1320x278)

not anything major but this was pretty funny, on 4chan /g/.

 No.84859

>>84857
/g/ seems like one of the only boards with a mod that doesn't have a stick up his ass at all times anymore.

 No.84860

>>84857
this and the strawberry elephant are probably the funniest public bans I've seen in the last five years.

 No.84871

>>84859
/g/ is dogshit, dude...

 No.84873

>>84859
That's because fission (the dev) is the one who makes "bear computer" threads from time to time.

 No.84877

>>84871
That doesn't have anything to do with what I said. Yeah /g/ is pretty bad, as most boards on 4chan are, but it seems like there's a least one mod who browses it that isn't afraid of a little silliness like this. Funny bans, adding Satania to the sticky, etc.

 No.84886

>>84857
>>84859
Now I understand why the board is always filled with shit from /v/ and /pol/.
Speaking of mods, I still miss modcat.

 No.85049

>>84823
who's josh

 No.85050

>>85049
Kiwifarms owner/admin.

 No.85056

>>84823
Josh was actually paid a few 10k dollars to write an imageboard software to replace 8chan's and he spent all his time getting high in Brennan's living space

 No.85058

>>85056
The software got written and is in use now at https://9chan.tw/ (the site founded but no longer run by Josh that >>84823 wonders why the KF people don't use instead of /bant/).

The biggest issue with that attempted software migration was trying to solve efficiency problems without sufficient testing to determine what was causing them. This resulted in unnecessary rushed attempts to move 8chan to not-yet-working software. After the fact it was discovered that 8chan's original software was choking on really inefficient statistics code that Josh wrote (not the only issue but what caused the decline prompting the emergency migration attempts), and Infinity Next didn't work well enough because of really inefficient captcha code Fredrick wrote. They could have figured these things out eventually and pulled off the migration, but things went sour after Jim Watkins demanded the code be relicensed to something other than AGPL, which would have allowed him to add data collection features to the software without publishing the code for them.

 No.85174

>>85058
are any of these people good programmers or do they just sort of fall into hacking on imageboard software from being in admin role?

 No.85273

File:1438776316270.png (361.45 KB,473x675)

What the hell, when and how did Josh become kiwifarm's owner? I knew about him from his 8chan days, but I don't think he was the owner back then.

 No.85275

>>85273
For a long time, even before it was called kiwifarms(it was the "cwcki forums"). Since 2013. Pretty sure he actually met Frederick because his site was bullying people on wizardchan right after it started.

 No.85277

>>85275
My mind is completely blown away. I guess not many people must've known about it however, since I never heard him being referred as the owner of that website back then. He's ironically a huge 'lolcow' himself.

 No.85295

>>85277
>He's ironically a huge 'lolcow' himself.
Like most people into "lolcow culture".

 No.85351

Rushia was cut for breaking corporate ToS -> 4/vt/ sticky
Russia decided it wants a war -> 4/pol/ sticky
Elden Ring releases soon -> 4/v/ sticky maybe?

 No.85352

File:firefox_4ILWcbb7p1.png (9.54 KB,616x107)

>>85351
big day

 No.85354

>>85353
Moving to >>>/win/1308
This is a news topic, not an imageboard topic.

 No.85355

>>85351
Elden Ring may not have a sticky, but you can damn well expect it to be all over the catalog of /v/.

 No.85377

>>85351
Don't forget:
A cat sensed the Russia-Ukraine war -> 4/bant/ sticky updated
Wars are about politics -> 4/int/ sticky (that wasn't closed until hundreds of replies were made, lol) telling people to use /pol/
War is a big event -> activity of 4/k/, /int/, /gif/ and /wsg/ is higher than usual (although no sticky)
War started in Chris-chan's birthday -> lol, also everyone forgot Estonia's birthday
Steam Deck launches in two days -> possible lols as well

 No.85416

Why do people get so excited over stickies? Its so retarded

 No.85417

>>85416

symbol of power on an imageboard

 No.85431

File:nyafuu splash page.png (330.09 KB,723x555)

>>84808
gonna miss 'em

 No.85450

File:65372421_p21.jpg (489.84 KB,800x1130)

ate the archive

 No.85525

/v/ has some interesting CSS and music on it right now.
Not sure what the occassion is.

 No.85531

>>85525
Harmony Day.

 No.85607

File:1646176883025.webm (Spoiler Image,2.96 MB,1280x720)

Users of 4chan's /int/ (or who were on 4/qa/ back then) may remember a joke of theirs about "monkey Putin" that grew rapidly because of the Streisand Effect of a janitor culling pictures of it.
Well, here we are years later and I'll let the video do the talking:
https://desuarchive.org/int/thread/160624962/#160624998
The thumbnail spoils it so I'm giving it a spoiler, but it's not graphic or anything.

I know this thread isn't about politics or world events, but this seems like a silly thing to mention.

 No.85608

>>85607
memes control the perception of reality

 No.85609

File:tucker ghost of kyiv.mp4 (1.66 MB,640x352)

>>85607
>>85608
The Ukrainian-Russian war has provided plenty of lols. /pol/ managed to trick dumb folks into believing that Sam Hyde was "The Ghost of Kiev", a mysterious (and probably fake) Ukrainian pilot who has destroyed dozens of Russian aircrafts. Even Tucker Carlson, famous Fox News reporter, fell for it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx-SqVzg_2Q&t=9m50s (video attached includes the part in question).

 No.85610

File:pol tricks reuters.jpg (1.66 MB,2269x4201)

Another example from /pol/: some guy from /chug/ (a general about the Ukrainian war) convinced a reporter from Reuters that he was a conscript fighting for Ukraine, and the reporter included his false story in the full article:
https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/364255863/#364256848
https://archive.vn/pYuhM#selection-579.0-583.256

 No.85611

>>85609
He didn't fall for it though, he explicitly is making fun of the congressman who did fall for it, which you posted. Are you retarded?

 No.85613

>>85611
>Are you retarded?
yes

 No.85619

I don't like how political this thread is getting...

>>85610
Images like that one make me want to rip my eyes out.

 No.85620

Memes DNA of the soul etc etc...

 No.85637

gross images

 No.86222

quiet...

 No.86223

>>86222
Nothing much happening on imageboards...

 No.86224

File:wow samurai.jpg (394.15 KB,1280x720)

>>86222
4/jp/ is still shit and clogged up with generals! And /a/ is /v/ but with anime and Korean comics!

 No.86225

Some /g/uy hacked the Twitter account of the maintainer of a popular JavaScript module who some days ago uploaded a malicious version of his software that automatically destroyed the files of computers running it that were located in Russia and Belarus' territories as a way to "protest" over the war:
https://desuarchive.org/g/thread/86103413
https://archive.is/P0SBW
https://archive.is/Jf8ZM

Info about the incident regarding the compromised JS module: https://www.darkreading.com/application-security/recent-code-sabotage-incident-latest-to-highlight-code-dependency-risks

 No.86226

>>86225
i dunno if it was actually imageboard related, but it was an interesting event that ocured. Someone claimed that they were going to take the code owner to court after one of their servers documenting war-crimes located in belarus was completely wiped(but this could just be fake alegations).

 No.86227

File:waterfox_yiiVN6IAEO.png (45.93 KB,756x386)

>>86223
I'd be curious to see how many other imageboards have seen post rates fall due to Elden Ring and a certain real world event going on. The only activity trackers are for 4chan, right? I think the webring has something, but it's just current post rate averaged and not a timeline like this.
(4stats.io in case people forgot)

 No.86228

I just post on Kohl for war stuff since kissu has an allergy to glancing at anything that might cause them minor amounts of stress.

That site apparently having issues with janitors being overbearing or inadequate. Kind of reminds me of 4/qa/'s problems with mods at times.

 No.86229

>>86227
/v/ and /vg/ certainly took a much bigger hit than /a/ which seems to indicate that Elden Ring really has had a large impact on board speed.

 No.86233

>>86223
No news is good news.

 No.86257

File:firefox_3pxzoAVRHr.png (357.27 KB,1252x843)

So Hololive is holding a concert and the post rate is extremely high. I'm not sure if this actually breaks any records though.

 No.86273

>>86257
More than just a concert. It's a 2 day expo.

 No.86274

File:toh4.png (93.25 KB,230x230)

>>86257
/jp/ got a pinned thread as well. The mods really don't like that board, do they?

 No.86318

File:bf91430fe7ef493a12d502b46f….jpg (92.73 KB,790x719)

>>86225
>check second link
>first thing I see is soyjak
Disgusting

 No.86324

>>86318
Who are you quoting?

 No.86342

>>77069
>>82082
Update: The admin of nanochan has disappeared again, and the problem tvol or someone who acts like him is back under a different account. The tech problems haven't recurred as far as I know, but I wouldn't want to use the site.

 No.86343

>>86318
Who are you quoting?

 No.86347

>>86324
>>86343
mentally ill

 No.86348

>>86347
You're quoting mentally ill?

 No.86375


 No.86389

>mentally ill

 No.86395

https://boards.4channel.org/qa/thread/5368066/meta

New thread moved to /qa/. The board remains locked under "Site maintenance" however.

 No.86403

File:chicken chan.jpg (69.65 KB,585x918)


 No.86404

>>86403
Go back to your hellhole

 No.86405

>>86395
I bet your left testicle that a mod moved the thread just to get rid of the Christmas theme that was stuck in 4/qa/ for months.

 No.86406


 No.86422

>>86403
Huh, people seem really mad in that thread for some reason. And someone posted the ol' 'kuso thread' image for some reason. Kind of makes me nostalgic.

>>86404
/vp/ seems like one of the better boards on 4chan, just by virtue of being topical and having very dedicated nerds on it. I don't use it, though, so maybe I'm wrong.

 No.86443

>>86404
no need to lash out.

 No.86459

>>86422
it's not a good board, it's just not an absolute shit board like some are.
I still do enjoy a select few threads there once and a while.

 No.86595

Is there a way/api to fetch a single 4chan post data or identify what thread it came from?

 No.86596

>>86595
Whatever could you mean by this? Yes, an API exists. Identify what thread it came from? I don't understand what you mean.

 No.86604


 No.86605

>>86595
If you're trying to find the thread a post is in by its post number you can use
https://sys.4chan.org/board/imgboard.php?res=postnumber

 No.86607

>>86596
>>86604
The 4chan api doesn't has no way to get post data by post id same with find.4chan.org.
desuarchive might have a way but I don't know how to search by post id (if it's not been replied to).
>>86605
this is close enough thanks

 No.86609

>>86607
>I don't know how to search by post id
Go to a board and open the search. Right there is "Go to post number".

 No.86672

File:firefox_5SJzapVHeL.png (920.5 KB,1549x1948)

The Oscars are going on and absolutely nobody cared it was ~50 PPM, and then Will Smith slapped whoever the host was and it blew up.

 No.86677

File:4stats.jpg (191.61 KB,2048x1084)

>>86672
Have a graph to illustrate your post.

 No.86678

File:Oscars 2021.jpg (316.02 KB,1200x1200)

Also that slap was 100% staged to produce artificial drama and increase the Oscars' low ratings.

 No.86679

>>86678
he slapped him because he called his wife's medical condition a joke.

 No.86680

>>86678
I highly doubt the slap was staged as if it were they would have had something better prepared for it, or would have done it earlier into the show. I think it's just Hollywood actors getting so high on their egos that they think they're free of repercussions. And Will Smith is a Scientologist too so he's crazy enough to do that for real.

 No.86682

I don't care about the Oscars, I have not seen a western movie since the Hobbit. But I looked this up and I was severely disappointed. That was a very weak slap, if I slapped somebody it would be much harder than that and it would echo across the whole room it would be so loud. That slap sounded muffled and the other person looked fine afterwards.

 No.86683

^ t. pro slapper

 No.86692

>>86680
It was fake. It was about on par with the other hack shit they did that night in terms of acting.
>>86679
It is interesting that we have gotten to the point where an attempt at a joke is met with physical violence, and then applause for it.
I think this is the first step of dismantling comedy, honestly. I can see it now: "Comedians hurt people! There should be boundaries!", even the meme "And that's a good thing." headlines have appeared. Hollywood and coastal America in general are a bunch of thin-skinned putzes.

 No.86693

How the FUCK is talking about the Oscars an imageboard happening?!

 No.86694

>>86693
Anon got worked!

 No.86697

damn shameful is what it is
almost too lowly even for late stage terminal cancer 4/qa/

 No.86698

as usual, I blame irc

 No.86745

>>86693
well for a while most threads on /tv/ were about this

 No.86761


 No.86840

>>86395
Looking back to it that move was probably a mistake on the part of the mod as the thread seems to have been deleted now. He was likely not informed that the board was locked.

 No.86864

>>86840
The mod moved the thread to refresh 4/qa/'s CSS and get rid of the cached Christmas theme.

 No.86865

>>86864
Pics or it didn't happen.

 No.86959

>>86864
wow what a bastard

 No.86981

File:1648787392516.png (107.08 KB,625x662)

4chan's April Fools this year is... some emote gacha thing?

 No.87006

File:Screenshot 2022-04-01 at 0….png (74.03 KB,826x302)

>>86981
Also it's limited to only one emote per post so people can't even have fun spamming them or properly making joke posts like
https://boards.4channel.org/v/thread/594021139

 No.87007

File:1648793316867.png (232.83 KB,476x477)

>>86981
Full list of emotes is this

 No.87008

epic as always

 No.87009

did anyone do a cool april fools this year?

 No.87010

File:uowtumbleweedgw7mj3.gif (12.77 KB,63x34)

>>87007
I 'bought' 10 and they were all frogs and the yellow phone faces. Well, that was fun.
forum stuff might have been a better idea, but I guess it'd be lost on the vast majority of people.
There's some imageboards that have this as an innate feature, but I wonder if people get bored of them since, well, they're imageboards and the internet has a little bit more bandwidth these days.

 No.87012

>>87009
Gelbooru's spooked me for a sec

 No.87017

File:1534085386384.gif (163.69 KB,320x240)

As usual, their idea of fun is making 4chan even shittier than what it already is.

 No.87018

>>86981
Apparently the Kuroba dev (4chan phone app) also did an April Fools joke that adds a "posted from my [phone model]" to every post made from the app. I was wondering why I saw so many of those. Thought it was just some new shitposting at first.

 No.87035

>>87007
You just know that these awful things are team4chan's discord channel emotes. bleh.

 No.87049

>>87007
wow this looks kinda like the catalog view of a really shitty board

like /biz/

 No.87052

>>87006
Looking now it seems like more than just one is allowed now.

 No.87054

>>87007
A torrent of emojis, frogs and Discord/Twitch emotes. Is it supposed to be some sort of critical "commentary" or is this genuinely what they thought was worth it?

 No.87055

>>87054
Pretty sure the frogs too are all twitch emotes.

 No.87102

Looks like there's a new 4chan archive, Rozen Arcana:
https://archive.alice.al/
I don't remember exactly what boards nyafuu archived, but I think this is a copy of it. It seemed to have at least partially imported ghost posts. The archived boards are relatively small except for /vt/ which is sometimes the most active 4chan board so I hope the admin is up to it.

 No.87104

File:Powiticawwy Incowwect.png (564.69 KB,497x1720)

Mods pulled a last prank and cursed /pol/ with "OwOspeak".

 No.87105

>>87104
Wow, it's only /pol/. That's pretty funny

 No.87106

File:3e0855be3628604d57808ec8b8….jpg (296.17 KB,600x600)

>>87104
It would be funny if they made it permanent.

 No.87110

>>87105
And it's only the emoji users? Even better.

 No.87114

>>87110
it was actually just random, /pol/ schizos were making up reasons for who it hit https://boards.4chan.org/trash/thread/46634446#p46641054

 No.87213

There's a real STICKY thread on /trash/. NSFW warning.

https://boards.4chan.org/trash/thread/46621974

 No.87215

>>87213
good sticky.

 No.87257

File:[UNSET].jpg (51.71 KB,738x800)

Some guy on /g/ finds a vulnerability in 9Front (a fork of Plan 9)'s website, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology recorded the vulnerability while citing the archived /g/ thread as reference:
https://desuarchive.org/g/thread/86286230
https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2022-28380

 No.87258

>>87257
nice, love it when anime girls get slipped in official documents

 No.87398

File:image.translated.jpg (293.7 KB,720x668)

Biggest imageboard in Russia, 2ch(Dvach) admin got hard doxxed and stuff. All this around Ukraine things.
Now they have a large essay up saying not to wrongthink on their platform and are banning things according to publishing laws.

Quoting a post from: https://kohlchan.net/int/res/15701567.html#15705614
translated picture related

 No.87407

>>87398
>K correction is:they don't necessarily ban you for it, but there were cases where people got IRL banned [spoiler]to prison[spoiler] for violating Russia censorship laws and I believe that's what they're referring to.
>Artem Vladimirovich, you published a post Vkontacte containing extremist contents

 No.87410

File:squint.png (184.81 KB,460x282)


 No.87415

>>87410
Please take your dumb 4chan image back wherever you came from.

 No.87416

File:ants.gif (44.97 KB,50x28)

>>87415
Is this better?

 No.87431

Does anything interesting happen on image boards anymore? I do miss the old /qa/ before soy anything was posted. Like the 4chan secrets thread and stuff.

Anyway, thanks for listening to my blog post. Hopefully I can make some friends here.

 No.87432

>>87431
I think they do, occasionally, but you need people to see them and report on them. 4/qa/ had the greatest variety of users from 2015-2018 or so and that's what provided the greatest amount of varied content. Similarly, there could be something amazing happening on Bob's Fishing Imageboard right now, but if we don't have anyone here using it then it might as well not exist to the thread.
Maybe we've set the bar too high and we should just post cool things instead of necessarily major things. This is something I've been thinking about lately, but I haven't really had a chance to mention it. The other of course is that many imageboards are rather insular and might be strongly against being highlighted in such a way, so you kind of need to respect that.
And hello!

 No.87434

>>87432
I guess I wish there was some way to get that kind of variety back. However after reading through this thread it has 99% of that same energy, just slower. Definitely a fan.

4ch had me hooked on it for the surprising quality of posts around 2015, and that’s what made me stay there, but it’s certainly been a slow burn straight into a shell of its former self.

Are there any imageboards that you recommend?

side note, I’ve been working on merging all 4chan archive data I can find into 1 searchable database. Almost done with that, but is that even something interesting anymore?

 No.87437

>>87102
It indeed imported all it's data from nyafuu in february when the owner shut it down.
>>87415
Rude.

 No.87459

>>87434
>I’ve been working on merging all 4chan archive data I can find into 1 searchable database. Almost done with that, but is that even something interesting anymore?
I think so. It depends on the size and I guess what it might offer that current archives don't. The sage.moe site should have been hugely popular since it offered a searchable and readable version of that archive.org guy's dump, but it really seems like people haven't used it to its potential, or at least people don't talk about it. I guess it could be the lack of images, but people were so excited about it that it's strange that interest in it only seemed to last about a week.

 No.87466

>>87459
I think the big offering that I'll be able to bring to the table is actually being able to search everything. A lot of archives struggle offering search and I /think/ I found a way to do it well.

 No.87468

>>87466
It's probably of great interest to a lot of people if you spread the word about it or have others help.

 No.87479

>>87434
It would be very interesting if you can make this database available when it is finished.

 No.87605

>>87102
why'd they get rid of image statistics

 No.87606

do you guys ever get threatening emails about reporting your image board for hosting cheese pizza?
do you just ignore them

 No.87608

>>87606
no, some have over various grey-area content which are paired with temporary or permanent suspensions on services.

 No.87728

Once in a while the happenings thread on 4chan actually has something notable and this is a good example. The 4chan shimmie (booru for board-tans) seems like it might never come back, but someone has archived most of the content if someone ever makes another one:
https://desuarchive.org/co/thread/129590458/#129602894

>>87606
Threatening how? Do you mean from the host or from random individuals? You can try to demonstrate actions you've taken to fight it, I guess. Cloudflare has this, although from what I've seen it doesn't really do anything against the stuff that imageboards usually get: https://blog.cloudflare.com/the-csam-scanning-tool/
Generally speaking if you take care of deleting it in a reasonable timeframe you should be fine, but hosts have their own predilections with this..

 No.88238

I'm not sure how many people will recognize the site http://desktopthread.com , but it has suffered a "There has been a significant hardware failure. 2 hard drives were lost: The primary hard drive and the main backup drive."

If you're not familiar with the site deeply, I'm sure you've at least used it once or twice to check a tripcode before.

 No.88607

A chat bot that has been trained on several years of /pol/ posts has been shared on 4chan.

https://boards.4channel.org/g/thread/86675480
https://playground-beta.gpt4chan.com/
https://github.com/yk/gpt-4chan
https://zenodo.org/record/3606810

It's quite accurate. I'm not sure if it says more about the model itself or the current level of discussion on 4chan.

 No.88608

>>88607
That's some hilarious stuff. Also wonder if people were right that it was trained on old data given all the mlpol-like comments

 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

File:1652060191891.png (2.17 MB,1920x1080)

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

File:1652187600825.png (153.88 KB,640x480)

>>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


 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




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