Internet Culture @4-ch

Internet Culture @4-ch

Internet Culture, sub-cultures, the people who use the internet and everything else relating to is up for discussing. Let's try to talk about more than just imageboard websites, as there is more to the internet than just them.
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1: What's your least favorite website (30) 2: GET THE INTERNET OUT OF THE REAL WORLD (89) 3: How to start a great new lively textboard bbs? (22) 4: Where can we buy this toy? I will pay for you (2) 5: When is a community "dead" (14) 6: Next Big Internet Thing (77) 7: Anyone willing to part with a Nevada-tan hoodie? (26) 8: Protocols (7) 9: IPv6 (23) 10: 4chan BBS (29) 11: Websites marking mp4's as gifs (4) 12: yikes (9) 13: IRC: why did it fail? (96) 14: sadpanda (5) 15: Image board on here is broken (2) 16: Why 2ch is so cool; we need equivalent! (39) 17: AnimeUSA 2004 4chan Panel (4) 18: Good places on the internet. (84) 19: [NEXT BIG THING] Altboards? [INNOVATIONS IN INSULTING PEOPLE ONLINE] (9) 20: Other similar boards? (6) 21: Decreasing usability on the web (24) 22: The intetrnet is yours (31) 23: Social Network of your choice. (60) 24: Bienvenido a Internet BBS with Google Translate (3) 25: Tell me about the Scene (14) 26: Japanese Net Culture (36) 27: The *chans and people there (7) 28: The Creation of Memes (17) 29: What is what is this I don't even I don't even (21) 30: Newfags, Tripfags, and Imageboard Conformity (22) 31: late 2000s non-web internet communies (3) 32: Eternal September (15) 33: End of cool japan (18) 34: 2chan isn't very good... (20) 35: Virtual Reality (but almost real) (28) 36: Soviet Websites [.su] (4) 37: What OS are you using? (160) 38: Yukkuri shite itte ne! (18) 39: Paradigm shift ιδέα (4) 40: [Internet News]2ch got Renamed?[Textboards][2ch] (5)

What's your least favorite website (30)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-04-04 02:49 ID:yAJllslA

What site do you hate the most? What site looks the worst, doesn't work, or just has fallen in quality over the years?

21 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-30 06:07 ID:GcyFuKle

Personally speaking, Wikia/FANDOM is fucking awful. Bad formatting, ads that intrude your browsing, and Wikis that usually have superior equivalents elsewhere.

22 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-12-05 12:01 ID:JRtbCsgp

YouTube, Twitter and I guess Facebook

23 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-03-17 00:08 ID:Bs3H/ZOy

>>21
I dont know why they changed the old interface, it was all ok and such, what a fucking garbage it has become.

Also, Quora and Pinterest, along with new Facebook, Twitter and others are utter shit.

24 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-15 19:10 ID:BOpoa9Pp

Fucking imgur, what a shitty imagehosting service that requires a PHONENUMBER just to see potentially nsfw pictures, holy shit.

25 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-16 07:59 ID:m3KmW2xN

It's the path every image host takes. They start off fast and lean, then faced with increasing costs of operation they give in and start running ads. Then once they realize that people just hotlink to images and bypass the ads they try every approach possible to aggressively redirect people so they can stuff more ads in there.

26 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-19 05:37 ID:nRyscIzj

>>25
Yup. I literally remember when a guy on reddit started imgur because imageshack and photobucket were already the same kind of garbage it is now.

27 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-11 16:40 ID:Heaven

I hate reddit, but for different reasons than I suspect most of the people here do.

The site is weirdly too earnest, if that makes any sense. You know the sorts of discord teens where everything they post is an ironic meme? Reddit is the polar opposite of that.

There's always this undercurrent of self-righteous seriousness to everything that gets posted there. Even when they make jokes there, it's usually just the poster's legitimate opinions stated slightly weird.

You'll never see anyone ever making fun of themselves or something they like, and you'll never see people joking about things they don't really care about. It's always "look at thing I disagree with it is shameful ha ha ha".

28 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-11 19:07 ID:hDR9HkAL

>discord teens where everything they post is an ironic meme? Reddit is the polar opposite of that.

Really? In my experience it's been the complete opposite: any jokes are stale oft-repeated ones, and most opinions to be found are the majority consensus (by virtue of the fact that any dissenting ones are smothered by a pile of downvotes).

29 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-15 03:48 ID:0kDGpyTk

I've grown to hate Twitter more over the years for the same reasons that >>4 mentioned, but I like to add that ever since they entered the stock market, the stockholder's influence over Twitter has become more and more evident.

You have this pseudo-news section and even if Twitter banned political advertising to one-up Facebook, politics is shoved into your face every day through its news or trends anyways. Just recently, they removed global trends and I know that it's easy to joke about all the K-Pop idiots flooding the global trends, but a lot of trends that pertain to revolts and uprisings tend to show up there which makes you wonder what the motive behind this decision was.

The only saving grace are the Japanese artists as >>8 mentioned, but Twitter screws this up too by lowering the file quality as a means to save space, so you'd have to go to another website to verify that the images in high quality.

30 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-31 11:29 ID:8hwct7Tt

Anything that has a voting/rating/like system and AI-curated content, with endless feeds and possible data mining (they love spying on their users!) which eliminates every social media platform. (that's a cool euphemism for botnet, don't you think?)

YouTube is particularly affected by this and I find myself using it less.

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GET THE INTERNET OUT OF THE REAL WORLD (89)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-12-30 05:10 ID:kZAlYyKU

ITT discussion of people who use memes, jokes, or lingo in the real world. If I hear one more person say "lawl" in real life I think I am going to die

80 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-09-11 23:48 ID:Heaven

No John, internet is the real world

81 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-09-15 16:23 ID:oiEYoupa

This thread is far more relevant as ever tbh

82 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-09-18 15:39 ID:2FejbMqo

it was foretold

83 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-12-09 17:23 ID:BKXRyVWA

I miss the days when the worst of it was kids making troll faces at each other and saying "lawl".

84 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-03-13 05:59 ID:lmUE1mkp

It's seriously something equivalent to a massive blow in the face seeing a thread about this, especially one made back in 2007.

I'm young as hell, and I've been around on the internet for a terrible amount of time for my age. I've been reflecting on it; the seeping influence of what used to be 'niche' internet subcultures is now the basis of most every student's life.

Even the hoodlums and crackheads are exposed to this, entrenched or at the very least acknowledges this, and the area I attend mostly consists of low-income minorities.

>>70

>I think this is dangerous because it can lead people to be lazy in their critical thinking. i.e. "Why is that like that?" "Because meme"

You'll see this commonly now if you ever attended a school today. A lot of reasoning is boiled down to "cuz meme bro."

Post too long. Click to view the whole post or the thread page.

85 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-22 23:32 ID:q5qLBo0C

>>84

If only >>1 knew how much worse it would get.

86 Name: sage : 2020-04-24 00:24 ID:pn6+K4ll

Is the Internet Culture board just the Culture board now?

87 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-28 09:57 ID:tgnYFmJ4

yeah, pretty much. Also, nice sage.

88 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-20 19:54 ID:lmUE1mkp

>>85
I can't even decide on whether or not any of this is for the better or worse. I really fucking can't.
As with everything else in life, it all comes down to sheer complexity--the myriad of variables that create a myriad of results, whether good or bad.
It's not like everybody's unable to survive without their sanity intact or anything. The one good thing that's come out of this is the sheer amount of power you have over yourself, but, still, this is also boils down to option.
Also, results drastically differ upon region to region. Hell, even from school to school. The district next to mine is the complete fucking opposite to everything here. The schools there are absolutely chaotic and would cause any poor soul attending to become a shell of a human automatically. Then there's the district above us, who have almost nothing going on despite being a major metropolitan area.
Reality comes with a lot of surprises.

89 Name: sage : 2020-05-20 19:56 ID:lmUE1mkp

lol holy shit, sorry for the obscene formatting. I haven't posted on a textboard for quite some time.

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How to start a great new lively textboard bbs? (22)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2015-04-28 02:09 ID:ZP+XC1bY

I would like to create a great new BBS which gets a lot of posts every day, and everyone loves to visit it.

Thanks for you.

13 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2016-07-23 05:10 ID:49lrqLyV

Heres my idea for a textboard: no spam, no illegal, no banning, full free speech, everyone is friendpy and nice, brick wall background pattern, no names or tripcodes,many boarda for each different topic but not too many.. maybe usere can create own?

14 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2016-09-20 15:11 ID:NNi3BeLV

"Finally, the rain stops, and a rainbow appears there" means world peace in knowledge which a Japanese tourist needs.

15 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2016-10-06 18:10 ID:PsjEwAas

You should use iyagi-bbs and then spam it on all the other small imageboard sites

16 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2016-10-06 22:54 ID:Heaven

Even you don't spam your stuff on ALL of the smaller imageboards around the place tokiko.

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18 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-05-30 00:18 ID:DARxhG0u

19 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-02-04 00:35 ID:yiYNI72i

>>13

>no spam
>free speech

Pick ONE.

20 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-05 17:40 ID:Fh5OKfLd

>>19
the nice thing about kareha is that it is simple and easy to set up, so if the mods on your favorite textboard consider your "free speech" as spam, then you can just start your own and build your own community.
but having guidelines around posting behavior is important unless you want your board to become shit. like ok, if you wanna be racist thats cool, just don't spam it. ruins the discussion.

21 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-15 03:51 ID:Heaven

I wish there were more textboard software, other than the already known scripts (e.g. Kareha, Tablecat, Emanon, Weabot, etc.).

22 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-17 19:01 ID:pfqbw7K5

>>21 What do you find lacking in the existing ones?

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Where can we buy this toy? I will pay for you (2)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-30 06:50 ID:eoXN4d0W

This guy always have rabbit stuffed toy and i want to buy this. He mentioned that he bought this in dannish chain toy store in Barcelona.

https://www.tiktok.com/@serasatoshi?lang=ja

Could you please give me an idea??

2 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-05-02 21:14 ID:Heaven

Have you tried buying it from dannish chain toy store in Barcelona?

Seriously though, just get someone on Etsy to custom make it.

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When is a community "dead" (14)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-02-10 17:51 ID:vzXIJ3MU

I've always had trouble defineing the difference between a website that is slow like 4-ch or tgchan, and a website that is dead like 99chan or 7chan

I feel like the unity of the community has a lot to do with it. 4-ch has a "core" group of dedicated users as well as a style of posting that is specific to itself. The threads all feel like they're a part of something greater; as if they were all connected in some way

7chan, whilst it gets more traffic, has no core userbase that consistently returns to it. All of the threads exist in a vacuum, and there's no specific flavor to the content

5 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-04-28 05:06 ID:7Ly+5IyA

I meant: "why is this site dying?" mixed with "fuck off, newfag"

I keep forgetting that this particular textboard has fucked up markup

I'm still thinking in terms of world4ch/tinychan

6 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-04-28 05:50 ID:Heaven

>>5
You can set no markup

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8 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-05-30 00:41 ID:DAXaXL8M

This is why chatting like Telegram, IRC, and Discord is so much more popular. It is easier to tell if it is dead or not.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MoonEdit

9 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-09-06 12:11 ID:1jB3Z7b4

>>1
I think you had a pretty good handle on a definition in your OP.

The separation occurs between a [dead community] and a [dead website]. They are very different things. You can have an incredibly active website that has less of a community than Facebook. Or a very slow website like 4-ch that has a cohesive flavor and is used by pretty much the same people, or type of people, for decades. The relationships dividing them are simple mathematics.

10 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-09-20 09:54 ID:LynJYcKk

11 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-09-22 23:53 ID:q1sSrJsn

>>10
Both the article and commentary are a good read and I find many of the insights to be very true. Many have a subconscious awareness of those mechanics, but having it put into so many words might help people grasping at explanations.

Old fashioned, brainy websites are now such a rarity that it's joy to find one sometimes.

12 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-12-05 17:54 ID:7NLIu4Bu

>>10
I've always liked this essay bar one line

>At best you can charge them admission or a subscription fee, but they’ll inevitably argue that this is wrong because capitalism is evil, and also because they forgot their wallet.

The experience of the modern web convinces me that monetizing things is often worse for communities than the lack of funding that comes from not doing so. People unconsciously move towards creating what the market demands, rather than what they want to see for its own sake. Monetization creates a bigger incentive for the sociopaths to close in and grab the cash.

13 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-08 18:30 ID:Tlq/0Zui

>>4
>>5
lmao, then they should learn, discover and eventually become oldfags themselves, just like it has happened for so many years now here and in other places.

14 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-15 23:18 ID:tUp3Ylr4

>>2
>>9
these two get it

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Next Big Internet Thing (77)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2008-01-29 03:51 ID:YO+RcM1H

In 2002 Something Awful was the place to be. Next came YTMND, and from 2003-2006 4-chan was the greatest thing ever. So what do you think is next?

It's unlikely, but if 4-ch were to suddenly explode in popularity I wouldn't be too surprised.

68 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-09-30 03:28 ID:JIR8veAw

I don't think there will be another good communications platform for a long time. The world is shrinking every day and everyone knows everything. The internet has run its course as a medium, and we'll probably be very old or dead by the time the next big thing becomes a practical reality. Sucks...

69 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-10-03 16:09 ID:3VRj8uAX

we need Another Medium

70 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-10-21 15:43 ID:RQRXdRsP

>>68
I think there's plenty of great communication platforms today. From a purely objective standpoint modern social media and chat platforms are way better for communication than sites like this one.

I think your problem, and indeed the problem of most people here, is that you've fallen victim to the generational gap. The world you understand is shrinking rapidly as sites you once cherished either die or change to the point where they're no longer recognizable, and a new generation with different norms and values begins to outnumber yours.

Things change with time. The world you knew isn't coming back, and the new generation doesn't want it back. I've met zoomers who've called old geocities sites eyesores and have no idea how to even use the likes of IRC, let alone the desire to do so

The reality of the situation is that things change with time. You can either accept it and move on with your life, or stay here, wallowing in your misery.

71 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-10-25 13:45 ID:28EImDxD

>>70
What kind of communication though? The nu-internet is great for dank cringe memes and terrible for any kind of serious discussion--and that's by design. reddit and twitter were not meant to be used for discussion, unlike forums which were specifically made for that purpose. Imageboards work ok as long as there isn't too much traffic. But reddit and twitter is where all the "serious discussion" is supposed to be happening.

72 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-10-25 22:17 ID:0tmC/dd0

Usenet was 'made for serious discussion' yet in retrospective, it was also full of angry nerd flamewars and stupid 90s jokes in place of memes.
I'm not sure the shortcomings of discussion on the Net are stronly tied with technology used.

73 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-10-27 11:26 ID:28EImDxD

twitter posts are limited to very few characters, so that already prohibits serious discussion. It's also transient in nature, not meant for drawn out discussions that could last for days, weeks, months or years. It's meant for announcements and "here's something I bought today" type of messages. Parsing twitter discussion threads is also difficult.

reddit threads are transient as well. A thread typically has a lifespan of 24 hours or less, maybe a few days on a slower sub, and in very active threads only the users who get in on the ground floor are likely to get their comment seen. Unless they "hijack the top comment for visibility," as they often have to do. If they make the mistake of saying something the collective disagrees with, their comment is collapsed and banished to the bottom. Even the visibility of the thread itself is dependent on people's votes. And like twitter threads, it's hard to parse reddit threads because of all the nesting, collapsing and moving comments (moving in the sense that when they are voted up and down their position on the page also shifts). You don't even get notifications for anything except direct replies to what you wrote.

reddit also by its nature encourages constant reposting and rehashing, and this in conjunction with voting conditions people to automatically accept and adopt popular views. Repetition + social proof = it must be correct.

Post too long. Click to view the whole post or the thread page.

74 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-24 00:48 ID:Heaven

>>73
Reddit works well when used for its intended purpose; being a content aggregator. Things are split off into different boards so you can find subjects you like, and then people post links to things within that subject. Votes and karma are perfect when you're looking for recommendations, not so much for discussion.

75 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-03-21 22:05 ID:zR6hZVFb

It's called tiktok OP. No one who is sane can look at tiktok content without dying of "epic cringe" as the kids these days call it.

76 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-03-31 00:12 ID:Heaven

Looks like it's actually spamming dead textboards with (unfortunately, not dead) memes.

77 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-04-24 00:28 ID:Heaven

It's not like there are any live textboards to spam.

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Anyone willing to part with a Nevada-tan hoodie? (26)

1 Name: Osaka !8FVFEBTVK2 2005-08-18 22:29 ID:NKC60ER2

Does anyone here have the original Gear Navy Nevada hooded sweatshirt?

The original isn't sold anymore so those who have them, get them on eBay and notify the chans ASAP if you're willing to part: You'll make a killing!

17 Name: 404 - Name Not Found 2005-12-12 00:41 ID:Heaven

>>16
No. Reexamine the post you are quoting.

18 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-09-06 16:28 ID:RRNvRGkc

Yea, All I can find is Nevada Wolf Pack shirts and ones without the curve. Also, was the original grey or blue?

19 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-09-07 17:28 ID:Heaven

>>18
Blue.

20 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-09-17 06:36 ID:2/6sWaJO

21 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-03-07 17:56 ID:tn7paqeh

bump acient thread

22 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-05-28 22:09 ID:7WYNm5gj

i was also in search of one of the Nevada hoodies, even to be able to find a place where i can find an original Nevada hoodie in either grey or navy blue in atleast medium or large sizes would be enough for me

also bump

23 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-05-28 22:39 ID:7WYNm5gj

i was also in search of one of the Nevada hoodies, even to be able to find a place where i can find an original Nevada hoodie in either grey or navy blue in atleast medium or large sizes would be enough for me

also bump

24 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2018-05-28 22:41 ID:7WYNm5gj

i was also in search of one of the Nevada hoodies, even to be able to find a place where i can find an original or replica Nevada hoodie in either grey or navy blue in atleast medium or large sizes would be enough for me

also bump

25 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2020-01-28 21:56 ID:4m9iQlGi

bump

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Protocols (7)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-10-28 16:21 ID:YSfCOy3n

Are there any protocols worth using nowadays besides HTTP, HTTPS, BitTorrent and IRC?
Is anything still happening with NNTP or Gopher? Is FTP used by anyone at all?

2 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-10-29 01:57 ID:jZoZcBRo

FTP gets used all the time for remote filesystem access. You'll probably never see it in action though if you don't have a job that necessitates it.

3 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-01 19:38 ID:EAt1Xanl

Gopher is having a sort of renaissance during the last few years, the new content being largely nerdy, neo-luddite blogs lamenting the state of the commercial websites. There is also a new protocol called Gemini, created by the same 'new gopher people'. NNTP and FTP go on with their slow deaths.

4 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-05 15:52 ID:Heaven

The only people who use Gopher are pedophiles and Shii.

5 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-20 04:07 ID:64B0OxoI

Telnet is the best protocol.

6 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-27 21:41 ID:Heaven

The reason a lot of the older protocols are dying is simply because HTTP/HTTPS covers most use cases well enough that it's not worth bothering with anything else.

7 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-30 06:00 ID:Fyh2vGgz

what about zeronet?

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IPv6 (23)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2006-03-15 22:19 ID:FGrBs96A

When do you think people will start to switch en masse?
If you don't think they ever will, what will happen instead? A slow trickle? Some other Internet protocol?
For bonus points, rationalize your prediction and include references to support it.

I'm saying January 2008. I just pulled that out of my ass.

14 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-03-30 08:09 ID:vLfkzbN9

Imminent death of the internet predicted!

Film at 11.

15 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-04-01 16:32 ID:SbovvGJE

nklh

16 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-04-04 15:01 ID:3PMvPaF5

>>13
No matter if the transition is smooth or not, I hope that providers will start enabling at least multicast. That would be wonderful for p2p.

Me, I'm ready to go full ipv6 when my ISP does (Well, some really old boxes aside).

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18 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-04-19 02:13 ID:QkHBcAWb

As of December 2005, IPv6 accounts for a tiny percentage of the live addresses in the publicly-accessible Internet, which is still dominated by IPv4. The adoption of IPv6 has been slowed by the introduction of classless inter-domain routing (CIDR) and network address translation (NAT), each of which has partially alleviated the impact of address space exhaustion. Estimates as to when the pool of available IPv4 addresses will be exhausted vary — in 2003, Paul Wilson (director of APNIC) stated that, based on then-current rates of deployment, the available space would last until 2023,[3] while in September 2005 a report by Cisco Systems that the pool of available addresses would be exhausted in as little as 4–5 years.[4] As of November 2006, a regularly updated report projected that the IANA pool of unallocated addresses would be exhausted in May 2011, with the various Regional Internet Registries using up their allocations from IANA in August 2012.[5] This report also argues that, if assigned but unused addresses were reclaimed and used to meet continuing demand, allocation of IPv4 addresses could continue until 2024. The U.S. Government has specified that the network backbones of all federal agencies must deploy IPv6 by 2008.[6] Meanwhile China is planning to get a head start implementing IPv6 with their 5 year plan for the China Next Generation Internet.

With the notable exceptions of stateless autoconfiguration, more flexible addressing and Secure Neighbor Discovery (SEND), many of the features of IPv6 have been ported to IPv4 in a more or less elegant manner. Thus IPv6 deployment is primarily driven by address space exhaustion.

19 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-04-19 02:16 ID:QkHBcAWb

IPv6 multicast works in exactly the same way that IPv4 multicast works. There are different sizes of padding and address fields in packet headers, but it's roughly the same.

20 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-04-25 23:22 ID:PZKvPsbI

>>19
Well, yeah. But ISPs don't implement ipv4 multicast. And I hope that when they'll upgrade their equipment eventually, they'll also consider doing multicast, to take some work off their pipes by creating the possibility to make p2p more effective.

21 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-05-07 03:12 ID:FGrBs96A

IPv6 seems to keep having security problems due to bad design. Type 0 route headers, for example. That shouldn't have even happened.

22 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2007-05-12 19:13 ID:Heaven

Vista Vista Vista.

23 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2019-11-21 05:51 ID:dJY71OHk

ワロタ

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4chan BBS (29)

1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2012-09-01 14:02 ID:VgzL48LD

Seems like some guy on 4chan's /g/ made an old school BBS, as in, telnet board. It's focused on /g/ and it shows, but it's still a nice romp down the memory lane.
Telnet to gopher.su at port 1234, sysop is usually present in chatroom 18.

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21 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2015-06-23 01:25 ID:WepV1+uK

Well I finally tried this telnet BBS today but it's not working. "telnet gopher.su 1234" shows the login banner and asks for a name, but it doesn't let me hit Enter (and actually trying to type digits also doesn't work).

I don't have any kind of weird environment, just the default OpenBSD xterm and ksh. Also tried at the console (vt200) but the same exact thing happens.

22 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2015-07-07 18:52 ID:Heaven

>>23
I can't really help with your problem, but

> don't have any kind of weird environment
> OpenBSD

lol

23 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2015-07-08 19:29 ID:WepV1+uK

But OpenBSD (and NetBSD) are about as close to POSIX as you can get!
Granted, not many people use it on their PC, but it's not "weird" as far as a Unix environment is concerned.

24 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2015-07-18 16:58 ID:Heaven

>>23
At this point, anything that isn't GNU/Linux or FreeBSD is "weird".

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