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I wonder how long it'll take for spam to show up in this thread
Currently, DQN has a couple of nippleheads leaving their markup tags open, rendering the rest of the page unreadable. How about having the board close the tags at the end of each post automatically?
because BPS added it with no prior warnings. Like a UFO crashing in your backyard andsomehow nobody noticed.
Why don't we make sage invisible like on Futaba Channel?
>Why don't we make sage invisible like on Futaba Channel?
What? You mean 4chan, right?
You should amend the channel4guide to talk about thread deletion on the imageboard and how not to make new threads without a clear topic.
Futaba channel has some pretty terrible ideas too, like post upvoting.
Never have I seen upvotes on futaba, what boards are there upvoating? futaba's code hasn't been updated in over 10 years. Also, nijiura /img2/ has sage.
Please stop pulling shit off your ass.
It's internally updated. They added picture replies a few years ago, and they added a catalog mode in 2005 that isn't in the open source. Also, the "upvotes" are just a button that says "Yeah!" essentially, which prevents a bunch of retards from posting stuff like "QUOTED FOR TRUTH" or "I agree" like they mindlessly do on 4chan. I actually like the idea.
When you put it like that it does sound good.
>>15 you mean bump? That has been a thing since Amezou.
Aaaaaaaa if we switched to weabot these wouldn't even be issues!
Stop shilling your software, you made a thread for it you don't need to post it in unrelated places.
i heard /pol/ likes to call everything a shill
I'm sure whoever's always talking about weabot doesn't even speak Spanish lmao.
nothing's gonna happen either way
a brit friend was trying to get hiroyuki to bring back the textboards
This suggestion should be implemented. Using frames in 2016 really is quite silly. It should be trivial to use drop down boxes to navigate the different boards, and it would generally improve browsing on smartphones and tablets.
>Using frames in 2016 really is quite silly.
Give me a reason that isn't "well it's the standard".
Links open within the frame. That breaks functionality if attempting to open a YouTube link from a mobile device.
Frames scroll independently from each other. This makes navigation unnecessarily difficult for users on a device with lower screen resolutions.
Yes, but Kareha doesn't use a database, it uses flat text files.
This would be nice, Python is great.
That doesn't really scale well, does it? I know it's not likely we'll get that much more traffic, but it seems better to think about it now rather than regret it later.
You could write a script in python to scrape it though and add to maybe a mongodb or sqlite
For the imageboard? Sure wakaba isn't really all that great. For the textboards? Hell no, kareha cannot be beat especially with the few custom scripts 4-ch has.
Is it possible to implement HTTPS for the brighter future? For example, these guys even offer a disgustingly free one: http://www.startssl.com/
It would be horrible if KGB, employer or some kind of international conspiracy discover that I read DQN all day. There are probably some other users who need this protection as well.
Any updates on this, Squeaks?
I notice that https://4-ch.net does work, but it loads a blank page and uses an outdated security certificate.
I will look into this, but if it's implemented it'd just be a self-signed certificate.
Don't self sign when there is either CACert or StartSSL.
I'm not keen on StartSSL because after a year you have to start paying, meaning we are back to square one. CACert looks promising - I will look into it.
https://letsencrypt.org/ will be launching in september. any chance of progress on this when that happens? it's completely free, and unlike cacert, will be trusted by default by browsers.
Very interesting. Maybe I can use this, when it launches.
I would like to do a server-wide update before sorting out SSL. I'll try and get it all done over the Christmas break. Meanwhile there might be website downtime.
Why do we want to become a NNTPChan frontend again?
Use a service like http://onion.link or https://onion.to
For example http://kvwshn63rfblaei6.onion.link/static/faq.html
So this place has more readers.
When you post something you want people to read it right?
These services seem to come and go. Here is another one:
I have a few suggestions:
We should copy 2channel "soko" and "shuffle" commands.
Soko throws the thread down to the bottom.
Shuffle throws the thread in a random position.
I think downvotes are more complicated but then again I don't use Reddit so take my opinion with a pinch of salt.
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Thanks for the feedback guys. According to >>18 the feature is more unpopular than it is popular, so I am inclined to hold back for now. At any rate, I think that >>23 closely matches my opinion on the matter.
My conclusions so far:
>soko appears to be more open to abuse, by being repeatedly used to silence a particular thread
I'm not sure if there's anything to silence on DQN
Since "Nuke DQN" is the most popular choice in that poll, maybe this would be a better idea: If someone posts on DQN with "nuke" in the link field, nuke the board.