fucking museum (16)

1 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-08 14:52 ID:ZCU131ak

nuke all boards under News, no one uses them

there's a lot of threads that should be on /tech/ but were made in /code/ cause no-one uses /tech/

what was the point of having both /net/ and /iaa/ again

del /hobbies/

del /dqn/ just to see waht happens

2 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-10 17:36 ID:BgdDQ93x

I mostly agree, except:

/dqn/ is a big part of the site, whether you and I like it or not

/hobbies/ is pretty fun at times

I have some additions:

Merge the personal boards

Merge anime and manga boards

3 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-10 22:14 ID:MkbECbSl

I like the separation of romance and other personal issues.

4 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-10 22:25 ID:Vwuf17c2

Inactive threads should be fucking archived. Not necessarily old threads, but inactive threads.
I'm not sure about the time, 6 months? or is that too fast

5 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-14 19:23 ID:BgdDQ93x

>>4
Agreed. Perhaps we should rather make it a year, but the antique threads are what makes 4-ch give off that dead vibe. If a thread hasn't been replied to for a year, then I don't see the problem with archiving it and having whoever wants to discuss that topic again make a new thread.

6 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-20 17:44 ID:BgdDQ93x

A-are you there bps?

7 Name: bps!!+u1+mB+S (Admin) : 2015-09-20 22:29 ID:HFJZMXob

This has been a controversial subject for a long time.

  1. I'm sympathetic to the idea of archiving all the existing threads which haven't been active for 6-12 months or so.
  2. Merging boards is a big move. I have been considering other ways to solve these problems of inactivity. Should they fail, then maybe we can try merging boards.

Stay tuned...

8 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-21 14:35 ID:BgdDQ93x

>>7
Thanks for the reply bps, good to hear you're considering it

9 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-21 18:20 ID:Heaven

>>7
12 months is pretty short. 3 or 4 years would be more reasonable.

10 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-23 16:01 ID:1sfG/nWz

I like the idea of merging /code/ with /tech/. And why does /tech/ say "Tech Support" in the frame anyway?

11 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-29 02:31 ID:Heaven

>>10
That's how it (inevitably) wound up being used.

12 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-09-29 03:44 ID:QjANyrky

My fear is that removing/merging the boards would just make the site 'feel' smaller and even more uncomfortable in the long run. Without posters, even one board will seem slow. Even DQN.

Sadly, the only solution is advertising somewhere OTHER than 4chan. The only thing they have to offer any more are replies about how this place, surprise, isn't 4chan.

I don't mind the museum atmosphere, not posting sometimes can be a virtue.

13 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-11-18 23:14 ID:+l6w5Gxb

>>12
The only problem with inactivity is that it tends to scare off new users

14 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-11-21 07:29 ID:Heaven

IIchan is dead, that thing that replaced it is pretty dead too.
I doubt drastic changes to the site will encourage consistent long term activity, that will only come with a resurgence in the interest in 2ch style bbs in English.
No way to fight the decline in interest really other than becoming tastemakers.

15 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2015-11-28 22:19 ID:Heaven

>>13
why would we want the sort of users who are scared off by the idea of thinking before posting?

16 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2017-03-13 21:49 ID:TCEJKkVO

dicks out for Harambe

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