I've seen many English and Japanese 2ch/Futaba style textboards/imageboards, but I think we should have a space for every other language. I don't know many imageboards or textboards so please if you know some post them here.
Post more if they're still alive.
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Some terrible raid-centric imageboard that recently gained some popularity due to a flavor of the month "cause" just struck a deal of some sorts with 2ch. I don't know how it happened or what's coming next but this is big.
Pic related: https://cdn.mediacru.sh/Vw4g6uK4CMNR.png
Oh god i can't stop laughing. The OP itself was mis-informed, but then there are those gems here and there.
Boards can be unmoderated, only moderation that happens globally is the removal of posts that break Washington laws.
Here's his speech when someone questioned 8chan pedophilia boards:
"Unfortunately, yes. I donft support the content on the boards you mentioned, but it is simply the cost of free speech and being the only active site to not impose more 'laws' than those that were passed in Washington, D.C." -Fredrick Brennan/"Hotwheels"
I don't think Hotwheels actually tought about that when he made 8chan
>and being the only active site to not impose more 'laws' than those that were passed in Washington, D.C
thats not true, anokchan for instance just has no spams and no shiteposting against the boards theme
and like no CP i guess
Not allowing any discussion of shit illegal under some jurisdiction has more to do with site operators preference than with any requirement to run a site.
>These awful preconceptions.
Gonna go ahead and guess that he introduced the site that way to avoid seeming too invested in something that wasn't exactly proven yet.
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You've missed some there (look in the brackets)
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I thought it would be appropriate to ask you guys for your opinions on the two new big imageboard scipts now that Trevorchan is on its way out and development of Wakaba is apparently over. How do these compare to Wakaba in terms of speed and security? Are there any reasons -not- to use them? Out of the two which one is best. etc. etc.
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Wakaba still works after all this time with little to no issues everywhere I install it. I wouldn't call that sucking.
$config['markup'] = array("/\\\\(.*)\\\\/", "<span class=\"spoiler\">\$1</span>");
.+? == .* and you need 4 backslashes to match one backslash in a regex (though 3 backslashes seems to work too)
my message was badly formatted, in inc/config.php it's done well, actually.
.+? and .* are not the same. ? after + or * marks the pattern as ungreedy, so it matches as few characters as possible, instead of the regular – matching as much characters as possible.
define('TINYIB_LOGO', '<img src="http://www.linktoimage.jpg">'); // Logo HTML
You have to use the proper apostrophe.
thx very much, problem solved.
have a nice day :)
You do not need to download any soft or register. You can create as their pics and reply to others. No rules, no limits!
All visitors are guaranteed complete anonymity.
http://demotivation.biz - true freedom of communication!
This is a modern image board,, http://thedailyexposer.com
upload images in the region of 8megabytes wooohooooo check it out please guys. thanks upload as many images as you like have anice day :D
Just from the thread title this sounds like a utterly crazy idea and something that goes against what imageboards are about but please keep reading. As most have noticed, majority of imageboards have either degenerated into constant flood of memes, shitposting, camwhoring and generally completely shitty content or then the boards are so small and post rate is so slow that viewing them isnt really worth the effort.
My idea to curb the general shitposting/spam/etc is to force people to make an account before they get to view the board. Go to url, get login page, maybe a register link or just text telling you to put /register after the url and make an account. After that you can view/post. No post would contain any nicknames or other name faggotry, it would be just a deterrent for people not to bother coming for cheap laughs and shitposting, bots and others. It would also allow moderators not only to ban but remove the account completely, forcing person to re-register if he wants to post again.
Besides of needing an account to view the content, the boards would function just like any other imageboard, have the same look and so on.
I dont know, this might be just a crazy idea not worth second thought but ive been thinking about this for some time now. I know, its rambling post and doesnt really make it clear how it would work but maybe somebody gets the general idea?
This is not terribly different from 4chan's CAPTCHA
I'm of the opinion that there's no concrete definition of what an imageboard is, outside of being able to attach images to comments in a discussion-like format.
There are pros and cons to registration vs anonymous posting, but from what I can tell they're pretty much equal. Which approach is the "right" approach is dependent on what you seek to accomplish.
If you want to discourage shitposting, then authorizing users makes sense as a hurdle to cross and a means of banning identities. That said, you will also discourage people who wouldn't shitpost from posting at all.
For example, this post is not a shitpost. If I had to register to make this post, however, there's a good chance I might not have made it.
It's up to you, really.
We actually did this at http://1chan.us and recently went public. At the time, we allowed users to register using temporary e-mail addresses (Mailinator and friends), however this still did not entice many anonymous users to participate.
In our experience, it did work. As long as you understand most of the *chan user base will be turned off by the registration requirement, you can build a very favorable (yet tight) community.
If you will enforce registration, make sure people have options.
Like say, register using facebook, google, twitter, etc.
And of course, give them the option to let them specify their username/avatars or not, in the spirit of imageboards.
Can you please stop spamming this on other imageboards? I thought you were above that tsucolum, creator of Trevorchan, TinyIB, and PyIB.
There was a good article about anonymity vs registration at http://wakaba.c3.cx/shii/shiichan
I want to make an imageboard - not a huge one like 4chan tho. I've started it but it's just something I'm playing with.
I've thought about whether to use registration or not. I don't like having to sign up just to comment on a subject, especially when I don't know if I will come every day and I also don't want the hassle of having to reset my password because I can't remember what I used when I was last logged in 6 months ago.
An idea is, you can give people incentive to come back and post normal / decent content. For example, allow users to post without registration but there are limits such as 15 posts per day or images must not be bigger than 1 Mb. Users can be given the option to create a name and password and build up a reputation. If only they can see their reputation/stats, and they get privilages for producing more posts (without getting banned) then they have an incentive not to shitpost.
>build up a reputation
This idea is garbage. Even if you can only see your own reputation, it would lead to users who care about that sort of thing. They are an unwanted element in imageboard communities. And of course it would lead to attentionwhoring with "post your stats" threads and whatnot.
The key element of anonymous discussion should be that individuals and egos are irrelevant; post content is all that matters, and it should never be judged in the context of the poster's previous posts.
No nameless poster comes back to a site? Or are you trying to cater to posters who wouldn't come back if they can't register?
>and they get privilages for producing more posts (without getting banned)
And what would get them banned? Sounds like you plan to ban posters for whatever fucking thing.
Young girls copulate with dogs
DO they, now?
Well, no! Probably not!
young girl + dog = ?
And so continues the endless ambition to create the perfect species for world domination.
I want to make a man with an ox's torso plated in metal armour, eagle's wings, lion's head, cat's eyes, scorpion's tail, tiger's legs, dragon's scales, rooster's hair, dog's nose, elephant's tusks, and bear's fur.
I just now noticed that the original /b/, Futaba's Nijiura board, has been RESET! Post numbers in the twenty millions, WIPED OUT!
All of this, apparently, to move it to a new server, may.2chan.net, and to upgrade the script to a newer version that supports image replies. Furthermore, it appears Toshiaki is back.
As of right now, post numbers are in the 139000s, so I guess this happened fairly recently, no more than a couple of days back. What will become of the biggest board of them all?
2005? All was right with the world?
...wait a minute... 4chan supported image replies BEFORE 2chan?
You learn something new everyday.
Which imageboard/textboard do you consider to be the most friendliest and safe-for-work?
like all western textboards are going to be sfw most of the time, cause the nsfw would only be ascii art, right?
no imageboard is assured to be sfw, but dontclick.info/neet/, likely
i dont go to many imageboards tho
Yes they are not mutually exclusive, but I still think it would be nice to find somewhere that is both SFW and friendly!
I think 4chan's s4s is pretty nice, but it can also be pretty nsfw at times.
What is this board like?
Is there any dedicated userbase?
If the point of imageboards and textboards is discussion, then isnt 4chan arguably the best because of the large userbase it has?
4chan isn't the best, it's actually the worst.
A userbase filled with younger (Usually high school-age) kids that just spam and fill their boards with crap.
A website with a large and extremely active userbase is completely useless if everything they post is garbage. Even boards like /g/ and /mu/, boards which used to be filled with smart people who knew what they were talking about, are now filled with brand-attached people spouting "memes" and general shit. You can't even take advice from them anymore, because they have an intense brand obsession. Once they pledge their allegiance to one brand/person/band/etc, they just shout about how it's the best and how all others are terrible, even if the others are clearly better.
4chan is a cancer killing itself, and it's doing the world good.