IMG Board Scripts (502)

1 Name: Anonymous 2004-10-28 16:59 ID:Heaven [Del]

Futaba
http://www.2chan.net/script/

Futallaby (up to 040103)
http://www.1chan.net/futallaby/

Wakaba
http://wakaba.c3.cx/

moeren
http://moepic.dip.jp/gazo/script/index.php

siokara
(seems to be still in heavy development.
couldn't find a link to an available
version of the script)
http://siokara.ath.cx

Swetnote
(couldn't find a link to an available
version to the script, it's probably
only for people who register or
perhaps even a pay-product?)
http://www.sweetnote.com/

15 Name: Anonymous 2005-01-19 15:29 ID:Heaven (Replies) [Del]

Ochiba (by h-cube)
http://ochiba.x-maru.org/

16 Name: Shii Style!!TnUFplD7 2005-01-20 21:05 ID:v9AmGdaB (Replies) [Del]

>>15
That isn't an imageboard script, it's a combination of an imageboard script and an old registration-only forum like vBulletin. (Just try posting to it as Anonymous.)

17 Name: Anonymous 2005-01-21 01:09 ID:Heaven (Replies) [Del]

>>16

Oh Shii, you're so innocent.

18 Name: Albright!LC/IWhc3yc 2005-01-21 02:27 ID:g1bc9qUt (Replies) [Del]

Oh, waah, waah. It doesn't require registration at all; it just doesn't let you post with a blank "Name" field. Thirty second Ochiba hack to allow anonymous posting:

  1. Open includes/post.php
  2. Find line 53:

     array_push($errors,$ERRORS["namerequired"]);
  3. Replace it with these two lines:

     $name="Anonymous";
    setcookie("name",$name,COOKIE_EXPIRES);
  4. Save

Note that I haven't actually tested this, but I don't see why it shouldn't work. Either way, you can still just put random characters in the "Name" field. That's nothing like a reg-only board.

19 Name: Anonymous 2005-02-16 16:13 ID:eGCnpnfk (Replies) [Del]

20 Name: Anonymous 2005-02-18 19:10 ID:hs65DuQM (Replies) [Del]

>>18
it will still give you an obnoxious Javascript warning when you post, to the tune of "Are you SURE you don't want to add a tripcode to your post? Using a tripcode gives you access to fun added features such as constant flamewars about your character! Click 'OK' to generate a tripcode for you and attach it to all your posts, or 'Cancel' to just stop posting because you're not good enough for my image board."

21 Name: Albright!LC/IWhc3yc 2005-02-19 01:29 ID:Qvp0R5cQ (Replies) [Del]

Then open up the template and edit out the JavaScript. Do I have to hold your hand for that too?

22 Name: Anonymous 2005-04-18 09:52 ID:kMMO10Am [Del]

Thread on 2channel on image board scripts:

http://pc5.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/php/1083828423/

Should I add Wakaba to it?

23 Name: 22 2005-04-18 09:53 ID:kMMO10Am [Del]

24 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-04-18 10:39 ID:bzHJawTJ [Del]

>>22

I'd like that. Wakaba can run in Japanese, too. There are a few untranslated strings, but mostly in the admin panel...

25 Name: 22 2005-04-18 18:39 ID:kMMO10Am [Del]

That's strange. It seems 2ch is having some server problems. As of today, I sometimes cannot post to threads with my foreign IP and sometimes I cannot view whole threads. Mostly I get sent to this site: http://www2.2ch.net/live.html

26 Name: 22 2005-04-18 18:40 ID:kMMO10Am [Del]

I was also thinking that maybe you should provide some Japanese text as a short introduction on your website.

27 Name: Anonymous 2005-04-19 14:26 ID:mBrww5hh [Del]

>>25
That's not server problems, that's
1) overreaching proxy blocking on some servers
2) removal of old threads to save bandwidth

28 Name: 22 2005-04-19 14:40 ID:F19NI2sW [Del]

> 1) overreaching proxy blocking on some servers

what

29 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-04-19 16:09 ID:bzHJawTJ [Del]

>>26

I'd like to have a japanese version of the homepage, but sadly I kind of suck at actually writing the language. If any were to volunteer to make a translation, however...

30 Name: Anonymous 2005-04-19 16:33 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>29

How about giving a shoutout? Mentioning here and there in some thread buried in some board isn't going to get this thing going!

31 Name: Anonymous 2005-04-21 08:16 ID:Heaven [Del]

Well, for what it's worth, I put up a link on the notes thingy for now:
http://wakaba.c3.cx/notes/notes.pl?image=http%3a%2f%2fkao%2ewakachan%2enet%2fr%2fsrc%2f1114090928922%2epng

32 Name: 31 2005-04-22 15:13 ID:Heaven [Del]

bmup

33 Name: Hinata 2005-05-10 08:10 ID:y75KKKDT [Del]

34 Name: Anonymous 2005-05-10 10:01 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>33

Whoa! GJ!

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35 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-05-10 11:35 ID:bzHJawTJ [Del]

>>33

Cool! I'll put that up on the main site as soon as I get around to doing an update.

36 Name: Anonymous 2005-05-11 19:02 ID:Heaven [Del]

needs less "iichan is dead sleeping"

37 Name: Anonymous 2005-05-12 01:31 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>36

I think it's an accurate description of the state of things around here.

38 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-05-12 06:04 ID:tC8fwzDr [Del]

>>36

I didn't change that when it officially did die, so I don't see why I should change it now! <-- "I'm too lazy to update my homepage ever"

39 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-05-12 17:26 ID:bzHJawTJ [Del]

I did HALF an update! (Thanks to my secret project!)

I added the page here: http://wakaba.c3.cx/index_j.html

Now I just need to add a link to it on the front page somewhere.

40 Name: Anonymous 2005-05-12 18:01 ID:Heaven [Del]

> Now I just need to add a link to it on the front page somewhere.

Can't you instead set up a script that automatically recognizes Japanese users and redirects them there?

41 Name: Anonymous 2005-05-12 19:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

Official site for the Siokara script (which seems to get pretty popular) now is:
http://siokara.que.jp/

42 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-05-30 16:38 ID:bzHJawTJ [Del]

>>40

All right, I finally got around to making a little PerlHP hack to pick the language for the front page based on the domain name of the person visiting. There are also links for changing the language, if it picks wrong.

Try it out and tell me if it works! Especially anyone on a .jp address - do you get a Japanese version?

43 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-05-30 16:39 ID:bzHJawTJ [Del]

Also, did I pick the right word for "Language" on the Japanese page?

44 Name: Anonymous 2005-05-31 04:59 ID:Heaven [Del]

yup.

45 Name: Anonymous 2005-06-19 22:39 ID:Heaven [Del]

46 Name: Anonymous 2005-08-28 06:08 ID:4tCWGq3V [Del]

argh and what about some english ones? >.<

47 Name: Anonymous 2005-08-28 06:54 ID:Heaven [Del]

48 Name: Anonymous : 2006-01-12 22:56 ID:+o1YmpZt [Del]

>>14
WTF is this laundry stuff?

49 Name: Anonymous : 2006-01-13 13:28 ID:eAsFlBUf [Del]

>>48
A new kind of Yoshinoya rant?

50 Name: Anonymous : 2007-05-09 00:10 ID:umKIrBn2 [Del]

jimmy

51 Name: Anonymous : 2007-07-25 14:55 ID:gLcJR51G [Del]

>>51

Fifty one get.

52 Name: Anonymous : 2007-07-31 18:17 ID:uDyUkcZA [Del]

trevorchan FTW

53 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-01 13:18 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>52 no.

54 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-03 22:46 ID:j1FdEjNg [Del]

test

55 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-06 14:02 ID:/PdxxAmL [Del]

56 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-08 05:53 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>55
trevor
(go back to bed)

57 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-23 10:08 ID:1jnmfnZ+ [Del]

trevorchan has come a long way from it's beginnings, it's actually a decent script now

58 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-23 10:57 ID:Arnj8lNu [Del]

>>57

Trevorchan looks decent on the outside. I've been working on my own message-board script for almost a year, and I wanted to see how TJ implemented certain things just to get some ideas about how to approach them myself, and that's when I saw the worst aspect of Trevorchan (imo): the code. Trevorchan can't possibly be efficient for the fact that the code is an absolute mess. It has that feel to it of, "Hey this is my first non-trivial PHP program."

If he were to just trash it and re-write it from a clean slate then he would probably have a solid program. He has good ideas, just no understanding of good code or design.

59 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-23 16:05 ID:vUyIRoGj [Del]

>>58
Well. You gotta learn somehow.

A lot of people say a lot of sauce of a lot of software is bad. It's almost like functionality is inversely proportional to design. I actually wonder how good/bad my own code is; I'm sure if a better programmer than I looked at it he would see a lot of room for improvement.

60 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-24 08:20 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>59
That's always the case with any software -- no matter how good you think it is, there's always room for improvement, optimization, a refactoring to result in cleaner code, etc. somewhere, and generally the more experience someone has programming, the easier these improvements will be to find. But then again, sometimes a junior programmer straight out of college can find something that the long-term dev team members never noticed, just because they've gotten so used to the codebase that they just accept it as what it is rather than thinking how to improve it. It's not always the result of bad programming.

The distinction is when the improvements are highly obvious, like moving code that's been copied and pasted seven or eight times into a separate function call, not making three copies of the same variable that each only get used one time, etc.

61 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-25 06:28 ID:YDmuQ9sp [Del]

Trevorchan is now called Kusaba.

62 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-25 10:27 ID:ASqykWP7 [Del]

>>61 Now it has a weeaboo name! Yay!

63 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-25 22:36 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>61
Kusaba sounds slightly better then Kareha.
I'd better trash my kareha boards and use Trevysaba now.

64 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-27 07:03 ID:5AOxs2fY [Del]

Trevorchan/Kusaba is not an imageboard script.

Trevorchan/Kusaba is a 4chan emulator.

I mean...blotters, threadwatchers and stickies? What the fuck is that shit.

65 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-27 16:37 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>64
I don't use Trevorchan because I believe the code is shitty and so is the script execution.

But it's just plain dumb to not consider it an imageboard script. There are administrators out there that want such features (stickies, better management panel, thread closing, etc) and they may not have the know-how to hack it into what you consider to be a real imageboard script.

66 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-27 18:02 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>65
those people probably shouldn't be running websites until the learn why stickies and shitty code are a bad.

67 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-27 18:18 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>66
And what about the more intelligent admin that knows how to integrate said code into their own wakaba installs?

YOU'RE PROBABLY RIGHT THOUGH. IT'S SO DUMB TO HAVE THE OPTION TO USE SOME ADDITIONAL HANDY FEATURES. IN FACT, I THINK WAKABA SHOULD OUTPUT ALL TEXT TO STRAIGHT BINARY. THAT WOULD BE FOR THE BEST SINCE ANYONE NOT SEEING THINGS IN BINARY ARE JUST MAKING IT HARD ON THEMSELVES.

68 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-29 07:56 ID:W7pxdkoR [Del]

Stickies are great.

69 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-29 11:37 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>67
if they're intelligent they won't want stickies and shit like that.

70 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-29 16:08 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>69
Opinion. As I stated in >>67 having the option is always good. :)

Stagnation != progress

71 Name: Anonymous : 2007-08-31 04:43 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>70
All features copied from 4chan != progress
How 'bout coming up with something that's actually new?

72 Name: Anonymous : 2007-09-02 09:52 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>67
Chill the fuck out trevor.

73 Name: Anonymous : 2007-12-01 00:09 ID:UPYESlcq [Del]

lordrus

74 Name: Anonymous : 2007-12-07 12:46 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>73
That was a deep and thought provoking post.

So does anyone know what features that sort of new fork of Kareha (think its called Matsuba) has?
All I remember is that it had stickies; But I can't imagine someone would rename Kareha after adding fucking stickies.

75 Name: Storlek!desu/4y/Xg : 2007-12-11 19:43 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>74
Author thereof. It's not a fork of anything, though it's taken a lot of stuff from wakaba, few things from kareha, a couple odd things here and there from other boards. (and various other new features of dubious usefulness, such as subback for imageboards and a disturbingly overengineered markup syntax)

(only one board has stickies, and it's user-driven, so if you hate them just go unstick everything...)

76 Name: RT!!5/uvvYDO : 2008-01-15 07:01 ID:Heaven [Del]

Pixmicat! imageboard script
http://pixmicat.openfoundry.org/
Chinese, but it has English language UI.

77 Post deleted by moderator.

78 Name: Anonymous : 2008-02-04 14:11 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>74
If anything, Matsuba resembles Wakaba, the way it processes files and stuff (i.e. creating html files).

79 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-25 21:49 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

http://pyocola.net/script

Work in progress... <_<;

80 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-26 03:13 ID:Heaven [Del]

http://code.google.com/p/pyib-standalone/

Multi-threaded (process-wise) Python imageboard software. The first of its kind, if I am not mistaken. It's not ready for the public yet, but I'm very glad to say that the project has went without problems.

In case you missed it, after a stable release is made I will be speaking with the site owners using kusaba and try to convince them to make the jump to the new software.

The front end of the software resembles wakaba more so than kusaba, with the removal of the extra features.

81 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-26 21:48 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>79
Looks like an ugly version of Futaba/Futallaby, and that's most likely what it is.

82 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-26 22:45 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>81

That's because it likely is Futaba, just with a different style of generated pages. Even the footer looks stock...

83 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-02 16:29 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>81
>>82

It's a translation of the Japanese script with things added to it, like the ability to tell it how many threads to display on the front page, define namefilters and wordfilters, and set the stylesheet in the config file.

At least it's in english...

84 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-02 20:28 ID:7qAZ3yBO [Del]

Not sure if it's been posted here before, there is Suigintou http://dataloss.freehostia.com/support/ and the guy coding it is attempting to keep it as close to the original Futaba script as possible. Looks promising.

85 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-02 21:36 ID:Heaven [Del]

> PHP imageboard/textboard software, suigintou. It's designed to be secure and efficient

lol

> trying to stay as close as possible to the original futaba imageboard script.

this is not a laudable goal
futaba sucks

86 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-02 22:04 ID:7qAZ3yBO [Del]

>>85

He has a strong stance against using bbcode, which can be exploited.

87 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-02 22:17 ID:Heaven [Del]

How about someone make something new and useful and interesting.

88 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-03 05:01 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>84

Author thereof. Wasn't expecting it to be posted over here though...at least not until I decided to do it.

It's not exactly a finished project but the 1.5 release is compressed, packaged, and ready for download I guess.

>>85

I lol'd because it's true. ;__;

I originally wanted to code somewhat of a PHP counterpart to kareha, with a few features added and a few features removed, but after a while I just wanted to code an imageboard/BBS script that worked and ran efficiently/securely, despite the fact that it indeed was coded in PHP. It orignally ran comments through a MySQL database but after realizing the database structure for the boards sucked ass I just switched to log files.

I'm going to be releasing modifications to the script that can be implemented by users if they want, instead of shoving it down their throats like another popular hybrid script (>>80 Hi Trevor!), like a catalog mode, album mode, subback for imageboards, etc. There are some features I'm 50/50 about, like adding the ability to edit posts, hide threads etc. I mean, they seem like somewhat decent features, but I don't want to end up masturbating with javascript.

>>83

Only thing I'll ask you about is if your PHP 2ch textboard was by any chance based heavily off of the freestyle BBS script (from the creators of gazouBBS).

89 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-03 05:31 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>88

>Only thing I'll ask you about is if your PHP 2ch textboard was by any chance based heavily off of the freestyle BBS script (from the creators of gazouBBS).

Nevermind. The question's been answered.

90 Name: Cudder !MhMRSATORI : 2008-08-03 10:58 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>79,81-89
Do we really need another English version of Futaba?

REchan e0 (never officially released), which I used in the first incarnation of REchan, was essentially Futaba translated into English. The one-script-per-board model gets very difficult to maintain if you have multiple boards.

91 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-03 13:16 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

I'd not bother with futaba except for feeling nostalgic towards it, and having seen people whine about MySQL being too difficult for them... and most of the image board software I see in English is heaps of files and multiple conf edits and all sorts of TrevorSaba type bullshit that actually makes editing several scripts and ftp'ing several folders and visiting them with a browser simpler by comparison.

I consider Wakaba/Kareha far superior to anything like this I've seen in PHP, but I've had webhosts who didn't even have Perl installed, so I needed something for my boards.

tl,dr: It's a hobby, it's fun, and I like sharing it with anyone who likes it. I don't see any of the innovative personages here coming up with anything better than all the scripts they say suck, but if they do, I'll be enthusiastic about their stuff too.

92 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-04 02:12 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>90

I don't know if you were talking to me but I'll some questions anyways.

>The one-script-per-board model gets very difficult to maintain if you have multiple boards.

If there's one thing Trevor did right with his scripts it was the ability to create multiple boards with one installation, making it easy to create multiple boards.

I wanted to duplicate that ease with my scripts but still stay true to the futaba style of one board per script, so that's why I've made most of the board creation automated within an admin panel. You can choose whether or not to make either an imageboard or textboard and it will pretty much do the copying of boards and creation of directories for you, all you have to do is visit the script after creation and it will render.

I however do agree with you on the fact that one script per board can get a little irritating, but the reason I left it like that was so making changes to one board was still easy.

>>91

>I don't see any of the innovative personages here coming up with anything better than all the scripts they say suck...

I agree to a certain extent and lol'd.

93 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-04 03:39 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>92

>but I'll some questions anyways.

Should be but I'll answer some questions anyways.

Too lazy to delete my post.

94 Name: ぴよこ!Hy2U2pAndA : 2008-08-04 16:05 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>92

I agree on both the creation of boards from the admin panel and the boards being changed individually, I really like the idea of being able to make new boards without having to bother with ftp, but I've stuck with single-board scripts because of the ease of editing. Most of the repetitive bullshit can be avoided simply by giving the boards some files in common, it's as easy as typing "../", really.

Oh, and thank you so much for showing me your fuukaba script, i feel less ronery in my hobbies now. XD

95 Name: !Hy2U2pAndA : 2008-08-04 16:25 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>90
I'm not out to pander to your needs, this is a hobby with me, just as much as it is with most of you, don't kid yourselves.

96 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-04 19:57 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>94

>Oh, and thank you so much for showing me your fuukaba script, i feel less ronery in my hobbies now. XD

No problem ^^. Although I don't know if you meant to say fuukaba, because that in itself is a different script entirely, just based off the futaba code. That script is Gnac's business.

And for those of you interested, I've been working with javascript and I made some interesting changes to the suigintou UI. Nothing ZOMGLOLBBQ INNOVATIVE, but it looks nice.

97 Name: !Hy2U2pAndA : 2008-08-05 00:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>96

Oy, my mistake in misnaming it... ^_^;

So sorry!

98 Name: !WAHa.06x36 : 2008-08-05 05:57 ID:Heaven [Del]

> If there's one thing Trevor did right with his scripts it was the ability to create multiple boards with one installation, making it easy to create multiple boards.

Actually, no. People create too many boards. They want to run their own 4chan, not their own board, and that's a bad idea. It dilutes participation, and is redudant, and it makes your board die.

The successful boards are pretty much single boards.

99 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-05 20:27 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>98

I understand what you're getting at. People shouldn't be making more than one or two boards because then they end up duplicating boards that already exist (everybody has a /b/ nowadays) and just end up creating a clone of 2chan or of 4chan.

What I was trying to get at with that statement was that Trevor had a good idea but terribly implemented it. Most people who set out to clone these boards won't stop until they realize it's a bad idea to create 60 boards with one script, but with Trevosuaba they'll hardly ever notice.

Hence why with my script it pretty much just creates a directory and moves the needed board script/directories into it, so eventually they'll realize they have 30 directories of boards, cycling away at their host's CPU with no one posting in hardly any of them. In other words, the board creation function was made for the people who like the wakaba style of installation, but need more than one board and hate duplicating directories via FTP and/or control panel.

>>97

No, I mean, I know what the script you're refering to is (it's in fact named fuukaba), but I think you have me mixed up with someone else (Gnac/Ikitsumatatsu) ^^.

100 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-05 20:36 ID:Heaven [Del]

>of 2chan

I mean the Futaba Channel, just to clear up any confusion that might cause in the future.

101 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-10 06:27 ID:Heaven [Del]

Also note, I redid the board structure on my scripts so it's easier to update multiple boards at once. I've sort of moved away from the one-script-per-board model as it indeed was getting to be unbearable to manage, like Cudder so aptly illustrated above. Each board now calls upon the same set of scripts to give them their skin, instead of each board having it's own cluttered into one script. A config script is also included for single board modifications, like the title, manager mode password, etc. As such, you only have to make your edits to the skin scripts and then just rebuild the boards' caches, unlike originally making you apply the modifications to every single board first.

Not that anybody here really cares, but still, thought that I might as well keep posted.

102 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-10 06:34 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>101

And if I may say so myself the script performs a decent amount quicker than it has...probably since I started working on it. Also noticed it cycles the CPU less and is taking up less server-space than it did before (obviously).

Alright, now I'm done with my spamming.

103 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-13 13:41 ID:Heaven [Del]

Yes, arranging the css files and stuff like that with the config file is a big step towards making it all so much easier.

Might as well take advantage of what's there to take advantage of, I mean, they didn't come up with the idea of putting all those variables into a file included in each script for nothing, you know...

Anything that saves excessive work in updating a site is w00ty, regardless of how few or how many boards you have.

An aside on that subject: I do agree with !WAHa.06x36 about too many sites having too many unnecessary/redundant/already-done-to-death boards... I had a guy on my board asking for advice about his site, and he didn't seem to understand through multiple posts that all I was telling him to do was to have one news board instead of seven of them... I mean, come on, boards have threads for a reason, there's no need to make a board for each category of something that could be just fine occupying one board.

I think that the first thing that happens to anyone who gets ahold of a script for making multiple boards is that they immediately try to make 60 boards so they'll look all big and wonderful, and then they wind up with 59 boards to watch over for spam and cp, and nobody posts anything worthwhile because it's just a big empty site and no one will get anything out of their post. So, all these huge new sites get is people seeing a big empty wall to vandalize, as it were.

My friend's site has an image board for its main topic, a random board just for stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else, a text board for discussion, and an oekaki board for drawing. Four boards is enough for all of their needs.

My site is a single text board, it's all I need.

I really think that when people build hueg sites in their attempts to replace 4chan, all they're doing is making more clutter on the net, and I don't think they realize that 4chan became so big BECAUSE there weren't so many sites like it. You can't build an empty mega-mall and expect people to shop there, let alone come back.

104 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-21 23:11 ID:6t3HAvG2 [Del]

4chan's patched Shiichan code has been released upon world4ch /prog/ for a while now but you can snatch it at:
http://mihd.net/8ivnguj
http://massmirror.com/bc62b34134b56724154c77d2b89f61cb.html

Nobody's mentioned img0ch, it's the script used on nico nico douga's text boards. I think one of my sorta side projects for this semester will be taking a stab at translating it.

105 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-22 03:01 ID:Heaven [Del]

I thought img0ch was mentioned, but meh, maybe my memory is just terrible.

Either way I hope you find the time to translate it. Good luck, etc.

Also, side note, I'm currently getting shafted by my host so until that stops I won't be able to upload the new version of my script that, well, fixes things and implements things, to be completely straightfoward. In other words, you might as well not even bother going to the webserver.

106 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-22 10:07 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>105

Makoto, I've got room for you if you need it.

Drop by PyoChan sometime and tell me what you need.

107 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-22 10:11 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>104

Hope you're prepared for a bunch of retards sticking their ass in your face for it. All you have to do is enjoy translating software, and they all come out talking shit about how you're not giving them something original.

108 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-22 14:00 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>107
There are enough english futaba translations floating around on the internet that give the same features. If you're going to bother making another one, you mind-as-well give new features to offer. Otherwise it's a waste of time.

109 Name: Cudder !MhMRSATORI : 2008-08-22 17:28 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>105
I happen to be having hosting problems too...

My script (s0) doesn't have any provision for creating boards through the browser, you have to use FTP and edit text files. The global script does handle the post requests for all the boards though.

>>103,99,98
From looking through the sites listed at the Overchan, most of them seem to follow the same theme: random, anime, porn, more anime, news/events, even more anime, and more porn. Is this just because of the demographic? Looking at 2ch, it has a board for pretty much any topic, and they're all rather active. My site has (well... had for the moment) Hardware Analysis and Reverse Engineering boards, which I haven't seen at any other sites on the o/ch, and yet they remain pretty inactive. From this I gather the English "channer" demographic seems to be pretty much concentrated on porn and anime...

110 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-22 20:29 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>109

That's how most people I've met who use image boards got into using image boards. 4chan's mascot is a manga character, I mean, think about it.

I still can't believe people on 4chan act like it's a wapanese invasion or something all the time, I mean, the whole site was made by people who wanted to "talk about anime."

I think it just goes with the culture, like furfags and cats.

111 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-22 21:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>109

>My site has (well... had for the moment) Hardware Analysis and Reverse Engineering boards, which I haven't seen at any other sites on the o/ch, and yet they remain pretty inactive.

Stuff like that is too specific topic for a board, IMHO. All of that can be covered in /code/ and /prog/, which is probably why you aren't getting alot of traffic.

112 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-23 01:31 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>111
unrelated to the topic of diversity of boards the site also got a bad name with the /code/ and /prog/ types after some botched promotional threads. what i'm trying to say is that rechan isn't the best example of a "unique" board because luck has worked against the site just too much.

113 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-23 11:47 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>112

That and their board software doesn't work very well.

114 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-24 07:56 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>106

Thanks, I had some backup serverspace on another (free >.>) host that I'm using, but if I'm ever in a need of hosting again I'll make sure to hit you up.

I released v2.5 of suigintou, this is probably the only release that I actually could even consider endorsing using, as the others, well, are lacking in a lot of convenient functions. Things that I included in 2.5 like reflink parsing, noko, being able to post text only replies without having to tick an "omg I'm not posting an image" checkbox, auto-linking, no longer required passwords, name/e-mail field remembered by javascript cookies, etc. I'm currently shacking up over at http://dataloss.110mb.com and I hope they don't shaft me as well.

>>112

I'm going to agree with this guy to an extent. Rechan probably would've gotten a lot more activity if /code/ and /prog/ had recepted the threads better, but eh, what are you going to do?...except, try to do your best to get traffic flowing, I guess.

None the less, a completely POSIX compliant OS handed into the public domain does sound like an extremely interesting topic, at least for the moment, but that's besides the point entirely.

115 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-24 08:58 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>114

Eh, the noko functionality is rather imitated by a feature that does the same thing, but instead has you tick a checkbox marked "Noko" in the postbox instead of inputting "noko" in the e-mail field.

Hopefully most of you know what reflink parsing is, and as for "no longer required passwords," I mean that I stupidly enabled a function that required posters to supply a password, that function's been disabled so you don't need to post with a password anymore.

Just clearing up some things because I typed that message half-asleep.

116 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-24 21:51 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>114
Good intentions, but it's really ugly looking (in my opinion, of course).

117 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-24 23:19 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>114
You seem to have missed translating the error messages, or was this intentional? There's also the temp files --- the ones with a tilde on the end. Do you use emacs?

This looks like some sort of combination of shiichan and futaba, but the fact that you need JavaScript to be enabled to show the post form is a big turn-off.

118 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-25 01:31 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>116

Yeah, I agree with you actually. It was a style decision I made when I first released the script, but as time goes by I'm starting to grow a bigger and bigger distaste for the style altogether. I was going to overhaul it soon and replace it with a regular futaba layout, but beforehand I just needed to know whether or not other people felt the same. Thanks for being honest, Anonymous.

>>117

Yeah, I don't know a lick of Japanese and I couldn't find the futaba english translation, so what I've translated is either from Futallaby, or from what I generally know about what the strings are in english. I could simply just re-write the error messages based on what causes them, but I'd rather just take the time to translate them rather than feel like an ass writing my own custom error messages.

As for the temp files, if they're in there, I'm an idiot because they shouldn't be. Yeah, I use emacs. Go figure.

And yeah, I was actually trying to go for some experimental hybrid of shiichan and futaba when I first started this project, but as time goes on I realize that...uh, it might sound like a good idea but this script would benefit from not being written in PHP. And, as for the post form, that javascript was a style decision I made back when I decided to change the style of the board, and as such it'll be removed when I change the layout back to the regular futaba layout.

Thanks for your honesty as well, Anonymous.

119 Name: Cudder !MhMRSATORI : 2008-08-25 06:00 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>118
http://rechan.eu.org/script/futaba-en.zip

Reasonably accurate translation of futaba, it's what I used before I wrote my own script.

120 Name: moot!Ep8pui8Vw2 : 2008-08-25 11:34 ID:Heaven [Del]

Aren't there enough translations of futaba, cudder? I thought you were better than this, I really did.

Oh, that's right, there are enough except when you're involved. I forgot.

121 Name: moot!Ep8pui8Vw2 : 2008-08-25 11:42 ID:Heaven [Del]

Also poor quality, this is a better one.

http://gamexe.freeserverhost.com/temp_chan/script.htm

122 Name: moot!Ep8pui8Vw2 : 2008-08-25 15:22 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>120
>>121
disregard that I suck cocks

123 Name: moot!Ep8pui8Vw2 : 2008-08-25 19:25 ID:Heaven [Del]

I'm now doing a barrel roll, it'll take me up Cudder's butt.

124 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-25 22:54 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>123

It's like playing a game of "carve your own pathway..."

>>117

Some updates.

Most of the untranslated strings have been translated now. Those that haven't were either overlooked or are intentional. There is still some Shift_JIS characters in the script but those in turn were intentional also.

The postbox is now automatically toggled on, you can still unextend/re-extend it, but what counts is that javascript doesn't need to be enabled to post anymore.

I'm currently working on overhauling the style scheme for the usual futaba layout scheme because it looks better (hopefully in other's opinions as well) in comparison. I'll probably still release the other skin, but probably not included within the script compressed archives, maybe as modifications or some crap, I don't know.

125 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-08-28 15:24 ID:Heaven [Del]

I got shafted by another host, for no reason, again.

The webserver redirects to full page ads for shit like golden casino, I'll start looking for hosting later.

126 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-03 21:55 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>125

Yay, a friend of mine is hosting me for the time being.

I also finished 3.0, the demo board (showcasing only some of the new features) is over here at: http://dataloss.we-is-experts.com/board/

For the changelog/feature list for 3.0, check out the readme at http://dataloss.we-is-experts.com/board/readme.txt, I'd take the time to highlight things here on this board but I'm exhausted and sick, so I would like to get to bed right about now.

Enjoy, pick apart, make suggestions, etc.

127 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-03 21:58 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>126

Also before you ask, the script is available in two compressed archive formats on the front page (I shamelessly stole the style from desuchan ;)

And yeah, IPM is me. What the acronym actually expands to is beyond retarded, but I use it because others recognize me by it.

128 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-12 21:05 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>127

Res page caches added, broken admin panel deprecated, bans now managable by external textfiles, noko, secure tripcodes, admin/mod capcodes, reflink parsing, etc.

A bunch of the crap I've added (or in the case of the admin panel taken out).

This means, yes, it installs more like wakaba now, and yes, I got rid of the stupid board creation function.

Your fortune: Reply hazy, try again

129 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-12 21:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>128

>This means, yes, it installs more like wakaba now

Or futaba, whichever comparison you'd like to make.

Yay!

130 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 01:35 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

How are you supposed to view people's IP's in order to ban them? The admin panel showed the IP/host so that problem posters could be banned...

I made a script for editing text files, like the ban files, but without a way to view IP's, it's sorta pointless to even have an IP ban file...

131 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 01:37 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

Screw it, I'll just add a checkbox and let the admin/mod pass ban people. Liked "your" script better when it didn't just look like Futaba, though.

132 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 03:50 ID:UQpftV3E [Del]

http://img2.info

another imageboard script...more info there, feedback welcome.

133 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-13 12:16 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>131

...uh....

Do you not see the big "Manage" link on top of every board? That's the management panel, in which there are two radio buttons, "Management Panel" and "Manager Post."

The former radio button takes you to a menu for deleting posts, in that menu the host of each poster is listed. Just grab the host from there and plop it in the external datafile for host/IP bans, it's not exactly that hard.

>The admin panel showed the IP/host so that problem posters could be banned...

Uh...that's the management panel. For a while there was a shii-chan like admin panel in this script that I deprecated with this release because most of the features it included were bloat and half of them were broken.

>Liked "your" script better when it didn't just look like Futaba, though.

I really can't tell what you're trying to get at here, but I'll try.

If you're referring to the past look of the script, than that's just personal preference and really, I'm sure most people liked the original futaba look better,

If it's features you're talking about, and you think I just renamed a translated futaba and released it...um, you obviously haven't looked at it at all, because there's a metric fuckton of crap I hacked in.

Res page caches (static html of individual threads)? Post highlighting/quoting/reflink parsing? Secure tripcodes? Noko? Javascript to remember the name and e-mail fields (surprisingly not ganked from wakaba!)? Admin/moderator capcodes? Bans manageable via external datafiles? Ommited image count along with ommited post count? Not having to tick a checkbox that says "lol omg i'm not posting an image" if you want to post an imageless thread? etc.

tl;dr: SERIOUS BUSINESS

134 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 13:16 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>133

Yeah, I'm not stupid, I was 95% asleep. I figgered it out once I did a test install. Sorry for provoking you to incredulity, but admit it, you've been asleep while looking at scripts before too.

May I suggest one little teeny-tiny feature? And a rather Big one too?

  1. Implement Poti Board's edit feature. People can redo their post instead of deleting it if they make a simple mistake in their post. This is something I consider a genuinely useful feature, as it can save a lot of time and messiness on a board.
  2. Rig up an oekaki module for it. Poti Board is the best Futaba-based board script with an oekaki option, but there's a lot of files, it's all in Japanese, and a lot of the config stuff just plain blows. If you could do this with your current version it'd put it way above the rest of the Futaba-based php scripts out there, and I'd be able to replace my Poti Board with your script, and appreciate your efforts forever.

If you could do these two things, you'd rock.

135 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 13:23 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>132 Now that's just awesome.

136 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 13:27 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>134 Case in point in favor of an edit option for a board. I meant to say, "Poti Board is the best Futaba-based PHP board script with an oekaki option", because it's nowhere near as good as Wakaba, though Wakaba requires MySQL.

137 Name: serv : 2008-09-13 13:53 ID:CQKzhs/2 [Del]

>>136

i made a post editing feature for kusaba

138 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-13 14:03 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>134

While looking? Hell, I've been asleep while coding...

It's no problem, I just haven't been having the greatest of days today (cleaning up a flooded basement with a wetvac is not my idea of fun...fuck you Illinois weather).

>Implement Poti Board's edit feature. People can redo their post instead of deleting it if they make a simple mistake in their post. This is something I consider a genuinely useful feature, as it can save a lot of time and messiness on a board.

An edit function, eh? Shouldn't be too hard to implement. It'll most likely resemble potiboard's function rather than desuchan's though, since there is such a thing as too much javascript. ;_;

>Rig up an oekaki module for it. Poti Board is the best Futaba-based board script with an oekaki option, but there's a lot of files, it's all in Japanese, and a lot of the config stuff just plain blows. If you could do this with your current version it'd put it way above the rest of the Futaba-based php scripts out there, and I'd be able to replace my Poti Board with your script, and appreciate your efforts forever.

Hmm, again this shouldn't be too hard to edit in. I'll probably throw it in as a function in suigintou.php by default and let the user decide whether or not to turn it on in the config (0 = no, 1 = yes...).

I'd most likely just use ShiPainter for the applet, is that okay?

139 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 14:18 ID:Heaven [Del]

With more than one page, suigintou 404's on clicking "next".

140 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-13 14:33 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>138
That'd work just fine, I don't like PaintBBS anyway. ShiPainter is the only applet I use for oekaki drawing.

141 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-13 16:18 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>139

O.O

Yeah, fixing that as we speak, but until it's done I'm taking the archives off the server so nobody else gets broken code.

>>140

Alright, cool. I'll see what I can do.

142 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-09-13 20:01 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>139

Fixed. Redownload suigintou, and if you have existing boards copy the new suigintou.php and replace the old one with it, then update the board's caches (in the management panel) and the other pages should render.

Now I'll work on your other suggestions.

143 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-14 00:44 ID:Heaven [Del]

Smashingly awesome, and I look forward to seeing what else you can do with that old cow. Thanks, Makoto!

144 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-15 06:48 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>137

That's pretty cool, but it isn't enough to make me want to use Kusaba... XD

145 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-17 08:47 ID:DmgSl+GE [Del]

>>135
awesome you say..thanks. i added polls now.

http://img2.info/thread_31

146 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-17 13:52 ID:eLL3Cqz8 [Del]

>>145
awesome is an understatement D:

147 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-17 14:11 ID:Heaven [Del]

>145 Please, please, pleeeeease, keep it a single-board script. I'd hate to see it get as overused as KusaTrevor, those sites are tumors on the ass of the internet.

This is probably the best new image board script since Wakaba, no lie. I love the way Youtube videos are implemented, and a lot of other stuff about it. If you release the code before I die from exposure to the internets, I'm installing Python on my server, just so I can have a copy of this running.

148 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-17 14:11 ID:Heaven [Del]

Fuck, I meant to type >>145...

<_<;

149 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-17 21:27 ID:Heaven [Del]

http://404chan.net/test/
Thought you guys might be interested. Nothing special really.

150 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-18 04:34 ID:jQ7GF3Jq [Del]

>>147

i dunno. if i dont build in multi board support then running more than one board would require one process per board (~30mb mem) or running via plain cgi which would be slow (although possibly fast enough with caching and a slow board).

it is tempting though, for one thing it makes the code much cleaner and it would discourage people from making loads of unused boards.

151 Name: !WAHa.06x36 : 2008-09-18 07:04 ID:DWtPbM2E [Del]

>>145

The post form is kind of a mess. Too many things going on in there. Also, the part with the checkboxes breaks horribly if the browser window is narrow. Typing things into the normal textboxes may be unintuitive to new users, but it also doesn't overwhelm them with mysterious options they don't understand.

Also, forking seems like the kind of thing that just adds complexity and confusion. One of the key features of this kind of board is the simplicity. You don't need to have an automated option for everything, if you can do it by hand just as easily. Like forking, people could just say "Hey I am starting a new thread on the topic brought up in post so-and-so", and that will be much easier to understand for everyone involved.

With a lack of complex features, people use natural language to describe what they are trying to do instead, and that tends to make things easier for everyone involved.

152 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-18 09:52 ID:LoRM0ge8 [Del]

>>151

i agree the post form is messy/dont look quite right... its a sort of jumble instead of a neat little stack atm.

not sure what you mean about the browser width thing..

im not likely to do 2ch/futaba style tripcodes or sage/noko in the email field - i can see what you mean about making input simpler for new users but i always found these things to be unintuitive. there is a sort of cuteness appeal there, but it just doesnt that much sense - what if you want to give an email (on a few boards i have actually seen people using the email field for that lol) but also want to sage or noko, or what if you want to sage and noko (i have wanted to before). the whole "sage as an attack against the op" thing is kindoff depressing to.

about forking...well you may be right, but i want to try it out. it is configurable anyway.

thanks for the input, i do appreciate it.

153 Name: !WAHa.06x36 : 2008-09-18 14:38 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>152

Hmm, on another machine, the "Bump Thread" label wrapped all the way to the left, but it doesn't on this machine. Funny that.

154 Name: serv : 2008-09-18 17:35 ID:PagQqKLq [Del]

I figured with all the changes I'm making to kusaba I might as well just be the one continuing development on the software.

So without further hesitation I am announcing that I am taking up development of kusaba.

I am working toward a kusaba 2.0 release.
I am also working on getting a sourceforge project for it.

But for now you can keep up to date on my progress and planed features through this thread:
http://www.operatorchan.org/sug/res/379.html

155 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-18 19:08 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>154
I'd suggest starting from scratch, you'd have to rewrite the entire thing to make any sort of improvement. The new features look promising though.

156 Name: Eleo!EhVtXXdTd6 : 2008-09-18 19:29 ID:0VFXXHxl [Del]

I've recently made alibi source code public.

I don't know how familiar any of you are with EleoChan but it's a not-extremely-popular imageboard that uses a tagging system instead of traditional boards. It's different in a lot of ways but the same in others. It was originally written in Ruby on Rails but I've ported it to a similar framework called Merb.

The port was actually more like a complete rewrite. As such it's only 80% complete. However, it runs, you can make posts and such, edit them, delete them, and what not. Some of the features are pretty nice if I do say so myself. There are missing features like an error messages for failed posts. I plan to keep working on it eventually but right now I'm busy a lot with school.

The reason for the release is to get my name out there, see if anyone else can add any features, and lastly because EleoChan is soon closing for a variety of reasons.

I'm going to guess that most of you are completely unfamiliar with Ruby, Rails, Merb, Git, GitHub, or the necessary things to get it running on your host (presumably a VPS) such as Mongrel or Phusion Passenger. In my own head, this is a good thing, to prevent a dozen sites on cheapass Dreamhost accounts popping up everywhere. Anyone smart enough to get it running is free to use it. If I had to give one a quick tutorial on how to get it running locally:

  1. install ruby for your OS
  2. install the gems listed in the INSTALL file

2a. There's probably some gems not listed in that that you'll have to install, you'll find out what they are when you try no. 3 and you get exceptions.
3. run the app locally with "merb" in the alibi directory and fool around with the app at localhost:4000

http://github.com/Eleo/alibi/tree/master HOPE YOU KNOW HOW TO USE GIT

This is the second time I've done this.

157 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-20 21:31 ID:eLL3Cqz8 [Del]

>>156
nice job on this, also glad to see someone else using git instead of clunky svn.

158 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-22 11:01 ID:ZvmT6R2L [Del]

>>154

Well, problem being all the purists here seem to hate kusaba with a passion. That makes finding support a little harder for those who need it.

159 Post deleted by user.

160 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-22 11:16 ID:ZvmT6R2L [Del]

>>154

How the hell did you get F5 to work properly with kusaba? That's one of the problems everyone seems to have with it.

161 Name: serv : 2008-09-25 12:24 ID:PagQqKLq [Del]

I made a google code project for kusaba 2.0

http://code.google.com/p/kusaba-2

162 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-25 15:14 ID:ZvmT6R2L [Del]

>>161

So, when are your improvements going to be released? I like what I see so far. I've managed to make the kusaba news script have the same appearance as 4chan's news script, and I've done the same with FAQ and Rules. I'm not much of a programmer but I have been having quite a measure of success with making the software a little more aesthetically pleasing. If I could help, let me know :D

163 Name: serv : 2008-09-25 15:23 ID:PagQqKLq [Del]

>>162
Well I try to update the current source code at the google project within 2 days of a new feature being coded.

If you guys want I could fix a few thinks up and release a "current version so far" download.

Could I get a link to the imageboard where you have changed the look?

164 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-25 16:21 ID:ZvmT6R2L [Del]

>>163

http://www.animeyo.net/kusaba/news.php

Currently scrounging webspace from a friend :P

I've left the top part where the logo should be blank, purely because I haven't had time to make one yet. One function that kusaba's news script needs is a limit to how many news posts are displayed, with the rest in an archive akin to 4chan's.

The rules and news page are actually stored in a text file somewhere on my other computer. FAQ and Rules look a little odd as another admin felt the need to try and mess with the CSS. Sideframe is also undergoing re-design whenever I find the time.

165 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-25 16:23 ID:ZvmT6R2L [Del]

>>164

Disregard bottom paragraph, meant to say rules and faq page are stored in text files.

166 Name: serv : 2008-09-25 20:56 ID:CQKzhs/2 [Del]

167 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-26 02:49 ID:aCt6XTbx [Del]

http://www.bokusu.org/

I know there us already a thread for this but what the hey, this is for those are interested. the guy who made this has already upped the source code.

168 Name: Anonymous : 2008-09-30 18:49 ID:yB12T3KQ [Del]

one of the mods from 24chan is coding for a new version of kusaba called Kusaba X.

http://kusabax.org/

169 Name: tj9991!Dongsf1Nqc : 2008-09-30 23:18 ID:t7mJGTK5 [Del]

Why the fuck are people trying to continue my script?

Seriously, I abandoned it for a reason. What the shit?

170 Name: !shoBoN83/k : 2008-10-01 03:43 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>169
I'm loving you more and more with each post.

171 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-10-01 14:50 ID:NZCbYVVh [Del]

>>169

My hero.

How's the multi-threaded python script working out? PyIB, right?

172 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-01 19:11 ID:3y+3UScK [Del]

>>171
If you knew anything about his Kusaba script, you'd already know the answer: Just as shitty.

173 Name: tj9991!Dongsf1Nqc : 2008-10-02 00:31 ID:t7mJGTK5 [Del]

>>172
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>>171
I uploaded the first public release today, http://code.google.com/p/pyib-standalone/ for anyone who is interested. Note that it's just for testing, as I've been busy with other things and haven't had the time to make it more user friendly for the maintainer or added any non-essential manage features. I'm having a hard time of drawing the line between kusaba's feature overflow and a lack of features.

174 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 01:31 ID:yB12T3KQ [Del]

>>173
I'm just curious, but what was your reason for discontinuing Kusaba?
Just sick of Php?

175 Name: tj9991!Dongsf1Nqc : 2008-10-02 01:48 ID:t7mJGTK5 [Del]

>>174
A lot of reasons. Being sick of PHP was one of the major ones.

Another major one was constant service to help the people who used kusaba to host a direct 4chan clone, who knew nothing about MySQL/PHP and barely could get the thing installed without my help, let alone maintain boards with it.

After a little experience with Python and a lot more with Haskell (which is my new favorite language) I just can't bear to write PHP any more without thinking "I could do this so much cleaner/easier in Python/Haskell".

176 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 02:14 ID:yB12T3KQ [Del]

>>175
Yeah the big thing keeping me stuck on Kusaba is the well designed management panel.

I worked in Wakaba for awhile, and Kusaba just... I don't know, it's easier to manage.

177 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 10:27 ID:iXmjAqrn [Del]

>>175

an imageboard in haskell..now that's the kind of insanity i can get behind

178 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 12:06 ID:Heaven [Del]

Looks like 7chan is working on yet another fork of Kusaba.

179 Name: Hitler!Jews.8snwU : 2008-10-02 17:59 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>178
They're just using parts of Serissa.

180 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 18:23 ID:EaxwhiOU [Del]

>>175

I was disappointed by Kusaba and documentation / support available. I understand that is hart to run project alone. I can understand pre-release code, bugs, little to none support. Its OK.

I was pissed out when you abandoned project like a child. No word of explanation, no warning, nothing. You should keep domain, make statement on the front page and let it run for a year befor closure. Just to make clear what happpened, why you decide to quit.

I will not have high expectation with your new shinny python imageboard. I know that sooner or later you will fall in love to another language and this project will follow Kusaba fate. Good luck, and next time try to quit as mature person.

181 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 18:51 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>180

>I will not have high expectation with your new shinny python imageboard.

This.

182 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 19:35 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>180
Trevor knew, as well as everyone else, that a 4chan-in-a-box was a terrible idea. Although that's not what it was meant for, it's what it had turned into. PyIB is looking fantastic, from what I've seen of it so far (as far as performance and code).

183 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-02 20:12 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>182
And how will PyIB be any different? It doesn't take a genius to figure out how to add separate boards, etc.

The only reason why people love Kusaba so much is because it makes everything 10x more efficient to manage.

184 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-03 03:49 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>183

>And how will PyIB be any different?

Then don't complain.

185 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-03 13:51 ID:TGYIFTzF [Del]

progress on img2 slowly continues... disregarding the broken css, any thoughts on thread watching? http://img2.info - Watch a thread then mouseover the "Watched Threads" title at the top right.

186 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-10-03 14:19 ID:NZCbYVVh [Del]

>>173

Installed python + lib modules, just gave it a test run. Yay for not having to deal with DreamHost's process killer!

I like the idea of a multi-threaded imageboard script, but, sadly I doubt most chans generate enough traffic to utilize it properly. It certainly sounds nice for the process to spawn multiple threads so templating and database reads/other work can be done concurrently, but although execution time will improve, I'd be more worried about the system load from the extra threads, especially since there are multiple threads spawned for IO operations.

>>175

>Being sick of PHP was one of the major ones.

To be honest, ever since I started working on my futaba hack (if anybody cares there are links to it in this thread...somewhere), I've come to a bunch of points where I just wanted to scrap it and restart the project in a new language, mainly because of the fact that the PHP dev team shuns proper security practices and PHP's overall sloppy nature (not to mention futaba is fucking horrid code-wise, even for PHP), but because I'm a lazy fuck, that's probably never going to happen. :(

187 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-03 22:21 ID:Heaven [Del]

Ick, why would anyone want to hack futaba.

188 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-10-03 22:39 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>187

;_;

A friend of mine asked me to do it, originally, so I really didn't exactly "wan't" to do it. I figured I might as well distribute it for anybody else who wanted it, but, to be completely honest I've really lost interest in the entire project myself, considering futaba's horrible codebase, the limits to CSV flatfile logs and the slow performance of the original MySQL table structure (which I'm not going to spend my time to go back and reformat).

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190 Name: sage : 2008-10-04 01:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>184
He's just going to give up on PyIB sometime down the line too.

191 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-04 11:13 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>190
I doubt it. FIOC is awesome and isn't something someone would just "give up" on.

192 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-05 12:21 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

iLEƒÖE`j Kusaba needs to finish dying, please cease the necromancy!

193 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-05 19:24 ID:3y+3UScK [Del]

You know, I haven't seen one valid argument as to why Kusaba is bad in this thread. The only thing I've seen people say is bad is PHP itself.

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195 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-05 19:33 ID:3y+3UScK [Del]

>>194
PEBKAC is the only thing there. Just because of the stupidity of the users is no reason to hate the software.

196 Name: The clit : 2008-10-06 00:59 ID:gU1RqieB [Del]

serissa.org is exactly like kusaba?

197 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-06 12:26 ID:3y+3UScK [Del]

>>196
I don't think the people at Serissa have any idea what they are doing. I'm looking at their code, it's written shitty as hell.

198 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-06 19:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>197
All they're doing is making it worse and more ugly. They have no clue what they're doing.

199 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-07 01:08 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>197
>>198

Hey serv

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>>199
He has a point.

201 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-07 14:17 ID:pJFbRBeA [Del]

>>199
>>200
Learn to read IDs.

202 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-07 15:21 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>199
Serv's Kusaba 2 isn't looking much better.

203 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-07 23:16 ID:yB12T3KQ [Del]

>>201
What?

204 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-08 03:40 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>202

However, serissa actually works. Craperatorchan hasn't actually made any additions that work.

205 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-08 04:18 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>204
Serissa would be better if they started removing all the bloating features Kusaba had, rather than adding more.

206 Name: serv : 2008-10-08 12:49 ID:PagQqKLq [Del]

I have not made a release version of kusaba 2 yet.

If you want a preview release i could make one over the weekend.

207 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-08 15:39 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>206
No, don't waste your time.

208 Name: Eleo!EhVtXXdTd6 : 2008-10-09 00:22 ID:Heaven [Del]

dongs

209 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-09 03:24 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>207

This.

210 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-10-09 15:57 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>206

>No, don't waste your time.

211 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-10 17:10 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>204
i wouldn't say it works when it got taken down by "hackers on steroids", maybe you should fix the obvious bugs before you add more useless features.

212 Name: oh : 2008-10-10 19:40 ID:AKqoC3oS [Del]

>>211
What obvious bugs exactly? Do you have a clue what you're talking about?

213 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-10 20:28 ID:LF5ZtYgJ [Del]

>>212
Why the fuck do you have a different ID from your other posts?

214 Name: 1!rpXGguGO.E : 2008-10-10 21:49 ID:O2iHApaK [Del]

>>213
It's a mystery.

215 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-11 05:33 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>213
This cool thing called a dynamic IP address

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218 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-17 06:15 ID:f7jkmoU6 [Del]

>>210

Hey what happened to Suigintou did you give up on the project?

I liked the idea that you were going to make a script that could be expanded and have features you want, rather than have the software force features down your throat like Kusaba and it's forks.

And the way it handled youtube videos in a pop-up window was a plus. Only problem was it wasn't user friendly. (people who can't read errors in Japanese)

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220 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2008-10-17 11:06 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>218

The project still lives over here: http://dataloss.we-is-experts.com/

You may remember it from the old 1.0 days, when I was too lazy to convert the Shift_JIS encoded characters to UTF 8 and translate them. I still am too lazy to do that, which was why I switched the primary codebase to a pre-translated futaba, which sadly meant that some functions I wrote were not re-implemented, simply because of (again) laziness. I can probably hack in youtube embedding if you really want it, I guess.

However, to be completely honest, I wouldn't really advise using the current release. The code is still extremely sloppy and inefficient (it is based off Futaba after all), which is why I'm pretty much spending some time here and there to re-writing it, using a saner, more efficient and secure codebase (well...at least as close to one someone could get with PHP...).

If I finish it I'll archive the source and throw it out there, but there's no real guarantee that I can be bothered to. We'll see how it goes.

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222 Name: !.jnLoPRJW. : 2008-10-20 18:54 ID:6sLIJHfX [Del]

Takana has been released tonight.

Demo can be seen at http://10chan.net
Takana can be downloaded at http://10chan.net/takana_r7.zip

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228 Name: Ultra!.jnLoPRJW. : 2008-10-21 11:53 ID:Heaven [Del]

Takana r8 has been released, with a small fix for textboards.
http://10chan.net/takana_r8.zip

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245 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-22 02:33 ID:Heaven [Del]

> Anyway, how difficult would it be to modify the kareha imageboard script to look more like wakaba?

just using the files from the mode_image directory instead of the mode_message directory should do it, shouldn't it?

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255 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-22 15:54 ID:Heaven [Del]

Also do me a favor and stop shitting up this thread, which is supposed to be about imageboard scripts.

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272 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-24 01:12 ID:Heaven [Del]

> (## used for wildcard rather than asterisks because they fuck up the wakabamark)

PROTIP: you can turn off wakabamark if you click on the link that says "More options..."
also, i'm making this post with the formatting set to wakabamark...
*chan *chan *chan *chan
wakabamark isn't as stupid as you think it is. an * at the beginning of a word that isn't followed by an * at the end of a word is ignored.

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275 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-24 16:48 ID:rw0GQlKI [Del]

Does anyone have any information on running and install 0ch script on a apache2 server?
The 0ch script is located here and mostly just text, there is also a img0ch script
http://www12.atwiki.jp/0ch/pages/1.html

276 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-24 17:29 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>275
Why would you want to, unless you can read Japanese. And if that's the case, then you should be able to read the instructions.

277 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-24 18:35 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>275
http://wakaba.c3.cx/soc/kareha.pl/1223828209/l50 might be a better fit.
>>276
I'm not 275 and wouldn't know why he wanted to run it, but I would be personally interested in getting 0ch running (just locally for me), simply for the educational value of it. 0ch is a proven, solid textboard script -- essentially the defacto standard of text boards -- and yet there are very few non-Japanese-based installations. Really, textboards have been far overshadowed by imageboards, thanks in part to the death of world2ch, and the situation wasn't helped much by 4chan. It's unfortunate, too, as the textboard style is perhaps easier to "get" having no prior experience with anonymous forum software.

278 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-25 05:17 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>277
Translating it would be a beast, nonetheless. I send my regards to >>275

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280 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-25 10:11 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>278
Not only that, doing anything with it would be pretty hard too. Have you ever looked at the source?

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292 Name: !WAHa.06x36 : 2008-10-25 13:08 ID:E58e5o+4 [Del]

Ok, you just posted 7 replies in a row.

I'm now officially tired of you flooding a thread which is supposed to be for the discussion of scripts with your endless, unrelated tirades.

All discussion about this idiotic topic has been deleted. If you absolutely want to continue blathering on, start your own thread about yourself.

(Also, and this is but a personal peeve of mine, if you are going to use big words like "Argumentum ad Hominem", learn what they actually mean. Hint: It doesn't mean "insult". Here you go: http://plover.net/~bonds/adhominem.html)

293 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-25 13:37 ID:y+Tte8I3 [Del]

>>292
Sorry, I never intended for it to be this way.
My opinion: those kusaba offshoots should focus on cutting it down rather than building more stuff off of it.

294 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-25 17:15 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>280
I did once, but it was a while ago. After about 10 minutes of fooling around I decided to give up.

295 Name: Anonymous : 2008-10-26 17:08 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>294
I spent about four hours working on it once, with heavy help from babelfish. Got to the point where I could post and never figured out how to use the admin panel (which was the whole point of installing it locally; I mean, if I just wanted to post I'd just go to an existing board...) so I gave it up.

296 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-04 12:57 ID:m2k6p6G2 [Del]

img2 0.1 (test) release: http://rpill.net/img2/0.1.zip

297 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-05 04:22 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>292

Lulz, I've been saying the same thing to him on his board for the last 2 weeks. He seems to think copypasta'ing words makes him look intelligent, which is then made void by the fact he has to post a 450000+ words long tirade that spans several posts.

298 Name: heh man!fi.Jek4HW6!!CLcXMLmO : 2008-11-12 19:45 ID:S34KKPdY [Del]

>>64
YOU FUCKING FAIL IT

299 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-13 02:54 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>298

Quit bashing out your tears via a keyboard and learn that it's true. TrevorSaba sucks.

300 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-13 12:56 ID:HiZtx/tW [Del]

300GET!!

301 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-24 03:50 ID:2EFRJNCf [Del]

any opinions on polls?

I am considering removing them from img2 (example http://img2.rpill.net/thread_63) because since they are based on unique ips they are trivially easy to abuse...making them little more than a novelty...perhaps?

i know some people consider them a novelty even if they arent easily abused.

302 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-24 07:17 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>300
Cancer get

303 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-24 08:10 ID:VLRnCxsF [Del]

>>301

i have no problem with your removing watched threads and polls

304 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-25 15:35 ID:/1RrRMaA [Del]

>>303

both gone (in trunk). Now i just have to make everything work with javascript turned off.

Now im thinking of some sort of board aggregation feature - like a dynamic wakachan but with some sort of thread previews or something...would be off by default of course.

305 Name: heh man!fi.Jek4HW6!!CLcXMLmO : 2008-11-29 18:19 ID:f3AN3DMc [Del]

>>299

WAKABA IS A PIECE OF FUCKING GARBAGE. DEVELOPMENT OF IT SHOULD BE STOPPED.

306 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-29 19:10 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>305
that'd be a lot more convincing if you hadn't already worked so hard to establish a reputation as a butthurt kusabafag.

307 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-29 20:40 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>305
So is Serissa.

308 Name: !WAHa.06x36 : 2008-11-30 15:56 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>306

Also if development was actually proceeding in any fashion.

309 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-01 12:38 ID:XtrHWY5w [Del]

>>308
kirtaner's doing a pretty damn good job of it but he keeps the code for himself. Given all the idiots that would start shitty *chans with it I don't fault the guy.

310 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-10 13:32 ID:1qiqANl+ [Del]

>>309

True, I have never actually used drugs but I still have a keen interest in 420chan, purely because of kirtypoo's script.

311 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-10 22:28 ID:CwHnOTqB [Del]

>>310 isn't it a wakaba derivative?

312 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-11 06:55 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>311

It's an incredibly heavily modified wakaba script. Kicks ass.

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314 Name: heh man!fi.Jek4HW6!!CLcXMLmO : 2008-12-19 19:00 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>307

>LOLOLOLOLLOLOL OMFG KUSABA AND ALL DERIATIVES OF IT SUCK OMGLOL WAKABA IS THE SUPREME IMAGEBOARD SOFTWARE ROFL xDDDDDDDDDD

That's all I'm getting from you.

Serissa is the best shit ever. If you dont use it then fuck you faggot.

315 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-19 19:16 ID:86lBvnW8 [Del]

>>314

>LOLOLOLOLLOLOL OMFG WAKABA AND ALL DERIATIVES OF IT SUCK OMGLOL SERISSA IS THE SUPREME IMAGEBOARD SOFTWARE ROFL xDDDDDDDDDD

That's all I'm getting from you.

Wakaba is the best shit ever. If you dont use it then fuck you faggot.

316 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-19 19:48 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>314
Why is Serissa the only derivative that can't accept the fact that it is based on garbage code?

Hell, even the code added to it is garbage.

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320 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-20 21:37 ID:Heaven [Del]

The people who develop Serissa are pissing in an ocean of piss.

321 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-20 21:38 ID:Heaven [Del]

And the people who support it are swimming in an ocean of piss.

322 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-20 23:34 ID:Heaven [Del]

The people who are using it are drinking an ocean of piss.

323 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-30 10:45 ID:lAIMAK5G [Del]

img2 0.2 released.

http://img2.rpill.net/img2/

324 Name: Anonymous : 2008-12-30 17:28 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>323
I must say, I'm liking the looks of this, I'll keep my eye on it.

325 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-01 11:30 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>323-324
why do people do that? do they really think it'll convince anyone who wasn't already going to look at their shitty software to look at it?

326 Name: 324 : 2009-01-01 17:56 ID:ad3IxLXH [Del]

>>325
For the record, I wasn't >>323, and I wanted to show him my interest in his project.

327 Name: LiteralKa!!UIR4DE3n : 2009-01-01 18:03 ID:S8nNl+OL [Del]

Hey, WAHa, could you delete >>94? It's making the page return errors, (I'm browsing on http://wakaba.c3.cx/soc/kareha.pl/1098971981/1-93,95-325 because of it)

328 Name: LiteralKa!!UIR4DE3n : 2009-01-01 18:12 ID:S8nNl+OL [Del]

First off, @ >>325 the software looks pretty good, don't assume that all imageboards are as shitty as kusaba or serissa (they don't even deserve to be capitalized.)
Second, @ all the people interested in 420chan's code, http://www.autohotkey.net/~LiteralKa/index.html shows the evolution of the available code from when it forked (Just the JavaScript, the 420chan Extension, and epicfail.js, aka bee.js for stoners)

329 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-01 20:49 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>324 does look suspiciously like some posts i got on a board i run... some idiot would post spam for one of those shitty kusaba derivatives and then come back a few hours later and post something like >>324 (with sage) from the same IP.

img2 looks pretty messy to me. but i don't know python, so maybe python code just always looks like that.

330 Name: LiteralKa!!UIR4DE3n : 2009-01-01 20:53 ID:S8nNl+OL [Del]

>>329 Haha, this actually looks decent, far from a kusaba fork.

331 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-02 07:25 ID:AxcUmPh3 [Del]

>>329 likes to pick apart droppings to find out if the animal ate berries.

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334 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-02 14:02 ID:Heaven [Del]

gives LiteralKa some sage to use in his posts

Don't delete >>94. It just needs the name field to be fixed.
Also based on those diffs, I never ever want to see any of 420chan's code.

335 Name: LiteralKa!!UIR4DE3n : 2009-01-02 14:56 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>334

>Don't delete

Erm, that's what I meant.

>I never ever want to see any of 420chan's code.

That's just the JavaScript and the Extension really. I'm more interested in some other things.

336 Name: !WAHa.06x36 : 2009-01-02 15:15 ID:Heaven [Del]

Yes, >>94 is caused by an old bug that I forgot to fix on this board. I really should get around to writing a script that fixes the errors it caused, but I've been lazy.

337 Name: LiteralKa!!UIR4DE3n : 2009-01-02 15:17 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>336 I recall you mentioning that bug in the spam thread.

338 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-25 04:24 ID:MWFNZonk [Del]

339 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-25 15:47 ID:Heaven [Del]

Yotsubanome: a modified version of the no-MySQL Futaba script.
http://4chan.b33r.net/sparky4/+4/script/

340 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-25 16:47 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>339
Die in a fire.

341 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2009-01-25 19:14 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>339

>Suigintou

lolwut

I don't know which version of Suigintou you used, since the zip archive supplied is missing a central directory, but the last (and final) version I released cached threads to static HTML (aka /res/12345.html instead of ?res=12345) instead of dynamic threads. It's terribly simple to do. Plus, it handled reslinks like wakaba does.

That said, I'm glad SOMEONE got some use out of that crappy futaba hack. Trust me though, eventually you'll ditch it because Futaba's codebase is completely absent of structure...or readability...

342 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-25 20:33 ID:Heaven [Del]

> completely absent of structure...or readability...

yeah, right. it can't be as bad as this:

 sub main_page_threads(){
my $thread;
return if !@$threads;
my $c=0;
for $thread (@$threads){
if(++$c<10){
my($id,$title,$lasthit,$postcount,$permasaged,$deleted)=@$thread;

%>

<div class="<%= $permasaged?'permasaged':'' %>thread" id="t-<%= $c %>">
<div class="navarrows">
<a href="#threadlistbox">&uArr;</a>
<a href="#t-<%= $c==1?(10>@$threads?scalar @$threads:10):$c-1 %>">&uarr;</a>
<a href="#t-<%= (($c==10||$c==@$threads)?1:$c+1) %>">&darr;</a>
</div>
<p class="threadtitle">
<a href="<%= $ENV{SCRIPT_NAME} %>/<%= $id %>">
<%= $title %></a>
(<%= $postcount %><%= $permasaged?', '.S_PERMASAGED:'' %>)
</p>

<%

my $sth=$dbh->prepare('SELECT * FROM posts WHERE thread=? AND NUM = 1;') or
die S_DBERR;
$sth->execute($id) or die S_DBERR;
show_post($sth->fetchrow_array());
$sth=$dbh->prepare('SELECT * FROM posts WHERE thread=? AND num !=1 ORDER '.
'BY num DESC LIMIT 9;') or die S_DBERR;
$sth->execute($id) or die S_DBERR;
my $posts=$sth->fetchall_arrayref();
my $post;
for $post (reverse @$posts){
show_post(@$post);
}
reply_form($id,$postcount);

%>

</div>

<%

}
}
}

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what kind of bastard mix of ASP and Perl is that?!

344 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-26 09:51 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>343
it's called PerlHP.

345 Name: yXp[L[(4 ^^)z ~c!AZWpeumso.!!eJGCM4nm : 2009-01-27 07:15 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>341
SCREW YOU

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347 Name: Anonymous : 2009-01-30 13:52 ID:Heaven [Del]

new front page taking threads from every board @ http://img2.rpill.net/

the number of threads taken is (with some exceptions) proportional to the number of posts on that board in the last 4 days.

348 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-05 19:14 ID:xF0hQlOO [Del]

imgboard.php of 4chan's Yotsuba has been leaked. Config and whatnot are required for it to run properly, but it's pretty run going through the code and seeing what's been added.

Source.

349 Name: Makoto!!QPpGvuVX : 2009-02-05 22:54 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>348

This is precisely what happens when you keep piling crap on crap.

350 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-05 23:49 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>349
at least it's better than all those trevorsaba forks.

351 Name: yXp[L[(4 ^^)z ~c!AZWpeumso.!!eJGCM4nm : 2009-02-06 07:02 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>348
interesting
it is similar to futaba.php
hmmmm thank you very much.

352 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-06 10:53 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>351
http://1chan.net/futallaby/

lol: FUTALLABY IS NO LONGER IN DEVELOPMENT. Wakaba can do everything Futallaby does and so much more.

353 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-06 12:15 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>351

>it is similar to futaba.php

I wonder why? It couldn't be because 4chan is derived from futaba.

354 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-11 02:22 ID:Heaven [Del]

Does anyone happen to have the broomcloset.php source? I find the main file intriguing and would like to see what else there is.

355 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-11 05:10 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>354
Ask 4chan's admins.

356 Name: yXp[L[(4 ^^)z ~c!AZWpeumso.!!eJGCM4nm : 2009-02-11 06:14 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>I find the main file intriguing

ME TOO!

also
F (^^)
F SiS^^j
F iOOj
F OOj

= original Anonymous

357 Name: LiteralKa!!UIR4DE3n : 2009-02-11 07:36 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>356
... The main file is far too bloated to be interesting.

358 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-12 02:56 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>357
He's only interested at the prospect of stealing code for his shitty futaba hack.

359 Name: yXp[L[(4 ^^)z ~c!AZWpeumso.!!eJGCM4nm : 2009-02-12 06:25 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

i am glad shitty people like
Western Anonymous
stays out of lt̉肿˂

360 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-12 07:18 ID:/28rwsIR [Del]

>>359

I'm willing to bet you're some fat 14 year old american kid, so your point is invalid.

361 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-12 21:22 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>360
he's probably one of those annoying korean-american kids who pretend to be japanese.

362 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-14 16:16 ID:NhsnX9H6 [Del]

>>361

I'm pretty sure cutting out the korean part and replacing it with naruto/bleach-watching would be a lot closer to the truth.

363 Name: Anonymous : 2009-02-14 17:21 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>362
the only real difference there is whether he reeks of kimchi and body odor or just body odor.

364 Name: Mr. Vile!l9/dToUs32 : 2009-02-16 16:05 ID:IznUD+bJ [Del]

366 Name: Anonymous : 2009-03-14 08:11 ID:g7cGm2Pv [Del]

367 Name: Piyoko!skVdjceh/k : 2009-03-25 14:47 ID:Pxvt8mdp [Del]

>>364

I just recently managed my only-ever-successful install of that one. I'm translating it in my spare time, but I'm also working on translating the PHP version for people who have too much trouble with CGI scripts... lol.

I actually like how it allows post editing by users and mods, it's something I've always felt was a bit lacking in other scripts. So many people always have to make double posts just to correct mistakes they made in their previous posts and all.

368 Name: gchan : 2009-03-25 15:42 ID:LUoXT387 [Del]

>>364 >>367
This is my PHP Joyful-Note.
http://gchan.co.cc/joyful/

And ather PHP script.
http://gchan.co.cc/bbs/

370 Name: Piyoko!skVdjceh/k : 2009-03-30 01:03 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>368

I have the one from here, http://script.s16.xrea.com/ but I like that one you're running, too. Video links can be cool.

The above URL also has a version of their PHP Joyful Note that's rigged up for oekaki, I thought that was nice, too. At least for those of us who are oekakifags.

371 Name: Anonymous : 2009-03-31 13:03 ID:aB0Qum1g [Del]

yo, img2 now has a demo board that resets every 24 hours. login with admin:password - http://demo.img2.info

372 Name: gchan : 2009-03-31 17:11 ID:LUoXT387 [Del]

>>370

This is my oekaki-room.
http://oekaki.web44.net/oekaki.html

OriginalScript - futaba.php (gazou.php custom)
Edit By Punyu Net.
http://www.punyu.net/

OekakiApplet - PaintBBS
http://shichan.jp/

373 Name: gchan : 2009-03-31 17:52 ID:LUoXT387 [Del]

OekakiApplet - PaintBBS - http://shichan.jp/
Oekaki Shi Painter Download site.
http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA016309/spainter/

374 Name: gchan : 2009-03-31 19:18 ID:LUoXT387 [Del]

>>370
Do you know PHP 2chBBS Edit By http://script.s16.xrea.com/ .
This script can upload magefile.

It's my demo-Board.
http://f50.aaa.livedoor.jp/~iiii/2ch/bbs/

375 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-01 12:30 ID:Heaven [Del]

The thing I don't understand is why the the infinite amount of files?

376 Name: Piyoko!skVdjceh/k : 2009-04-01 17:23 ID:Pxvt8mdp [Del]

>>374

I love that board script, but it sometimes will throw up a "user settings lost" error, and I got tired of trying to fix it...

If you know of a fix for it, please post it here.

377 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-02 00:18 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>376
What happened to your sites?

378 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-02 06:22 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

can any one please test yotsubanome?

http://4chan.b33r.net/sparky4/+4/script/

379 Post deleted by moderator.

380 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-02 15:03 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>378
No, it's unnecessarily bloated and broken at every corner.

381 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-03 12:31 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>380
Agreed

>>378
Come back here when you're older and you've whipped up a "BETTER" script for us to look at. Seriously, your site makes a Kusaba-based board look good by comparison.

382 Name: gchan : 2009-04-05 06:15 ID:LUoXT387 [Del]

383 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-05 15:03 ID:SbtRx8gK [Del]

>>381

>your site makes a Kusaba-based board look good by comparison.

WOAH WOAH WOAH. Let's not go that far.

384 Name: Piyoko!skVdjceh/k : 2009-04-05 19:31 ID:ILGfhg9U [Del]

>>377 My server b0rked, something about lack of money.

i owe them some 40 bucks and then they'll give me alla my shit back...

Good luck getting it, my new job starts in 3 weeks and pay is bi-monthly.

385 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-07 06:14 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>381
>>380
be a bunch of dicks

i just simply need help and only very few people responded

386 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-07 11:43 ID:Heaven [Del]

Fuck off already. I reported a bug on your website and all I got was you calling me a jerk and banning me. Who wants to try your mess of a code if you're just going to insult people if you don't agree with them?

387 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-08 06:27 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>386

i KNOW there is BUGS I JUST DON'T KNOW WERE

YOUR JUST POSTING THE PROBLEMS AND NOT SHOWING ME THE SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM

did you see
http://www4.atpages.jp/oeb/test/script/index.htm
THIS YET?

and i need help
not the cold heartless help

i mean people who can actually see the bugs and point out were they are and what to do

im not being lazy

i just don't see the bugs

gchan is the 1st person to actually improve the script!

here is one of the bugs
the cookies are not created....
although
they can be read

this bug needs to be fixed BIG TIME!!!!!111

ill unban you
if you don't post negative like comments like that
and just telling me how crappy the script is.

it is not crappy
just UNDER DEVELOPMENT

ok?

388 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-08 12:13 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>387
Hah! The only thing I said was that the script was incredibly broken and provided a screenshot showing said brokeness.

The only thing you want are people to stroke your ego and say nice things about your script. If you really wanted to improve your script you would accept criticism.

389 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-13 06:44 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>388

>If you really wanted to improve your script you would accept criticism.

There is TOO MUCH OF IT!!!!

Just about all the critisisem says is it sucks, and they are NOT BEING SPECIFIC

Yotsubanome is Quick and Dirty.

It is the futaba script at heart.
I just fixed it up with more features and it needs professional help to really get it out of this buggy stage left from the futaba team

ok
here is one thing

the original futaba script is not tested very well with Firefox
so there for some files don't get uploaded.

ex. *.bmp elc.

another thing is
In original futaba script, when the user deleted their thread the reply images remain and don't get deleted.

these are the thing i know what is wrong with futaba script
i learned about them by making yotsubanome.php

390 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-13 06:50 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>389

4chan's script has received professional help

i need help with some of these problems >_<

391 Post deleted by user.

392 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-13 07:03 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>390
the problem comes from the tree log reading

it only reads
the $resno

$resno,$no,$no,$no.... and so on

it only reads the 1st line

393 Post deleted by moderator.

394 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-15 06:43 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>392
the 1st post in the thread line

395 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-15 16:08 ID:Heaven [Del]

Sparky, leave this support shit on your own website. This thread is about IMG board scripts, not about solving your problems. Please do not post off-topic.

396 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-16 05:58 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>395
nobody goes there....

397 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-16 08:51 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>396
If nobody goes there in the first place, then nobody wants to hear about it on this board.

398 Name: sparky4!d4PgUl.A.6!!yXE6P5xt : 2009-04-17 06:05 ID:CBGGypJ0 [Del]

>>397
JERK

399 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-17 16:28 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>398

The truth hurts, eh?

400 Name: Anonymous : 2009-04-17 22:42 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>398
Typical sparky response to anything he doesn't like.

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402 Name: B.T. Waldegrave, Esq. : 2009-05-11 23:38 ID:HrEk0Wj7 [Del]

Wakaba provides plain noodles and cooking tools. The cooking tools are all clean and everything works admirably, but you have to use your own spices.

Whereas Kusaba X is instant cup ramen and a microwave.

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404 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-12 18:02 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>402
But where do you get the water from?

405 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-13 05:04 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>404

THE PIPES, OBVIOUSLY!

406 Name: B.T. Waldegrave, Esq. : 2009-05-14 15:57 ID:HrEk0Wj7 [Del]

>>404
Effort.

407 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-14 16:27 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>402
You are implying that you have to build Wakaba from scratch in order to get it to work. Which is clearly not true.

I don't know about Kusaba X, but in my experience, Wakaba was definately more easy to install than Kusaba.

408 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-14 16:28 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>404
you don't. that's why kusaba boards suck so much.

409 Name: B.T. Waldegrave, Esq. : 2009-05-14 22:46 ID:HrEk0Wj7 [Del]

>>407
Well you could always eat the noodles raw, but that wouldn't be a pleasant experience.

410 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-15 00:55 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>409
I don't think you understand analogies, yours is incorrect.

411 Post deleted by user.

412 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-16 20:22 ID:Ss4zxDns [Del]

>>410
Sounds like someone didn't get it.

413 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-19 17:37 ID:8WfV7YI4 [Del]

you forgot Kusaba X and Serissa

http://www.kusabax.org/

http://www.serissa.org

414 Name: B.T. Waldegrave, Esq. : 2009-05-19 23:54 ID:HrEk0Wj7 [Del]

>>410
Perhaps you're the one lacking understanding.

415 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-20 15:42 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>413
back to bed, spraky.

416 Post deleted by user.

417 Name: HR!YgQRHAJqRA : 2009-05-20 16:01 ID:8WfV7YI4 [Del]

>>415
no u

418 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-21 22:12 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>167
Script is being used by someone over here:
http://neuchan.net/tacos/

>>413
At least TJ realized the mistake of releasing Kusaba, you guys will probably have to learn the hard way.

419 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-22 21:41 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>418
Nice concept, poorly executed. I can't begin to say how trashy that text board looks.

420 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-24 18:19 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>418
Apparently it requires "JAASCRIPT'.

421 Name: Anonymous : 2009-05-31 01:15 ID:GV5SJktO [Del]

img2 version bump: 0.5.

http://img2.info

422 Name: Anonymous : 2009-06-23 14:08 ID:Heaven [Del]

423 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-03 14:04 ID:XSPejhAF [Del]

img2 version bump: 0.6 - captchas and init script.

http://img2.info

424 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-17 18:08 ID:8WfV7YI4 [Del]

>>410

Don't worry. It's just Waldegrave being pretentious.

425 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-17 20:13 ID:IATmyRp/ [Del]

What's avaliable in terms of single-board php imageboard scripts?

I'm currently using a tweaked fuukaba basic for the university anime club site, but it has a few bugs and can't make stickies. I was considering futallaby or something but it's not recommended any more, and i'm not entirely ready to commit myself to using a fully featured multi-board script.

Fuukaba Basic: http://www.magmagateau.com/chan/arse/res/170.html

426 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-18 06:56 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>425
Just use wakaba, and hack in stickies yourself if you really think you need them for some damn reason. (But you don't need them.)

427 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-22 16:21 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>426

Wakaba is perl + db. Free hosting doesn't have perl (that's the rule, not the exception), and there's not enough traffic to get the benefits of an sql database. I'm pretty convinced php + flatfile is the way to go, just there's a dearth of scripts. There's 95chan's edits of futallaby, though i havn't heard much about it. Is there anything else out there?

Wrt/stickies: Stickies have their place. Currently there's a notice at the top of the page with basic details and recent news and so forth, but it looks kind of like a post anyways. Why not make it a[mod-editable and locked] sticky?

428 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-24 00:45 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>427

Agreed.

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430 Name: !MILKRIBS4k : 2009-07-24 11:43 ID:Heaven [Del]

431 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-25 08:04 ID:RDbszjb9 [Del]

>>427
There are several very good hosting sites that offer Perl hosting like x10hosting, Heliohost, and ATB Host.

432 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-25 08:05 ID:RDbszjb9 [Del]

>>430
I do not recommend those kind of sites like freehostia, they are very restricted.

433 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-25 11:49 ID:uN7s+FvV [Del]

>>430
You're an anus!

434 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-27 00:13 ID:Heaven [Del]

000webhost.com is the common thing to do here. PHP, no perl.

435 Name: Anonymous : 2009-07-27 07:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>434

>Fraud Warning
>http://000webhost.com/
>
>The page you are trying to open has been reported for distributing malicious software. Any software from this page may be harmful. Opera Software strongly discourages visiting this page.

436 Name: Anonymous : 2009-08-01 21:13 ID:Heaven [Del]

Do any scripts let you move posts between threads?

437 Name: Anonymous : 2009-09-19 12:52 ID:Heaven [Del]

438 Name: Anonymous : 2009-10-07 14:23 ID:3fwcbn6f [Del]

img2 version bump: 0.7

Since 0.6 gained:

  • Translation capability
  • RSS per thread/board/global.
  • UI tweaks.

Info/get it here: http://img2.info/readme.html

439 Name: Anonymous : 2009-10-09 05:22 ID:bZ3XkVNU [Del]

does anyone knows any anonymous php bbs?

440 Name: Anonymous : 2009-10-10 14:39 ID:aoFVSeAt [Del]

Testing something.

441 Name: Anonymous : 2009-10-13 08:36 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>437
Trevor went back to PHP?

442 Name: Anonymous : 2009-11-12 12:03 ID:XSPejhAF [Del]

img2 version bump: 0.8.

http://img2.info/img2/

443 Name: Anonymous : 2009-12-04 12:51 ID:+11AWKW4 [Del]

444 Post deleted by moderator.

445 Name: Anonymous : 2009-12-28 13:21 ID:XSPejhAF [Del]

img2 version bump: 0.9

http://img2.info/

Changes since 0.8 are:

  • consecutive deleted posts are shown by a single marker
  • forking is no more.
  • javascript-using anti-spam feature
  • you can import from other boards more easily.
  • when you select text in a post and click "Quote" that text is quoted along with the post id
  • easier installation (fewer/simpler steps)
  • bug fixes

446 Name: Anonymous : 2009-12-29 02:12 ID:ghBxOYtX [Del]

>>445

Just to warn you: a client-side script script to keep out spammers is pretty useless.

447 Name: Anonymous : 2009-12-29 07:10 ID:XSPejhAF [Del]

>>446

It will work against automated, non-javascript aware, non-targeted spam, no?

448 Name: Anonymous : 2009-12-31 16:02 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>447
not really.

449 Name: Anonymous : 2010-01-08 16:10 ID:BwTNQqAS [Del]

>>447
A bot that isn't aware of javascript will ignore your javascript-based anti-spam script. You retard.

450 Name: Anonymous : 2010-01-14 15:58 ID:Oj3qEZl5 [Del]

451 Name: Anonymous : 2010-01-19 22:50 ID:QP858Utu [Del]

I've been using PyIB, and someone has hacked and deleted the entire home folder (except .htaccess and pyib.txt). Twice. The script folder is still there though.

Is this kind of exploit possible? I'm relatively new to Python and I don't have any clues of what kind of attack it was. Anyone with experience with PyIB?

452 Name: Anonymous : 2010-01-20 01:56 ID:QP858Utu [Del]

I forgot to say that we blocked foreign IPs, but the SSH console was still open to foreign IPs. One day we opened the site to foreign IPs and it got hacked some hours later, which makes me think they exploited PyIB in some way.

The database was fine. They just deleted the files.

453 Name: Anonymous : 2010-02-04 18:43 ID:yL3qqgq+ [Del]

454 Name: Anonymous : 2010-02-08 13:44 ID:LM1MobBD [Del]

post more please!

455 Name: noko : 2010-02-08 16:20 ID:RgU20Lce [Del]

Hi!!!! LOL

456 Name: LiteralKa!!He9YNACU : 2010-07-21 17:09 ID:UWf0o33j [Del]

>>336 Still no?

457 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-22 08:00 ID:4jgZ3eia [Del]

`b`Ă3܂
http://navitime.me/drive/s8i04t5
4ɏAEłȂǁA50炠悗

458 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-22 20:00 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>453
Java? Excuse me but what the fuck?

459 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-23 23:11 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>458
If you have one you've written in a language like Haskell, Scheme, or C, you can complain about Java. Otherwise, you're just like the idiot managers who force people to use Java for things it's completely inappropriate for.

460 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 00:16 ID:Heaven [Del]

>If you have one you've written in a language like

Sorry sir I can't make sense out of your message.

461 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 00:17 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>459
Java isn't appropriate for anything.

462 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 01:51 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>461
Post the code for your Haskell, Scheme, or C imageboard, or stop being a management-level idiot.

463 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 11:41 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>462
C and Haskell are inappropriate languages for an imageboard as well. Scheme is ok perhaps, if not for the lack of libraries that would necessitate reinventing (or tracking down code for) basic things that other languages more suited to the task already have, particularly database interaction and image processing.

464 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 16:10 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>462
Crying Javafag.

465 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 18:01 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>464
Butthurt non-programmer.

466 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 18:20 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>465
Are you saying a Java programmer is a programmer then? Wow.

467 Name: Anonymous : 2010-07-24 20:57 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>465
Not liking a specific language doesn't make me any less of a programmer. That's like saying someone isn't a musician because he doesn't like metal or some shit. Grow up.

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469 Name: Anonymous : 2010-09-21 14:37 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>464

>complain about java being shit
>tons of php scripts

Your troll, I rate it 5/10.

470 Name: Anonymous : 2010-09-22 00:00 ID:W7bnIPWp [Del]

some spinoff folks from /x/-paranormal @ 4chan built their own imageboard script (Bastion) and are constantly adding features. its got some weird stuff like a reward points store (points awarded for generating discussion) and a multiple dice roller. only downside is it requires registration/login since they've been raided so many times on their old boards.

471 Name: Anonymous : 2010-09-22 10:51 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>470
i don't think i'd trust anything developed by idiots who can't figure out how to stop a bunch of autistic kids from shitting up their boards.

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479 Name: Anonymous : 2010-10-21 14:48 ID:Q91rPs1V [Del]

>>477
Google 'bastion sanctuary' they just modified an old copy of bastion and removed the gaming features and merged it with an imageboard script.. it's still pretty cool.

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488 Name: GxkiaZNT : 2011-10-28 16:22 ID:cR2tEQy5 [Del]

wgrvuecf

489 Name: aXhYEDpa : 2011-10-28 22:12 ID:cR2tEQy5 [Del]

ymzipgmn http://kpiyan.com/

490 Name: ᴍʀ. ᴠɪʟᴇ!PRoGN.piPE : 2011-11-06 21:38 ID:Aq3w9dAt [Del]

I should have posted this a long time ago:

http://9ch.in/overscript/

491 Name: qrShcTYL : 2012-01-15 13:29 ID:cR2tEQy5 [Del]

dlrvumdf

492 Name: rwxAoTXQ : 2012-02-27 13:00 ID:mojWCinE [Del]

dnjobrry

493 Name: wsRvUIuk : 2012-02-27 15:52 ID:mojWCinE [Del]

jnhqjbp

494 Name: Anonymous : 2012-03-03 03:47 ID:tK/yWyRO [Del]

The fuck? The moderator deleted my legitimate post.
http://doushio.com has the best script.

495 Name: Anonymous : 2012-03-03 05:35 ID:yFbrCw9E [Del]

>>494
But but there's nothing except some animu background image and "ǂ悤H"

496 Name: Anonymous : 2012-03-04 00:16 ID:1C9/RVyq [Del]

497 Name: Anonymous : 2012-06-27 23:53 ID:mlq5DULV [Del]

>>496
Why the shitty homepage though?

498 Name: Anonymous : 2012-06-30 01:18 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>496
Gotta admit, watching some guy type a reply in realtime was pretty cool.

499 Name: Anonymous : 2012-06-30 16:27 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>498
After checking this out some more, I think it's a good idea but it doesn't work very well as an image board. Everyone just posts in the most active thread. Might as well get rid of threads entirely or make them more useful somehow.

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