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 No.2234[Reply]

This is the thread for discussing improvements, fixes, additions and development of oyasumi-chyuu, a site made to house /qa/'s collection of OPs and EDs. Up until now I've been working on it on my own, but it was always intended to become a place that the community can develop together. I haven't asked for any help on it because I wanted to learn how to do things on my own, but now that it has most of the main features that I wanted to add its a good time to open it up. If it seems like a very basic site, thats because it is. I'll make a github soon enough so everyone can look at the actual files and help improve them as needed, but if theres something that you think needs to change and you know how to do it, by all means please help.

Theres a number of fixes I want to work on now but for now I want to focus on the development of a scraper. Its been suggested that we make a scraper that will pull information about a given OP from a site like anidb.net. The scraper will put the information into the post form for the user, so all they really have to do it select the file to upload, select which OP it is and hit Go. This will both minimize the chance for errors and wrong or inaccurate information entered, and will make uploading a series of videos from the same show much simpler. Aside from this, its also been suggested to make a scraper that will collect more information about the song used in each OP itself )such as the song name, artist) and display that. There are a couple other sites that have information on the complete soundtrack from different shows so we can pull from there. Plus, if we pull from those sites, it gives us a more accurate number of how many OPs and EDs a series has so we can collect them all. I haven't looked too deeply into this, so if theres anybody out there with any experience or who knows how to do this your help would be greatly appreciated!
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 No.3871

>>3864
Depends what you mean by "raw BD disc release." Do you mean you have an actual disc, and/or the .iso or .ts that someone dumped? Or, do you just mean you've downloaded an entire raw anime (that's already been encoded, and is just missing the subtitles) and you're just trying to find the NCOP and NCED files?

 No.3875

>>3871
Maybe the entire raw anime which has been encoded? It's where the folder structure is set up like this. BDMV may be what I'm thinking of.

https://nyaa.si/view/1256238

 No.3876

>>3864
i dont think youll be able to search for the file specifically. what i usually do is when i find a BD that has NCOPs/EDs in it ill go to the uploader who put it on nyaa and search all BDs uploaded by them. ive found that they will pretty consistently always have NCOPs along with the rest of BD. example here https://nyaa.si/user/Doki?f=0&c=0_0&q=BD




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 No.2301[Reply][Last50 Posts]

The site's core features are still good, but the battle against bugs is never ending.
Joining the bugs now is poor design decisions and maintenance of Vichan over the decade that has left it in a poor state and even making some bugs impossible to fix. An example of this is the 0-NF database design (where all file information is put into an SQL column) makes it impossible to cleanly fix a bug where the home page runs out of images when people post lots of .mp4 files.

In no particular order:
- Database needs to be put into a more normalized format for easier bug fixes and maintenance
- After PHP7.4 related issues the Twig1.x template engine should be ripped out and replaced with a Twig3.x version
- API page generation will be less strenuous on servers and allow for clearer code. Exceptions might be on the installer and mod pages which will continue to use legacy page generation… but maybe they won't
- Dumping YouTube IFRAME elements into the page is slow for users and forces a lot of unescicary JavaScript on them. YouTube videos need to be thumbnailed.
- API page generation will simplify this issue.
- There's a lot of "kind of but not really OOP design" all dumped into a functions file or spread out hap-haphazardly. The design is already pretty close to being OOP, so might as well just take it all the way.
- Making modifications such that the kissu-board is usable for others
After these changes the software can't really be called Vichan anymore because even if some functions still exist, the core has been completely altered.

Old Thread:
https://web.archive.org/save/https://kissu.moe/b/res/1884
Some posts from there will be moved over.
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 No.4121

fixed some issues on the overboard

 No.4125

verified the API server works as intended, next I have to clean up some concerns with the front-end and finally verify that posts can be made through the application with appropriate responses

Then final finally is testing it on a copy of kissu on my local machine. If all works as intended then it can be beta stage and act as an experimental new UI where people can give feedback and make adjustments to existing features.

 No.4130

>>4081
My thoughts are that developers are the main people who use the context menu and that the majority of users won't mind. It's an experiment that we'll have to see about




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 No.4127[Reply]

Friendly greetings from
https://8channel.org

 No.4128

it's down

 No.4129

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キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!

 No.4132

now make jole sing Big Time Rush

 No.4133

キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!




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 No.4087[Reply]

Why did /qa/nons migrate to kissu.moe and 4chan's /qa/ is filled with soyboy wojaks right now? What happened? I've been out of 4chan for a while.
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 No.4096

>>4090
Hm, this image was lost with the move.

 No.4097

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They started handing out rangebans to innocent people. I guess is they got tired of banning bumpbots every day and certainly were never going to take action against the person/people that made bumpbots necessary, so they just rangebanned people posting 2D stuff.
Some people got the typical blanket rangeban, others couldn't post threads, and still others couldn't post images.
In hindsight I'm glad it happened, though. Things are so much better here, even if we miss out on spontaneous activity from new people

 No.4098

>>4097
I wouldn't say the spontaneous activity is gone, throughout the year kissu's been in use there's definitely been a good amount of passerbys even though this board isn't as big as 4chan.

 No.4109

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>>4096
Here you go.

 No.4126

>>4093
viruse

do not clicke




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 No.4008[Reply]

make jp sfw board
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 No.4017

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>>4010
>spoiler your nsfw posts
Done. That won't be an issue from me and it takes no effort, can't say others will follow suit though.
>get a job hippie
Can't no jobs….

 No.4056

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take that stinky faggot board

 No.4122


still boycotting /jp/

 No.4123

>>4122
is it working?

 No.4124

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>>4123
/jp/ here, it is.




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 No.3588[Reply]

I have some nonsense to ramble a bit about but nowhere to say it and nothing developed enough to warrant its own thread.
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 No.3948

>>3938
gotta love how teenmin deleted the guro spam to help facilitate more politics discussion

 No.4103

I think there's by and large three types of platform, the forum, the chat room and the blog. The key difference in each is where posts go.
The room is the most basic, and at a fundamental level would appear to be identical to the forum. But a forum's threads affect the visibility of each other, taking up slots, moving around, getting buried and all that, none of which occurs with chat rooms. I believe that's what it comes down to when differentiating between a chat room and a forum.
The blog is the most peculiar, because instead of a user posting into a common space, the space is the user's profile itself and no one but him can post on it. Unlike forums, threads do not exist separate of profiles and other users can only reply to each other's posts but never start a thread on someone's profile like one could on a board. There's also news sites, which you could say are made up of one profile with multiple users (the staff) and the readers who lack a complete profile.

 No.4104

>>4103
why does this sound so familiar

 No.4106

>>4104
It is a mystery.

 No.4120

making an ib must be tough work… all the things to fix




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 No.4110[Reply]

Would it be a bad idea or a good one to allow for a higher post limit on /jp/. Say for game threads that require posting about hosting

 No.4111

pls increase bump limit for sokuniggers

 No.4112

I don't think it's necessary, it's not like the board is very fast.

 No.4113

Moved to >>>/poll/690.




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 No.4099[Reply]

Big list of imageboards easily sortable

https://socialwiki.top/wiki/Imageboards

Enjoy

 No.4100

A good advertisement, for once.

 No.4101

>>4100
Why would it be advertisement and not simply information?

 No.4102

>>4101
It's publicizing a site, I instinctively called it that.

 No.4107

this uses alexa to gauge a board's success…

 No.4108

>Name
>GNFOS
>Description
Gay Neets From Outer Space

Perfect.




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 No.4070[Reply]

¥Waiting on the #qa banner
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 No.4075

>>4074
Well, the only requirements for regular banners are that it be SFW and non-political. It's not really a matter of implementation. It's one of allowing said banners to stay up.

 No.4076

Respect people's rights not to be confronted with sexual imagery when they open up a board.

 No.4078

>>4076
I mean maybe exclusive banners for boards like /megu/. Not something that'd appear sitewide.

 No.4079

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>>4076
I was mostly joking with my post. I just wanted to say saucy.

 No.4080

it's fine, nothing meant by it. Just saying that's where my point of view is coming from.




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 No.4066[Reply]

Was feeling that kissu was a bit slow these past couple days. However when I went to check my /all/ tab I keep open to track post counts it appears that the site is doing just as well as it usually is, only content is becoming more spread across the boards. It begs the question of how this look affects the site as a whole. So with that in mind I want to know what /b/'s opinions are on this matter. Is content being spread out a good or bad thing?

Personally I find it to be a mix of both since it has allowed for a more varied appeal for the site, but having some boards be not as fast may make it feel as though the site isn't as fast.

 No.4067

>>3967 shows that it does impact the impression people get from the site. I can't really say whether sticking to one board is a standard practice, but if someone does so then their experience on kissu is certainly going to be worsened. There's the /all/ message in red, though.
Now, if it has any other effect beyond that, I've no clue.

 No.4068

>>4067
Wonder if there's a way to get people more to use /all/ on their first visit.

 No.4069

I believe this was one of the concerns raised in the /poll/ thread on the creation of a new board (/jp/) and "splitting /qa/." That splitting /qa/ and/or creating more boards without a rise in the number users would cause a halving of activity between boards precisely because post rates tend to remain steady globally.

At any rate, I'm not really convinced this is a bad thing. Prioritizing post rates over quality is a fool's errand. I'd much rather have a "slower" imageboard than attract people who care of speed only for speed's sake. People who care for actual discussion will stick around regardless.

>>4068
I think that's looking at the issue backwards. If anything, users should view the respective boards first to understand their atmosphere and topic. Then, if they're longing for activity, they should consider using /all/.




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 No.4051[Reply]

Sleeping devs…

 No.4052

damn it…

 No.4054

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I've got a bunch of version inconsistencies… I have multiple versions of kissu's software floating around on github, here and my test server so I moved something the didn't work onto kissu when I meant to move the github version.

 No.4055

a /qa/ bug???

 No.4057

>>4054
are faeries a kind of bug

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>>4055
will it give many hugs?




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 No.4025[Reply]

why is 4G/3G so slow?
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 No.4037

>>4036
tested whilst using hotspot

 No.4038

>>4037
highest download speed 6.6mb

average : 2-4mb (?)

(?)not tested but an informative guess

 No.4039

>>4038
these speeds are fine for CoD, more likely you're suffering from high packet loss or jitter

 No.4040

gaming uses very little bandwidth, meaning internet speeds are irrelevant, mobile internet inherently has inconsistent and shitty latency, even a bottom of the barrel adsl connection will be vastly superior latency wise(unless infrastructure is shit where you live)

 No.4049

>>4039
wireless hotspots give me a nat: type 3 (strict) connection

no matter how fast my download speed is, I will only be able to play 6v6 team deathmatch or 24/7 shoot house/shipment otherwise I'll get severe lag




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 No.4042[Reply]

HURRRRR DURRRRRRRR

 No.4045

is this one of those new pokemon?

 No.4048

>>4045
pokemonster hunter world




 No.4023[Reply]

キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!

 No.4024

What's the meaning behind going smaller and smaller?

 No.4026

spyware botnet hardware




 No.4012[Reply]

Will his programming gain mainstream recognition post-mortem now that he's not able to say so many outlandish things?
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 No.4019

Dang, after growing a beard he went from looking like he's 15 to about 20.
Oh, and too bad Terry going to be the butt of a joke of more mainstream memers now, huh

 No.4020

>>4019
oh, that's linus

 No.4021

>>4019
Can't be worse than /pol/tards weaponizing and appropriating him, though…

 No.4022

>created his own programming language
>created his own Operating system
>created his own file format
Why wouldn't the CIA be after him? He was too mush of a genius for his time. Bet he's done some other top secrect stuff too.
El-Psy-Congroo?

 No.4035

I hope so and I hope the glow in the darks fuck off.




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