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this makes me want to cry...

also why is it more annoying to input an embed file now
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broke the site again
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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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i'm only go to warn you once to turn your crypto miners off

(actually outdated jquery libraries, resolved now https://imgur.com/lHpAOwv)
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Do you think we should do any outreach at 4/jp/ with all of that brouhaha going on? On one hand there's still some good people there, but on the other hand it's still 4chan so they're the minority
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Truly, IRC is the last bastion of old internet
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Bored/Free thoughts thread

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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Locked Thread Discussion

If there needs to be discussion on locked content please do so either here or elsewhere on this board
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why hasnt kissumin implemented browser fingerprinting if he actually enjoys to keep track of highroller important posters like he claims
unless... he has!

even with common 'anti-fingerpritnting' measures that modern browsers use, it's still trivial to identify posters down to the single person even amoung millions of posters and with kissus small population it would be so easy to catalog every single poster
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Aimless rant thread

Because people need to get it out of their system
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i hid a thread from index but it still appears in catalog. Is this an intended feature? cookies are enabled btw
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For some reason my posts throughout multiple vichan boards are auto-nokoing, even if the options field doesn't exist. What could possibly be causing this?
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Is the /xmas/ custom CSS working for you? It should look like pic related.
Does it work if you open a private window?
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hey friends i just made a new chan drop by and say hi sometime

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/qa/ debate club

Let's start a club to help teach our dear vermin how to hold a successful discussion without resorting to fallacies and other terriblenesses out the ass. I think it will be a good learning experience for all!
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Reviving the lost /qa/ in /jp/

To preface, I think that /qa/ has been wonderful so far. It’s provided a place for people that want to get away from the crappiness of the modern internet and has proven to be a nice haven for those rangebanned off of 4/qa/. There’s nothing more I could ask of the admins in regards to how things have been handled so far.

My concerns today stem from /jp/, the secondary board made to be /qa/’s dumping grounds of sorts. Its purpose has always been murky and shrouded in a veil of vagueness, but I believe today that there is a path for kissu to clear this vagueness and give the board a clear purpose alongside being a side for less important funposts. My proposal is that the moderation of the board become more hands off from the staff, and more hands on for the posters. This of course, excludes crap that doesn’t belong on a 2D/Random board in the first place such as 3D, cancerman/frogs, and politics discussion.

The for this reason being that while /qa/ has appealed to the section of 4/qa/ that liked to take it easy and talk to each other about meta, otaku culture, and the like, there was also another portion of 4/qa/ that has been largely ignored by kissu from the getgo. These posters being those who were interested in /qa/’s unique clash of cultures which lead to the creation something wholly unique and fun. That 4/qa/ from 2017 has been mostly lost to history, and while some may think that the current “board wars” going on are representative of it, I think it to be a wholly different concept. The clashing cultures of 2017 were more closely related to each other, and weren’t really vying for presence on the board, but rather the clashes were due to the differing philosophies and values of those posting. Leading to passionate arguments, lighthearted shit/funposting at each other, fun trolling of each other, and a lot of positive inter-board interaction. For the most part this doesn’t exist on kissu in its current state, mostly that’s due to staff moderation standards. While not being the exact same, they’re a bit too similarly strict on both boards towards those that clash with the current culture, thereby making the possibility for this to occur once again extremely, if not entirely, unlikely.

That is why I believe the moderation on /jp/ should be even more lax than it currently is. If the possibility is there, then I believe kissu also has the capability to pull it off. I think there’s a fair amount of people who may have been interested in the extension of this on kissu that would be interested in coming back if /jp/ were to become a gathering for posters with differing perspectives and cultures. It is also true that this wouldn’t just be a net negative for /qa/ posters themselves sharing a site with those who clash with them, as on 4/qa/ people were able to have fun with it and exhibit creativity in their retorts to what they may find kuso. So while it may not seem like a good idea to some on paper, it could turn out to be more enjoyable than people think.

There’s also the problem people have had with /jp/ since its inception, that it’s quite difficult at times to distinguish what goes on it or /qa/. The difference between the two isn’t very clear and oftentimes threads that wouldn’t seem out of place on /qa/ are posted on /jp/ or vice versa. Just as well, living in /qa/’s shadow /jp/ hasn’t really seen much growth of its own. When /qa/ is active there’s not usually much going on in /jp/ and when /jp/ is active it somewhat sucks away from /qa/. I think it would be nice if both boards could be active somewhat independent of each other. Bringing the “epic” to /jp/, as some would say, would help /jp/ to be more active independent of whether /qa/ is or not, and also help to create a clearer difference between the two boards, making finding where to post a thread more simple.
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the new homepage looks nice and all but can you please change it back
R:21 / I:5
Can vtubers be banned already?
I am sick and tired of the posturing and the faggots who keep posting them as if to incite more /pol/-tier outrage. Almost all of their threads devolve into trash, about as bad as politics threads were, but there's far more of them.
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Come to zzz/tech/ (it is not a warzone)
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The RIAA strikes again.
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gif autoplay option when, the people have spoken
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Do you use a listed CSS on kissu and are dissatisfied with the color of sage? What theme is it and what color do you think it should be?
I'm going through and correcting them, but some input from people that use the themes would probably be for the best.
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Make the subject field appear by default

It's pretty annoying having to click "View Hidden Options" every time I make a thread.
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Is there any problem with fetching the JSON of all the threads on /qa/ at once?
I'm completely new to this kind of thing and don't want to do anything obnoxious...
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Why did my /qa/ bug not show right on dark-kissu theme? It's the only one where it didn't.
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what's the overall ratio of sages to bumps on this site? it seems like so many people use sage for some reason
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I just realized that it's almost impossible to read colored text on a light theme: >>>/qa/57768 I was using Yotsuba B because it's the default and I couldn't read shit there. I think the default theme should be changed back to a dark one given this.
R:8 / I:1
looks like I need a new computer
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So I have two issues: one is not being able to delete posts myself anymore and the other is the thumbnail of the webm not showing. What is causing these two things? I wanted to delete this post because the Rena didn't show but it gave me "wrong password" when I tried to: >>>/qa/57695 I didn't switch IPs or change the password.
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when is pissmin going to add gif autoplay
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I feel kissu is being overbearing against spoilers.
We have spoiler tags and they should definitely be used to hide deaths, twists and things relevant to the plot, but hiding anything else is overdoing it. Posting screenshots and commenting on them has been a regular thing for years. It's fundamentally impossible to know if everyone else has watched this or that, it's not something that should be used as the standard for whether it's permitted to post.
Take >>>/jp/7948 as an example. Steins;Gate came out a decade ago. That's more than plenty of time to watch or read it, I don't think people should have to wonder if it's correct to put spoilers on something that came out that long ago. And nobody likes a thread full of black boxes, that's why /cry/ was made.

It should only be imperative to spoiler plot-relevant images and statements, which unambiguously describe an important development, from things that are known will be watched soon (airing shows or something that will be streamed). And of course serious spoilers in general shouldn't be posted all willy-nilly, but suggesting an embargo on posting any screenshot or derailing an innocuous thread into whining is unwarranted. That just means less activity, less fun.
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how do I better indicate that you need to press on the RSS button to get recent posts?
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/cry/ now shows up on /all/! But you need to click the thingie to opt in for it. Yay!
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What would happen if you plugged a USB port into a USB port?
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Anyone know what the name of that website that let you pretend to be a 4chan moderator was?

You'd be given a thread/post from reddit, 4chan or whatever and you'd have to evaluate if it's spam or not spam? I need a bit of starter data to train a Naive Bayes spam classification algorithm, though in the end it might be best to just let it self train through real interaction between mods and the users/bots on kissu…
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a modern day Bonzi Buddy
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What happened to the megu board?
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test the rest to be the best
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Hello. Please come check out my new, comfy imageboard. Thank you :)
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how do i fix this error? kusabax btw

if ($cf['KU_APC']) {
apc_define_constants('config', $cf);
while (list($key, $value) = each($cf)) {
define($key, $value);

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I've been wondering lately if maybe the 4/qa/ subtitle 4chan X thingie has outlived its usefulness to us. It's been over a year now and I think all valuable people have been successfully extracted. It could perhaps be replaced with something like "Unhappy with the state of your 4chan board? Try these alternative boards: ___" and then it links that one imageboard list thingie someone made a couple months ago. (I can't remember that link).
We (especially me) have been a bit lazy lately in spreading word of Kissu as well so maybe we can talk about ways to do that, if we so desire. Its current growth seems pretty steady and people are assimilating fine, so I don't think anything major is needed, but others may disagree.
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is back on the net!
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whats your problem just permaban me already
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I didn't want the mod to delete the entire thread, but I guess I won't restore it unless there's a reason.
R:4 / I:0
can u make a 90s-00s board theres no other chan no other site no other place in the werld for this specific contente
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test test
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Interesting talk on password security/usability research.
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when are we getting a fall board?
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Kissu donors should have gotten by now(via email) a 7 word code that allows them to bypass captchas and rangebans.

These codes should be placed into the [Hidden Options] Whitelist Token field.
Using these codes labels you only through the mod UI. You're otherwise completely anonymous.
If there's any questions or a donor doesn't get their code then they can say so here or via message to my email.
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Feedback #4: Bugs, Ideas and Feedback

Last issue established problems with Kissu's software and the need to expand into custom written user interfaces, moderation tools and customization of existing aspects.

As of this point kissu's experimental UI is in a beta state(all functionality planned out for the current revision, usable, but buggy and unstable).
The experimental UI's purpose is to bring a 4chanX like environment into kissu providing it with dynamic content that reacts to the user's needs and offers a more responsiveness to the board changes(notifications on site content and your own). A list of features will be set below in the next post.
What we have now is a server with read only permissions on the vichan database to create it's own API pages for the React front-end+server.
While it handles poorly on 800 post threads, this is likely due to poor optimization that I'll fix in the coming weeks. That being said, there is a huge improvement to viewing experience in music threads such as https://beta.kissu.moe/qa/thread/47339#qa-47339

Kissu was also targeted for the first time by script spammers with preexisting knowledge on the workings of Vichan, even going so far as to script spam my banner program with account generation. Though we managed not to cause any interruptions to people's activities on Kissu it required a lot of energy from the staff and required me to get a moderator in addition to Cool. This giving us 22 hour surveillance over the actions happening on the site.
I also felt that time was up for /megu/ which I was uncomfortable about. The new board /ec/ offers a more arguably cultured/artistic board devoted to cute and sexy image sharing.
In the future we will need more moderation tools and I think that the following 3 will put kissu into a state where it's in full control of it's own agenda.

The current three tools that I feel will help kissu and not be too hard to implement are:
- Perceptual hashing: http://blockhash.io/
This will target people's avatars and repetitive image spam. Cloudflare already provides this for child sexual abuse material(and even forwards offending IPs), but for our own purposes this is needed to put more stress on spammers obfuscating their images. In the very least, when combined with a captcha, their spam becomes less recognizable and more comedic when they have to put noise into it. Nonetheless, I think that it's worth pointing out that no captcha or spam gaurd is unsolvable and there needs to be other solutions.
- Archive Backups
The archive on kissu doesn't yet function as a backup because post information gets wiped when it gets knocked off of the pages. Though the archive isn't planned to be a feature of the experimental UI, it is still useful for moderation and restoration of the site after captcha breaking spam attacks.

Still, what if the spammer is completely automated, breaking the captcha, flooding every second, spamming every single thread on the site… then what?

A year ago I made the proxy scrapper program that searches pages for IPs and submits them into the ban table.
This is a solution that catches 1 or 2 ips every so often. But what if it needs to be expanded to eliminate large swaths of IPs and thuroughly deny access from any webserver proxy? Well, it might be worth considering how 4chan handles rangebans. A new function should be added to vichan whenever the system or mod bans an IP address that potentially eliminates subnets when a certain threshold of bans are hit. If the IP scrapper sees that a number of IPs are banned between it will make the decision that the subnet is unusable due to spam and automaticly issue a ban. Naturally this will cascade upwards to when a certain threshold is hit. This combined with filter rules for autobanning will create a system where script spammers are getting consistently shut out and maintain the speed of vichan which starts slowing down when the ban table hits 1000 entries.
In addition to this, it means that mods don't have to put in as much thought into combatting spam making it easier for these active users to contribute to the community and not police it.

-Real backups
Kissu needs an automated backup system. This is not complicated to do for the database, but images will take more effort. I could pay the server provider some money for this, but unless there is a crash, I'll find a manual system, or accept recommendations on this.

These will be done using Vichan since there will be way too much unnecessary wheel reinventing otherwise
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/vt/ when?
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oh boy…
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wait i thought verniy was a mod
i'm confused
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I thought I should let you know your login page could use a security update. I don't feel like spending the day or so of time brute forcing my way in, but someone else might.
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Nice video about imageboard meta
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Wait did the fucking youtube links fuck up
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~150,000 IPs are going to be banned by the end of the day, cascading into certainly some automatic rangebans.

If this results in false positives, submit a ban appeal and I'll work out the issues.
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In the year 2020, imageboards are the best places to browse for porn when you can't download an ad blocker
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did /trans/ fuckign break
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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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New dev thread soon,

Use this as the interim if things are broke
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can we get a food & cooking board since /megu/ is gone?
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Remove the #jp Banner

First of all (this should come as no surprise to some of you), #jp, an IRC channel that is hosted on the same IRC server as one of our #qa channels, is filled with what we would consider "undesirable" users who post "undesirable" content. If a high standard of quality is to be kept on this site, "undesirable" users must be kept from posting.
The banner system that has been introduced on kissu.moe allows users an opportunity to advertise locations on the internet to other kissu.moe users. A banner has been created for #jp by a user, and this banner is currently active on kissu.moe.
Regardless of how #jp could influence the quality of kissu.moe, it would be unfortunate for one of our users to enter the mental asylum that is #jp. The users there are beyond redemption and would only insult any naive users of the banner system. Consequently, such a negative experience with the banner system would dissuade further use of it, meaning less clicks on banners that do not lead to #jp.
Now, if a user were to engage in #jp acively, he may return to kissu.moe, spreading the "undesirable" content that may be found there. This lowers the site quality and may be difficult to deal with, as users returning from #jp often flavor their posts ever so slightly, as to make their removal unwarranted.
That is all I have to say on this issue, thank you and have a good day.
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Vern why do you endorse people spamming your website?
What the fuck is the response going to be if someone spams CP and no one is online?
(as of right now at 1:37 EST both you are Yotgo are not in IRC and the board is still swamped with soyjak posts)
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make jp sfw board
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Big list of imageboards easily sortable


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Feeling nice and easy recently
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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
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¥Waiting on the #qa banner
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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.
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Sleeping devs…
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why is 4G/3G so slow?
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Will his programming gain mainstream recognition post-mortem now that he's not able to say so many outlandish things?
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Thoughts on the increase of lewdposting in /jp/?
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When's the /qa/ review?
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This board seems really comfy. Is it dead or are there people actively using it?
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wow i can't believe it… i'm actually going to make double money for free!!!!
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The boards have been completely dead recently during early morning. Can't figure out if this is for the worse since dead hours don't look good, or for the better if everyone is awake around the same time.
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From my emails

Today, from approximately 21:12 to 21:39 UTC, a configuration error in our backbone network caused an outage for Internet properties that use Cloudflare. During this period we saw traffic drop by about 50% across our network. Because of the architecture of our backbone this outage didn’t affect the entire Cloudflare network and was localized only to certain geographies.

This service disruption was not the result of an attack. It was caused by a network configuration error which caused traffic across our backbone to be sent to a single router on our global network. This quickly overwhelmed that router and caused Cloudflare network locations connected to the backbone to fail. Other locations not connected to the backbone continued to operate normally.

We have posted an initial summary of this incident on the Cloudflare blog. We’ve already made a change to the backbone configuration to make sure that this cannot happen again.

We’re deeply sorry about how this disruption may have impacted your services. Our business is based on trust and transparency and we are committed to your success.

~The Cloudflare Team
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Cloudflare outages sure are disruptive…
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remember to always use gyro controls when gaming
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What are your thoughts on spam? I know that people wouldn't appreciate the boards here being spammed of course, and there'd be no good reason to do so. However, I can't say that I didn't somewhat enjoy the spam waves back on 4/qa/ from time to time which always carried a unique theme.
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Verm's actions once again are a good demonstration that keeping things apolitical means little when your overton window is set in the current.
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Thanks Aris
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do qanons prepare for the possibility of a more restrictive internet? delete your online presence? have a mini server for all those doujinshi?
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I don't know where else to say this, but I saw a couple reports for "3D" on /qa/ and I haven't seen any sign that people are against 3D media things on /qa/ so it's not something I can take action against (or would want to)
/jp/ is the board for strictly 2D stuff, but even then I don't think anyone here wants it to be strictly moderated to maintain that.
Uh… if anyone wants to talk about this you can talk about it here but I don't think this is a major issue
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say it 5 times quickly and your tongue won't jam
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On Internet Politics

Recent discourse shows there is unease around politics. But there isn't a consensus of what politics are.
Let's say that typically politics is "the activities of the government, members of law-making organizations, or people who try to influence the way a country is governed" and the discussion of this is political discussion. The problem is that this doesn't cover everything that's been referred to as politics. Let's then say, working with the separation of the internet from the real world, that political discussion is the discussion of the current state of events in the real world, how the world should be and the ideas behind both. Things are considered political if they tie or lead into these.
That sounds way too broad and unhealthily rulefaggoty, doesn't it?
Well, it is. Let's put a clause in there: something is considered depoliticized, so not political, if in a community its presence does not lead to political discussion. This can be because it's taken as a joke, because nobody cares enough to spark the fire, because everyone agrees and it's common sense, or some other reason. With that clause, even though everything has a certain worldview, a certain ideology behind it, you can differentiate between conflictive and peaceful content. Calling someone a fag or a nigger, even though it's linked to RL conflict, is not political because it doesn't generate political discussion. If one day it did generate it, then it would be political. Things can likewise stop being political if the reasons for something causing political discussion go away.

But that's still too harsh, isn't it? Maybe. What about realism.
Certain threads invite comments about the state of the real world, whether because it's directly or tangentially related to the state of a medium or because of some other bullshit I can't think of. This can easily derail the thread into politics (or just kill fun without introducing politics), and it ends up being kinda shit. To elude such an end, the thread ought to be approached with a suspension of disbelief, unlike for example the mistake I made in >>>/qa/40946 where following >>/qa/40936 instead could've lead to more fun (the conclusion of the former is a barren earth, the latter's is alternate history scenarios), reign in the realistic 'tism to facilitate enjoyment. One must also be conscious of posting or replying to controversial ideas, else a spiral of butthurt be started. With that in consideration, things should in average be less political.

The issue isn't really the material or the people, it's the context around content eliciting a certain reaction from people.
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Has anyone ever hidden more than 300 posts before on 4chan?

How does 4chanX keep track of when a post no longer needs to be stored for hiding?
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kissu's goin at an easy pace~
Feels a bit slow, but for once I'm enjoying it

Take a moment to appreciate the nice rest period upon us before things go back to being super fast again
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About thread creation

I believe thread creation to be one of the greatest deciding factors of how active a (random) board is. Just for example, take a look at kissu when it's most active (aside from meta shittery), it's always on days in which threads are made that keep the board fresh and the people within it engaged in a multitude of varying topics. So many are content with replying to content when it's created, yet by comparison very few are comfortable with creating threads of their own. What does kissu think of this predicament? I'm not saying that people should step up thread creation to the point of making stuff which is just taking a toll on themselves, that seems to backfire, but how do you inspire the masses to raise their voices on that which they want to talk about?
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How about backlinks in /trans/
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4/qa/ review

There used to be a time in which I'd use kissu, yet still check 4/qa/ wondering if everyone really had left. I'd see some threads that indicated there was a soul on there I may be able to still connect with who still hadn't made the move away. That time is long gone now and I can't remember the last time I even had the urge to look at the board until today. I've got to say it was a completely foreign sight, akin to how I'd view /bant/ back in the days when 4/qa/ was thriving (/bant/ was better but that matters not). A board that seemed to be "alive" in some technical sense of the word while completely unappealing or devoid of what made it good to begin with. I went into the singular familiar thread, The Happenings Thread, only to see that it was not even a shadow of its former self. Rather it seemed to have transformed into some frankenstein's monster that now resembles more a typical general on that accursed site. I'm not too sure what to conclude this with, as these ramblings are a mere result of my curiosity getting the better of me to check on the place I used to call home. If there was any takeaway I'd say this, that it sure made me glad for this place's existence.
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Come to https://onee.ch/cyb/
We welcome everywhere
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Want to create banners but the ideas won't come to my head…
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In an unprecedented turn of events /jp/ is faster than /qa/ today, what do you guys make of this
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storing this
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I think I'll give her root access


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Cute Discord alternative ;)
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Feedback #3: Bugs, Ideas and Feedback

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:
Some posts from there will be moved over.
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I have found something
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Introducing _chan. Because _ is better than 7, 8 and 9. Board creation is enabled.

Edit: Site's filled with illegal content. Don't want a backlink from here1
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The use of sockets on imageboards is way too gimmicky and unnecessary overhead(development and user end) that makes the application harder to maintain. Polling is better in almost all cases other than liveboards
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The overboard is a fantastic concept

It solves the problem people have with /qa/ threads dying too fast, and the issue people have with not feeling that they can create as many threads as they can. /jp/ created threads only bump off /jp/ threads, which are more dumb and people don't care as much about or think will fit all that well or meet the quality standard of /qa/. While on the other hand threads that are made on /qa/ aren't killed off as fast. This was an issue that people had brought up for a while, suggesting all sorts of fixes like half-bumps or semi-stickies for the better threads, but unintentionally they were solved by the inclusion of a secondary board and overboard. Limiting the potential harm that people suggested a second board would cause is also a plus.

What are your thoughts on the use and benefits of the overboard, and secondary boards in general if you will. Personally I believe that the secondary boards are a great addition that futureproof the site from running into issues.
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The biggest problem with imageboards, or communities in general, is when people rely too heavily on a few individuals to create content/discussion for them. And then subsequently when those few individuals take breaks all that others do in their place is complain about where all the activity went.
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Always seem to come off overly antagonistic or criticizing in my posts, how to fix this issue
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That is to say, I do not think the current space for images in /jp/ is optimal for >>3415 .
Naturally, people will use images to express themselves, or because it's fun, or for whatever reason. That's the norm in imageboards and there's no basis to believe people will behave differently if able to post images in /jp/, whichever the set limit.
I believe the linked thread shows an instance where lowering the max amount of image replies was/would be harmful to the creativity V seeks, that the mindset of treating image replies as precious is not there and that there's no reason for it to be there. Withholding usual image replies for the sake of this rarer funpost is not a good bet, and people will continue to do what's statistically more fun (this is a very awkward line). So lowering or increasing the maximum amount of image replies relative to the population is not conductive to a different dynamic, it will either be as in /qa/ but gimped, or it will be no different in practice except for the lack of image dumping. In my experience, I've seen less emoticons and text art in /jp/ since image replies were enabled, that's something I think can be lost because of images filling their role.

I think the options /jp/ has for a dynamic different from /qa/'s are to either restrict image posting to the OP or permit each poster a certain amount of images per thread (at this point, I'd say just one) instead of limiting everyone based on the thread's total images. The latter might probably also amount to a dynamic identical to /qa/, so I'm not sure about it.

Disregard this post at will, it is silly.
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supposedly it takes ~14 weeks to make a website

This is roughly in line with what I planned and the ratios almost identical.

Just some interesting info. I don't know much about this.
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Wish nodejs had pointers….
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Improvements to /all/

This is a summary of alterations.

- Index monitor script will work with /all/ in the same way it works with other boards
- Ability to post new threads from /all/ after specifying the target board

This will allow you to treat kissu like a single board site while also categorizing your threads into separate boards. This is kind of like the tag system on flash boards applied to conventional threads. As a result so called misstaggings might result in and require the establishment of some basic guidelines for board use that can clarify when a thread will be moved or not.

In the future the current kissu home page will have it's fake overboard functionality removed and act as a "hybrid booru+4chan style homepage" showing popular threads and standard vichan search feature(kissu.moe/search.php) in a booru layout. No quick post sumary but hovering over popular threads will show the last 5 posts, maybe like in "4chanx catalog" or maybe the "current kissu home page reply list". So adjustments to this may be important to you.

If there's anything else you would like to see added to /all/ then go for it.
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I tried to change the date format with 4chanX but it only works from the 26th post in the page on onward. Pic is from /all/, also happens on individual board and inside threads. How to fix or otherwise change date format?
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Kissu's monthly stats are more spread out and lower in part by the April slump
/qa/ 3884
/jp/ 623
/b/ 438
/megu/ 185
/poll/ 70
= 5200
About 1k loss, however viewership of kissu has been at a level highly above average the past few days so this is good news to me, albeit our unique IPs are harder to raise. I've yet to plot this out, might do this.

May the fourth be with you
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Stupid Meta (Blog) Thread

As time has gone on, especially recently, I've found myself posting less and less on Kissu. This has been for several reasons: end of the honeymoon phase, gradual user interest shift, moderation which is increasingly incongruent with my own views, and new users. Naturally, each of those bears elaboration. Simply as a matter of course, I've started to post less as a consequence of my honeymoon phase with the site ending. Granted, that was some months ago. Nevertheless, during that phase of my posting, I regularly made in excess of 20-30 posts a day (this was around the time of Kissu having ~200 posts per day in late December). After that, I began to make original threads semi-regularly. At some point, however, the extent of my making new threads diminished significantly to where I was only remaking the blog thread and such. Likewise, over time, the bulk of my posts shifted to the blog thread as well. Perhaps influencing my posting has also been the very gradual shift in posting behavior due to increased thread turnover; previously, Kissu was more biased towards longer threads with some level of discussion as opposed to one-off threads that net less than a dozen replies. That's my suspicion, at least – I don't really have anything concrete to back that up other than a general feel that /qa/ has been much faster in board turnover despite relatively stable post counts. As for the more contentious and abstract, Verm's handling of and opinions on certain matters of community and moderation have increasingly rubbed me the wrong way. I'd be remiss to say that I could point to concrete examples, however. For one, there's no permanent archive, so it's fairly hard to conjure up specific examples on that front alone. Generally, though, among the smattering of meta threads, I've found myself disagreeing with Verm's viewpoints. Admittedly, this could be down to the fact that Verm has a particularly verbose and meandering manner of writing which makes it somewhat difficult to glean what he's trying to say. On the other hand, he possesses a certain brash honesty – which in some respects is worthy of praise – that's entirely contrary to his own stated goals. Nevertheless, when he makes comments such as >>>/poll/179 and >>>/poll/185, I can't help but view these statements negatively. Much less significant, though something which has bugged me for some time that I figure I might as well mention, is the fact that Verm has an reprehensible tendency to dismiss entire walls of text based on a single sentence, or otherwise reply saying that he's not going to reply. Anyways… The matter of new users has bugged me for some time now. Firstly, on the front of advertising, I firmly disagree with the frankly lazy method of borderline spam "Come post here" posts on other imageboards; I'm resolutely on the side of any and all advertising being on the basis of word of mouth. Secondly, I very much disagree with the notion of needing advertising in the first place. As for new users themselves: at best, they've been quite noticeable; at worst, their posting style is obnoxious and/or reaction seeking. Generally, their presence annoys me. I wouldn't fault them for not knowing what GNFOS or ota is, but having to bear witness to repeated over-done reactions or outright posting things that are "non /qa/" is quite tiresome. Is it really so hard to take it easy? /qa/ is pretty conflict averse, so I figure I'm but one of a select few to feel this way – at least, openly so.

So… That about sums up my feelings. I don't really have any policy prescriptions or anything like that. I just figured I'd mention how I've begun to feel increasingly alienated from posting and from the site in general. All in all, Kissu has been feeling more like a waste of time than anything meaningful recently. That's part of the reason why I decided to delete my banners on a whim – there's no point, especially not when I haven't been enjoying posting.
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Rules section of the welcome message updated to be a bit more clear on why things get moved or autosaged. There's still no strict behavior rules, but these are the guidelines to clarify why something is acted on.

> Illegal/Gross = moderation,

> 3D outside of /spg/ = move/delete,
> breaking board guidelines = move/delete/autosage.
> This is not a comprehensive list of actions but a clarification on some of them.
> /trans/ is our trashcan.
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It doesn't feel right to make a negative thread, but in my opinion the banner mentioning sageru #jp and the hima banner linking to a toad should be removed. How do other people feel about these?

hima had spammed the banner system with frogs and the "loli" one linking to the toad is a remnant of that time. hima's overall opinion of kissu and /qa/ has been negative so I think both groups are served well by this removal.

As for the #jp one. Well, #jp is a cesspit that's worse than the worst of gnfos combined with the worst of mero and pol and r9k. Its home to the person or people that spent so much time trashing 4/qa/ when we were still over there. It is unfathomable to me to link to there from kissu. It's questionable why this person made an ad for #jp and not #qa, but I'll leave it there.

Someone might mention that /what/ seems similar to #jp or gnfos and such and I didn't mention removing their banner. There's still some good people there trying to enjoy themselves. Whatmin does delete the spam and worst posts on his site occasionally and unlike the other places they have an overall friendly relationship with kissu.

I'll try to figure out something to link to and how to make animated stuff. I don't want to remove things without replacing them with something better, if other people agree with me on them being a bad idea.
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Ok, so I think I actually thought of a good way to implement the /blog/ board idea without just splitting things up while leaving the problem unchanged. How about for the blog board it functions as a kind of like ban.kissu.moe, or an IRC, but each post looks like a thread post. Then you limit the max amount of posts that can be on the board at a time to 10 or 15, so that people will come to see it as more a place for more fleeting thoughts than in-depth discussion. That way you can preserve a place for people to post their benign blogs, and then in general people will gravitate towards turning more interesting ideas into threads
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What are you doing reading this?
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I understand that many do not have the money to throw around and if that's the case you should save instead and not worry about me. I don't think anyone expects this to make much money but you can't know without trying and I've got nothing to do with my money anyways so might as well toss it into kissu in the hopes of a ROI.
Kissu is not really a controversial site(when you hide megu anyways…) so it might have a better chance at monetization than 8 and 4chan. Some blogs make living money on a less interesting product model. The weakness of course here is number of users which puts a large financial burden on anyone participating.

What you're contributing towards is me putting more time into all of the gross or complicated stuff you don't want to do like advertising, managing, and building features onto the site. Money will be the means to secure the quality of my labour. If you want to look at what you're buying look at all the extras I've added to vichan that help make this place more suited to posting. I can still do more as 4taba has features that could be adopted, but if I get a corprate job many new parts of the site will probably never be added.

One step at a time, but if we hit 1.1kUSD/mo i should be able to live with side gigs. Moving somewhere cheap would help. Right now we are at 0.005kUSD/mo.
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Is there a way to unhide threads or posts? Sometimes when I try to minimize videos I accidentally hide the post instead, and I've done it to a few threads now. I don't see any way to undo this.

If if there's no way to do it I think it should be added as a site feature.
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The records show kissu has in it's ranks 2 meta boards(poll, b), 2 2D boards(megu, jp) and 3 random boards(spg, qa, trans).

it runs a video synchronization program, a captcha service, various web scrappers and an IRC bot. Additional parties possess things such as 2 IRC channels, a steam chat, a Booru and a anime openings archive.

It's reported that it makes a dollar a day and gets viewed ~40,000 times a month. It has no relationships with other imageboards though it does have possitive relations with /what/, a heritage from 4chan and an unclear connection with 4taba.

it's also reported that the admin is not to be trusted and is occasionally called a "vermin". Further details are unclear. I must lurk more.
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Why does this always happen…
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Here is my advice
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by making lots of board variations centered around limitations I can give posters a better ability to control the type of thread they want and the style of replies they'll get…

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Q: How wide and high should a board-ad be? It'll be a bit of a pain to change it later down the line so need a good size.
(one of these)
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Captchouli Nominations!

As you've probably noticed, Kissu supports a neat CAPTCHA named "Captchouli" that uses booru tags to supply image sources and the correct answer. While we did get some suggestions when it was tested out back then, it wasn't very thorough and didn't last very long. So here's the thread to rectify that!
The most common choice is of course character names, but you can also do things like hamburger, pink_flower or pout.
Suggest tags!
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custom CSS thread!

Post your custom CSS! Ask questions! Receive answers!
Remind me later to grab the CSS info off of that filters thread I used to post on 4/qa/!

Here's the CSS I've used for a long time but recently edited a tiny portion. I'm attempting to get the "first-letter" bit to work on posts that start with a quotelink, but I can't seem to make any headway.
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is there word yet that categorizes OP and Reply
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Hey wait a minute it's not September…

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