Feature suggestions
Posted by: CEF8
At: Feb 04, 2019 04:36
ID: 1037

What sort of features would you like to see added? Even ones other boards may not have.

Posted by: 9599
At: Feb 04, 2019 18:25
ID: 1038
Replies:
>>1399

nothing its great as is

Posted by: 3754
At: Mar 23, 2019 20:51
ID: 1088
Replies:
>>1089 >>1399

i would like a link to reply to a thread without having to reply to some fags shitty post

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 20:55
ID: 1089
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>>1090 >>1399

>>1088 What about the new post button on the menu at the top?

Posted by: 3754
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:03
ID: 1090
Replies:
>>1094 >>1399

>>1089
gee thanks now i feel like a retard
why is it placed their

FLIF support
Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:03
ID: 1091
Replies:
>>1094 >>1399

https://flif.info/
There is a browser polyfill for it. For Python see https://github.com/FLIF-hub/FLIF/issues/451.

Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:05
ID: 1092
Replies:
>>1094 >>1399

It's try this again.
https://flif.info
https://github.com/FLIF-hub/FLIF/issues/451

Here is another request: turn URLs into links automatically.

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:13
ID: 1094

>>1090
Any place in particular you'd rather have it?
>>1091>>1092 Are you that same guy from a couple months back asking for FLIF support? I'll take a look at it, don't think it would be that hard to add. Turning URLs automatically into links would probably be nice too (fairly easy), I just haven't gotten around to it yet.

Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:35
ID: 1102
Replies:
>>1399

>>1094

you that same guy from a couple months back asking for FLIF support?
Maybe. I don't actually remember if I've already asked you. Testing WebP now.

No greentext
Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:42
ID: 1103
Replies:
>>1107 >>1399

Make quoted text a different shade of gray, not green. Greentext has outlived its usefulness. It only invites shitty newfag memeing.

Post deletion
Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:43
ID: 1104
Replies:
>>1107 >>1399

Allow the poster a short period of time to delete the post.

Posted by: 9A1E
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:44
ID: 1105
Replies:
>>1107 >>1399

maybe removing exif but that is pretty important for photography stuff

Posted by: 3754
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:52
ID: 1106
Replies:
>>1399

>>1094
i dont know you decide
maybe at the bottom of the thread would be nice

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 21:53
ID: 1107

>>1103
Any suggestions for color? what if it was purple?
>>1104
Yeah, this definitely needs to get added.
>>1105
I figure most pictures on here won't have useful EXIF data, so I feel relatively comfortable keeping it in. I'm open to other ideas, though.

Posted by: 9A1E
At: Mar 23, 2019 22:17
ID: 1110
Replies:
>>1111 >>1399

>>1107
HTTP/2 and TLS1.3 for a speed boost
Redirecting back to thread for a failed captcha
Refreshing the captcha if you fail
If you select a captcha square and refresh for a new captcha the square is still selected

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 22:35
ID: 1111
Replies:
>>1112 >>1399

>>1110
I think I already set up the CDN to work with HTTP/2, but I could be mistaken. I think that would be something worth pursuing. Not quite as sure about TLS1.3 but if it's relatively turn-key to support I'd be open to it.
I agree with most of stuff about CAPTCHAs except

If you select a captcha square and refresh for a new captcha the square is still selected

Maybe I don't understand, but how would that be useful?

Posted by: 9A1E
At: Mar 23, 2019 22:36
ID: 1112

>>1111
My bad that last one is a bug report

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 22:43
ID: 1113
Replies:
>>1114 >>1399

>>1112
Ah, gotcha. I can probably get that fixed within about 10 minutes, I think.

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 22:49
ID: 1114
Replies:
>>1399

>>1112>>1113
Alright, that bug should be fixed.

Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 23:14
ID: 1118
Replies:
>>1123 >>1399

>>1107
I'd suggest a lighter gray, to emphasize that this is not the main text for you to read, or one of the less saturated colors of the mascot.

Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 23:16
ID: 1119

Also, either don't remove the leading > or add a vertial bar one the left side of the text to show it is quotation.

Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 23, 2019 23:19
ID: 1122
Replies:
>>1125 >>1399

>>1119
Shit, I submitted early. This is what I meant.

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 23:20
ID: 1123
Replies:
>>1399

>>1118
Yeah, I was thinking about using the mascot as the basis for a color scheme, I think it would be nice.
>>1119
This is more a left-over of hacking the blockquote mechanism of the Markdown parser Maniwani uses and repurposing it for greentext. I'll fix that before the weekend is out, probably.

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 23, 2019 23:22
ID: 1125
Replies:
>>1399

>>1122
Dang, a literal second before I hit submit. Yeah, I like the way that looks; I'll see what I can do about it.

Sage
Posted by: B1CE
At: Mar 24, 2019 14:03
ID: 1162
Replies:
>>1163 >>1399

It's only polite when you have an unsubstantial reply. Please don't add visual indicators suggesting "sage" is a downvote like 8ch did.

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 24, 2019 14:12
ID: 1163
Replies:
>>1399

>>1162 Yeah, I wouldn't add a visual indicator. This wouldn't be too hard a change - I'll try to see if I can write it within a week if someone doesn't beat me to it.

Posted by: 4237
At: Mar 24, 2019 16:40
ID: 1169

>>1037
what this site still needs is:
-a floating 'go to top button'
-on mobile only enlarge the image instead of displaying it full screen, add an aditional 'open in new tab' for images
-obligatory dark and black theme for OLED screens
-thread watcher
-keyboard navigation, r-refresh, b-bottom of page t-top of page, g-gallery of the thread
(don't forget some phones also (again!) have keyboards)

on site note maybe add a check mark or a background on the captcha images so it's clear to the user what's already selected

Posted by: FE1E
At: Mar 24, 2019 17:04
ID: 1171
Replies:
>>1399

>>1169
Alternatively, just block access from mobile.

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 24, 2019 17:14
ID: 1175
Replies:
>>1399

>>1169
Yeah, a button to go to the top of the thread would be nice. Maybe something to go to the bottom, too.

on mobile only enlarge the image instead of displaying it full screen, add an aditional 'open in new tab' for images

This is something that a decent amount of people have asked for. I'll try to get to it soon.

obligatory dark and black theme for OLED screens

Dark theme has also been requested for a while. Can't provide an ETA, but I'm working on it.

thread watcher

Threads update automatically already if you have them open (it's a bit buggy on Firefox specifically on Futatsu though, I'm working on it) - did you want a browser notification too?

keyboard navigation

Yeah, I think that would be nice too. Just some other things take priority over stuff like that for now. If someone were to submit a PR on Github for it I'd accept it though.

making captcha selections more clear

Also a good idea, I'll see what I can do.

Posted by: 9A1E
At: Mar 24, 2019 18:27
ID: 1184
Replies:
>>1185 >>1399

Hovering over posts dates should give something like 'Posted x /seconds/minutes/hours/etc ago'
Without it seeing when something was posted is kind of a pain if you have privacy.resistFingerprinting on in Firefox since it changes your timezone
Also add a favicon please

Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 24, 2019 18:59
ID: 1185
Replies:
>>1399

>>1184
All very good ideas, I'll see what I can do. I'll ask the same friend of mine who did the mascot if he's willing to do a favicon as well.

Posted by: 8A54
At: Mar 24, 2019 21:14
ID: 1191

Quote formatting appears to be fucked.

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Posted by: 8A54
At: Mar 24, 2019 21:16
ID: 1192
Replies:
>>1202 >>1399

>>1191
Code formatting also.

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Posted by: 04B5
At: Mar 25, 2019 01:55
ID: 1202
Replies:
>>1399

>>1191>>1192 Yeah, those problems due to me pulling some dumb hacks on the Markdown parser to get greentext to work. I'll try to get those fixed soon.

Posted by: 8E28
At: Mar 26, 2019 06:27
ID: 1256
Replies:
>>1259 >>1399

>>1037
It would be neat to have some stats on bandwidth used in the last X time period and unique posters, like other chans have on the front page

Posted by: CEF8
At: Mar 26, 2019 09:55
ID: 1259
Replies:
>>1399

>>1256
It would be possible to do bandwidth, but the resulting code would be pretty Futatsu-specific since Futatsu uses Cloudfront as a CDN, and thus wouldn't work for anyone else running their own Maniwani imageboard, since it would need to use Cloudwatch (AWS' metrics service) to get the info. I'll see if I can come up with an alternative (total number of files stored and/or total storage space consumed would be workable) or come up with a solution for the bandwidth-recording issue.
Total unique posters would be pretty easy, I might try experimenting with that over this coming weekend.

Posted by: 9A1E
At: Mar 26, 2019 23:26
ID: 1281
Replies:
>>1282 >>1399

Refreshing should probably not increase the view count

Posted by: CEF8
At: Mar 26, 2019 23:39
ID: 1282
Replies:
>>1283 >>1399

>>1281
Wouldn't be too difficult to implement, though why would you not want refreshes to count towards page views?

Posted by: 9A1E
At: Mar 26, 2019 23:51
ID: 1283
Replies:
>>1284 >>1399

>>1282
Just preference I guess. Unique views makes more sense

Posted by: CEF8
At: Mar 27, 2019 02:04
ID: 1284
Replies:
>>1286 >>1399

>>1283
How about listing the total number of posters in the thread in addition, then?

Posted by: 9A1E
At: Mar 27, 2019 02:10
ID: 1286
Replies:
>>1295 >>1399

>>1284
Doesn't that already exist? And it's not that big of a deal.

Posted by: 2168
At: Mar 27, 2019 03:28
ID: 1291
Replies:
>>1295 >>1399

>>1037
will you ever implement activitypub support?>>1037

Posted by: 897C
At: Mar 27, 2019 06:03
ID: 1294
Replies:
>>1295 >>1399

>>1037
better css please!

Posted by: CEF8
At: Mar 27, 2019 06:42
ID: 1295
Replies:
>>1302 >>1399

>>1286
Forgot that had already been done, sorry.
>>1291
I only have passing familiarity with Activitypub, but I was under the impression it was mostly meant for Twitter-like services; I could be very wrong though. What would adding Activitypub support accomplish?
>>1294
I hear you futanon - definitely something that's being worked on!

Posted by: 897C
At: Mar 27, 2019 09:40
ID: 1302
Replies:
>>1305 >>1399

>>1295
Also can we get a logo for the site so it looks nice in my bookmarks? If you haven't got one I could make one.

Posted by: CEF8
At: Mar 27, 2019 14:50
ID: 1305
Replies:
>>1312 >>1399

>>1302
If you could make a favicon, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Posted by: 963D
At: Mar 27, 2019 19:13
ID: 1311
Replies:
>>1314 >>1399

>>1169

Hey futamoot, remember the thread on /g/ where yuzu couldn't load this post and beyond? It got now an update an everything is fixed. Thanks anyways for looking into the issue and your efforts

Posted by: 897C
At: Mar 28, 2019 03:25
ID: 1312
Posted by: 897C
At: Mar 28, 2019 03:26
ID: 1313
Replies:
>>1314 >>1399

>>1312
Wouldn't let me post the .ico file but that should do.

Posted by: E934
At: Mar 28, 2019 04:13
ID: 1314
Replies:
>>1399

>>1311
Glad to hear everything worked out in the end, futanon!
>>1312
>>1313
Yeah, .ico isn't currently an allowed image format, but I can convert it. Thanks!

Posted by: 2005
At: Apr 07, 2019 15:15
ID: 1352
Replies:
>>1354 >>1399

Here in Futatsu ID refers to post number while a user's identification code is preceded by "posted by". Why not change that? In most imageboards IDs refer to the code while post number simply says "No.###". To make things less confusing.
Changing the CSS as a whole has already been suggested several times, but I think the two most important things to do would be decenter posts, to use the whole page and not just the middle, and allow text and images to stand side by side. Otherwise images take up too much space.

Posted by: CEF8
At: Apr 09, 2019 22:25
ID: 1354
Replies:
>>1356 >>1399

>>1352

Here in Futatsu ID refers to post number while a user's identification code is preceded by "posted by". Why not change that? In most imageboards IDs refer to the code while post number simply says "No.###". To make things less confusing.

I'd be fine with this, though I'm interested in what everyone else thinks.

Changing the CSS as a whole has already been suggested several times, but I think the two most important things to do would be decenter posts, to use the whole page and not just the middle, and allow text and images to stand side by side. Otherwise images take up too much space.

Using a portion of the page for post text was/is an intentional typographic decision meant to increase readability, and I think it's something that a lot of imageboards didn't get right the first time around; long line width especially makes long-winded posts hard to read. I originally had posts span the entire page width before a reasonable amount of people request the width be changed to what it is today.
Putting the image on the top was more for the sake of being different/contrarian more than anything else, but I'm not too married to the look. I feel the current setup allows for decently-sized thumbnails while also not pushing the post text off to one side, though.

Posted by: B1CE
At: Apr 10, 2019 07:50
ID: 1356
Replies:
>>1399

>>1354

I'm interested in what everyone else thinks

I'm for it. Calling post numbers "IDs" when you also have what is traditionally called the poster ID causes needless confusion. It goes against the convention for no discernible benefit.

Posted by: 2EAE
At: Apr 18, 2019 11:36
ID: 1379
Replies:
>>1385 >>1399

>>1037
How to revolutionize Futatsu to be the next imageboard:
1. Allow 8chan-like board and sub-board generation
2. Actually good autonomous moderation
3. More boards, because why not? (Learned from 8chan)
4. Board post transfers (imagine moving thread from /tech/ to /metatech/)
5. Dice rolling for board game lovers
6. Video embedding ( including BitChute and Invidio.us)
7. Ebook support (PDF/EPUB/MOBI/DJVU)
8. Better archiving support with archive.fo and APIs using JSON
9. Matrix/IRC support for boards (because getting social is fun)
10. Democracy simulators (like 4chan senate or 8chan /sen/)

Posted by: 2EAE
At: Apr 18, 2019 11:40
ID: 1380
Replies:
>>1385 >>1399

>>1037
Learn to steal theme color schemes from others, here is a list of examples
https://systemspace.link/ and https://boards.systemspace.link/
https://www.lainchan.org/
https://arisuchan.jp/
https://dangeru.us/
https://wirechan.org/
http://spacechan.xyz/
https://mewch.net/
http://ronery.me/
https://loli.vodka/
https://www.meepmorp.net/
https://meguca.org/
http://bunkerchan.xyz
http://endchan.xyz / http://endchan.org
https://fapchan.org
https://waifuist.pro
https://einskanal.net/
https://bbw-chan.nl/
https://kek.fun/
https://indiachan.com

Posted by: 2EAE
At: Apr 18, 2019 11:49
ID: 1381
Replies:
>>1385 >>1399

>>1037
How about Competitive Board Creation -
People can create boards, but for every month, the boards with the least activities will be deleted.
Boards with the most activity will be rewarded with larger page counts or catalog size.
This should follow the power law distribution, i.e. the N-th board should have N^(-k) the amount of cataloged threads as the top board (where k is the adjusted constant which is larger or equal to 1).
See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_tail https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_law https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorenz_curve https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zipf%27s_law https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareto_distribution

Posted by: CEF8
At: Apr 18, 2019 18:51
ID: 1385
Replies:
>>1387 >>1399

>>1379

user-created boards

I think Futatsu is currently too small to warrant splitting up traffic beyond the boards it already has. I'd be fine with it as a feature in Maniwani, but I probably won't get around to it myself for a while. I'd accept a PR for it on Github, though.

sub-boards

I think this was one of the earliest-requested features for Maniwani, back before there even was a codebase to speak of. I think it's certainly an interesting idea that would prove helpful for larger installations (I would accept a PR for this on Github too), but again, I don't think Futatsu is currently big enough yet to warrant its inclusion.

autonomous moderation

I'm not sure what this would entail. Could you expand on this?

more boards

I think this would hurt a growing community like Futatsu by fragmenting and diluting the crowd that currently is attracted the core maker-oriented board lineup it has now. Part of my motivation for running the site is catering to that crowd, as opposed to running a general-purpose imageboard. Maniwani is open-source though - I have absolutely no issues with someone running a 64chan or something or other powered by Maniwani.

board post transfers

As in, being able to move threads? That was something I actually implemented and quietly deployed about a week or so ago, I think. I'm not sure how obvious it was, but there were a few old threads made in inappropriate boards that I've since moved to a board that better fits them.

dice rolling

I remember there was a Github issue for this. My stance on that is still the same - not too personally interesting to me but I can see why some people would want it. I'm probably not going to code it myself, but I'd accept a PR for it.

video embedding

This is something I'm personally working on, and it should be available soon.

ebook support

pdf support is already planned (see Github issue 43), and I could see some benefit behind the other formats. The trick is in thumbnailing them; Maniwani doesn't currently care what sort of attachment it stores if it's able to thumbnail it in some manner.

better archiving

I think I mentioned an archive.fo button in a Github issue somewhere as something that would be nice to have. I haven't been able to get it to load assets from a Maniwani instance yet, so it'll have to wait unless someone else figures out what's going on. It's something I would like to see myself, though.
Any archival API for 3rd-party software is not something I'm personally interested in/something I could maintain, but if someone steps up to write + maintain some kind of bridge I'd be open to that.

matrix/IRC support

There's the general #maniwani IRC for the project + Futatsu on rizon.net - or do you mean being able to have Maniwani be able to spin up IRC servers for each board on a Maniwani instance? That's not something I'm interested in for the time being, but if Futatsu grows more popular I'd look into it. If/when I come up with a plugin API that would support this kind of thing, I'd accept a PR for an per-board IRC server.

democracy simulator

When Futatsu becomes more popular I plan on having periodic moderator elections; I think I've detailed the specifics on /g/ a couple times but if someone here requests more info I can go over it again.

>>1380
I plan on fixing wildride and adding a tomorrow-based theme to the core theme lineup, but it's very simple to contribute your own theme to Maniwani if there's anything you'd like to see; all you have to do is write some scss and set any custom variables/classes before including the rest of Bootstrap and everything more or less just works.

>>1381
This is something that would fit a much faster board than what Futatsu currently is. I think it would be well-suited as a plugin; not something I would personally write myself, though.

Appreciate all the suggestions, futanon!

Posted by: E329
At: Apr 19, 2019 07:02
ID: 1387
Replies:
>>1393

>>1385

User created boards and sub-boards
I think Futatsu is currently too small to warrant splitting up traffic
Use the User-created board feature to increase user base, that is how you become the next imageboard
autonomous moderation
As in 8chan
moar boards
I think this would hurt a growing community like Futatsu by fragmenting and diluting the crowd
It wouldn't, as in there are too little boards for each interest (see 4chan)
ebook support
The trick is in thumbnailing them
For EPUB, MOBI and DJVU, thumbnailing might not be necessary, but it will be a good addition.
IRC/Matrix support
or you mean being able to have Maniwani be able to spin up IRC servers for each board on a Maniwani instance? That's not something I'm interested in for the time being, but if Futatsu grows more popular I'd look into it.
Yes, exactly. That would be fun to use

TL;DR: To be able to grow, Futatsu has to be unique in the market space, beating 8chan and endchan in the short run.
P.S. Please make the Thread and Rely Form's fonts smaller so that they can be side-by-side? Better for responding to posts.

Posted by: E329
At: Apr 19, 2019 08:35
ID: 1388
Replies:
>>1393

>>1037
Another thing: Post ID should be unique for each board, so /code/123 and /draw/123 can be independent, allowing for more /sp/-GETs to have fun with dubs/trips/quads/et>>1037

Posted by: CEF8
At: Apr 19, 2019 20:10
ID: 1393
Replies:
>>1394

>>1387
Currently greentexts/blockquotes have to have a blank line after their end, otherwise the parser considers them to be ongoing. This is correct behavior for a vanilla Markdown blockquote, but admittedly unexpected for imageboards. Apologies for the inconvenience, I'll try to fix that soon.

Use the User-created board feature to increase user base, that is how you become the next imageboard

I still personally believe that including this feature too soon would result in a bunch of boards each with very low population (even on 8chan the vast majority of posts over a given time frame are concentrated in a very small percentage of overall boards), but I think we can agree to disagree there.

autonomous moderation, as in 8chan
\It wouldn't, as in there are too little boards for each interest (see 4chan)

I don't browse 8chan enough to know how it institutes autonomous moderation. How does it work there?
I'm not quite sure I agree that 4chan has too few boards either; there are living threads on places like /po/ that date back to 2017, for instance - and I'd argue 4chan is probably the largest English imageboard in existence at the moment. But, I think we can agree to disagree on this as well.

For EPUB, MOBI and DJVU, thumbnailing might not be necessary, but it will be a good addition.

Every sort of media attachment Maniwani currently thumbnails (plaintext, images, and video) shows a bit of the attachment itself in some way. I'd like to keep that consistent whenever support for other documents is added. epub thumbnailing in particular would be pretty simple, since an epub archive is just a zipped-up collection of HTML documents and associated media.

per-board IRC/Matrix support

IRC is much easier to implement than Matrix, so if I personally wrote anything it would be IRC support. It'd require a decent amount of work (like an authentication bridge from IRC to Maniwani slips, SSL support, etc.), so I probably won't get to it myself until the middle of the summer or so. I like the idea (I'd accept a PR for it), I'm just busy with other things at the moment.

TL;DR: To be able to grow, Futatsu has to be unique in the market space, beating 8chan and endchan in the short run.

I would very much like Futatsu to grow as well, though I'm not sure I would like it to become as huge as 8chan any time soon; I do not yet have the disposable income of someone like Jim Watkins where I could afford to run such a site at a large loss. That is a large part of the reason the current board selection is so focused and relatively small; I think the idea of an imageboard primarily catering to people who enjoy making digital things will prove popular enough without also attracting so many people that paying for server costs becomes impossible for one person such as myself. I also think the existing general-purpose imageboards do a good enough job of providing the services they do, and because of that, am trying to target a smaller group of people who probably don't have an imageboard of their own interests outside of Futatsu.

>>1388
Post numbers are unique since posts all currently share the same database table. This makes some stuff like linking to replies simpler than it otherwise would be. I'm also not the biggest fan of GETs (I think they're distracting in a board mostly focused on serious discussion), so I'd rather not change the schema to make per-board GETs easier. If anything, I think the current setup makes any specific post number much more valuable and harder to achieve, since you have to compete with the entire site for any given post number.

Again, if someone else were to make a more general-purpose imageboard run on Maniwani, I'd be quite happy with that. It's just not something that interests me/something I have the money for, at the moment. Either way, I appreciate the feedback!

Posted by: E329
At: Apr 20, 2019 14:39
ID: 1394

>>1393

I still personally believe that including this feature too soon would result in a bunch of boards each with very low population

Then introduce a competitive feature that rewards popular boards with larger catalog/pages and punishes unpopular boards with board deletion. See the wikipedia articles on Zipf's Law again.

I don't browse 8chan enough to know how it institutes autonomous moderation. How does it work there?
Global Admins > Global Mods > Board Admins > Board Mods, simple enough

I'm not quite sure I agree that 4chan has too few boards

I am referring to Futatsu having too little boards.

IRC is much easier to implement than Matrix, so if I personally wrote anything it would be IRC support

It could be a live chat along side posts, that would make things more lively. The interactive post function implemented in other boards are not helpful.

I would very much like Futatsu to grow as well, though I'm not sure I would like it to become as huge as 8chan any time soon; I do not yet have the disposable income of someone like Jim Watkins where I could afford to run such a site at a large loss.

Ride the tide as 8chan continues to fail, I hope that you can cease the opportunity.

If anything, I think the current setup makes any specific post number much more valuable and harder to achieve, since you have to compete with the entire site for any given post number

An imageboard needs side activities like /secretrule/ or /4get/ball or /sen/ate or attention-hungry games to be entertaining. You have to discover new activities, as the old ideas aren't really that special, and people already expect it to exist.

P.S. Please fix the post reply function, I don't want to have to type, click close, copy your post, open and delete the post number again and again.

Posted by: E329
At: Apr 20, 2019 14:49
ID: 1395

>>1037
Ideas:
1. Post deletion before a certain time (e.g. 15 minutes) to prevent bad posts from happening
2. Mosaic tiling of posts/threads like how Tumblr does it (since we allow CSS)
3. Stop using Bootsrap, statrt using Pure.CSS or Milligram or something else that is lightweight
4. Left-pointing arrow turning quotes pink ('< I am so so so stupid') a feature in 8chan
5. Emphasis text that makes the text bold and red (a feature in 8chan)
6. Board search function (if we ever get to having more than 30 boards like 4chan)
7. Multi-board catalogs for monitoring (like https://nerv.8ch.net) see #6
8. Clickable links (since the MarkDown does not seem to highlight it)
9. A (1) meter (for detecting if people just troll in a thread)
10. A Booru that saves files from threads (see 8-booru.booru.org)

Posted by: 18E0
At: Apr 21, 2019 17:13
ID: 1400
Replies:
>>1401

>>1399
you ok mate ?

Posted by: E329
At: Apr 22, 2019 15:36
ID: 1401

>>1400
Nah it is just StephenLynx from Lynxchan sperging out about "muh Node.js imageboard is better than yours"


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