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Roadmap Comrade Board volunteer 01/16/2020 (Thu) 23:35:45 No. 3941
Please post features for the roadmap here. Off topic and completed features will be deleted. Duplicate posts will be removed. Volunteer demands get priority and order of execution depends on the usefulness the time cost and my personal motivation. Please be as complete as possibly in a feature request. Even shitty ms Paint illustrations of how you imagine it are greatly appreciated and usefull. Currently the dev team is focussing on gochan development. Your feature request will be implemented there if they are chosen. I only respond to reject or ask for clarifications on posts. If I do not respond consider your report accepted and on the to do list. This keeps the thread short and concise. Please note: New wordfilters/flags are not site features. Whining about your ban is not a site feature. If you ask about this your post will be remove. If you spam you will get a short ban from the gulag board. .t codemonkey admin
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>>6351 Not possible with current software(lynxchan). Nonetheless alternate solutions are being worked on. Soon.
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>>6351 Nice file LOL
>>6299 Remember to post via tor or other anonymity networks, it might not be enough to stop the glowies from seeing you post on bunkerchan but at least it will make it significantly more difficult for them to actually trace things back to you.
>>6352 Then at least give different proxy pics to PDFs vs. videos, like there already are for music and spoilers.
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>>6371 LOL maybe I'll throw together something more stylish in GIMP later
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>>6371 >>6372 Awrighty, 'forgot about that for a bit, but here. I don't know whether or not Lynxchan shitware supports this or not, but if it does, hopefully some of these will be useful, if you think the design is okay.
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>>6431 >>6432 Good work!
>>6431 >>6432 these are wonderful.
>>6431 >>6432 very nice Ogg isn't centered though
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>>6431 >>6432 These are great. Maybe something like this for the webm and MP4 ones?
>>6520 Instead of the film, that is. Just to make it more visually interesting like the pdf one, which is my favorite.
Okay guys real constructive criticism time here: Seriously decide to centralize the topic of language-learning to a specific board, most preferrably and intuitively >>>/ref/ (as that's our /int/), instead of the situation now; lang-threads divided among four (4) boards (/leftypol/, /hobby/, /edu/ & /ref/). It would help a lot.
>>6619 <Cont. And if not /ref/ then at least pick a board; that's the larger point. So that it will be easier to grow and develop the topic (knowing where to find the threads easily, where the threads can mutually reinforce each other) but also for better moderation of the topic by the staff. I realized after posting that one could probably make a good argument for why it should be on /edu/ instead, but I think it's fairly clear for example that both /ref/ and /edu/ are obviously better places for the threads than both /hobby and /leftypol/. My argument for as to why they should go to /ref/ is that the nature of the discussion in these threads are much more banter-ish and quick, rather than, say a historical, biological or cosmological discussion with need for citations and references on a board like /edu/. Learning languages is way more flowing and easy-going in that sense and I think GET's /ref/ would be perfect for this.
>>6619 >>6620 /ref/ is under the jurisdiction of the /GET/ team so us /leftypol/ mods can't unilaterally decide to send any threads there (in fact beside admins no /leftypol/ mod have the ability to transfer a thread to /ref/ nor /GET/). Thus if you wish for /ref/ to become the place for language learning, you should propose the idea directly to the /GET/ team.
>>6641 I see. Could you guys at least move this >>>/hobby/13493 and this (if starts bumping again) >>>/leftypol/784622 to >>>/edu/, so that it will become the 'leftypol' language-learning center at least, in the meanwhile? Will drop by /ref/ with some questions tomorrow.
>>6641 I asked in >>>/ref/ and they seem to be up for it! >>>/ref/4510 Let's make /ref/ the official language-learning board!
gochan last commit was jul 27. Was it abandoned?
>>6835 The two lead programmers are having health issues is what I heard
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>>3955 >>3957 >Change the booru font to white so that it'll be more readable I have changed the booru css to one based on the Yotsuba theme.
>>6835 Why did you think it was a good idea for mods to have to fill out a captcha?
>>6997 So they couldn't spam the logs. But there's a recent setting that disables that, in case the site trusts all mods.
>>7000 They can still spam them by deleting posts
>>7019 They can't because they can only delete a post once. So you need to make more posts and stumble into anti-flood measures.
1. Are you guys (mods) even here anymore? You're so silent now-a-days. Weren't you in the making of upgrading the servers or something several months ago by now? You were both talking about the server code and the tor onion service. 2. Why is IG still as shit as ever even after the supposed 'upped moderation'? Still just 3 ecelebs getting shilled constantly (Vaush, Maupin, Ashleigh), while everyone on /leftypol/ broadly seems to have much better taste / subscriptions on average. At some point why one has to admit that the general is way to broad in scope and thus too hard to moderate effectively and do something about it. Since the 3 characters getting advertised are very easily definable by their content (in order: radlib grifter, USano wannabe politician, radlewd grifter) they obviously could get divided into one new and two already existing generals: /radlib watch/, /USApol/ and 'simp' on /GET/. /radlib watch/ would both be a much better containment method than /IG/, because sometimes (I know it's rare) there's actually some interesting stuff being posed in /IG/. This way you could, in other words, finally solve the glowing eyesore 80% of the board probably already has hidden.
>>6431 >>6432 A month later and still supporting this.
>>7160 The onion service is delayed until Space_ decides to do it. Same with other server configurations, as vols we're limited in what we can do. I'll bring up your concerns with /ig/ to the team. Although one problem I foresee already is that trying to make a radlib containment is going to lead into fighting over what does and doesn't belong. I would suggest users rather violate the containment for actually interesting things instead of posting them in there, leaving it for gossip. Perhaps this could be made explicit in the OP
>>7162 >[x] is delayed until Space_ [never] decides to do it. This isn't sustainable. It's time vols, mods, the other admins and the userbase decide to chart an alternative; out of this rut. It's not my intention to be dramatic, but it's been like this since I returned around winter and it's been a fucking quarantine season where basically an unprecedented amount of energy is redirected to personal computers and hobbies. Space_ has everything but explicitly abandoned this site and community and that is holding it back from flourishing / getting anywhere / not dying (which static ~500 users for about a year conveys -- down from volatile potentials of thousands). Not having a sysadmin is pretty detrimental for any website, but especially an anonymous social media community / cyberculture with actual aspirations for influence. It cannot go on like this without a planned or unplanned split happening and I would prefer it to be the former, to avoid multiple splinters which often comes with the latter. 1. Set up a donation page for servers. 2. When the cost of a year is covered launch it with: a. the same code and staff (minus the vacant) b. onion server c. improved thumbnails d. bugfixed report function and ban logs f. improved relations with /GET/ in reference to the server issue drama... g. maybe even a Peertube instance for archiving clips Opportunities just keep passing us by simply by being stuck here. There obviously are technical people among us just by taking a look at /tech/. A single, normally competent sysadmin could do the above a-to-g in an afternoon (IIRC d is no longer an issue, the codebase just hasn't been updated or some shit?). Either a root sysadmin pertains to their social media cyberculture community at least a couple of hours a week, or they get couped. It really doesn't need to be more complicated than that.
>>7173 I reckon that if the vol team had plans to "split" from Space, they would keep it secret from us until the last moment. Would they publicly come forth with one Space could simply pull the rug from under their feet and install his nazbol friends in their place. Or maybe I'm just coping and they aren't preparing anything, which considering the history /leftypol/ has had with its modteam is quite possible, unfortunately. Anyways, I certainly hope the mods explicitly complained about those issues with Space and don't simply accept the status quo after having succumbed for TINA.
>>7173 Sure, let's go all SAO on them
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>>7524 (me) oh it got jumbled up :( never mind then.
Oh cool, I can visit the site again. Cloudflare blocked my proxy for the past few days.
>>7545 We were being raided by /pol/
Anyway to hide comments or use a MD5 Image hash to get rid of certain same image posters like Wojack?
>>7620 >hide comments Yes, the very large crossed out circle.
Suggestion: Ban comments that copy and paste someone else's comment and post a picture of a wojack
>feature request can we have a narrator button https://www.hongkiat.com/blog/text-to-speech/ It might give effort theory posts greater reach if all the people with capitalist attention span could just listen to it.
One thing I miss from 8/leftypol/ is that their was a sticky thread where people posted about books they were reading, and suggested books to people, and posted .pdfs files. Is their any plan to revive such a sticky thread? Quality has gone down sense fleeing 8chan and I think that is partially why?
>>7703 You can post books here >>>/leftypol/668788, the archived one is here >>>/leftypol/8537, or do you mean something else?
>>7785 do you remember the thread where pic related were from
>>7802 If you're talking about the /read/ing group thread, it's been bumped off /leftypol/. The successor of this thread is found on /edu/ here >>>/edu/4956 . A similar general discussion thread >>>/edu/3434
Space_ since you're online now please heed our call for the implementation of a Bunkerchan onion server
I thank the staff for the introduction of the /b/ containment board, resulting in a ten-fold increase in quality on all other boards on Bunkerchan. What do you think of introducing umbrella-boards >>>/sanity/ (/leftypol/, /hobby/, /tech/ & /edu/) >>>/decadence/ (/games/, /anime/ & /b/) to further contain the knuckle-dragging lumpens on the second while solidifying a resilient culture of disciplined competence on the first?
>>7973 >Lumping /anime/ with /b/ >reconsolidating /hobby/ with /tech/ and /edu/ >Putting /hobby/, /tech/ and /edu/ in with /leftypol Fuck off cunt, are you trying to get 90% of the actual decent threads deleted? Sounds like borderline glownigger shit, trying to wreck the site. 1) Stop trying to dissolve our current boards this has been discussed and nobody wants it. 2) Slower boards are better for slower topics and don't require gatekeepers be up 24/7 so that some retard doesn't push threads off the board with spam or shitty bait threads like /leftypol/ is wont to be. /edu/ is for purely educational discussion and serves as a slower board for educational topics, without politsrach /tech/ is one of the oldest boards and was reseparated from /hobby/ because computer science and other discussions are far drier and slower topics than even /hobby/ can allow for without them getting thrown to the bottom of Catalog /games/ and /anime/ are active enough and were seperated after trial periods on the now defunct >>>/roulette/ board, they were successful despite being isolated and have a lot of content /b/ shouldn't have been made in the first place, but since we're here, keep the garbage out of our games, hobby and anime, we don't need literal spam-fags and shitposters flooding threads with a hundred retarded takes and duplicate OPs and killing threads
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>We STILL lack Global Rules Not sure if this is the right thread but fuck it, here's a basic skeleton of Global Rules for the site I suggest we implement since the current Rules are nonexistent https://bunkerchan.xyz/.static/pages/globalRules.html 1) Do not post anything that violating local or United States law such as, but not limited to, Child Pornography. 2) Do not post or request personal information ("dox") of users of the site 3) Regular pornography, Anthropomorphic ("furry") pornography, Grotesque ("guro") images and drawn pornography must be spoilered outside of >>>/b/ 4) No spamming or flooding of any kind. No intentionally evading spam or post filters. 5) Threads should be created with substantial OPs containing a meaningful topic of discussion outside of >>>/b/ 6) Do not create duplicate threads unless the previous thread is Bumplocked. If you plan on making a thread, make sure to check catalog to see if the topic already exists 7) Post topics in their appropriate board: - Political Discussion and News threads belong in >>>/leftypol/ - History, Education and Book reading belong on >>>/edu/ - Discussions of technology relating to computer hardware and software go on >>>/tech/ - Anime, manga and other Asian-related media belong on >>>/anime/ - Videogames, Boardgames, Roleplaying, Console, Arcade and Mobile/Computer games belong on >>>/games/ - Media - /tv/, /lit/, Art/Architecture, Cartoons/Comics, Character discussions, Outdoor activities (Gardening, Hiking, Hunting, DIY/Survivalism, Martial Arts/Fitness), Weapons/Military, Fandoms (SCP, MLP, Furry), and other HOBBIES excluding those involving anime, games and tech belong on >>>/hobby/ - Moderation feedback and discussion of the site goes on >>>/gulag/ 8) Use archive.is to save images and threads, Guidelines: >>>/gulag/5621 This is just a basic set I reccommend.
Don't kmow if this is the right place to post this, but may I suggest adding a feature that distinguishes epub and pdf files? At least when I am on mobile, I can't check the file name, and the last thing I want is to accidentally download the anarchist cookbook.
>>7997 Thought this was added server side already Go here https://paste.gg/p/comrade/43edd0e233364a5cb7e638eab6169a16#0836852e91854c69b5ff29093aeb2e17-title > Differentiate pdf/epub thumbnails from webm/mp4 you'll have to switch to desktop mode on your phone browser to access the settings menu but it works nonetheless


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