>>273795>I'm sure you're following the Reddit and Youtube happenings.
Watching the purge happen, and awaiting for one of the alternative sites to start picking up users and speed, and emerge as the new king. The purge is happening sooner than I imagined. I thought they would do it closer to the election.>I wish you continued success as the front line cavalry of anonymous speech.
The time is long overdue for freedom to get back to the internet. Lets hope it comes back sooner than later.
Tks fren, have a coot poner
Oh gosh, our little songbird is all grown up
>8 years anons
G-d darn it you found me out, g*y!
This is now a newspaper clipping thread (don't worry, I'll sage)
>mfw it's given me a new id yet again
I know I sound like a complete newfag, but how do I ban evade on 4chan? I never got banned before, but the shitty janny got me banned for trolling the redditfags by telling them to go to /qa/. I tried turning off my router for 30 minutes, but that hasn't worked.
Any other methods besides VPN? I want to exhaust the other methods first.
When I'm serious about shitposting yeah a VPN is pretty much the only effective means I'm familiar with (I used the "Private Internet Access" VPN service I think it's called). I think I've heard something about turning "airplane mode" on your phone on and off working somehow if you want to be a phoneposting fagget but I don't fuckin' know honestly.
Does anyone still check the mlpolowner email still btw or do I have to make an announcement of some sort here to bring attention to it?
>*tink* *tink* *tink* *tink*
Unfortunately, it seems Atlas is unavailable today, and he was the only one with access to the email. If you wish to let the rest of the staff know, simply report your own post and detail the message you wish to give us. We have the ability to respond on your client side, or you may choose to announce it. If you want to make it public, but it is directed solely towards staff, we ask you make a thread in /qa/.
Thanks for the quick response; it's not exactly a time-sensitive email but at the same time I know how infrequent those kinds of messages are probably sent to it under normal circumstances so it may not be checked very often.
Long story short: I was hoping to commission based heckin' Pupperino or a trusted dev/admin proxy to help me with my own imageboard software woes. I don't think it'll be a major endeavor for anyone with the applicable experience but nevertheless I'm offering USD or 4DE-whatever currency is most valuable around these parts-for the service.