>>1566>The more recent "gay porn" poll only received about 98 votes after being stickied for several days. It is clear that people voted in that poll who are not now parts of the mlpol community. And there are probably many now who are a part of the mlpol community who did not vote in those polls or post in that thread.
The difference in numbers isnt that big. What made you come to those conclusions?
But we have not had that problem with mlpol /sg/, as it appears that that thread's regular users also use the site more generally, and that many of the site's regular users also visit the thread.
It would seem like it buts its more likely because ratio of people from 4/sg/ and polestrians from around here participting in /sg/ is roughly 50/50. /sg/uys dont yet have numbers to form sub-community, I think.>>1571
Idea of turning /sg/ into series of happening threads sounds like a nice compromise. But its also probably going to discourage/shoo 4/sg/ people from posting here. They have been doing their thing in general for a long time now. Posters would need to adjust to new system.
And how are they going to tackle geolocation activism? Will every happening have geolocation anons? Or will there be made rally threads like for pixelcanvas to ask for help? You know what happened when canvas threads piled up. Thats right, pixel canvas is now styckied cyclycal thread. Looks like general to me.
This strikes me as a key issue. Is /sg/ without geolocation even /sg/ anymore?