>>15 >Captchpa for Spam protection Not needed at the moment. When properly set up the built in spam control takes care of bots pretty alright.
>DDos Protection I am not sure about this server but I know mine has DDoS protection as part of the package, also have it behind cloudflare. Maybe cloudfare would be a good choice for here to.
>Archive site like 4plebs or desuarchive I am not sure about this one, not everything needs to be saved. But maybe a arc board for the best of the best? I mean if something really awesome goes down there is always people screen capping.
>Multiple images per post Already in, but I plan on implementing an optional drag and drop system that will make it even easier to use.
>Visible logs on bans I will try to make this happen within the next day or 2.
>>29 I think archive is the best method for people to stop making threads like "Hi guize I was away for few months plz spoonfeed meh", then people can go through archives and see for themselves what they missed. I'm an 2016 newfag but I managed to teach myself most of 4chan's history and background infos with desustorage
>>79 Even if they make a dedicated board over there, it'll still be a shitty place. The mods will continue to be assholes. The owner will still be a greedy idiot. It'll still be a contaminant board. It's like wanting to live in a ghetto. The only positive is traffic and we could just redirect from a dedicated board.
>>29 Definitely in the camp of selective archiving here for historical purposes. In the cases of OPs & the like, screens those wishing to participate can post when/if necessary (& then even delete after; I'm a paranoid fuck) would be much better. This site catches on or garners any media interest & there's an archive of 'greatest hits' in that regard, going to paint a nice target.
Some that could be better is the catalog. The scroll bar is ugly and the text reaching down towards the thread below isn't that beautiful either.
Another things is legal protection for the owner. I don't know much about the law but maybe you should put a disclaimer somewhere that you are not resposible for any of the posts and its 18+ or something.
Third thing is an advice. If you get more janitors/mods maybe you should save the threads deleted somewhere so you can see if somebody uses his rights to harm the comunity. If someone is deleting a lot of threads you'd be able to see it.
Being as the board's a bit slow a times; it'd be nice to have the ability to edit your post. I feel like an ass reading through a thread & replying to multiple people separately, & it comes out as several comments in a row from just me; or having to keep a reply window open reading the whole thread/running text file to make it all show up as one comment. I realize it opens the door to people changing what they'd written after being called out on something; so it'd only really work if there was something akin to an(Edited)"button" that'd get added to the comment when you did that, that shows the history of edit(s) made & what the comment was before the change (potentially something akin to the image expansion from hovering over it?) Not a coder or anything, so no idea how much of a pain in the ass or any of that would be to pull off, if even possible, though.
>>2626 A statistics view, measuring posts per hour and per day, with the previous week as a point of reference, and measurements of the posts per board, has been in place for about 8 weeks now as a feature of the moderator-dashboard. A search of the chat-log shows that at the time it was created, when asked why the feature was not made public, the developer responded "no need for it to be public at the moment. It needs to at least work first."
Serious (lol) suggestion. I motion that any attempt to claim a waifu would INHERENTLY void any PREVIOUS claim to a Waifu. Ex. Dude a has Luna. Dude then claims Rainbow Dash. Dude would then (expressly) void claim on Luna. Just a suggestion.
I don't even know if I fully support the idea yet, but I would like to suggest a site FAQ. The rules are perfect as they are and while ideally newer users will have the decency to lurk, an FAQ could quickly bridge information gaps to avoid misconceptions.
>>2876 So there is! And it very thoroughly expounds on the main site rules (exhaustively, even) while also outlining the definition (from de finis - latin:the limit) of permissible and non behavior. I must have overlooked it....
>>2909 >>3074 Which boards are included or excluded from recent posts on the homepage can be edited very easily; /vx/ can be excluded from the homepage during game nights and returned if necessary. >>2936 I saw it (I see everything). I am not sure I agree. Having an idea of what the spoilered content is is often helpful in determining whether you want to view it or not.
Actually, what was with this debacle? It wasn't just this thread, but several other posts were deleted. The 800000 Get was "accidently" deleted too. It looks like the situation is only escalating. I want some clarification.
>>3141 You really cannot please everyone when determining what does and does not belong on the mainboard. A couple days ago, there was a thread about the decline of quality of Rick and Morty in its third season. The thread actually had a nexus to politics because it talked about diversity hires affecting the quality of the show. It looked fine to me, but people whined and bitched and demanded it be moved to /sp/. Yesterday there was a thread about Tom Petty and his evident death, and people demanded it be moved. Earlier today there was a thread about Derpibooru being cucked, and people wanted it moved, or at least one Admin wanted it moved - it was deleted. I believe there has been more over the past several days, but I cannot remember. In any event, the thread in question was a single sentence with no obvious meaning, and no title. A far fitter candidate for /sp/ then some that had actually been moved.
>>3144 Well, simply after a mod deleted one or two posts, they could have clarified why. It would have cleared it up before anything would have bubbled to the surface, and I still don't believe it's being handled well without explanation yet someone still deletes the posts. Mind the provocativeness, but there's unneeded agitation that comes from this kind of rule.
>>3145 I'm assuming you're referring to GET theft drama? Either you have it, or you don't have it. Atlas has already weighed in and determined he does not want it. To this end it's been banned on the moderator side. But it's reappeared anyways
Is it possible to make Mlpol view-able in other languages? I know language translation programs/sites exist, but is it A. possible and B. not ridiculously complex to develop a board-proprietary language option? Certain elements are not translate-able, but for simple discussion perhaps?
>>3166 When I use foreign image boards, I just use the Jewgle translate to translate all the text on the page, but I only lurk, because I know my shitty translations would just fuck up the conversation.
>>3167 >>3168 It wouldn't need to be all languages. I don't know how complicated of an idea I'm talking, but Spanish, French, German (might get ppl arrested),... definitely Russian (you've seen the meme right?) should suffice.
>>3156 That is what I thought, but some moderators believe "it's shit, it belongs on /sp/" >>3166 >>3167 >>3168 >>3169 I asked our developers to see how well mlpol.net works with Google translate. I am not certain of the results >>3165 >>3221 I guess that is possible. Would this be a feature like bolding? >>3222 >That namefag What. Uh, I guess pink text is possible?
>>4795 I meant adding an [invidious] link in brackets after the URL, visually similar to how embeds show up. An option to convert all links sounds nice, but if it requires changing settings most people aren't going to even know it exists.