Sounds like it would need substantial and/or consistent moderation, to maintain the consistency of the product/topic. I'm game
My first impression was to distrust the idea and to consider it as an intent to cause entropy to main /mlpol/ board.
However, if the intent is to accumulate and safeguard the memes, it might work.
That aint a bad idea, its an useful thing to know our ways around memetics, plus we'll need to inject the finished product on mainstream media and watch the effect.
That's the beautiful part!
If nobody posts on /vx/ for 3 months, the board's useless because it exists for discussion.
But if nobody posts on /arm/ for 5 years, it will still have use as a pre-sorted meme armoury!
It doesn't need activity to be useful, but in times of war it can provide places to plan activity and work together on the best memes possible.
I really like this idea, I've got quite a few I've been saving for a while that I could share.
So, the hypothetical new board would be a meme dumpster?
Because I don't think /mlpol/ has at this time enough autism to keep it alive.
Sorry the blackpill, but I would hate another dead board.
>>4988>user numbers have never been higher>site has been trucking along for almost 3 years
Hello again Vril. Are we gonna have this argument again? You neglect to respond to my assertions every time this comes up, I'm sure that's totally not from inability though.
The point of this proposed board is not
to be a discussion board, but a infograph/meme repository, outside of discussion threads where the memes/info gets buried by activity. Kind of like having a categorized system of directories on an individual level, except on a board
level, where anons can contribute OR derive what they wish from the board, and use it as a resource in the event of "Oh shit-fuck, I can't find that one meme!"
>>4989>Kind of like having a categorized system of directories on an individual level, except on a board level, where anons can contribute OR derive what they wish from the board, and use it as a resource in the event of "Oh shit-fuck, I can't find that one meme!
Okay, even if I'm still a bit skeptical, your train of thought has logic.
I concede it.
Ayyy! I miss you guys, ngl. But to the topic at hand, I can't think of how many times I've seen a meme and made note of it, but when the time came couldn't find it because "What thread was it in? I think it was,... god dammit, fuck it all I give up". I suppose thats a testament to not saving memes and just internalizing them, and I recognize that reflects more on me than anything (and assuming I'm not the only one), I still think the idea has merit.