You should try to fix your openssl configuration.
Shared my site on Uboa, but since I brought it back again and breathed new life into it, I'll do it here too…https://keychan.cf/
I threw up a custom CSS, Uploading WebMs are having some issues though because of exec() being disabled by host. Anyway, I would like to try and do better than last time. Just avoid posting halfchan-tier memes, illegal content, or straight up spam.
Would you please STOP dropping expiring invites????? It's annoying as hell and gets people's hopes up.
I dunno but how STUPID must a person be to not read that on the top of the thread and figure out how permanent invites work????
I heard this is the place to advertise?
I'll keep it short: Commutes is a social network based on one idea, there should be no admins on community groups. The website has a democratic system in which your power depends upon your activity on site.
It's very small right now, but we're very welcoming.http://commutes.ga
I built a file-sharing booru type site from scratchhttp://heyuri.cf/
pls use it I'm lonely ;-;
konatachan.org is revived
Is there a discord invitation to a channel with random topics that accept people who speak broken english?
I put together a GNU Social instance this afternoon; if you've never tried it out, my instance is open-registration… I'm going to use it to write down / record all the little thoughts I have during the day, maybe it'd be cool if we could all share something like that!
It's called the Pretty Boy Social Club because that's my handle: actually everyone is welcome / encouraged to check it out! It's at:https://soc.prettyboytellem.com/
I'm running a lot of services out of my apartment: an IRC server, mumble server, a textboard, an imageboard (for my uni), and my personal site ( same as in >>3101
)… and because I just noticed, note that RAL moved from the original URL to:https://ralee.org
I always make sure that the services I run stick around for a while; I hate to see things disappear…
I hope places like this stick around for another good long while~
Hey Prettyboy, I love RAL and the general aesthetic of your sites! Keep up the good work
Greetings from Depreschan.
Come visit us, if you'd like.https://depreschan.ovh/int/
this is a nice comfy server for chatting and shitposting, we're always open to new members and we hope you will enjoy it https://discord.gg/cEbs3wD
This is a server for discussing creative writing, game development, 3d modeling, art and any other creative activity.https://discord.gg/cAbbYWW
The server is slow, but it gets alive from time to time. Just post a question that bugs your mind or post about a project you are working on, and the server will blossom like a desert after a rainstorm.
having to interview though…
Imagine coming to imageboards of all places to draw a community then demanding interviews.
It's a little less than that, here, this is a simple explanation:
rune williamsYesterday at 1:49 PM
reminder that intros are actually really easy its just like introducing yourself in elementary school or some shit just like a sentence or two about yourself
So all you have to do is remember how a 5-year-old would introduce himself to class and you'll be fine.>inb4 an elementary school student is more capable of communication than you grown men
>>5423>reminder that intros are actually really easy its just like introducing yourself in elementary school or some shit just like a sentence or two about yourself
First day in school was worst day in school.
Just sitting there, nervous as hell, waiting for your turn to say something about yourself. I never knew what to say.
I prefer sites and communities where I can lurk freely, and just randomly join the conversation whenever I feel like I have something suitable to say. "say something about your self" makes it less likely for someone like me to join I think.
Or maybe you're just a socially inept autist who even gets nervous making discord intros(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)
Why would I ever bother with introducing myself. Sites with intro or interview requirements tend to be pretty horrible. I avoid them whenever possible. Those sites might be fun for some people, but not for me.
I rather do what I usually do, which is to lurk for a while, until I feel comfortable enough to make a post.
I sure am inept when dealing with social interaction, but I am this way out of preference. I don't enjoy communities where the first thing you must do is present yourself on a stage, so aptitude in such situations is not important to me.
"Let's go around and tell the class two truths and a lie!"
Im with this sushi roll. Any site/service that has you 'intro' yourself are often the kinds of places where you can find shitloads of drama and cliques that are keen on a witch-hunt every week.
sushi rollymous lurking is comfy, sushi.
Shouldn't lurking be encouraged for the sake of the community? I'm not telling you how to run your own server, but it seems like you'll constantly be bombarded with trolls and newcomers. Typical board etiquette asks that newcomers spend some time watching new posts and learning the culture before posting. Lurking. If you require users to post before entering, how should they know the culture of the community? How will they even know if they'll like the server? It all seems to go against the culture of the community.
The death of board culture should be expected, just like the death of freedom. That’s the future.
Are you guys all high right now or something? Way to make a mountain out of an mole-hill.
This is all just about a single innocuous sentence.
We've never had cliques and have NEVER had drama in this server precisely because we have this #intros channel that keeps egotists out.
By writing an intro, you are putting some personal agency/identity into the server which locks out the ability to shitpost as an ego-mask or to silently snipe at people sushi rollymously. It actually reduces drama - you would know this if you compared our server to most others.
I don't understand why this protocal becomes such an ethical concern in a chilean hopscotch arena.
If you paid attention to board culture anyway, you'd realize that sushi rollymity breeds negativity and tribalism anyway. I love our board cultures, but to deny that 4chan and its offspring have progressively become more spiteful and uncomfy is a fallacy.>>5434
No need to be rude. You're just going to upset people into not changing their stance.
the website is down now, is there anyway you can share the music that was on there?
lol im in a server with the boxxy dude. he's pretty chill.
Hehe that's me. I was actually feeling down the last few days and that gave me a real boost, even tho I don't chat much, thanks dude!
Yeah he's chill in VCs when a girl is present.
Reading through the last replies in this thread, I really don't want to join a discord server full of argumentative, hostile people who like to invent drama. Yikes. Really bad first impressions.
We don't have any drama at all in our server. People who create drama seem to fail getting through intros channel or are the kinds who don't like to make intros.
It's weird to come up with a lot of specific rules, establish a hierarchy/clique to try and have control over people in a community of peers, and then act like other people are the problem. Have fun on your discord server, I'll look elsewhere.
>>5467>We hope to create a calm, informal setting for chatting
and yet you're calling people on an sushi rollymous board autists for being uncomfortable with the fact that you have to intro. not just that, but you're putting people into a box with this asinine "good intro =] bad intro =[" hooey.
i'd suggest being a little more receptive to people than calling them autists and patronizing them
Stop bullying me ;-; why are you guys so mean? I thought this was a comfy board. ._.
I just want them to write a single sentence about themselves, then they never have to again.
is not the person who posted the community in question. It's some rando who showed up to fan the flames and has never made any other posts. You're yelling at the wrong guy.
There is really nothing wrong with asking people to make an intro before joining their community. If it makes you uncomfortable then you're not the target audience, so just leave it be. This thread is for posting chats and communities. Spin-off critical conversations like this are very unsightly and not comfy at all, and not what the thread is for.
Let's please chill and move on to something else.
an all girl liveboard with a small community looking for new peoplehttps://chen2.org/tt/138550
trannies don't count as women(Fascinating.)
sushichan says trans rights
on a more related note, https://postbox.garden/
has had some new posts recently, I would encourage all of you to check it out!
here is a website with a list of textboards http://txtchan.org/
and also creamy's list of imageboardshttps://hastebin.com/raw/ijuzolazeb