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 No.620[Reply]

tip jar should NOT 404

 No.674

Oh wow. I sure missed this thread.

Currently, Paypal donations should be made directly to seisatsu@seisat.su, instead of through a Paypal donate button that skims some of the money. I should make a simple page that gives instructions.

Edit: Quick-fixed.



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 No.197[Reply]

What ever happened to the sushichan stickers thing?
From the archive: https://archive.sushigirl.us/lounge/res/964.html

Is someone going to put this back into action? Sushichan stickers seemed like a neat idea.
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 No.350

>>349
Welcome back, rollie <3
Will you keep contributing?

 No.376

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>>336
well, thanks! they made my journal look a bit nicer.

 No.377

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>>349
your sticker is great! thank you!

 No.412

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Just got 2 of each, I'm excited!

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uwu



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 No.649[Reply]

I can't help but feel we've failed to capture the feeling the old site had. It feels sort of forced, the way everyone acts now, before it was comfy because of how everyone interacted, now it's comfy because that's the decided site theme. Maybe I'm looking through rose tinted glasses. It's just never felt the same without itamae yknow, I miss him guys
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 No.666

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Also I think this is a silly thread to make. If you want posts that build a different atmosphere, then make posts that work towards building that kind of atmosphere.

To me, this site isn't some comfy themed site, but a relaxing escape from all the shitposting and fanboyism everywhere else. I don't feel like I have to justify liking the things that I like here. I can just be myself and not get shit on for it.

Your opinion might be different, but to me this site isn't about being comfy, it's most other sites that are just too damn uncomfy.

 No.667

I only recently discovered this site so I couldn't speak for the before-times but I like it here.

 No.668

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I only started posting in this new iteration of sushichan, but I used to lurk before. Personally I agree with the sushis of the opinion that nothing really changed. However, I do think that OP's point deserves attention.
Maybe we can all read the archives and see how it was before? Maybe we should be a little more argumentative, instead of forcing niceness?
Also, sushirolls are people and people change with the time, maybe we are all getting a bit more tender. Also Sushichan is a small community so even small changes in individuals are felt here.
I sometimes wonder how many rolls we lost in the last downtime, and never got back.

 No.670

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>>649
You have a case of confirmation bias. The only thing that has changed, Sushi, is _you_.

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Sushigirl from 2015.



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 No.657[Reply]

Would you ever consider making sage invisible like 4chan did? Moot made sage hidden a while back so that people would stop using it as a downvote, and I feel like that would work well here

 No.658

I don't see it often here, and people here don't seem like the kind to downvote, or abuse sage for downvotes. I don't think it needs to be visible either, since a sage to me is a personal thing, not something others need to see directly. Tho I don't have a strong opinion on it. On a site with people as nice as this once, I don't think it matters too much if a sage is visible or not.

I never really notice when people sage anyways. Since I hardly ever read outside of the message body. But when I do notice a sage, I just assume they just wanted to make a comment that wasn't totally on topic, and didn't want to bump the thread while posting that comment.

 No.659

Seconding what >>658 said. Hiding sage really isn't necessary for sushichan.

 No.664

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>>657
Do you understand the purposes and mechanics of sage?
Sage is meant to be added to a post the poster deems not worthy of attention and not worthy of bumping the thread to the top of the index.
Naturally, the poster doesn't necessarily want himself to be associated with such a post. This is why sage goes into the email field, so that one cannot accidentally link their email to a not worthy post.
This disassociation is also why sage turns (or used to turn) your ID into a generic one, like Heaven or a bunch of zeroes.
Then, why is sage visible? Because the mailto link for email addresses is. Sage means "mail to no-one, not to me, I didn't post this".

Also, on some boards of current 4chan, sage no longer preserves bumps. Saging still contributes to the bump limit, without bumping. 4chan is taking the feature closer to being a downvote and I wouldn't follow its example.

 No.669

I don't think a change is needed in this regard, since rolls seem to have mastered the art of sage.



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 No.587[Reply]

I have an idea.
Let's assign sushi rolls a random names such as udon, maki, miso shiru, takoyaki, etc.
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 No.633

The sushi thing is adorbs. I second this.

 No.636

How about tiny little pixel sushis next to the names?

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>>636
I apologize, I dropped the picture.

I mean something like this.

 No.639

>>597
I agree with this. It's fine how it is.

 No.640

>>638
Like little countryballs, that's cute.

Where did the rest of the krautchan diaspora end up, by the way?



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 No.622[Reply]

The hosting provider forced a reboot to patch over a critical CPU-level security vulnerability that was discovered recently affecting all operating systems. Our server did not survive the reboot. It's unknown whether I broke something or they did, since we hadn't rebooted in a long time.

In any case, I had to reinstall the operating system but they saved all of the files so nothing was lost in the end, it's just a pain. Especially since my laptop stopped working for a few days and the server broke in the middle of me attending a convention.

Most of the downtime was spent moving files back and forth from my home and the server since there wasn't enough room on the server to extract the backup. (The backup archive was more than half the size of the server.)

Things may still be broken and I'm still setting up other services on the server, so please email me if there are any issues.

 No.623

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thank u for maintaining my favorite website seisatsu-sama~

i didnt wanna go online at all when it was down :(

 No.624

Thanks for keeping us in the loop.
What can we do if the site goes down again? I couldn't even find the irc without access to the site. Even though it was down I managed to find the Ubuu discord using google. Should I just save sushi irc for future reference?

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>>623
>>624
>What can we do if the site goes down again? I couldn't even find the irc without access to the site.

In the event of something unexpected knocking the site out again, IRC info and server status details can be found at: @SushiChanDesu on Twitter. Be sure to bookmark it, follow it, write it down, spray paint it on your cat, etc.

https://twitter.com/SushiChanDesu



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 No.619[Reply]

Merorin

 No.621

Moved to >>>/hell/1261.



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 No.604[Reply]

Seisatsu san, Seisatsu san!
I think your SSL* certificate's expired!

Please renew it soon so we can have confidence in our comfyposting



*Secure Sushi Lounge


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 No.432[Reply]

If a wildcard board becomes popular enough, will you keep it?

I think that would be a really smart way of making new boards because you have a testing ground of sorts

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 No.433

>>432

If I am petitioned to do so with a particular wildcard topic, I will consider it. I just don't want us to have an Uboachan number of boards.

 No.601

This site is slow and general topics usually fit in a single thread of the other sub-boards. Really specific threads tend to evolve into greater scopes anyway or die due to overspecialization.

Now when I read this, opening a new thread feels like giving birth to an intellectual being.



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 No.320

I don't think advertisement has any place on the site.

 No.321

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>>319
Quality post, sushi roll.
>>318
Have an image of comfort from my personal collection.
>>320
I agree.

 No.328

>>317
There is nothing wrong with Reddit.

 No.591

>>309
I really appreciate the hyperlinks. I actually wound up here when I decided to revisit long-dead desuchan and they had links to lainchan & co. Without the links I would have never discovered this group of comfy low-traffic communities.

 No.592

>>591
Same here.
As long as common sense is exercised when linking, just like >>310 says, it's fine. The board they mentioned is indeed made for no more than 20 or 30 users, and linking it was a mistake. But there are other places like sushichan where we won't cause trouble.
Besides, if none of the small communities were ever linked, they would eventually die out.
I think the thread is perfectly acceptable.



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