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Remember to keep it cozy!

Captchas didn't work. Sticking to janitors while we try to think of something else.

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>Not having ffmpeg installed for primo webm thumbnailing

It takes almost no system resources. It's like you hate us.


I haven't read about that feature before, I'll take a look.


I tried setting it up but only get really bland error messages from vichan when uploading a webm. The server's running an old Debian, so maybe it expects a newer version or something. Everything that needs to be installed is installed and I followed vichan's brief instructions.

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Seisatsu, please be more vigilant or appoint a mod for this board, Thank you.


I think a global janny or two would work.


For anyone who isn't in the loop we have several janitors now and a bot that shows us new posts as they happen.


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thank you seisatsu!

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So, the rules have said since before I got here that bewbz were allowed on /kawaii/, but some users have brought up concerns that no NSFW content was on the board until recently and they actually preferred it that way, with NSFW content being restricted to /lewd/. /kawaii/ is currently the only board outside the hell/lewd category with NSFW content, and unlike those two shows in kaitensushi by default, which makes the whole recent posts section NSFW unless /kawaii/ is blocked.

Should the rules restrict NSFW content to /lewd/ instead of allowing a little on /kawaii/?
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yes I would


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Never in my life i read so much wrong

Cute means "attractive or pretty especially in a childish, youthful, or delicate way"[1]

Beautiful means aesthetically pleasing,[2] but is very often used to refer to an aesthetically pleasing female. To amp up the meaning, "beautiful" can also mean "having qualities that delight the senses, especially the sense of sight."[3]

"Hot" means that the person is sexually desirable or attractive.[1] It's true that "hot" can also mean "lustful"[3], but in common parlance, that connotation is much less common.

"Sexy" is similar to "hot," in that it can mean sexually desirable or attractive, however it can also imply some degree of aesthetic or other appeal; it can mean "generally attractive or interesting."[2] That second meaning classes up the word marginally, relative to "hot."
[1] http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cute
[2] define:beautiful - Google Search
[3] http://www.thefreedictionary.com/beautiful

Cute: Velcro and/or light up kid-sized sneakers.
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What is love?~

As you rephrased correctly, my personal experience is the leading star of my comment. I tried to express the hard task to categorize in many cases. Something cute is something lovable, that warms my heart at the mere sight. Cute things are usually small, non-dreadful and often offer childlike characteristics like clumsiness or typical face proportions. Hot stuff is where reproduction mechanics kick in, giving me a boner. There is also a third thing only the Japanese seem to understand called "moe", which should be more on the cute side given the targets considered with that term. However it literally translates to "burning (with passion)".

If you combine these aesthetically different concepts in variable proportions, you get my idea of /kawaii/.
> Cute is adorable, and adorable isn't lewd
I read this as "those two are parted and you can't combine them" and I disagree.


then we shall make a new board, /moe/, that is more suited to it's own semantics


Any nudes on /kawaii/ should be spoilered, anything with penetration should be on /lewd/

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Wildcard used to be just like the wildcard board on uboa. Topic changed every month. I suggest we bring it back (I mean, it's still there, and it's just sitting there unused and forever stuck in STEM), I also think it'll give us something to talk about and boost activity a little.
I'm not sure what'd be a good topic however, maybe /travel/ or /philosophy/, I'm sure rolls will have a better idea.


Ok then.


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pls no


You're dangerous, OP.

Lock this man up!

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This might be a stupid question, but are webms enabled?

I tried to upload one but got an 'Invalid Image' error.
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Thanks, based Seisatsu. As always.


Sei, do webms no longer open inline ? (They open in a new tab in my browser)


Yeah, this started happening at some point and I'm not sure what caused it. I'll try to figure it out.




thanks man, hugs :3

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Hey there.

So, I'm running this site now because I had the most resources to do so. However, I wasn't a super active Sushichan user to begin with and I'm not familiar with every nook and cranny of the original site. I only have a recent siterip to go off of here while I'm rebuilding the place. Since I'm stuck at the helm, you'll all have to help me decide what's still missing, what features to implement, and how to keep this community running smooth.

Rebuild Suggestions/Comments thread go.
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I personally don't see a problem, but I can see what >>74 means.
How about, if possible, making them hidden by default, but make them toggle-able with a button, like the pic?


Maybe. I suppose I'll leave them visible for now until there's some kind of consensus? I have to write custom code to do this.

On another note, I'm concerned that obviously uncomfy threads like this one >>>/lounge/219 are starting to appear, and I'm not sure what I should be moving to /hell/ and what I should be deleting or banning, and what I should just leave alone.

Like, I want to say this user should know better, and a part of me in the back of my head even feels like this thread and ones like it are maybe an intentional attack on the userbase, since it's worded in such an inflammatory way that's practically guaranteed, even engineered to create negative drama and force my hand on moderation decisions. I may need to change or add some rules if this sort of thing keeps up? I'll watch it for a while and also see what people think. Discussion here >>77


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Please don't use subjective rules like "comfy" to choose whether to censor threads.

The best moderation is no moderation - just delete illegal content and spammers (these are objective criteria). Sushis are mature enough to cope with actual discussions and we don't need them derailed and trampled on.

Why is it so important that criteria for moderation be objective and not subjective? Because every single time it is subjective mods end up censoring people and representations of opinions they don't like or feel everyone else doesn't like - you end up with a normie atmosphere and pushing outsiders away.

But that is exactly the opposite of why people come to these sites. Don't ruin sushichan and don't make posters scared of the word "comfy" which is more and more being used to get threads closed and moved to /hell/.


Basically this.Just chill


My last post got too messy to work with after I tried to insert custom html so I deleted it.

There seem to be two popular opinions going on in the /yakuza/ discussions. One that threads shouldn't be moved from /lounge/ and that we should just fight uncomfy with comfy, and the other that all serious discussion should happen in /hell/ in the first place and lounge should just be random comfy stuff and light discussion.

I'm not sure it's really a good idea to say "anything goes, people can handle themselves" on /lounge/, because if it gets too uncomfy everyone will give up and leave. A constant flow of comfy users to drown out uncomfy users is far from guaranteed. No moderation at all will kill the site just as easily as over-moderation.

Also let's move the discussion about /lounge/ and comfiness to >>77 since the threads are completely overlapping at this point and I'm just repeating myself in both places.

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I have question: How come Sushi never had a dedicated board to discuss anime? I was going to ask a while ago, but never got to it for obvious reasons. Was there a reason itamae never made one on the original Sushi?


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There was one board he didn't make for lack of interested posters. I think it was the anime one, but I'm not sure.
If there were enough people asking him I think he would have done one.


There is already enough weaboo friendly chan. Sushichan emulate a Japanese bar atmosphere, not an otaku meeting.


We have the /kawaii/ corner for your average moe blob and for casual discussion of tv shows and stuff you can mount a thread in /lounge/.


Itamae said when vichan was updated that animu discussions can go on /lounge/, or /culture/ (don't quote me on that one tho) because "we all /jp/ here"


We used to have /otaku/ on /old/, but due to it's lack of activity a dedicated board was dropped when migrating to vichan.

Also this >>69

If you can drive up enough anime discussion on /lounge/, a dedicated board might get created. That was sort of attempted, but the discussion fell short and a new board was not made.

This board is definitely weeb friendly.

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Thanks, fixed.

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so whats the official story on what happened to sushichan and who runs this new place?
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can people volunteer to do sysadmin work for sushichan?


Is blatant misogyny and glorifying paedophilia still allowed or is sushi actually going to be cozy this time?





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I had to run a few tests but it's quite simple really: the website runs itself.

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