>417587 >Not much, just trying to deal with the fact that every community I've been part, or every media I consumed, has either dried up / disappeared or turned into something I dislike. Oh, I thought it was just me who specifically went around to communities and web comics that immediately go dormant/on hiautus soon after I arrive. Though, I guess that's because the alternative is often that they become so active I end up feeling crowded out of them.
>417594 Oh, I don't mean that, I mean that the places I visited for years all changed or closed or have no users anymore. Makes me wonder, where did everyone go? Do people really just use twitter and facebook and discord even for more niche subculture discussions? Is there another site out there which is like 4chan used to be in the mid 00s?
plus4chan will closeenter read-only mode 1/1/2018 is on double-secret probation
No excuses, no speeches, announcement only, final destination.
I have been approached by someone who is not only going to fix the code, but will also help me handle at least some of the day-to-day administration. This is pro bono so I don't have a date for when it will be complete, but at that time we will do a soft-relaunch with the updated software. Until that time, +4 will remain open unless/till we get a nastyspam, and then it will go read-only either for a short time or until improvements are complete.
For when read-only mode kicks in, here are some temporary refugee** locations set up by others:
Dentures that are actually mullosks with teeth-like shells that can live in your mouth. In particular, it wold actively keep itself achored, making dentures usable for pets and anyone generally not be able to do the work of keeping their dentures secured.
>417525 >We trained Norman on image captions from an infamous subreddit (the name is redacted due to its graphic content) that is dedicated to document and observe the disturbing reality of death. Probably /r/WatchPeopleDie. The admins were going to ban that one, but thankfully never did. I don't visit but it's important and educational, especially for sheltered people. >didn't test on images due to ethical concerns It's basically a feedback-aided random caption generator. Still fun though. Their Nightmare Generator is much better, although the faces at the top may be particularly scary for the sensitive. The place photos below just look really nice.
>417450 The current board system doesn't actually purge old threads due to a bug, so everything that was posted on this board. Including some threads which, for some reason, are not in the db but their static htmls still exist. Images included. In fact I think it has a lot of deleted images there too, based on the file count.
Moose said that he may have an archive of the old site. I don't know anything further than that.