>417986 If I attempt to save the images to my device, it just gets stuck in a perpetual loop trying too connect to the site and never begins to save. This isn't the only site I've encountered the glitch on, but it isn't universal either.
My last one was something that could make a decent fanfiction. It was a mashup of Prometheus, Avengers, and Pacific Rim. Basically, it is the future, and anti-gravity vehicles are the norm. The dream starts somewhere far away, where an Architect was revived from deep sleep. He vows to destroy mankind, his creation, because we are not perfect. He says all that telepathically, due to his vocal chords being cut. He calls his fellow architects, and they get together a fleet of spaceships to fly to Earth and destroy it. I am one of the few humans who learn of this first (forgot how), and I learn hat while at a picnic with a larger group of people, in a forest. After seeing the ships approach and leveling the forest, I grab the nearest speeder bike (junk, but operational and defies gravity!) and ride to my home. After I get there, I tell everyone the news (they are my friends in the dream, despite being complete strangers now that I look back). So, from the windows of the apartment, we see the Architect ships (different than the ones from Prometheus) slowly destroy the city. The human race then decides to quickly go through with a defense program. To fight monsters, we will create monsters. Very quickly. But instead of giants robots, we use magical bullshit science to make superheroes out of people. Those superheroes would make a defense team strong enough to defeat all the asshole creator aliens. The plan is successful, and my dream ends with the first batch of superheroes testing their new powers before going to fight the Architects. I also remember there being one lizard girl testing her freeze powers and looking happy after seeing they worked.
Anything you seen in your sleep worthy of talking about?
I was walking the roads near an old house I use to live at. It's a dusty and rocky road that is stupidly steep. And a friend that I stopped hanging with years ago is walking with me and he is in a legit Guts cosplay, but has a dinky katana instead of that massive sword. We pass by a neighbor's house and he pops out with a bunch of pets. We decide to just lay on the road and pet the adorable animals instead of walking any futher. Also, the neighbor looked a lot like Caddicarus.
I had a dream last night that I was on a stage and HAD to sing a song or else, so I picked one and sang as best I could. I knew I was dreaming because I was like "I'll look it up on Youtube when I wake up," but when I did I couldn't remember what song it was. It's been bugging me all day.
>417956 >What would plus4chan need to make it convenient enough Now that the site works, has a catalog, RSS, no CAPTCHA or Tor blocking, etc, I don't think convenience is a real issue at all (except for the fact that we are another separate website to visit, that can't be fixed). We just don't have many attractive features and we don't advertise much. If /co/ moderation is still as shit as it always was, it may be our best hope at getting traffic. This site is far more lenient than 4chan's /co/ and /aco/. >Should we have a "make-your-own-board" feature like 8chan? haha woah, I don't think that is a a good idea:
>417957 1) the fact that other sites allow for it but we can't, is something that could be seen as a lack of features on our part. Also, people like to own stuff. They want their own tumblr/twitter blog, their own facebook page, their own discord chat, their own Instagram gallery, their own imageboard, etc. 8chan has so many small boards which are there only because one or two guys use it to post their own content.
2) this is a legit argument: we just don't have the user base for this. And it's my problem with 8chan too, some themes are split along a dozen boards and all with minimal to no traffic.
3) Not that difficult actually, but there are more important missing features to prioritize on right now.
>417774 >Besides, isn't the whole point of using an invite-based system to let people vet each other before giving them an invite? Besides, it's not like spammers have a whole range of tools being made for them to circumvent automated checks. Why else do you think we don't bother with CAPTCHA here? $0.50 USD for 1000 human-performed CAPTCHA solves last time I checked.
>417828 I think most people just forgot about this site. The site being semi-broken for a few years probably didn't help, and neither does the fact that most people browse from mobiles (we don't have a mobile layout yet).