I just noticed that sage is hidden & not recorded anywhere in the DB. This means that it's not even possible to restore the field on posts submitted with that. This vexes me more than it should. I changed it so it is saved & displayed now. I've also reinstated it for the handful of posts where the poster was diligent enough to remember that sage goes in all fields.
>418662 When you have 240 posts making requests in a drawthread, and only 10 posts with art, then it can be tiresome to wade through all the reposts and find the new art. So the artist can link to the anchor post. Then you can just go through the pics linked to the anchor to see the new art only.
>418665 Yeah, except you need to wade through some GDPR checks every other access, then you need an account, and then you can't browse it except from the dashboard, and RSS is broken so you can't even get a feed of new content.
I mean that blog might be worth following, but that's hard to do if it's on tumblr.
So I recently discovered this site. First of all I appreciate that this place is fully functional without JS. I would like to know if the board software is available. I would love to use it in my site. How does this site control spam though?
>418457 I definitely think those are fair points, I just think in most cases JS should be a bonus enhancer rather then a requirement. On some sites that can't be done, but forums and imageboards rarely have a need to require JS just to load and post (captcha being the biggest exception I can think of)
Regardless of that, I want the new design to retain every function of the current one, there must be no regressions. And that means there's still some work left to be done.
>418411 >The rest of the world is resorting to shadow puppetry?
Not resorting, more like manipulated into. It's why Android is now the leading OS, Gmail locks you out if you don't add a phone number, and big sites like twitter and facebook require your phone number to sign up.
>418603 I find it funny that all sites have been encouraging posting personal info online for almost a decade now; and ONLY NOW with the cambridge analytica fiasco, did people realize "holy shit, our personal info is online for others to see!".
People need to realize that others can see what you post on the internet.
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?
Latest stupidity from /co/: drawthreads don't allow anchor posts (where artists can link deliveries, so it is possible to keep track of them easier). No explanation give, just janitors deleting every related discussion.