>>418992 Because stardom makes their lives hell. They can't do as much as go down to the groceries without people flocking over them. Cults are a place where that doesn't matter, and it gives them a sense of belonging too, so when the join they feel a level of appretiation they do not feel elsewhere.
It is one place where they can go to and meet people without stardom being a problem.
That, or they are just scammers who know that people go to cults for that reason, and they try to take advantage of that.
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.
>>418054 As much as I am happy about tumblr tanking, what alternative is there for NSFW art? - deviantart only allows nudity, not porno - pixiv requires censoring (for at least the title pic), they have no RSS feeds - twitter compresses the shit out of all image files, uses random unidentifiable filenames, and most people flood it with reposts - it's not a gallery/blog, is what I'm saying. - newsgrounds allows porno but not loli. no RSS
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>>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).