>>417621 I posted a couple of places but not many. We should try again, because last time we put word out the site was extremely buggy. The recent fixes are great. >>417624 Put it in appropriate places at appropriate times. This is a bit harder now that 4chan /aco/ and /trash/ exist, but is still useful for a few threads. Maybe in threads that get over-modded on /co/? I don't visit any more but I know there will be some.
One thing to keep in mind with getting people around, is that our board software is still ancient by modern standards. Like, people won't even check the site since it looks like ass on phones. There's no thread watcher nor ajax updater. A lot of this can be excused with the fact that we don't have that many posters for them to be needed, but people today expect content to be delivered to them as instant notifications on the phone, not sit in a thread pressing F5. I put in the RSS feeds for that reason - it's a workaround for notifications, sort of.
And people want a traditional imageboard layout too, not the current centered one. I'm trying to make one that is a combination of both, but it's taking a while since I'm not a designer.
>>417752 After my account being deleted without explanation (I don't even know if it was joining too many servers and forgetting to check one that got up to bad stuff while I wasn't looking, or just my cat somehow pressing keys in a way that navigated to the account deletion page.) I wasn't sure if I should bother joining again, and this seems like reason enough not to bother. Refusing to give my phone nubmer to social media is why I'm not using Twitter either! Besides, isn't the whole point of using an invite-based system to let people vet each other before giving them an invite?
>>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.