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Anonymous 01/09/2021 (Sat) 13:00:03 No. 9182 [Reply]
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>>9199 post proofs or it didn't happen
>>9208 There are records of me banning people and doing jannie stuff from before the split.
>>9209 Unironically do a flip from the grand canyon. Your actions are that of a wrecker because people don't want your fed site.
>>9209 jannies posting their L's online

Create /mu/ Comrade 12/14/2020 (Mon) 03:33:13 No. 9138 [Reply]
Hear my argument based on the following key points: >4chan's /mu/ has turned into a /pol/ colony at this point Most threads are thinly veiled fascist shit (and by now not even veiled at all in some cases), and the mods do absolutely nothing if you report them as breaking the rule of "no racism outside of /b/" anymore. This is especially bad with the metal threads, it's common for them to be "eradicate mud peoples edition" or some shit like that and they circlejerk about NSBM. They have a /wpop/ general now, too, which is often a thinly veiled white supremacist circlejerk. Not always in either case, but the "mood" on the whole board has shifted to one where anything out of the /pol/ line is not welcome. If you try to discuss music made by leftists or even milquetoast liberals, the thread will be shat up by /pol/tards and derailed. It's reaching a point where soon only music made by certified fascists is welcome. The last bastion of non-/pol/ on the board are self-promotion threads, but even though most of the musicians who post there are not /pol/ tier, most of the lurkers even in those threads are so you'll get fascist fans if you post in them. I'm not sure how many non-/pol/ non-musicians are left on /mu/ or where those who've left it have migrated, but if there was an alternative /mu/ that was certifiably non-/pol/ forever, that would obviously be good for those who've become disillusioned with the growing /pol/lution of 4chan's /mu/ and could even serve as a de/pol/linator for some who'd find it just as another music board. It could even show a good impression of leftism to those who, when they hear "leftism", think of centrist liberals and/or turbotankies, since if they liked the music discussed (or especially music made by the board's users) they could well have a personal "huh, so this is what leftism is about?" revelation when reading the discussions... anywhere else the board might be taken over by centrist liberals and/or turbotankies, but I highly doubt that could happen on this site, which is another reason why it'd be a good idea. It'd also be good for leftist musicians since we'd have a low-threshold community where we could make connections, collab, share our music, etc. regardless of genre. A lot of current leftist music communities focus on punk, metal, etc. and can be pretty insular, which is fine but it means they can't serve as viable alternatives to 4chan's /mu/. Since this site already has a leftist userbase, if we had /mu/, it would be the perfect alternative to 4chan's /mu/ for those who're sick of that whole site's /pol/lution. >/hobby/ isn't bad, but the non-/pol/ users of 4chan are less likely to find it than a dedicated /mu/ board What I mean is, /hobby/ is good as a catch-all board, especially when it comes to the discussion of politics in entertainment and so on, but a separate /mu/ would be better for and more likely to attract those disillusioned with 4chan but still want to discuss music on an imageboard. This could even, to repeat myself a little, bring some of them into leftism rather than give in to the constant barrage of /pol/ shit they're subjected to on 4chan's /mu/. So, while /hobby/ has music threads, it's invariably "scattered" in a way; this wouldn't happen if we had a /mu/ board. Also, if our /mu/ would be for discussion of any and all music, even music made by non-leftists, it could be used to discuss the political views of said artists in a way that's inherently less shitty than what's possible on 4chan's /mu/ for obvious reasons. We could have dedicated threads for the discussion of the political views of non-leftist artists and what's wrong with them, similar to what's on the RABM subreddit, but not only about metal and in a way that isn't in a Q&A-type format. It is possible on /hobby/, but it has to be either too general or too focused, unlike if we had a /mu/ board. >there can never be too many leftist music communities Pretty obvious if you ask me, the reality is that most music communities are not leftist. Most music communities either ban the discussion of politics and users will have to guess each other's political views and it creates tension, or ban more and more political ideologies/subjects and grow insular as time goes on, or they remain free-for-all and flamewars ensue. There are so few leftist music communities that any new ones would be a significant ray of hope, and one that doesn't regularly descend into infighting over ideology would be a true blessing. I mean, this site has less infighting than any other leftist site I know in spite of the fact that many of us disagree on even the most basic issues, so if we had a music board, it could have the potential to be the perfect leftist music community on the internet.

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>>9157 Sounds like /mu/ is a go then
>>9157 I'd also try to get at least some of my musician friends to post there if it was made. It'd be kinda funny if it just turned into a circlejerk for musicians, but I don't think it would. Your stuff sounds pretty comfy.
Hello, I am not opposed to this idea per se but I worry there would not be enough traffic for this board to take off. Do you really think it would garner an audience?
>>9160 The music threads on /hobby/ seem relatively popular
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Anonymous 11/21/2020 (Sat) 23:18:44 No. 8768 [Reply]
Does every thread get archived at archive.org before it gets deleted? <Vid unrelated
It seems at least a few threads are being archived quite often on archive.is
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For some reason, the vast majority (but not all) of h8chan threads on most boards were regularly archived by Wayback, but almost none here except catalogs. I guess this means there's something that can be done to point Wayback's crawler toward Bunkerchan?

what happened Comrade 01/09/2021 (Sat) 04:46:12 No. 9579 [Reply]
yeah what
>>9579 autism from the old mods
>>9175 your last backup was before the split?! lmao

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Comrade 12/05/2020 (Sat) 00:39:22 No. 9031 [Reply]
bunkerchan.onion when?
>>9131 Why help the feds?

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/hobby/ Mod feedback thread. Comrade Board volunteer 10/23/2019 (Wed) 16:57:58 No. 5534 [Reply] [Last]
/hobby/ Mod feedback thread Hello everyone, and welcome to /hobby/! This topic will serve as an introduction as well as the mod feedback area. I know that some people were not on board with our decision to merge the boards, but please give it a chance and hopefully you will find it to be as comfy as where you used to hang out, but with more population. In addition, Comrade King has kindly volunteered to migrate over all the topics that have had activity in the last few weeks so you can continue your conversations. However, I want to stress that this board should be treated as a clean slate and you should make use of the freedom that it allows. In this space feel free to make topics about any kind of hobby, entertainment, passtime, interest or vocation. These topics don't have to be related to leftism, though of course you should feel free to do so if you would like. Overall, this board is intended to give refugees of 8chan somewhere to post about their favourite interests without having to go into whatever new skinhead-infested DoD honeypot is created to replace it. An example of the kind of topic that might be encouraged is to start a topic discussing your favourite workout routines or recipes, or discussing an interesting movie that has recently been released. We would encourage people to put effort into their OPs however, as one line shitposts might be more comfortable on /GET/. As we have merged other boards in order to create /hobby/, we would like to remind all users that it is possible for more boards to be created in future out of /hobby/ if they demonstrate a good user count/post volume such that they would be able to support a board on their own. Overall, the moderation standards here are similar to the ones on /leftypol/, and I have included their manifesto for reference, with the exception that posts do not have to have a political slant or basis. I hope you will all enjoy this board together and that we can have some good conversations.
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>>5630 Original Poster here, making this in light of the changes these past months I want to edit these rules a bit: 0. Follow general site rules https://bunkerchan.xyz/.static/pages/globalRules.html 1. Don't disrupt the board with repeated spam, bad faith derails, drama, bait, etc. - 1a. Don't go out of your way to be antagonistic or hateful. Rants and rage-posts are one thing, bad faith shitposts are another. Do not engage such posts, Hide and Ignore. - 1b. Try to cultivate discussion in threads and don't just dump images or shitpost, the site has >>>/GET/ and/or >>>/b/ for that. 2. If you have a singular, specific request/subject you should look for a suitable General thread unless a topic is popular. Don't be selfish; use catalog or scroll-search. 3. Spoiler NSFW images - tasteful nudity may be permitted (such as a drawing model) 4. Advertising your personal chatroom, site, server, board, etc. is allowed, but may be deleted if it is considered to be spam. Fed-tracking servers like Discord are discouraged. Use something like Telegram instead. 5. Do a reverse image search before you request for the source to an image. 6. Sage is not a Downvote button, we're not Reddit, Hide and Ignore threads you dislike/are not interested in. 7. Use archive.is to save images and threads Guidelines: >>>/gulag/5621
>>5621 Vanwa.net DDOS "protection" is now blocking all archive systems under the pretext of defending from DDoS. Anyone have solutions?
not moderation related question but I do not want to start meta thread so I'm asking here. is >>>/games/ just >>>/v/ or >>>/v/ + >>>/tg/? I was thinking about starting board game thread and attempt quest thread if anyone wants to play dark heresy and would prefer to use >>>/hobby/ as it seems slower. what do you think?
>>9145 oh nvm I realized board game threads were buried deep in later pages
>>9145 Basically /games/ = /v/ + /tg/ + /toy/

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Shaytan 12/08/2020 (Tue) 19:42:22 No. 9070 [Reply]
Add (You)s but only in your own posts and not on replies. The falseflagging is ridiculous, but we shouldn't encourage (You)farming. Pic related is something we should inhibit.
You could ask directly Stephen Lynx for the feature as we are currently short on programming hands : https://smelle.xyz/lynx/
Return to the shitty name-oriented forums you came from if you can't handle real anonymity.
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>>9081 Get rid of Lynxchan instead

Can you add a hide button outside the threads? Comrade 12/08/2020 (Tue) 10:37:05 No. 9067 [Reply]
I don't like it when I'm using the catalogue and I see a thread I don't like I have to open it and then click on "hide thread".
You could ask directly Stephen Lynx for the feature as we are currently short on programming hands : https://smelle.xyz/lynx/

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Posts wont load on Nokia Lumia (internet explorer) Comrade 12/05/2020 (Sat) 09:49:40 No. 9041 [Reply]
It was fine until week or 2 weeks ago - i have no problems with browsing on my phone, but now its very limited. Problem is: when i open new threads, after page load none of the posts in thread will render, all i will see is thread without posts, empty thread pretty much. Only way for me to see posts is to cancel page load almost immedietaly, but then javascript functionalities dont work - i cant reply to posts, because clicking on post number wont write it into post inputfield. I cant jump to post by clicking postid too, and "Go to bottom page" button does not work too. I can create new posts (without images), probably because its serverside POST function and does not depends on Javascript my browser does not support. Have you changed something in past few weeks? If so please think about poor comrades >inb4 phoneposter I have nonconfortable chair so in breaks after studying/work i like to lay onto bed and relax by reading leftypol
>>9041 did you trie using firefox?

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End the PMC to People of college word filter Comrade 12/04/2020 (Fri) 09:07:33 No. 9013 [Reply]
It is interrupting URLs, fucking over stupidpol is funny but it's not worth the hassle.
You know for any of those pubmed links you can replace them with DOI links, which I are better etiquette for academic articles anyway.
Done finally, sorry, it slipped through the cracks. Anchored.


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