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109071 No. 109071 ID: 13f512
Tell me what features you want to see on a new, improved Opchan.

I already have a big ol' list, and the platforms we're considering already do some things, but I want to hear your wildest imageboard fantasies.

I'm not really going to be addressing whether or not they're feasible here, but I am reading everything.
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>> No. 110089 ID: 13f512

just email senseless or post about it here. That particular issue may not get fixed, usually there won't be a captcha, and even if there is the idea is people would get a block bypass
>> No. 110090 ID: bd9907
I would prefer that bug reports be placed in this thread, so that other posters can see and comment on them. Once posts are migrated, this thread will still exist on the new site, and discussion of bugs can continue.

I've discussed this bug with StephenLynx, the developer of LynxChan, and he is aware of it. With JavaScript enabled, file selection is handled in JavaScript, and this isn't submitted with the form, when the browser submits the form on an 'enter' event. I've added a front-end modification to the list I've developed to hopefully have the 'enter' event captured in JavaScript and handled properly.

Jedi, the block bypass isn't the panacea I thought it was. Block bypasses aren't tied to IP addresses, so some malicious person could obtain a block bypass and then copy the resulting cookie throughout a botnet, and the bots would be able to submit a combined hundred posts before needing a new one. It would be more effective with a lower post count restriction, but that might begin to become more onerous for Bat Guano or similar posters. That said, to StephenLynx's knowledge, there isn't a Directory Dumper program that works with LynxChan, so this may be a moot point.

In any case, I set the site up to always require answering a captcha to create a new thread.
>> No. 110213 ID: 4e024b
Hey guys! For the new site- is there going to be any countermeasures against, say, someone hacking mod or admin credentials and being able to see IP addresses? Maybe hashing the IPs by default? I think that would be a pretty useful and good feature 👍.
>> No. 110214 ID: bd9907
The LynxChan site has a setting so site staff below a given level only see hashed IPs. However, it can't be set so that no-one can see clear IPs. At least Root users, currently Jedi and I, will be able to see them. It currently is set so that anyone down to a Global Volunteer (moderator) can see them. Keep in mind that if someone compromises a Root user's account, they'll be able to change that setting.

The site also has a setting so poster IP information is stripped from posts after a given number of days. This is currently disabled.

LynxChan's poster ID feature, when turned on, is different from that used here. IDs for a given poster will change from thread to thread, so you can only tell which OPERATOR is which within the context of a single thread. The plan is to have an add-on written to again have site-wide poster IDs.

In general, settings have been selected to be similar to the setup of this site. However, none of that is set in stone, and we welcome feedback from members of the community on these issues.

Finally, the site is set up with SSL, though you have to enter https:// to go to the site securely. LynxChan does not have an option to redirect http requests to https, though that is another add-on we hope to have.
>> No. 110223 ID: f50974
>I could help if needed.
Email me.
>> No. 110233 ID: f50974
File selection by url requiring JavaScript to be enabled in the user's browser: fine or bad?

>> No. 110244 ID: 19518e
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Damn I wish I knew what that question meant.
>> No. 110246 ID: 13f512

Do you have any kind of script blocker running when you browse the internet? If not, javascript is probably not an issue for you... some people don't like sites using JS to do things and block them.
>> No. 110247 ID: 19518e
Thanks, I am not good with computer.
>> No. 110340 ID: 6bff1f
I propose having siteops/admins exclusively allowed access to plain IPs.
>> No. 110402 ID: 13f512

I don't see a reason why we couldn't set it up this way
>> No. 110404 ID: f50974
>> No. 110502 ID: f50974
Idea: Have a mode that users can select that removes all names and IDs from the site, but just for them.
People who want to know who people are and keep the community thing going can do so.
People who want the anon chan experience can opt into it and have the weird experience of posters clearly referring to each other like they know who they are, but you can't tell, besides using context clues.

Stupid? Not stupid?
>> No. 110526 ID: 19518e
I think 4chan or the addons for it have that option, I see no reason why it wouldn't be a nice addition to people that just want to view content and not care about users, something I'm fine with.
>> No. 110530 ID: ebb4ba
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>put on this blindfold, at least then you'll only have to smell the shit in front of you
>> No. 110542 ID: 7f85b3
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Possible way to attract users: Convince the leadership of a small country to restrict all internet traffic within their borders so that operatorchan.org is the only website they can access.

I know this sounds unfeasible, but bear with me:
Some people will get around it (around 10% in the first week, but around 30% by the end of the first month), but it's bound to drive up the traffic by a little bit. If the country has a population of 500K, and 300K use the internet, we get a long-term bump of 210K users.

How much are 210K users worth?
>> No. 110562 ID: cb64c3

I'm down with this. Pls start contacting dictators.
>> No. 110573 ID: fbfadf
>inb4 OPchan's unapologetic libertarianism inspires the masses and causes the overthrow of the Belarusian government.
>> No. 110757 ID: 9e276a
I have a suggestion if this is still the place to do it.

I'm thinking that having the ability to click on a post's (poster's) ID and be directed to a View All Posts By <ID> page would be attractive.

Personally I think it's advantageous because if you implement this feature people can then very quickly have a list of everything a poster has said - that hasn't already expired, naturally. This I can, in my opinion, be a very useful and popular feature.
>> No. 110765 ID: 073845

That would be a useful tool for the user, not sure if it's feasible to work in to the site itself but that'd be a great add-on
>> No. 110811 ID: c01760
We're planning on sticking with LynxChan's thread-wise poster IDs, now. You'll be able to tell one OPERATOR apart from another within the context of a single thread, but the same OPERATOR will be assigned different poster IDs in different threads. This will allow a greater degree of anonymity for people who want it than we currently have here while avoiding the confusion inherent in trying to have a conversation with multiple anons without any kind of ID system.
>> No. 111055 ID: cf0272
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But no seriously why the hell don't we have a public Random board?

The site has no traffic as it is and frankly the site just isn't goddamn funny.

Go ahead and ask me why; I'd love to give you my opinion on it.

But let's stick to nuts and bolts. You want traffic? Start a public random board where global rules apply. Forced anonymity and start off with two pages of thread keeping.

'Cause the site just isn't fucking lulzy.
>> No. 111059 ID: 13f512

that's kind of this board, but I see what you're getting at.
>> No. 111321 ID: b33ad0
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Bring /war/ back :(
>> No. 111324 ID: 18166a
Not sure how this can be encouraged but I would like to see more dumbshit gunsmithing or cobbling of shit together. You know? Like people building shit and doing a shitty job or good job. Also more demeaning threads about women or jews like for venting. Or perhaps a seasonal thread where people kill shit during hunting season. Hey a guy can dream cant he?
>> No. 111337 ID: 3e843b
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I'd maybe be down for some stupid shit. I could do a followup to those flare gun firing actual ammo pics I did, still not going to chance a 12 gauge though. Not even sure on a 20 gauge. .410 was like shooting an airsoft gun so I think maybe there wouldn't be enough pressure to cause a major malfunction numbnuts but still don't want to chance it.

Also been thinking about doing an uber cheapo AR build, like see how cheap my incompetent ass can make one while it still functioning somewhat.

Also also someone way back when I mentioned I owned stormtrooper armor wondered how hard it actually is to shoot in especially aiming in the helmet. If there is some interest I could probably do something there.
>> No. 111592 ID: cb9940
Not a /sug/ for the new site per se, but can we move the We Did It Folks thread over in /n/ to /arch/?
>> No. 111593 ID: a083c4

yep it's there now
>> No. 111622 ID: c60044
So I just now saw this, but...

/w/ is locked and unlisted, but it's still there if you want to peruse old threads.

The latest version of LynxChan supports locked boards, so we may elect to keep the old locked boards around on the new site.

As per the usual, any discussion you'd like to have there you could just as easily have here.
>> No. 111695 ID: 1dec8f
Do we have a mobile app yet?

This is lowkey fucking painful.

It's like texting but after a couple lines you go blind and retarded.
>> No. 111697 ID: a083c4

the new site should be a bit better for mobile use.
>> No. 111701 ID: c60044
Well, there are plans to have the front end adapt itself to viewing on phones.

There's also an Android app for viewing LynxChan sites on phones, which supposedly works right now.

Really ought to be a readme in there somewhere...
>> No. 111702 ID: 1dec8f
Sheer irony here.

My textbox unfucks itself if I hit enter twice.

So uh...

I guess I'm back my dude.
>> No. 111708 ID: cb5d31
Please avoid auto-redirecting to mobile site based on user agent or ip or other arsenuggetry. I suggest a link in the footer of every page somewhere, or right above where it says kusaba x 0.9.3 + serverload right now.

>> No. 111711 ID: 6797b5
The solution we want wouldn't require having a mobile site with a subdomain. Whether or not we can get it done is the big question, though.
>> No. 111971 ID: 8323be

So... How's that new site coming guys?
>> No. 111975 ID: a083c4

The sticking point is migrating the existing threads onto the new site. If we wanted to start over fresh, it would have been done months ago.
>> No. 112050 ID: 9dcda2
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I've started work on the CSS for the new site. Phone (and other small resolution browser) support is a priority.
>> No. 112059 ID: 836ea7
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>gubmnt trak us!
>hurr i fix css
Stop chasing off normal users or no one will see your css except tumblerite btards, moron. There is no government department pathetic enough to spy on you.

Never thought I'd say this but bring serv back, swissguy and the other faggots have run this website so far into the ground it would take an act of God to dig it up.
>> No. 112060 ID: c3b8cf
>bring serv back
how did you post this without getting a 500 error?

been gone from running this place for years

>and the other faggots have run this website so far into the ground it would take an act of God to dig it up
I don't disagree this place is dying and even the super sekrit board is pretty slow. I would like to see new features actually implemented and maybe its time to nuke /n/ completely.
>> No. 112061 ID: cd1182
>maybe its time to nuke /n/ completely.

well that's pretty much the only option since the staff refuses to do anything about the ruble battalion.
>> No. 112062 ID: b29730
>well that's pretty much the only option since the staff refuses to do anything about that one Russian guy who posts from time to time
>> No. 112154 ID: 913b8d
>"he only posts sometimes!"

And yet ever since Russia invaded Ukraine anything mildly critical of Russia on here has been met with a unceasing torrent of whining and off-topic "so what if Russia is funding the Taliban! you are lynching negroes!" distraction.
>> No. 112247 ID: cb5d31
Waiting for site migration.
>> No. 112262 ID: 95b638
If we're migrating, archive /n/ but maybe don't create a new one?

There isn't enough traffic for /n/ to be its own board and it's basically /t/ at this point anyways.
>> No. 112308 ID: 5ec9bd
So if we are doing something like an old OPchan museum, how will it be organized and how will it be accessible?

This was all started in the patch thread but I guess continuing this convo here would get threads back on their respective rails.
>> No. 112389 ID: 5d4aa3
Coming a little out of left field here, but any thoughts on following the trends and doing an Opchan Discord?
>> No. 112399 ID: 336324

there is one actually: https://discord.gg/VMZxDBQ
>> No. 112409 ID: 3d7a7d
more stuff about piss tubes
>> No. 112714 ID: 20d0a2
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