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    13 KB Double Princesses on /h/ Anonymous ## Mod 10/29/06(Sun)17:14 No.358   [Reply]
    I guess this is something like a meme on /h/, but still, a number of people are posting fake or corrupt rapidshares claiming they're scans of this doujin. I'm inclined for these to be treated as trolls and subject to a ban request, but I'm curious about what others have to say about this.

    And on another subject, is this board supposed to be kept worksafe?
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/29/06(Sun)19:17 No.359
    Well, it's not blue - do you NEED to post something nsfw for your discussion? If you notice a fake or corrupt rapidshare, delete it. Memes seem to be grounds for deletion off of /b/ anyway, and if it's something as pointless like that, it sounds like it'd be better off not existing.

    There probably aren't that many people posting them, and they'll notice that their posts are getting deleted and either eventually stop or start posting them even faster out of spite - at which point you realize they're a moron, and request a ban.
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/29/06(Sun)22:25 No.360
    If they're fake rapidshares, delete it, or ask for a ban.
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/30/06(Mon)02:05 No.361
    >>Well, it's not blue - do you NEED to post something nsfw for your discussion?
    Well I was going to post the complete cover of the doujin in question, which is NSFW, in case people actually didn't know what I was talking about. But wasn't sure, so I cropped it.
    >> Anonymous ## Manager 10/31/06(Tue)13:27 No.366
    remember that these are imageboards, not discussion boards.
    >> Anonymous 10/31/06(Tue)15:15 No.369
    I've seen this do the rounds on other boards outwith 4chan. Supposedly it's the 'Holy Grail' of hentai, but only the cover itself seems to have been scanned. I actually asked for it myself a month or three back, which has probably inadvertantly sparked the current rounds. I haven't seen any myself yet, but I'd consider it trolling. I'd say any more than once or twice would warrant a ban request

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    158 KB Motivational Posters Anonymous 10/20/06(Fri)20:11 No.272   [Reply]
    Is there a policy on motivators in /a/? They're arguably on par with image macros, and at best, one step removed. The vast majority are pretty useless, and simply regurgitate memes or not-so-witty saying.

    Are these deletable?
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    >> Anonymous 10/20/06(Fri)21:15 No.276

    For reals. The instant one with a picture of a cock on a PS3 gets deleted a million more spring up with posts begging Godwin to be invoked.
    >> Anonymous 10/20/06(Fri)21:17 No.277
    If it's relevant, it's one thing, I hold it to the same standard as an image macro (if it's related to the topic at hand and not offensive, I let it stay). However, motivators are omnipresent in /a/ at times. After Alternative replied above, I deleted an ENTIRE THREAD consisting of nothing but motivators, all about motivators. Even the OP was a motivator.

    That's the type of thing I'm talking about, not the occasional funny motivator. So a sticky suggesting that motivators will be treated the same as image macros would hopefully deter these off-topic floods, and effectively make my job easier.
    >> Anonymous ## Manager 10/24/06(Tue)13:11 No.306
    I made a sticky. If its actually funny, you can leave it. otherwise, get rid of it
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/27/06(Fri)01:58 No.343
    I just posted this to /a/ and am crossposting it here:

    "Okay so I decided to post here to address some recent problems /a/ has apparently had. First of all, if you chose to grumble on the boards as opposed to emailing me; you're an idiot. I've said time and time again to email me if there are problems. Turning the board into a war zone will more likely get you banned than solve any problems.

    Anyway, on to the two points of contention: motivational posters and the anime-ecchi border.

    Honestly, I think motivational posters are usually pretty dumb. There *are* pleasant surprises though--I've laughed at a few. My stance on them in /a/ has always been that of "they're harmless, so leave them alone". Technically, they're macros, and thus are against the rules. If you didn't already realize this, go check them again! Still though, if they're contributed to a thread and don't act as a negative, I think they're fine to say. This being said, the images are fine so long as you guys don't start dedicating entire threads to their worship, turning /a/ into "/a/ - IMAGE MACRO APPRECIATION STATION".

    As for whether or not nudity can be posted. Nudity isn't worksafe and is thus, against the rules. My personal stance on it has been "if I don't see nipples or vagina, I don't really care". There are exceptions though. Blatant/overtly sexual images should not be posted. There IS an ecchi board for a reason. If you contribute a borderline/mild image of a character to a thread about a show, I think it should stay. Don't go make entire threads dedicated to the stuff though--again, there's an entire board for it!

    I hope this clarifies any recent misgivings about rule enforcement/policy. In closing, stop blaming the moderators and janitors for doing their jobs. You ARE technically in violation of the rules when it comes to this stuff. EMAIL ME if there are problems--turning the board into an opinionated bitch-fest will get you banned, as it should.


    >> Anonymous 10/28/06(Sat)03:35 No.348
    well said.

    p.s. hi

    /w/ in /wg/ Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)20:05 No.339   [Reply]
    This is obviously a point of contention on /wg/.
    Some threads are blatant ("POAST ALL NARUTO WALLS!!!!!!!!"), but others go just as smoothly as though they were on /w/, with no flames or anything... but they're anime and work-safe. Should I delete content in /wg/ that belongs in /w/?
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)23:36 No.342
    If the thread is young (just a few replies), remove it. Anime wallpapers should be kept in /w/ obviously since there is an *entire board* dedicated to them. Don't go off deleting heavily replied-to threads though.

    Anonymous ## Manager 10/24/06(Tue)16:48 No.307   [Reply]
    Hello, there is a website that floods /g/ right now. If you see floods on your boards, post it in here.
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    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/24/06(Tue)20:53 No.315
    Or you know, you could just, flag the board for review (which is how we actually learned of the problem to begin with)!
    >> Anonymous 10/25/06(Wed)18:07 No.324
    You're right about that, though, (Correct me if I'm wrong :)) most moderators are PST, which occassionally ends up with no moderator currently surveying the boards, so just flagging a board which is under attack could take a while to be solved, thus a chance for a massive flood.

    Just tell me if I'm wrong, I'm just giving you my point of view, and since I'm new I could very well be wrong.
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)15:51 No.338
    Almost all of the moderators are EST, not PST. How is going on IRC or /j/ going to solve the problem as opposed to flagging the board if nobody is around to begin with? I am confused.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)22:01 No.340
    Point taken.

    Usually highlighting mods on IRC that are at the PC gets a faster response (Assuming they don't just surf the web) than flagging.

    I suppose it's best to flag a board and highlight/notify a mod on IRC at the same time.

    By the way, just an insight, what about creating some sort of validation code for each reply made (just 2 digits or something). That pretty much would block any program from spamming replies. But ofcourse things like these don't happen often, and users will probably dislike validating their replies all the time. It could be considered an alternative method of prevention.
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)23:35 No.341
    Flagging and notifying by IRC is your best bet to grab the attention of a moderator.

    Capchas/"vericodes" suck. We just need to clean up floods when they happen, which isn't very often.

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    240 KB Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)05:52 No.326   [Reply]
    What's the line between /e/ and /a/?

    I've assumed that stuff like this, while acceptable in /e/, would also be acceptable in /a/. Yes, it's not something you'd want as your desktop on your work computer, but then again you probably wouldn't get fired for it like actual porn.
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    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)06:24 No.329
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    Whether rightfully so or not, /a/ seems to embrace "borderline worksafe" stuff.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)06:30 No.330
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    This was two posts below the post in >>329

    Even a cursory glance through /a/ will show several posts like this. The de facto rule that I (and to my knowledge, RyuKaiser) have been working by is "delete if it contains nipples, penis, or vagina," and use discretion for anything else.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)07:04 No.331
    Honestly id say everything but >>327 would be much more at home in /e/
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)11:35 No.334
    I have actually asked at several different times since I started where I should draw the line for "worksafe", and have gotten several different responses from different mods. So, when it comes to ecchi pictures that don't have explicit penis/vagina/nipples or aren't barely censored porn, I am most times left at a loss for what to do with the post.
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)15:42 No.336
    I'm going to make a post in /a/ later today (providing I remember) about this sort of thing since some of the mods caused a ruckus with the whole "no motivational poster/ecchi" stuff.

    I've basically maintained that as long as I don't see nipples or vagina, I really don't care. Overtly sexual images shouldn't be posted though. If the images are exposing but harmless in nature they should probably be left alone. It basically worked that way without incident for a while before people decided to try to clarify the rule.

    Anonymous ## Mod 10/25/06(Wed)03:27 No.316   [Reply]
    Recently people have been posting images of 16ish girls in ridiculously short volleyball shorts in /sp/.

    I've been removing the images because it's basically Jailbait, but I wanted to know if I should just go ahead and request a ban right off the bat if it happens again?
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/25/06(Wed)03:37 No.317

    delete, and yes, escalate if they keep on posting it.
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/25/06(Wed)04:06 No.318
    Will do. It's the second time, so I'll go on a 3 strikes rule from here on out.
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/25/06(Wed)16:15 No.323
    So, we should escalate on this type of material instead of ban requesting, even though with escalation the material remains on the board?
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)15:40 No.335
    He's wrong. Ban request and delete.

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    67 KB Overt Propaganda 'Sources' Anonymous 10/24/06(Tue)20:39 No.314   [Reply]
    What should the policy in /n/ be about sites such as Newsmax, TruthOut, and InformationClearingHouse? Sometimes these sites appear and largely cause flamewars. Should there be a rule against them when rules are drafted, and in the meantime, what should policy be?

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    45 KB Animals and /c/ Anonymous ## Janitor 10/22/06(Sun)14:38 No.288   [Reply]
    It has sort of been an unwritten rule that cute pictures of animals are not posted in /c/, but rather in /cm/. However, I have never heard an official opinion on this. Should I delete images of dogs, cats, and prinnies (most of which are male anyway) from /c/? If this is the case, can there be a rule update or a sticky that makes this known?
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    >> Anonymous 10/22/06(Sun)17:44 No.291
    What about the demi-humans here >>>/cm/160421.html

    I asked on IRC last night and MrVacBob said he supposed it was fine, but they don't even look half human. Also someone posted Yoshi in a Bridget costume in another thread. So I delete these after all?
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/22/06(Sun)17:47 No.292
    Why can't anime animals be posted in /a/?
    >> Anonymous ## Janitor 10/22/06(Sun)18:43 No.294
    I like this idea.
    >> Anonymous ## Manager 10/24/06(Tue)13:10 No.305
    Anime animals: I dont see why not
    furries: VERY NO
    photographs: NO.
    >> Anonymous ## Janitor 10/24/06(Tue)17:36 No.311
    >Anime animals: I dont see why not

    But some issues arise. /c/ is supossed to be a place for cute anime girls. That is why /cm/ was made, to separate the two genders. If animals are allowed on /c/, am I supossed to delete the male ones but keep the female ones? The majority of visitors don't want any illustrations of animals in /c/. I think that people should post pictures of Chiyo's dog and the like in /a/, since it is a more general anime board.

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    72 KB Anonymous 10/22/06(Sun)01:09 No.282   [Reply]
    I've been having a difficult time on /s/ deciding sometimes what should be deleted. I know people like a lot of different types of females and I definitely keep this in mind.

    Considering it's pretty much a board where people go to admire and fap, should I keep the majority happy by keeping material off that displeases a lot of people? Or should I just leave them free to sage on their own?

    Stuff like fake tits and musclebuilder females really bothers me sometimes, but feedback within those threads is sometimes good and I decide to leave them.

    I'm wondering if this is what the other /s/ janitor(s) do(es).

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    >> Anonymous ## Janitor 10/22/06(Sun)12:28 No.286
    Yup still seems to be down. Glad I got that pantyhose torren before we got flooded or whatever >_>
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/22/06(Sun)23:01 No.296
    I would think that most threads in /s/ should remain unless there is a man in the picture and nothing else, or if the woman posted is far beyond any normal person's consideration of sexy (ie fat chicks/grannies). But that's just me, and you don't see me as janitor of /s/. >>
    >> Anonymous 10/23/06(Mon)09:32 No.297
    Fellow /s/comrade,

    i also have a hard time deciding which general agenda to follow for /s/

    here my thoughts:
    i believe i have a broad acceptance level: i would delete these pictures if the board was only for my own pleasure but since that isnt so i "tolerate" images if i have the impression there a few guys enjoying that thread.

    but i instantly delete pictures which i consider gross even if people seem to enjoy that.

    generally i would like to have /s not to be a fap board. there is too much porn on this board which i would like to reduce more and more. but that is some sort of "long time vision"
    >> Anonymous 10/23/06(Mon)09:35 No.298
    btw. do you (and i should i continue to) report "misa campo/leah dizon" catchphrases as ban-requests?
    >> Anonymous 10/23/06(Mon)21:33 No.303
    no, i usually just delete those replies. it's a meme and whatever, it won't last forever.

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    74 KB Character threads and /m/ Anonymous 10/22/06(Sun)19:58 No.295   [Reply]
    Due to recent bitchfests on /m/ I figure this needs asking: Are threads that basically consist people fapping to $random_female_pilot (or $random_trap_pilot) allowed on /m/?
    >> Anonymous 10/23/06(Mon)09:58 No.299
    I too notice random female pilots showing on /m/ more frequently, I tend to leave them alone because most are generally innocent and people ask stuff about the character.

    To be honest, I'd rather not see female pilots on /m/, I'd go to /a/ and ask people for female pilots if I'd want, I suppose we'll have to wait till the new rules are implented and see what goes from there.

    /m/ is however a "sfw" imageboard, so anything too much revealing is just a request for a deletion.

    You can also take it strict and don't allow anything else than what /m/ is made for, namely mechs, no things like "Please post more images about Fllay"

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