Back to work. Can't wait to get this finished. New postform will be more practical. The drop down list Looks ugly, and I'll rely on someone with CSS artistic skills to help me with the layout later on.
>>25534 >rely on someone with CSS artistic skills I really want to help, but I'll be resetting my wings for the months to come, and I don't even have time for that as it is. Maybe there are legit CSS artists out there on the internet, that can be hired or asked. Maybe you can copy parts off some nice looking site.
>>25535 The current CSS we have was made by one of us, so hopefully someone will help again.
>>25536 Maybe if you outline what you want and you think needs improvement, you can lessen the headscratching. This text window resizing would be a start.
Remember when we had 3000 users online?
>>25538 Don't cry, Gadmin. We'll reach 3 users one day.
>>25537 >This text window resizing would be a start. That and many things need improvement. I've just been tied up rewriting internal code for so long. I'm happy it is almost over and we can all move forward.
Dont perfect it, leave it to look like shit for the lulz m8
>>25544 Why not shit outside the toilet? ...for the lulz? Your parents will be like "OMG! Who does that?!" and you'll be like "top kek!" with shades on. They'll never expect it.
>>25545 We dont have indoor plumbing. We just poop in the street here in India.
Another one bites the dust.. Which chan will be next? >http://www.endchan.xyz RIP in peace
The irony tho..
Then moron posts this on endchan
>>25549 Mosque shootings are so pleb beta cuck tier..
>>25547 It looks like they came back online.. >https://endchan.org Dunno if this was a working b4 .xyz went down..
I mentioned zeronet 08 chan last global thread, didn't realize it was a public ip logger lol https://www.thedailybeast.com/8chan-users-migrating-to-zeronet-are-accidentally-revealing-their-locations
>>25552 I TOLD you, you dumbass. You should TRUST random strangers on the internet when they tell you to not trust random strangers on the internet.
>>25553 average poster here, there is literally nothing wrong with trusting websites you visit. They wouldn't put something harmful online. Pic related it's me
>>25552 >Zerochan has a CP board. >Article: "it’s how police and FBI agents arrest pedophiles trading child porn online" I'm sure it's nothing to worry about. No need to backup your shit and bury it in your backyard or anything. :P
>>25555 >backyard The right place to put is on your roof
>https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1042426 Could of been you Gaddy..
>>25557 The easy solution is to not let a nazi mod the /pol/ board, pretty much. ...or mod anything. Nazis make horrible mods who will ban you for insane reasons. It's literally their ideology. ...while I, on the other hand, would probably just ban people for being humans, and posting words, I dunno. I like dead things. Dead, white sterile, things. My sink is spotless right now. I want to make love to it.
I had no idea that the FBI wasn't already doing this, but apparently "it's happening": "The FBI is planning to aggressively harvest information from Facebook and Twitter. Citing the The Wall Street Journal, ZDNet reports that the FBI "has recently sought proposals from third-party vendors for technological solutions able to harvest publicly-available information in bulk from Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets." From the report: The law enforcement agency says the data collected will be used "to proactively identify and reactively monitor threats to the United States and its interests." Law enforcement has requested the means to "obtain the full social media profile of persons-of-interest and their affiliation to any organization or groups," to keep track of users based on their neighborhood, and keyword searches, among other tool functions. Vendors have until August 27 to submit their proposals. While the FBI believes that such tools can work in harmony with privacy safeguards and civil liberties, the mass collection of names, photos, and IDs -- when combined with information from other sources -- may do just the opposite. " Source: https://yro.slashdot.org/story/19/08/13/2315211/fbi-seeks-to-monitor-facebook-oversee-mass-social-media-data-collection
>>25559 Here is a much, much simpler idea: We have the habit of going to the dentist once a year. We have the habit of doing a check-up once a year once we reach an age illness is likely. Just have a habit of sending kids to a psychologist for evaluation once, to assess if everything seems fine mentally, if the person is capable of normal levels of empathy or not. Send teenagers for evaluation too, once a year or once every few years. We prevent physical illnesses by having the habit of sending people to doctors, so spot mental illness behavior by doing the same, not monitoring twitter and facebook accounts >some kids don't brush their teeth, so let´s scan all of facebook and twitter for keywords such as "omg i hate brushing teeth", instead of letting a dentist know if a person is in danger of harming their teeth or not With all of these mass shootings in the past years, I'm yet to see ONE person suggesting the most obvious solution: get teenagers to a psychologist at least once in their lifetime so it can be verified whether they have normal empathy levels or not, whether they are at risk of violence or not, and to get those that need help some help
>>25560 There's not even a need for evaluation. Just do a brain scan. Notice the absence of brain activity in the frontal lobe? That's where empathy is. That's how you spot a psychopath. That's something that they can't fake in interviews. Once spotted, put them in worker camps, because that's literally all they're good for. Make sure that they don't run away, and don't even give them internet to communicate with, because even that will be abused. Trump is right now using mental health as a campaign point. Don't listen to him. Instead ask him where the wall went. He's a psychopath pushing to incarcerate psychopaths, and it's all just lip service. I wish it wasn't. I wish his lips were attached to his brain, and not to some gallup paper.