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 No.161[View All]

Lainchan and Arisuchan are full of idiots now, and 4/g/ is out of the question. But this imageboard could use some activity, any ideas?
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 No.555

>>538
kek, trannies on suicide watch

 No.559

>>538
pretty sure that in a fourth reich you'll be the first to go

 No.589

>>559
bro dont quote lyrics like that thats cringe bro i appreciate the intent but thats cringe bro

 No.603

>>559
don't do that you makes us look like huge fags

 No.608

>>547
cringe & bluepilled

 No.647

>I see Wirechan doesn't have as much of an issue with bad posts, because the posts are overall lesser quality >>538
>I attack irrelevancy in my boards >>538
https://lainchan.org/%CE%BB/res/22485.html#25569
>2021-04-21 21:36:49 No.25569
>Proposition: measure pedophilia in stallmans (sm).
>Minsky = 2 sms, Epstein = 3 sms

 No.725

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> search some random topic on DuckDuckGo
> second result is from the Arisuchan archives
I miss it like you wouldn't believe

 No.727

>>725
me 2 =-|

 No.731

>>725
I didn't catch that the archive was put up until now. It filled a certain niche that I don't think anything else has replaced.

 No.792

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Is the Arisuchan archive gone for good? I can't access it anymore.

 No.793

>>792
>Server not found
shit. i'm sure someone must have a copy.
could ask around over at lainchan…

 No.794

lain chan pozzed since 2015

 No.799

>>538
Come now. I insult you and show off my website to such little fanfare. How boring.

 No.816

>>793
I think the guy that had the domain needs to pay for it. I hope he does…

 No.820

>>792
>>793
Mirrored the archive around april 2021, some links still point to the archive isntead of local files but I'm too lazy and illiterate to fix it. Hope someone finds it useful. https://anonfiles.com/raM1U4dfxb/arisuchan_7z

 No.821

File: 1640883061828.mp4 (858.29 KB, 1280x720, I am very happy!!!.mp4)

>>820
Awesome, thanks!

 No.823

>>161
How do you qualify whether or not someone is an idiot?

 No.824

>>823
by the idiotic questions they ask

 No.825

>>824
Usually when there's a fear of asking stupid questions, it's incites posturing and sickness.
Some questions can be adequately searched, certainly.
Yet if you follow this rule explicitly, then you'll find dead discussions and, frankly, I mean, why even bother discussing?
Maybe a better marker would be the level of earnestness they have.
Someone who is earnest wouldn't continue to ask the same questions, forget things, show no original thought, etc

The intrinsic nebulous nature of language, I think, /requires/ someone to ask a 'dumb' question to get back to reality.
Otherwise you eventually start talking past each other.
Or talk about a whole lot of nothing while trying to sound as though you've everything in the bag. I don't know.
Maybe we're all at the point where it's pointless anyway.

I've dealt with my fair share of disinterested people just looking for a quick solution many times in my life.
It can be frustrating, you can dismiss them as idiots if you like - or maybe they're the smart ones, because they're more attentive toward reality than those buried deep in config files and wirespace nonsense.

Nevertheless there's something deeply saddening about dismissively sending someone off to "google it" ad infinitum.
What a proper way to dissolve any sort of connection, or remove any serendipitous insights

No question is idiotic, but repeated questions are.

 No.827

>>820
Some pages had .php ending for some reason. My wget didn't capture them too, but all of them, as well as scripts could be downloaded from wayback caption and re-added manually via find-and-replace command in most text editors.

 No.859

>>825
Usually when there's a fear of asking stupid questions, it's incites posturing and sickness.

>Only if you want to be cool in the eyes of others not if you geuinely want to learn.


>Some questions can be adequately searched, certainly.

Yet if you follow this rule explicitly, then you'll find dead discussions and, frankly, I mean, why even bother discussing?

No idea what youre talking about people on the same level ask questions on the same level, its only idiotic if its common knowlegde for a certain group, going to stephen hawking and asking how to divide its idiotic and brings the whole room down thats not what the group its for, if you dont know keep quiet and learn by yourself(lurk) or go to the appropriate place or person (a math teacher)

Things are only idiotic relative to the level of knowledge of the group.

>Maybe a better marker would be the level of earnestness they have.

Someone who is earnest wouldn't continue to ask the same questions, forget things, show no original thought, etc

That has only a vampiric drain knowledge effect, one person gains knowledge the other person loses time. In a discussion both parties gain something if not then its idiotic.

>The intrinsic nebulous nature of language, I think, /requires/ someone to ask a 'dumb' question to get back to reality.


If the person its outta of touch with reality then yes, but that is a personal problem.

>Otherwise you eventually start talking past each other.

Not if they are well adjusted individuals who care about the topic more than low self esteem posturing.

>Or talk about a whole lot of nothing while trying to sound as though you've everything in the bag. I don't know.


Why are you assuming that everybody its like that? the point of places like this its exactly to discuss tard things with other tards, why would we entertain people who act like that? They're idiots.

>Maybe we're all at the point where it's pointless anyway.


cope and gay

up the street not across the road

>I've dealt with my fair share of disinterested people just looking for a quick solution many times in my life.

It can be frustrating, you can dismiss them as idiots if you like - or maybe they're the smart ones, because they're more attentive toward reality than those buried deep in config files and wirespace nonsense.

That is half correct as in go outside nerd all that stuff nonsense and not real
That is half inccoret as in nonsense its fun and
the un-real is the basis for making things reality.

otherwise "nothing really matters" and you might wanna just kill at random and get laughed at in memes after.


>Nevertheless there's something deeply saddening about dismissively sending someone off to "google it" ad infinitum

.
nobody said that

>What a proper way to dissolve any sort of connection, or remove any serendipitous insights


Anonymous board get a forum for connection and "frens" better yet, go outside nerd.

>No question is idiotic, but repeated questions are.


Repeated questioning about the unknow are not idiotic the opposite actually.

One question about 1+1 = 2 at 27 and youre pushing it.

 No.860

>>859
At first I was put off by your use of lowly jabs, but overall I enjoyed the contents.
In particular:
>That has only a vampiric drain knowledge effect, one person gains knowledge the other person loses time.
>In a discussion both parties gain something if not then its idiotic.
>the point of places like this its exactly to discuss tard things with other tards

Consider next time removing
>go outside nerd
>cope and gay
>up the street not across the road

It doesn't do you any favors, but you don't need favors when you have no objective

 No.861

>>860
the objective is to chuckle and hopefully make you feel bad, chuck half its quantifiable bad half is theoretical.

 No.863

>>861
>the objective is to chuckle and hopefully make you feel bad
Well, if that's the case, I can only hope they feel better

 No.864

>>827 >>820
Just noticed. Banners are also missing from archive. They were served from https://arisuchan.jp/banners.php originally.
https://archive.arisuchan.jp/q/res/121.html thread contains some user submissions, but not all. My capture somehow avoided this page as well: https://archive.arisuchan.jp/public/buttons/

Additionally, does anyone have a Lainchan 2017 archive from here:
https://archive.arisuchan.jp/q/res/368.html
https://web.archive.org/web/20180401040005/https://archive.lainchan.jp/
> http://lainchan.jp/archive.zip <
I see drama and no substance in these threads:
https://lainchan.org/q/res/268.html#10549
https://archive.is/2017.06.29-040432/https://meguca.org/g/1841607
Ah, should probably ask this dog-man or whatever:
https://github.com/DogMan8

 No.865

>>864
Why not ask Seph?

 No.866

>>863
idk but i chuckled

 No.867

>>865
how do you contact him?

 No.868

>>867
Check the donations thread in your archive.

 No.874

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The arisuchan archive is still online https://legacy.arisuchan.jp/ and there are rumours of a return

 No.875

>>874
Where do you get this from?

 No.876

>>874
>>875
Well at least there is a rumor about it now, I guess

 No.877

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>>875
not 874 but i dont think its a secret. she is still active on her cyberpunk forums why not ask there?

posted in dec https://cyberpunkforums.com/viewtopic.php?pid=60108#p60108

 No.881

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>>874
Still no source for banners or did someone bought the domain and brought the archive up?
For those planning on scraping it right now, don't forget to tune your crawlers to catch the /jp/ board. The zip file linked above misses it entirely. Here's how the front page should look by the way.
>>877
>umm yeah it's Google ANALytics, but it respects you when you wear your "do not rape me" bracelet so it's ok
Yikeroonies, Sophie has always been a corporate webshotter sleaze, but saying that on a soyberpunk board?

 No.882

>>881
Did the archive ever had the banners? They are missing from the wayback machine's snapshots too (of the archive, the original site had them).

 No.883

>>881
> > umm yeah it's Google ANALytics, but it respects you when […]
https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/google-analytics/
Google Analytics declared illegal in the EU.

> The issue at hand is that due to the American CLOUD Act https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CLOUD_Act US authorities are able to demand personal data from Google, Facebook and other US providers, even when they are operating outside of the US, so in Europe for instance.


> The decisive factor for the legal assessment of the use of Google Analytics is not whether a U.S. intelligence agency actually obtained the data or whether Google actually identified the user. The mere fact that this was theoretically possible already was a violation of the GDPR.

 No.884

>>881
looks like she uninstalled GA from the forum since that post. ublock isn't showing any trackers and I looked at cyberpunkforums.com page source has no analytics anywhere.

 No.885

>>476
— "How come you keep calling yourself Whitey?" — the second MetaCop says. Like many people of color, he has misconstrued her name.
— "Not whitey. Y.T.," — the first MetaCop says.
— "That's what Y.T. is called," — Y.T. says.
— "That's what I said," — the second MetaCop says. — "Whitey."
— "Y.T.," — the first one says, accenting the T so brutally that he throws a glittering burst of saliva against the windshield. — "Let me guess—Yolanda Truman?"
— "No."
— "Yvonne Thomas?"
— "No."
— "Whatsit stand for?"
— "Nothing."
Actually, it stands for Yours Truly, but if they can't figure that out, fuck 'em.
>>882
I tend to believe that it never did, but anyone with access to the original the server (that's where the archive comes from, right, it wasn't a wget caption itself, right?) should have had access to them, they would naturally reside in some directory and php script would cycle through them on each page refresh. It's not a big deal, but then again, a whole set of visual artifacts has gone forever. There were some pretty schway ones.
>>883
"You can't be criminal in this country, it's illegal" — t. some actual politician.
>>884
There was some minor datamining drama at https://legacy.arisuchan.jp/q/res/540.html

 No.886

In my experience, Lainchan, especially /tech/, has been full of people who aren't very smart but post a lot and think they're cool hacker. Not all boards are like this fortunately.

 No.887

>>886
lainchan is the hypebeast of imageboards

 No.896

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Yeah, I have the banners and a backup of the site configuration, if Seph wants them. The db passwords etc. are cleartext so if you bring it back, change them please~

 No.897

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>>896
How did you get your hands on that?

 No.898

>>896
>>897
confirmed that seph is working on arisuchan2. using old archive as starting point for posts. software rebuilt from scratch. she says expect Q3 this year.

 No.899

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>>898
Mmm, is that so?

 No.901

users will come when they eventually realize 4/g/ is dead and lain is not the same as arisu

 No.911

>>901

then we leave and the cycle continues

 No.913

Well honestly there's something soothing about the sheer inactivity here.

 No.914

>>913

The only thing inactive here is your sex life biatch

 No.915

>>913
It would probably be more active if threads didn't just randomly disappear.

 No.916

>>915
You meant spam?



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