Priorities and time managment of moderators and janitors
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The other day, I was banned for this image.
It was a thread regarding discussion of autisitc kids and it was a lead-in to a joke about "Who was phone," thus the reason she was has a phone
(inb4 hurr durr /b/tard newfag)
However, I pretty much abandoned the thread because people started talking about childhood sexuality (obvious trolling) and I went to work on a project. 15 minutes later, the thread 404'd and I was banned for CP- that's all it said for the ban reason.
I appealed the ban on rizon- of course no mods were there- and since then my IP address has changed since my router seems to have reset itself.
If the ban was lifted, thank you.
However, I am quite annoyed that you banned me for an innocent image.
Maybe the mod thought I was trying to hint at CP and banned me by mistake.
Also disappointing is that I had reported some spam and it was still there after I was banned.
Either way, I think Mods are really wasting time by doing stuff like this. Moot has stated that there is a problem with
moderation. However, I think moderation needs to be better
after reading over the upcoming moderation changes.
/med/ - Medical Help
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How about a medical help board?
Sometimes we just plain don't trust Google, or sometimes we just can't find our problem through Google. Either way, that leaves us with two options: we go see a doctor (which is expensive and timely), or we ask /k/ or /b/ (which is timely and more often than not ultimately unfruitful [if asking /k/] or just plain stupid [asking /b/]). A medical help board would be able to answer all the dumb questions you couldn't waste a doctor's time on, questions the doctor would regard as suspicious, questions so specific all the power of Google can't help, questions that if entered into Google would garner you unwanted attention from law enforcement, and so on.
How about that?
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I can't be the only one whose Captcha has a 50% or so failure rate, regardless of whether or not I type it in right.
Anyways, I'm well aware that moot isn't going to do anything about that because apparently ReCaptcha is the only post verification that can handle 4chan's traffic. As much as it infuriates me, I guess it can't be helped.
What I'd like to request is that when images are posted, the Captcha is verified BEFORE the image starts uploading, so in the event of Captcha failing, I don't have to wait for the image to upload again.
Also, please take Captcha off /f/. The Zeitgeist "spam" that we're talking about is this one consistent poster who makes 2-4 flash posts a day of the SAME SHIT over and over again.
Adding Captcha to /f/ did not help AT ALL. We had NO issues with spambots, only one consistent shitposter that apparently mods couldn't be fucked to deal with.
Shitposters on /v/ is probably an organized group
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Can we get some sociologist to analyze this shit? I swear this must be pathologic, there's just no fucking way a thread can turn into that in a matter of a minute or two.
On the other hand, now I'm pretty sure that there's a vocal minority on /v/ whose simple aim is to destroy the board. I don't know why, I don't know who these people are, but I'm sure as fuck it can't be everyone, and you will all be able to tell when you'll read this thread
Tea threads on /jp/ are spam and need to go
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>Oriental Beauty is a Taiwanese oolong that has a pronounced honey aroma and notes of spice
>Longjing tea is a variety of pan-fried green tea from Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China
>Phoenix Oolong Tea is delicious roasted oolong from Guangdong, China
What the hell do Chinese drinks have to do with otaku culture?
The only reason they're still here is because of an ironic thread made during shitposting hours that was accidentally taken seriously.
That thread contains the *ONLY* defense tea threads have going for them:
>Tea is connected to /jp/ being made of pure maidens. It's also connected to touhous.
Which leads to a very appropriate response:
>Does that mean bread is /jp/ related because Marisa eats bread?
I also seriously doubt that the picture in this OP wasn't faked. http://archive.foolz.us/jp/thread/8750066/
Either way you look at this, the mods definitely messed up. /jp/ is not your /ck/ dumping ground. Even if the tea being discussed was from Japan, it still doesn't belong on /jp/. The board is called Otaku Culture for a reason.