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I have a new board proposition, guys
Since the mods are getting uptight about suitable /b/ content in order to keep /b/ fresh and interesting, I think circlejerks, furry threads, and pony threads are becoming far too monotonous.
Not to mention, the spam they get from "regular" users.
This would keep the avataring dudes happy, /b/ would have less monotonous stuff clogging up pages 0-3, and it might give birth to an entirely different 4chan environment
Fuck it, let them post on /d/.
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The transformation, cowgirl, diaper, shortstacks and futa threads are all getting dragged into the pits over pointless bickering about what has a snout and what has the wrong ears, days after they get posted. And enough's enough. I say just let them post anything on the cat is fine too scale, and put up a sticky on /d/ that bitching about porn specifications isn't allowed.
I don't care about legal drama from Jollyjack, or some hordes of shitpostesr lying in wait to ruin the thread or whatever other bullshit the autists say will totally happen. Letting this get posted HAS to be better than this crap. People are arguing social superiority in a fucking diapers thread. Gain some goddamn perspective, you autistic idiots. Seriously. I don't even LIKE the shit, and I know it'd be better to just let it be on /d/.
Polling system, and problem system?
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So, i have a suggestion, and I think this might prove to be better than what /q/ has been doing.
I notice i see alot of Fix board "X" or fix board that, and Ban this don't allow that, allow this and what not
but instead why not have a system where the Problem gets posted her, but the solution is dealt and voted on by their respective board?
1.) something happens that /a/ doesn't like, for example the naruto stuff
2.) mod's put up a sticky in their respective baord and a polling system only available on 4chan (if you can get inline extensions an inline poll system for 4chan wouldn't be so hard)
3. Motion passes. and etc.. mod's have a new status quot to meet.
Money for power
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So this might be a terrible idea, but why not let people pay to be janitors? This would allow people who didn't get to submit an application or weren't chosen, but who really want to help their board/the site to have that chance They'd still have to go through orientation and whatnot, but their fee (say $20) would guarantee them a janitor spot as long as they proved they weren't an idiot. They could of course have their janitor status removed at any time if they abuse the power, without refund.
Obviously if too many people sign up at once, they'd have to go on a waiting list of some kind. Maybe moot/mods could train a couple new janitors a week, or whatever is reasonable. A constant influx of janitors would ensure we'd always have people on to deal with shit instead of the sparse moderation we have now.
Cleaning up /b/
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I love that the mods are actually banning things that don't belong on /b/ now, like porn threads, hookup threads and the like.
The reason they say they're doing it is to encourage better content and avoid the same ol', same ol'.
My question is then, "Why do they continue to allow those avatar/name/nothing friends?"
These people invite and support sub-par, contentless posting. Hell they take pride in how useless they are. I'm not a brony, but I was okay with them invading. They made people mad, and it was something stupid to remind /b/ that it is not a cool place to hang out. But these people aren't even useful for trolling. Why don't they get the ban?