THE GREATEST /v/ MUSICAL COLLABORATION 2: Electric Boogaloo: Day 4
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Is it safe to come out? Edition
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>Official Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1d4xzW-_5QoVafWgdaXWOqJRng8bG4GXz8q_Ex5ohJO4
>Song List: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Tx1PL1LqeBYaygb5HL7fc0GaSkTiGjDsdlFpTVQWIAs
>Advice Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PSsk9A1dTBRphaAfBFg9p80SXzQirAQhQ8auoDbT2wI
>IRC Chat: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.rizon.net/#vmusical or #vmusical@rizon
>Last year's videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAX8JHUJcFR2gh_WG3YJBITuO-tODVCcJ
>Last year's album: http://vthemusical.bandcamp.com/album/v-the-musical-journalism
>What is /v/ The Musical?
Last year, 4chan’s /v/ got together and began writing parody lyrics mocking the vidya industry that went with the tune of various Disney songs. Then some guy posted a video of himself singing to one of these /v/ crafted lyrics and then one thing led to another. After the two week long project, sixty four songs compiled into three albums were released. Oh, and let’s not forget about the DLC.
>How can I help?
Anyone willing to write lyrics, sing, edit audio, create videos, or create album/promotional art is welcome to contribute! We also need help organising it all, so anyone up for editing the docs is always welcome.
Regarding recent events
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The decision to remove "GamerGate" threads has been poorly communicated, and that's my fault. Said threads are being deleted primarily because they violate our blanket "no personal information / raids / calls to invasion" rule. Spamming the reports system and creating multiple topics were also a factor, especially given /v/ is one of 4chan's fastest moving boards and has historically struggled with keeping topics limited to actual video games.
Regarding a perceived lack of free speech/censorship -- many seem to misinterpret my advocating for anonymous communication and highlighting that it allows people to share things they otherwise wouldn't be comfortable with on other platforms as "you can say and do anything on 4chan," which simply isn't the case. We've had rules and moderators since the site was founded *11 years ago*, and I've only reinforced this statement over the years, a la: https://archive.moe/q/thread/580080/#580135
To those who actually want to use /v/ to discuss vidya and not a movement that has outgrown 4chan (a la Project Chanology) -- apologies for the inconvenience.