Someone always make this question.>Kohlchan
The site is all right. They have nice features and projects. I think my only complaint is that in a thread it remembers the postnumber what I replied to, and adds it into the textfield in the posting form. And with every reload adds it one more.
The userbase is mixed and sadly heavy on the awful end of the spectrum. Many, many 4chan crossposters, so instead of creating an original subculture they just import everything from there. I suspect there's also a handful of crossposters form alt-chans who have some agenda and sometimes direct the discourse. But this is just an impression.>Why aren't the mods doing anything about pedophile threads?
On those threads I already wrote my opinion in length in another thread. I think it's still up, the whole thing is about this. Find it if you want.
But why they don't delete? Because what is posted isn't illegal in the strict sense. All the chans have trouble with this: everyone talks about freedom of speech, but there's illegal contents which even by US law isn't protected by free speech, so ok, they have to delete it unless they want to be closed down. But then there are content that close to that, not illegal, but the slippery slope easily can lead to posting that, so what they should do about it? If they delete, suddenly outraged voices on all the altchans scream that "they deleted muh [insert not entirely illegal degeneracy] this is censorship, they are alphabet agency".>Is it compromised, like 4chan or 8kun?
What do you mean compromised? By whom and in what way?
4chan needs Google captcha, so ofc everything is basically sent to Google. That can be considered as "compromised".
And 8kun? Is it "compromised"? For example I dunno.>Is the place glowing?
Go back to whatever pol you came from. And bring your lingo with you.>I stopped going there
Good. If you don't like a place, don't go there.>Doorkun
I don't know who he is.>boards are getting shut down left and right.
Are they? What I know that a bunch of little chans were opened up without little consideration. Whoever run those sites usually don't have resources, or don't even consider potential obstacles (like schizos spam whatever or even cp). They bound to fail in short time.
And "getting shut down" is a very lazily used term. There can be a million reason why an IB is "getting shut down". From legal through technical to the owner just got bored.>The place has become more pedophilic now.
Again you can read my opinion in another thread.>They've also blocked torposting
Good. By large what Torposters post is cancer, spam, and real cp. And cp spam.>kohlcash
Genius idea. Pay for ban evasion. It's not easy to control Torposting. By default one retard/schizo/bored person can just shit up a whole site.>Very suspicious.
Suspicious of what?