Make using reddit a bannable offence.
I think we can all agree that trying to ban "hello redit" was a big mistake. 4chan is strictly anti censorship and will not allow this.
Instead you should add a global rule that makes using reddit a bannable offence. any 4chan user that admits to using reddit will be permanently banned. like the 18+ rule, this requires some kind of cooperation from the culprit.
The 18+ rule is a 30 day ban. But I still agree.
I've wanted openly admitting to use rival sites to be a ban for a long time.
It should be considered advertising and be dealt with as such.
As for people that need to use these sites as a resource (/vg/ for example) I think a "screenshots only, no links" rule could work.
We need to build a wall.
>I think we can all agree that trying to ban "hello redit" was a big mistake
Of course weebs want Redditspam to be permitted. You fuckers are the ones that got hurt the worst by having your favorite insult taken away.
You retards crowed for a week about "cuck" being banned and now that you're not allowed to call somebody a redditor it's the end of the world.
I hope /a/ gets deleted next.
Didn't he got terminated recently ? If yes I hope we can get that wordfilter up, though it has died down a little bit.
And to be honest the niggerspeak didn't bother me that much (except when it was abused just for memery)
Uh, Reddit has a very large anime section though?
You're right though. It is legitimately one of the biggest sites on the internet. I don't know why people treat it like a big boogeyman. It is something that has always been and will always be a strong influence on any community because there will always be overlap. Nothing to be ashamed about.
>I don't know why people treat it like a big boogeyman.
le upboating/downboating circlejerks
everyone shitposting for karma (ala top comments being a bunch of fucking retarded puns)
silencing opinions they don't like in various ways (downboats, moderation, banning/walling "offensive" subleddits)
hating on reposts, pretending their content was reddit-original to start with (they're not 9gag-tier about it, but it's still pretty shit)
>It is legitimately one of the biggest sites on the internet.
It's 34 on the top 100
It's laudably big, but it's no twitter, facebook, youtube, or instagram.
The gist of it is that some people on this board convinced Hiro that cuck being filtered was a censorship issue, and Hiro removed the filter and said that 4chan should have less censorship than television. Or something along those lines.
He also seemed confused about the fact that the filter was in place to begin with, leading people to conclude that it was put there without his permission. I'm not sure if that's the case with the other three filters or not.
>Reddit is like 90% of the internet
>Netflix + Google + Facebook = The Internet
>Netflix continues to slowly increase its domination of North American fixed networks, accounting for 36.5% of downstream traffic in the peak evening hours
thats what is happening anyway. thank god sjw moot left this place but his sjw janitor and mods that came with gamergate are still here. hell, you can even get banned for calling someone a nigger now
I think part of the thing is that you can't really group everyone together at the same time. /k/ and /m/ are probably not going to share the same opinions here, why try to group /r/mecha and /r/guns?
I guarantee you they think of Reddit before they think of Baidu, Weibo, Vk and all the other bullshit foreign sites and alternate URLs in that list. You could cut out enough of these that Reddit would easily be in the top ten.
>The gist of it is that some people on this board convinced Hiro that cuck being filtered was a censorship issue, and Hiro removed the filter and said that 4chan should have less censorship than television.
>mfw cuckposter had more power over Hiro's mind than the usual poster
>mfw he actually believed such a blatant lie.
Jesus. Fucking. Christ. The Redeemer.
We even had some of fucks on /vg/ ffs. Hopefully they got reported and terminated to shit but still.
Do you think banning anontalk was censorship too?
More, thanks to kids like you using "go back to ribbit" at each thing they didn't like, it's without a meaning now and whenever I see someone REALLY acting like a redditor (pretty rarely), I have to call him some other insult so as not to sound like a huge faggot (once again, a huge faggot like you, OP).
Cuck is at least funny, unlike go back to re*dit. Cuck is spamming one silly, funny word and ut's good. Gb2rdt just sounds pretentious, not funny at all.
You're step above these cringey children, congratulations.
1) Downboating makes content not visible, and can fuck karma so bad you can't even fucking post. Take for example this:
>manlet approaches nearly a 1000 women over the course of 5 years
>rejected each time
>posts his problem on reddit in a confession sub for sympathy and advice
>gets downvoted so hard he has negative karma and can't even post
Saging is just posting without bumping, and is laughably easy to circumvent. You can't even tell whether a post is a sage by looking at it anymore.
2) (You)s are no where near as bad as karma upboating, because they don't move your comment front and center. The number of (You)s still does catch your eye though as you're scrolling, but content is treated more equally instead of the hivemind selecting shit it likes for viewing.
3) Again, saging is useless. Downboats effectively make your content inaccessible and can ban you. Moderation is often SJW-tier don't-hurt-my-feefees-or-worldview levels of autism (e.g. the Germany rapes on news subleddits). Banning/walling subleddits got so bad, they created a leddit spinoff named voat.
4chan is nowhere near as shit as leddit in these respects. I agree 4chan still has shitty rules though (e.g. no sound for webm's on boards where the focus is an audiovisual medium, like /a/ or /tv/).
>Cuck is spamming one silly, funny word and ut's good
>wat are rules guises
Summerfriends think that 4chan is an elite website of the Anonymous organisation dedicated to protecting free speech, just like in their favourite movie.
They get really upset when they learn that 4chan is in fact an anime forum.
I fucking 999% agree with you, 10/10 ideia, but guess what, mods are probably redditors too. I think I reported >>421331 two times, and yet it's still up.
Yeah, even more so since it is off topic.
Someone has to sacrifice and check reddit to see if one of our mods isn't just there flipping this shit just to get upvotes-
Though having people stop saying hello R***** is a nice bowl of fresh air.
Don't you understand that calling everything Reddit only drags them into the picture where previously they had no influence? If you act like half the board are ledditors then actual ledditors will think they are in good company and start to more openly shill "hurr what's wrong with reddit" or "let's be honest we all use it right".. You never fucking ever saw such bold admissions of being from there coming along before people staryed calling everything reddit and now you see it frequently. You see it on /qa/ too.
They are proving the grounds trying to see if they can get a toehold here. Don't fucking let them. They should have no place here even in jest. This + reddit name calling is literally completely unproductive / relevant to any discussion are why it should be controlled.
>Summerfriends think that 4chan is an elite website of the Anonymous organisation dedicated to protecting free speech
While you got me to laugh I think it has more to do with some blatant shitposters getting away with, well. blatant shitpost and cuckposting. It attracts the edgy kids
>They are proving the grounds trying to see if they can get a toehold here.
That's the cucked way of doing it. It's like fighting islamists by inviting muslims into your country and celebrating tolerance.
I prefer the Trump way of doing it. Build a fucking wall and suspend reddit immigration.
start treating reddit and tumblr like 'honeypotchan' on the big boards(make just saying the word an autoban)
/fa/ has tumblr threads that are pretty nice, but those fags posting tumblrshit and horsefucker trash on /v/ /b/ /tv/ etc should fuck off.
If you started calling every random thing Islam or sharia law or whatever, you will quickly attract the attention of actual Muslims who will be happy to explain to you more about their religion and then will stick around watching what you do.
If you never did that they wouldn't care to ponder you or even notice you, and if they did they wouldn't be talking to you but amongst themselves somewhere else.
>ou will quickly attract the attention of actual Muslims who will be happy to explain
Then they will have to explain it from outside the country/outside 4chan since they are no longer allowed to immigrate.
>If you never did that they wouldn't care to ponder you or even notice you
They literally have a forum on reddit where they discuss epic screenshots from 4chan. Who do you think takes those screenshots? Redditors that post on 4chan.
Unfortunately we cannot stop them from lurking or posting. But we can make damn sure they are not just unwelcome but not even tolerated, to the point even mentioning them is not allowed.
What confers more a sense of disapproval, open references and discussion about labeling things and people here as Reddit being allowed, or punishment for even saying their name out loud because they should not be here? Blocking people from even talking about them in ANY way is as close to a wall as we can possibly build. The existence of an anti-reddit wall is already speaks for itself that they are hated and not openly allowed to bring their faggotry here.
I think most people here want the same thing, that is for Reddit to fuck off and never have open influence here. There is simply confusion as to whether calling branding everyone Reddit does more harm than good as opposed to forbidding even mentioning them, and it seems mods made the call. Do we all like ponies because they get deleted on-sight outside /mlp/? Fuck no, just the opposite. Same thing should apply with reddit.
>But we can make damn sure they are not just unwelcome but not even tolerated, to the point even mentioning them is not allowed.
What's better than banning all of these degenerates from our country to show that they are not welcome?
>What confers more a sense of disapproval, open references and discussion about labeling things and people here as Reddit being allowed, or punishment for even saying their name out loud because they should not be here? Blocking people from even talking about them in ANY way is as close to a wall as we can possibly build. The existence of an anti-reddit wall is already speaks for itself that they are hated and not openly allowed to bring their faggotry here.
Then it seems that you want even more than the rule in the OP. Revealing that you are a redditor would certainly cause you to get banned by your rules.
But we also have to make sure that known redditor mods get banned, otherwise they will continue to post epic 4chan antics on reddit, causing more of that filth to come over here.
We bitched at the mods so hard on here it got them to start doing something. Also Global Rule 8 isn't in effect here I think. That rule was made because moot couldn't handle criticism thrown at him
sage is replying without allowing a bump to a thread, that's literally nothing if someone else replies to you
and shitposting without incentives is completely different than doing it on Reddit, and if you dont have enough shitposter points, you dont get to post, so it's 100x worse
>only very young children and anime autists don't have reddit accounts
Only like 10-15% of the people who visit reddit have an account, and there are only like 3 million logged in redditors a month.
Considering that, the amount of redditors here is very disproportional.