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🎉🎉🎉 Happy Birthday Madotsuki! 🎉🎉🎉

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Have you thought about merging all these boards into a few general ones? For example, there would be one board for YN and one for all fangames. Offtopic boards could be consolidated into a smaller number as well.

Having a lot of boards makes the place seem even more low traffic than it is, and causes too much fragmentation.


We've been over this many times already, and sei has already stated that a merging will happen, gradually.


We just need to put more Seisatsus in the oven, don't worry.

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I know, moar janitors!


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Why does the site still incorporate the frames? I'm talking about the navigation panel on the left. I know it was cool before, but its 2015.
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>2012 + 3
>still doesn't know that the frame bar can be disabled.
Why do you even complain?


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It doens't really matter if you can remove it since going back to homepage resets it back. I'm talking about entirely removing the frame.

>use html5

>still use frames


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>since going back to homepage resets it back.
omg how terrible…
okay sei, time to change the [news] link in the board index from /gonews.html to /news.html because anon can't do it himself. Fags that still want to use the frames can have them if they access via www.uboachan.net

Sei do something, this is serious.


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I'm going to be collaborating with Lainchan's admin (if all works out, in person) to redesign Uboachan. Should be underway around the middle to end of October.

For now however, I have other things I need to be working on, so Uboachan is in a feature freeze.

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Hey! I'm getting back into Yume Nikki and its fangames after a few years and I have a question about the version of the game that's available for download here.

The installer .exe of the game is dated April 3rd 2008. The version I have had since 2009 is labelled as Version 3 of the English translation, with an installer .exe dated April 11th 2008. My version's .rar archive also has a readme that contains info about bugfixes and save data compatibility. The readme in the installed game's folder is slightly extended compared to the one in Uboachan's version, containing info about Fullscreen toggle with F4.

I can't remember where I downloaded my version from, but since it claims to be a more up-to-date version compared to Uboachan's, I'm wondering why it's not hosted here. Did you guys simply not know about it or is there some known issue with the version I have? I could upload the version I have if you're interested.


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So, are you asking why uboachan isn't hosting a "newer version" that only has updated text files about information which can easily be found on the wiki?
Not like that is bad or something, but it isn't really a big update either.


Well, no. My version's readme (in the archive with the installer) goes as follows:

>Latest version of the 0.10 English translation as of April 11th, 2008. Fixes one known crash bug as well as various non-critical issues. Saved games from the first installer version are compatible, but saved games from the previous non-installer version and the Japanese version are not. To update the previous installer version, install v3 into the same directory.


Sei do something!

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Could you add a feature that expands a long post instead of opening it a new tab?
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Even those have settings somewhere. And even if they don't, uboachan does.


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>this thread


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sei do somting


I'm putting a feature freeze on Uboachan until the overhaul starts, because I'm dealing with some time-sensitive IRL shit. I will take all of these feature requests into consideration then. More info on the overhaul soon.

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OMFG you can read the text on this website without squinting!!! What the hell happened????? This isn't uboachan
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Noted, I can see the problem when using one of the new themes. I'll investigate this.


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Jesus Christ Seisatsu do something


I don't feel like making a new thread, so here we go:

Apparently, the gif/webm support is broken, at least with files bigger than ~2MB. A post without the file is posted instead, and if there's no body it will just post a blank space.


But only for files larger than 2MB? I'll look into it. Maybe it's the PHP configuration or something.


It was a simple PHP misconfiguration, I fixed it yesterday.

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I see the new janitors are doing a mighty fine job in curbing the CP spam.

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No they don't have the right.


sei do somting


Why isn't Seisatsu doing anything about this? He obviously doesn't care about Ubuu


Lol I hate ubuu why do you think I won't put it out of its misery?

Seriously though, I've just been really busy with a bunch of IRL drama and it's been really stressful for the past week or two. I've mostly stabilized the site after the server move, but it looks like there's still a couple kinks to work out. I'll get around to those first.

As for the spam, the bots that are still getting through are tailored specifically to attack the software we're running, so they're a huge pain in the ass. We could try to hire even more Janitors, though I'd like the ones we just hired to get acquainted first. I could also try phrase filters to block the posts, but these are easily thwarted. Captchas are also an option but nobody wants those, right?

Spam is a pain in the ass, you have no idea. There's no golden solution or everyone would be using it.


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I do appreciate all the work you guys do. And if you do hire more I might actually get around to applying this time.

But have you ever considered a once a day Captcha like 8chn? Cause you're right, nobody wants Captchas.

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The time has come again for Janitor applications.

Recently, spambots have been "attacking" us in waves, and they come unpredictably and at all times of the day and night. As it is, our current moderation staff cannot be watching the site 100% of the time, so sometimes spam slips through and remains on the site for longer than is acceptable. (Especially CP spam, it seems.)

So for that reason, we are hiring new Janitors. Janitors are staff members who are responsible only for deleting automated spam posts and perma-banning the bots that posted them. It's a small job, but keep in mind that when new moderators are needed they are usually selected from existing Janitors.

Only a couple to a few applicants will be chosen to be Janitors. If you are interested in this staff position, please read and fill out the application carefully, and keep in mind that the completeness of your answers will play a role in your selection.

Apply Here: http://goo.gl/forms/rR8FhsXwTF
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omg third!
dude nice trips


I'm in.


Ask Tohno-chan how they did it iv you haven't already.


Since we have no way to update a sent application, I did another with better details, and my Tripcode. Dunno if that Disqualifies me or not, but yeah.


Applications are now closed. Thank you to everyone who applied. Some of you will be contacted shortly.

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Here's what will undoubtedly be a controversial, but sincere suggestion: spice things up and rejuvenate the vomitive shithole by converting uboachan into a forum, with registration and everything.


That's a terrible idea anon.


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ban this anon pls


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OP tell your parents they failed.

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I would like to talk about the way this was handled and would like to say thank you based mods
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If that person is reading this, I personally don't agree with what most people consider "wrong" either. (if that was the point you were making… Again, I didn't get the chance to read your posts.) To me, if it's love, it's love. I just (as I stated in my post) wondered how it ends. My post wasn't meant to be judgmental, and I apologize if it came off as me trying to make people "confess of their crimes" or whatever. That really wasn't my intention at all.
It would have been nice to have seen your posts and been able to reply to them.


I gotta remind u ladies I got banned for saying there was no evidence of Kikiyama's approval in Project Yume Nikki and now everyone knows I was right.


What you meant to say was:
"I got banned for spamming 'fraud'"


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Fact remains I was right.


It's great to read the spread of different opinions and views on moderation and that thread here. Doing things in a way that everyone can agree with is really hard.

I think the staff will continue to take a hands-off approach to moderation except in extreme circumstances, which I believe yesterday qualified as. We've tried hands-on moderation in the past, and it just created bad feelings all around and made our userbase really uncomfortable.

We allow free speech here – all kinds of free speech, including topics the staff or other users might dislike, in-depth discussion about suicide, and very candid descriptions of drug usage, among other things. We don't judge those kinds of things if we can at all help it.

All we ask is that our users respect the rules which have been laid out to protect them and the site at large from deliberately destructive elements. That seems reasonable to me, and I hope we can all agree that it is.

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