>>2064>Honestly though, Ubuu is really depressive
Back in 2011-2012 you would come here to have a bit of fun time with people who hadn't it easy and/or was in the same situation. Of course you had discussion about depression and the general shit-tier thread you find today in /n/, but ubuu was basically a site you'd come to have a laugh with people that, even if nobody was in their best moment, we understood each other and we were ourselves, and we enjoyed ourselves that way.
After 2013, the userbase changed quite a bit. There were REALLY shitty moments, there were some good moments, but the air was different. I blame the fake project fraud nikki manga.
Then in 2014 everything died. Mostly because old users abandoned the site and new users come here to complain and post only in /n/.
I already made some posts about this when seisatsu made some comments too so I won't go over this again, but basically, old users left with their content, new users came with their content, and it is mostly shit and rant.
>the site is probably at least twice as alive as the user-base seems to think it is.
No, not at all. It's completely dead if you compare it to 1 or 2 years ago. Usually, we used to have around 9 comments per day; Now, we barely have one or two in 2 days, unless some thread gets multiple responses.