>>23585 1. Thanks. The sooner ofc would be better, it's like this for a week now. Some peeps think the board is down because their experience say either sites load instantly or they are dead. Waiting is alienating users. 2. I'm glad. Tho it would be nice to seem him to be more active. Right now it feels like he gained a little élan last year, he started to be more chatty, promises came from you guys, but by 2019 changed nothing and he lost this enthusiasm. As I said this is just my impression. 3. Really? We would like to get to know them. I noticed the activity of ecco already but dunno else. TLC? Tender Loving Care? We will reach out on Discord ofc if something comes up, but actual discussion would be better on chan for it's transparency toward users and they also can chime in. On /operate/ ofc, this is an exceptional case. 4. Well, that's it than. Tho some of them just gathers spam. 5. Those boards typically don't have BO around anymore, are claimable. 6. "DB fix" I assume it's the original fixing and not the reload mentioned in #1.
>>23594 Still here. Not as often as I'd like due to real-life stuff eating the time I'd otherwise be able to spend browsing here, but I'm still here.
There is a community of people who are keeping endchan alive and we're all thankful for them. I don't know what possesses them to use Discord, though.
The thing about cleaning dead boards improving performance was speculation on my part, based on a suspicion that lynxchan was doing a per-board DB scan in a bunch of places and that removing dead boards would make those scans shorter, which would help fix those fucking 500s. The idea was mainly about making the place look like less of a ghost town, not performance. We really need to just finish dumping and restoring the DB and find more dudes to help run the site when we're not around.
>>23679 >real-life stuff eating the time How dare you. >There is a community of people who are keeping endchan alive and we're all thankful for them. Doesn't really feel like it. I have to go and bark at Odili to come fix things. Shouldn't they check in once in a while - preferably on daily basis - and see if everything works fine? Btw realtime posting ain't working. Not that I use it but if it's advertised (by having a checkbox down below) then it either should work or should be taken down. >We really need to just finish dumping and restoring the DB This goes on now for an months. >find more dudes to help run the site when we're not around. We'll I can help by barking at Odili to do stuff. Btw I should do that again since he didn't reply to my reply.
>>23829 Journalists shouldn't cover a word of what models and other celebrities say about the world. Who cares about her opinions on Putin? The sole reason she's given any attention beyond her immediate circle of acquaintances is her ass. So why do we need to know her opinion on Putin or bell orchestras or burrowing insects? Does she have any experience or knowledge on this subject that'd merit attention? Does she have any new and constructive insights? Does this knowledge contribute anything to our existence? I spent 3 seconds of my life reading this, and these seconds are gone forever. Thousands have read this headline, and some have read the article itself; they have irreversibly lost an even greater particle of their lives. All those seconds and minutes of thousands, combined into the actions of a single person, would be enough time to do something truly useful. The journalist looted a section of humanity's reservoir of time, time that could have been spent towards the development of mankind. This is microscopic, pulverized chronocide. And it is no isolated incident, for this is not the first nor the last time this journalist has wasted bits of his reader's lives with vanities, and he has thousands of collaborators with lifetimes practicing this crime.
That is why he very rarely was seen in woman's company, even with his wife (when they were married), even when he was on some event that requires family by etiquette. And he still has no "official" partner at all for years, even old rumors about Kabayeva are stopped circulating. Traditional and family-oriented leader of traditionalist country, yeah.
>>23827 Pretty sure my devotion to progressism disqualifies me as a stereotypical /pol/tard. I appear to be faintly to the left, but in the sense of "make things better slowly over time," not up against the wall motherfucker, nor viva la revolution.
Fatherland? I ain't so interested in parading down the street in jackboots celebrating the glory of the state and the virtuous culture of its people. I am more locally focused than globally interested though. That's what earns me the "fatherland" moniker, I believe.
The only real issue I take with my result being a feeling that regulationism is over represented. I mistrust devotion to purely public or private solutions. One needs a bit of both to keep things honest. I am biased in favor of regulation over laissez-faire, just not so much as shown.
That "pragmatic" comment's a fair cop. If anything, I'm proud of that label.
>>23824 Good personality. But it is based not on the real Speer but on the Speer icon he masterfully crafted over the years. He was actually not as aloof as he painted himself and quite image savvy, molding popular opinion to his will. His armaments miracle, though not false, was a joint economic-propaganda project and had critical issues. And later on, like Manstein and other generals, he grealy exaggerated his distance from Hitler and his status as just an un-ideological genius tirelessly working on the task he was given.
>>23823 Posts on an imageboard give a lot of hints, but are an incomplete expression of a personality. They're made from a narrow range of contexts (free time), over a narrow range of topics (kc tier themes) and to a narrow range of receivers (Bernds). Elsewhere Bernds can write or speak in completely different ways. But reading a lot of posts and making guesses is still a better method of personality interpretation than any test like this. Like you've said, it's astrology. Point #6 hardly applies to me, I'm often naive.
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