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We recently gave a lot of new people the ability to create threads. I think the forum was cluttered previously and now is a total disaster zone. There is only a modicum of thoughtful discussion going on and a ton of threads are simply bait or low-content threads that devolve into people throwing insults at thoughtful replies. It is becoming impossible to locate threads with information that I'm interested in, because people are all starting new threads instead of replying to existing threads. We have precisely one thread that actually uses this forum how it is supposed to be used, the white victims of nigger crime thread:


I watch this thread because it is a subject I'm interested in. It's a daily reminder of why exactly it is so important to do what I do, and what I'm fighting to stop. So every time it is updated, I get a notification on the forum and I can see the update.

You know what would happen if the poster made a unique new thread for each white victim of nonwhite crime? I would see virtually none of them, because I don't have the time to spend all day reading every new forum thread. Most people don't either. You might be extremely online and think your post justifies a new thread. With at least 95% of the content on this forum it does not. It makes it impossible to read and follow for me and nearly anyone that has a job and a family. Lots of content I want to follow is always in a new thread rather than a post in an existing thread I can subscribe to. I'm not going to see it.

The first rule: if you have a post to make, try to put it in an existing thread rather than start a new one. So eventually we have long threads that read like books on given subjects that are posted about here a lot. Media hoaxes, nigger riotousness, women being women. Make it so that when you post an article on a given subject, the maximum number of people are going to see it, because it is in a thread for people who are actually interested in reading about that issue.

The second rule: when making a new thread try to make it something that is worth people putting new posts into. The first post of a thread should be as descriptive and detailed as possible. While it might reference the current day's events, you want it to be kind of general. When crafting an OP, imagine you are writing an introduction to a book on the subject. Put as much effort as you can put into that initial post as possible. New posts in the thread can be quotes from and links to news articles, but you want the OP to leave someone with a good introduction to the subject and why they should be interested in it, as well as include some hatefacts that even someone already interested in the subject might not have known.

I am going to start stickying threads that reasonably conform to these standards. If you do not start making good threads, your threads will be buried on page 3 past the threads that meet these standards. I am also going to start taking thread posting privileges away specifically from people who make unnecessary new threads and clutter the forum. On the carrot side, there will be some kind of reward for people who make really good threads.
 
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evolve into people throwing insults at thoughtful replies
no u

Rule 3: no vague bullshit click bait thread titles. β€œYou won’t believe what FloridaMan did now!” Fuck you. β€œHomeless drug addict eats man’s face in FL” is more concise and gets the idea of what the entire story is. You don’t get brownie points because I opened your thread. You just piss people off when it’s a 5 year old story they’ve already heard.

Rule 4: a description of the video or link you’re posting, because nigga I ain’t clicking that shit. If you can’t be bothered to take 10 seconds to write a brief description of the content you insist we should see then you should be beaten with a broom handle.
 

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Worse forum in history of forums.

Only one thread of 6 gorrilian worth reading...
 

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I made a satire thread and i have been punished as a fake news hoaxer. I submit that this be reversed.
You want to see a satire post?


This got over a million shares on facebook, counting all the boomer sites that plagiarized it.

1% of the US population read that on the Daily Stormer.

It was so widely shared that snopes had to "fact check" and "debunk" the obvious and hilarious satire


Your post, in contrast, was fucking garbage. It was a single fucking line of text. You deserve physical punishment for your shitty forum cluttering post. If you get raped by a pack of niggers, it will be your fault.
 

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Ugh, something awful megathreads. Thats a downgoat from me...

Having to jump into a 100 page thread to discuss a story is lame, destroys discussion more than anything. And what if the story was posted 50 pages ago? Bad on you for not having read literally every post on the forum bucko.

Megathreads are like... A feed? of sorts, browsing by megathread turns forum browsing into a form of social media browsing. It's a different experience for sure. But not sure why one needs a forum for this.

Media hoaxes, nigger riotousness, women being women.
These are also very broad categories. If categories are to be as broad as that, you might as well just make 10-15 sanctioned megathreads right now, state that these are the only threads that should be on the forum, this is now what the forum is about...
 

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you might as well just make 10-15 sanctioned megathreads right now, state that these are the only threads that should be on the forum
no, I want a balance with people being able to make new threads (and being rewarded for making really good ones) and people being discouraged from making absolutely useless garbage threads that are usually just a single link and a quote from that link that garner only like 4-7 replies over their lifetime
 

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Yes, can confirm that my favorite threads to read are ones where I learn something from them or provide useful content. Here is an example of a good thread that I watch closely because it actually teaches us something we can learn from and betters our cause through information sharing:


It's my favorite thread on here, and you can tell why when you compare it to "Lol, why dose this user have a top hat icon and not me!?!1?" threads that are ultimately frivolous and benign in nature. You have the ENTIRE ZOG INTERNET to chat about benign stuff and zog still will not care enough (yet) to silence you for it.

Thank goodness for the search function on the top right corner of the screen and the ability to watch threads, otherwise the cream of the crop sinks to the bottom.

Let us focus on what we can say here unhindered but will not be allowed on the greater internet, shall we?
 

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no, I want a balance with people being able to make new threads (and being rewarded for making really good ones) and people being discouraged from making absolutely useless garbage threads that are usually just a single link and a quote from that link that garner only like 4-7 replies over their lifetime
While I agree with that goal, I think that could be established by rule 2 alone.
 

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Hey @qanon why not have a subforum for cacheing the quality threads to?
 

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Hey @qanon why not have a subforum for cacheing the quality threads to?
If there's a general consensus that some threads are quality and some threads are not, it seems much more prudent to delete the non-quality content rather than segregate the quality content away from where people normally read the site. That just seems to incentivize the production of low quality content.
 

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If there's a general consensus that some threads are quality and some threads are not, it seems much more prudent to delete the non-quality content rather than segregate the quality content away from where people normally read the site. That just seems to incentivize the production of low quality content.
Fair point. I guess you can always pin the good ones...
Part of the problem for the board as I see it is choice of subforum categories. The BBS was more refined in this way - you could go on certain subforums and know to expect a bit more quality. People may wish to post about e.g. serious historical research in General but it gets neutered because General is full of shitposty topics and shitposty people. I get that AA wants the site to appeal to Zoomers and has chosen a style that encourages youthful high-jinks and shitposting. And therein is an aspect of the problems you outline.
A 'No Fun' subforum might encourage people wishing to present more serious deliberations and debates. 'Gentlemen's Parlor' is a fairly ambiguous sub looking for an identity tbh...
 
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The title of the post interested me. The actual topic didnt. If only a few topics are general can we have new rules for the general forum and can you move this forum over to a new one called FREE FOR ALL
. Because I like the random nature of this forum. The reason you might have something like a link is because it is news but you don't have enough to meet the standards of the news section which requires a copy of the text. How do you do that with a video. Also people put out questions, thoughts, random ideas. I think it's my favorite forum as is.
 

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The title of the post interested me. The actual topic didnt. If only a few topics are general can we have new rules for the general forum and can you move this forum over to a new one called FREE FOR ALL
. Because I like the random nature of this forum. The reason you might have something like a link is because it is news but you don't have enough to meet the standards of the news section which requires a copy of the text. How do you do that with a video.
Easy, you write a short 1-2 sentence summary of the video, so that people can understand what the discussion is about without having to click on a video.

If you cannot summarize the video then you obviously don't really care about it that much, and if you don't care about what you are posting I don't care about having to sort through it to read things people do put care into.

Rule 4: a description of the video or link you’re posting, because nigga I ain’t clicking that shit. If you can’t be bothered to take 10 seconds to write a brief description of the content you insist we should see then you should be beaten with a broom handle.
This was already perfectly answered by a poster above.

Also people put out questions, thoughts, random ideas. I think it's my favorite forum as is.
Then we can condense them all into a "questions, thoughts, ideas" thread -- can anyone explain to me why each question, each thought, or each random idea requires its own thread? Of course, if you have a question, thought, or random idea that you truly care about, you can put effort into fleshing it out a bit so it becomes viable as a thread OP.
 
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Easy, you write a short 1-2 sentence summary of the video, so that people can understand what the discussion is about without having to click on a video.

If you cannot summarize the video then you obviously don't really care about it that much, and if you don't care about what you are posting I don't care about having to sort through it to read things people do put care into.



This was already perfectly answered by a poster above.



Then we can condense them all into a "questions, thoughts, ideas" thread -- can anyone explain to me why each question, each thought, or each random idea requires its own thread? Of course, if you have a question, thought, or random idea that you truly care about, you can put effort into fleshing it out a bit so it becomes viable as a thread OP.
Your description does not meet the threshold for news category. I always comment on a video or why else post it. But it doesnt belong on news.
 

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Easy, you write a short 1-2 sentence summary of the video, so that people can understand what the discussion is about without having to click on a video.

If you cannot summarize the video then you obviously don't really care about it that much, and if you don't care about what you are posting I don't care about having to sort through it to read things people do put care into.



This was already perfectly answered by a poster above.



Then we can condense them all into a "questions, thoughts, ideas" thread -- can anyone explain to me why each question, each thought, or each random idea requires its own thread? Of course, if you have a question, thought, or random idea that you truly care about, you can put effort into fleshing it out a bit so it becomes viable as a thread OP.
I reread your post I took it as all the posts were off topic and you only want specific topics. And I like having various topics. If it is quality of posts than i can agree people need more than one sentence or just a link with no explanation. But I think there are quality threads in general discussions. I mean the vast majority.
 

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So eventually we have long threads that read like books on given subjects that are posted about here a lot.
Then you might want to consider adding another rule, which is outright banning consecutive shitposts. Nothing derails a thread more than having half a dozen shitposts made by the same retard within the timespan of 5 minutes underneath every other well thought out reply which ultimately gets buried because of it. All because retards want to increase their post counts or upboats enough to get some kind of special rapist badge or what exactly, I never understood.

Offtopic, I would be interested in an alabaster rapist badge.
 

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Then you might want to consider adding another rule, which is outright banning consecutive shitposts. Nothing derails a thread more than having half a dozen shitposts made by the same retard within the timespan of 5 minutes underneath every other well thought out reply which ultimately gets buried because of it. All because retards want to increase their post counts or upboats enough to get some kind of special rapist badge or what exactly, I never understood.
This is also an excellent rule people should abide by. It is certainly a problem I have seen on this forum, but also to be resolved after the first problem which is too many low-effort threads.
 

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no, I want a balance with people being able to make new threads (and being rewarded for making really good ones) and people being discouraged from making absolutely useless garbage threads that are usually just a single link and a quote from that link that garner only like 4-7 replies over their lifetime
Are poll threads All right?
 
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