>>https://fchan.xyz/g/FC4DFD76 any recommendations on a policy? I just have it to where you can easily moderate posts.As far as limiting posts, that will have to be implemented better.
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AdminAnon you may want to get your torposting policy sorted out before some sperg comes and ruins everything. Please be generous to tor posters, I hate not being able to post images.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/B50279D5 If it becomes a problem you should probably block posting from tor nodes until you develop code to handle it properly. -8chan did it by only allowing tor posters to post images (which meant allowing OP posts without images). This stops most of the CP but not spamming. -I think 9chan allowed tor posters to post images, but only if they had been seen before (hash whitelist I think) and not deleted by mods. This is an improvement. -If you want to go Next Gen™ maybe have a 4chan pass-style system upon which tor posters can deposit crypto but lose it if they abuse their privilege to post illegal content. Not sure how this would fit in with the federated model. It would probably be up to each node/instance operator but a hidden service (onion URI) would be nice too. Nice work though, this is pretty cool as-is.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/B50279D5 > any recommendations on a policy? I just have it to where you can easily moderate posts.As far as limiting posts, that will have to be implemented better. it''s a little tricky. tor is used by people for a good reason but can also be abused. block all or allow all. i think moderation of material is the way to go.. for now. if the spam from tor users ever gets out of hand you can restrict access from tor exit nodes easily enough.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/B50279D5 https://check.torproject.org/torbulkexitlist Any instances that don''t want to deal with bullshit should block TOR exit nodes. Look up "tor exit nodes list." I don''t believe you have to block bridges since those are just relays but please correct me if I''m wrong.
when are you going to switch to Linux Mint and get real world work done?
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/25FB4DC5 I''m using Linux Mint right now and I can confirm that I''m an productive piece of shit, even more than previously. That''s why I''m posting here - so even the government can''t make me be productive.
I want to install GNU/Linux on my laptop, its an Asus zephyrus. I used Unetbootin to install Ubuntu on my desktop a while ago until i needed to switch back for software purposes. unlike the the desktop where i only had to install Gpu drivers, my laptop has a quiet a lot of drivers/bloat, does this change anything about the installation or should i go about it in the same why i did my desktop. also is there anything better for making iso disk images then unetbootin, and what distro do i run? I''m thinking either Tails or manjaro.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/949695ED On your ubuntu machine use dd to create your iso. I would recommend debian. From my understanding you shouldnt have to worry about driver bloat if using linux. There is a lot of generic drivers that just werk in current year
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/CDCB3DDB thank you i will try it, also what can i do to make Debian more secure. I like how tails functions but i feel its somewhat limiting for everyday normal use since its not really made to be a daily driver.
Reject torrent, Return to P2P. Take the DC++ pill.
CSS >links arent blue so you dont really know if it is one >huge fucking wall of nothing on the top of the page move sutff like name, options, subject to the left of comment >hadnt tested but i hope that you odnt have to solve captcha every time like on 8kun you could also add an easy way of doing rss so there are notifications and remove pictures from /prog/ is there some sort of filter for nsfw pictures? I''m not sure whats exactly the point of this if i cannot reply to posts from different instances and there are not accounts so its effectively centralized but i might be the retard here because im not 100% sure does activitypub work i hope you dont save ips or anything17 replies and 1 images, Click here to view all.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/FC655D69 Another bug class I saw was that your escaping code seems to incorrectly escape single quotes to double quotes under some unclear conditions (is it when there are two '' single-quotes in the same line '' ?)
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/49CE59AE Those are both "one single-quote" by the way, so that seems to be the trigger. Another problem that I tested just now is that noko seems broken: it gives me a "new thread view" where the post I''m replying to is the "OP" and the only other post in the thread is mine. I don''t know if this is intentional (threaded view?) or a bug.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/49CE59AE sigle quotes break postgresql, I have to implement a better parsing process for single quotes, this is just the temp solution. To escape a single quote is psql you double it with another thats why there are two ` >>https://fchan.xyz/g/EA456E17 its probably a bug, I am noko this post and see
>>https://0x00000000.xyz/b/D3D9AA5F Every language has a reliable, standard method for string escape that won''t fuck your shit up like that. Look into so-called prepared statements, it''s usually in the same lexicon or closeby. Do not do your own manual escaping, ever, it''s a recipe to invite clever escape mechanisms and open yourself up to sqli. Also consult pgsql "escape strings" (E notation).
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