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In Progress

* Overboard (testing phase);

* Filenames on Firefox fix;

* Range bans;

* Tor ID fix;

* Screencap fix;

* Last 50 posts;

* Other random fixes.


* Updated the FAQ.


* Added new formatting options.


* Added filename download options;

* Added OpenIB and credits to the footer.


* Fixed flags.


* Added character limit to reports.


* Fixed claim.html.


* Fixed banner system.


* Added minor tweaks to moderation dashboards.


* Created /delete/ board for DMCAs.


* Restored requested boards;

* Fixed create.php.


* Fixed static pages.


* Removed all IPs from board logs.


* Board logs temporarily disabled after discovered IP leak.


* Implemented new IP hash system,

* Finished conversion to OpenIB, with bigger focus on security. https://github.com/OpenIB/OpenIB


* Destroyed Sunshine database, destroyed key.


* Got hacked.

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OpenIB and the future

Earlier today, 8chan was down for maintenance so we could finish the OpenIB conversion, which means several security issues and vulnerabilities were patched. Now, every single IP, including those of global volunteers, board owners, and board volunteers, is hashed. In practical terms, if we ever get hacked again, the hacker won't be able to leak IPs as easily. This should have happened before because it's such an obvious oversight, but I guess that's what happens when you inherit byzantine code. Anyway, no more excuses.

Board owners and volunteers probably already noticed range bans and post histories are disabled. I am bringing it back as soon as possible (most likely today), with a maximum range ban of /24 (that is, 256 addresses) because the current limit of /16 is just way too much power in the hands of anyone and may lead to major disruption of legitimate discussion on some boards.

Since the audits are now complete, I am also happy to announce create.php will be back as soon as the bugs with the new update are resolved.

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The IP Leak Situation

What happened exactly?

After the April hack, I forked infinity, which is what 8chan used to run on, and created OpenIB. However, 8chan's legacy code is very complex - it has a lot of technical debt accumulated over the years and there are unintended consequences every time we change something. This time, there was a problem with the migration itself. When 8chan switched to OpenIB, the IPs of banned users that were hashed up until then (using a vanity function to make hashes look prettier) became unhashed, a major security fuckup that I'm fixing right now. The reason: we believed we had removed every single IP from the 8chan database, but we ended up overlooking the moderation logs.

Who was affected?

Every 8chan user that was either a) unbanned by a board owner or volunteer or b) had all his or her posts deleted (using the [D+] function) by a board owner or volunteer. Again, the bug did not affect users that were only banned. They had to be unbanned for the raw IPs to show up. Unfortunately, this security breach affected every 8chan board with public logs. Some board owners rightly made their board logs private to protect users from having their IPs archived. After learning of the breach, the public log function was disabled and will remain disabled until I remove all the IPs from the database.

Does this have anything to do with Sunshine?

No, Sunshine is not a part of OpenIB (whose code you can inspect for yourself at https://github.com/OpenIB/OpenIB). Both Sunshine database and the corresponding private key were deleted right after the hack. This security breach occurred as a result of the OpenIB migration.

What's next?

We're working on this issue. The database is being audited for existing IPs, which will be purged and deleted when the audit is complete. After we make sure IPs are not at all in the database, board logs will be back. Board owners will then be able to reenable logs for transparency purposes.

Next, we will address the board recovery requests that are still pouring in (>>36710). Once that is done, I will 1) only delete boards with zero posts and 2) finally bring create.php back. Just to make things crystal-clear: board deletion will only affect zero-post boards, that is, boards that were created and have had absolutely no posts during their lifetime.

Yes, I got egg on my face and, yes, I do see the irony in deploying "security-focused" imageboard software that brings about such a gigantic security breach. I'm aware.

I'm very sorry to those anons who were affected by this, especially those that ended up having their IPs archived. There's a thread here on /sudo/ about what it means to have your IP leaked, it might be of interest to those who were affected >>34073.

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Sunlight on Sunshine

About Sunshine

Earlier, Sunshine came to my attention again after the source code for it was posted on freech's /intb/ board (https://archive.is/6sPs7#selection-2161.0-2205.53). Since users were concerned about it, I investigated the Sunshine code and looked back through my logs to figure out exactly when it was created, why it was created, for what purpose, and exactly what it does.


Sunshine was created on October 9, 2015.


On October 8, 2015, the 8chan Administrator (who, at the time, was Hotwheels) received an email from the American authorities, who were concerned about a post on 8chan threatening an attack against a school in the Houston area (http://archive.is/lVsJe). Because of their incompetence, the 8chan Admin received a scanned picture of a photocopy of a printed 8chan post (pic related). The post in the picture (dated October 1, 2015) indeed contained a threat against a school in the Houston area, but due to the bureaucracy of the authorities, it arrived approximately a week too late and the original post had already been deleted.


Sunshine was created by Hotwheels on October 9, 2015 after we discussed a way to make sure kids didn't get killed. It was meant to help prevent potential school shootings in the future if the shooter(s) happened to post specific threats on 8chan (i.e., bomb threats, shootings, etc.). Sunshine was neither an imposition nor a request by third parties. The pros of Sunshine were believed to outweigh the cons.

What Does It Do?

Sunshine takes the IP address and message of a poster, pads it with a few bytes of junk data, encrypts it using a RSA pub key, then stores the encrypted data. This data remains in encrypted form with decryption only possible by Hotwheels. With the way it is set up, nobody will be able to read anything on the Sunshine database unless they get access to Hotwheels' laptop.

Sunshine Security

When creating Sunshine, Hotwheels used a 2048-bit RSA public/private key pair with the openssl_private_decrypt() and openssl_public_encrypt() functions. The public key was stored on the server as sunshine.pem and the private key was stored on Hotwheels' laptop offsite - precisely because Hotwheels thought 8chan could be hacked one day (it was and here we are). Hotwheels told me which folder the key was in on his laptop in case he ever suddenly died and I needed to use Sunshine.

When Was It Used?

8chan gets around half a dozen requests per year from the authorities, mostly because of threats. Usually the authorities are quick and the data is still on the boards. According to my records, Sunshine was successfully used exactly once to help the Australian authorities.

How Long Was Sunshine Active?

Sunshine ran from its inception until early 2016, a period of turmoil for 8chan. During the Great Posting Crisis, it was culled to gain performance and improve posting. Sunshine was re-enabled in September 2016 and remained active until April 1, 2017. Sunshine is now disabled and will remain disabled on 8chan.

The Way Forward

I will be open-sourcing 8chan again and Sunshine will be included as a commit with instructions for any future imageboard admins who might want to use it. I have since asked Hotwheels to destroy the Sunshine private key and, on April 4, 2017 at exactly 09:56am GMT, Hotwheels destroyed it, thus ensuring Sunshine can never be unencrypted.

Of course, I have chat logs and emails to back this up, which is why I am able to give you so many details on such short notice.

Now that this is out of the way, I have mod.php to fix, boards to restore, and a website to run.

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Apparently this is where I ask

What is pink text for?

<This shit I mean

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Here's a feature suggestion, inspired by the recent text formatting additions.

Let BOs create their own custom text formatting. For example, you could make:

^hello world

Display as:

^hello world

But in blue



Display as:


but in green.

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<I enjoy digging through shit to see the ancient shitposts fam

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Codemonkey, are you passionate about 8chan? Are you passionate about online communities and culture?

How have they effected your life? Do you think they're magical places?

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sudo call out (((jew)))

Dear mod-sama

I was wondering where the changelog went for the site. And why you made it easier to parse html for when we call out (((them))). If this is already explained somewhere I am a faggot.



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The time has come to depose the BO and moderators of /pol/.

Despite the current technical issues, there is a fundamental problem with the way this site is being run. That being the site staff refusing to follow their own site-wide rules and holding accountable moderators and board owners who violate them. Never mind the site staff refusing to recognize and address users’ comments and concerns on the matter.

According to the rules, BOs aren’t allowed to ruin their own boards. However, in this case the BO–whoever it is–is nowhere to be seen. Between imkikey’s random bans (proven to not only be against the site rules, but to be in violation of zero board rules), bumplocking quality threads and littering the catalog with clickbait, he has done everything to sabotage discussion on /pol/ and thin out the userbase. YOU ARE THE SITE OWNER. YOU HAVE THE ANALYTICS. LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENED SINCE 2014 AND TELL US WE ARE WRONG. Just a quick glance at the moderation and ban logs stand as testimony to that.

If you don’t want /pol/ to die–and with it the site–remove the BO and moderators of /pol/. Nothing else needs to change. Codemonkey, you have already PERSONALLY disallowed this fucking faggot from posting in some other board. I forget which. You understand what it is and what it represents. The quality of /pol/ can only improve based on the removal of this faggot.

What follows is irrefutable proof of violations of both site rules and board rules, as well as violations of US law. WE DEMAND A RESPONSE ON THIS ISSUE.



Here are the archives of the first two threads. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE INSTANTLY BANNED IF YOU POST A DIRECT LINK TO ANY /sudo/ THREAD ON /pol/, OR TO EITHER OF THESE ARCHIVE LINKS. This is in complete violation of every rule the site has.

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Daily reminder all these threads about /pol/ moderation are shill ops created with the intent to kill the board if not replace all moderation with goons.

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Feature request

Hey Codemonkey,

When I am making a post with a large file attached, I always seem to go through this process:

1. Wait for the file to upload

2. Get prompted with the captcha

3. Wait for the file to upload a second time

Also, I sometimes have a similar problem with captchas expiring.

1. Wait for a file to upload

2. (While the file is uploading the captcha expires)

3. Get a expired captcha message

4. Go back to step 1

This seems like a waste of bandwidth. Actually, it seems like an incredible waste of bandwidth for the site since I'm probably not the only person who has to re-upload files twice all the time. Could you possibly get the site to prompt users for a captcha (and confirm the captcha) before they do any uploading?

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UNIX Filenames back?

>only on /k/ and /v/

>doesnt work


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Is this possible to manage your board via Tor service? My browser gives me endless redirects error when I try to login via .onion service.

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Just hit me. Joshua null moon is probably the one who hacked the site.

Lmao how can one guy be so butthurt

Can't believe I didn't figure this out sooner

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Dear sh/int/skins, goons, JIDF and assorted degenerates

It has been almost three years of you (unsuccessfully) trying to take down 8chan. Despite hacks, DDOSes, domain name seizure, spam and innumerable threads, threats and histrionics you have been unsuccessful. Not only that but you have firmly placed /pol/ as the #1 board on 8chan, which it was never supposed to be. Your fixation only made the board stronger.

I know you will continue to be unsuccessful, and you will fail at everything for the rest of your natural lives. You will continue to attack this site, you will attack Ron, Jim, and anybody you can. You have only succeeded at hurting the feelings of a cripple who was only guilty of trying to do a cool thing on the internet. A cripple who was taken advantage of by jews and has been mocked and belittled his entire life. You hurt his feelings and he retired from public life, but his dream lives every day and there is nothing you can do about it. You may have killed the hotman, but you can never kill his idea.

Cripplechan will live or die, fail or win, irrespective of your pathetic efforts. There will probably be more hacks, more attacks, more failures and leaks (it is Cripplechan), but you have no part of any of it. You invite derision and justly so, even fail as failures.

I salute your failure.

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This is what Josh chan looks like

Now this m007 or whatever that site owners handle is, he is most likely a Josh lackey serving as a proxy for PHP Pro. Josh is still massively butthurt over the embarrassing failure that was infinity next and is trying as hard as possible to recover from it.

However lets take a good look at the site and laugh at it. Looks like all the pedos that got booted from here ended up there on pedo Josh's proxy run site

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Invalid or no HTTP Referer

I have tried everything I could think of. Tried bareback Chrome, IE, Firefox, cleaned all cookies and tracking from both, also used CC cleaner to finish the job.

Whenever I try to reply it asks for Captcha but it doesnt load, so I open new link, complete captcha, then when I try to post I get "Your browser sent an Invalid or no HTTP Referer".

Also tried it with a VPN, still same error.

Finally tried with Tor, enabled cookies for the chan I'm trying to post on. It asks for Captcha but captcha doesnt load like above, open new link, complete capcha, try to reply, it asks for another captcha. This time it doesn't give the invalid referer error.

This error has been driving me nuts, haven't been able to post for weeks, someone please help.

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Idiots better learn the difference between /int/ and /intl/

If you knew the history you would know that these are two different boards. /int/ began like the name suggests, as the corresponding board to 4chan /int/. While it is a low traffic board now, once upon a time it was a fairly active and reasonably fun board. Then a bunch of garbage posting mongoloids of unknown origin landed in /int/. This group is what is known as /intl/. They regularly spammed and trashed the board and staged chimpouts every time the mods took action against them. The /intl/ invaders also regularly went and raided other boards such as /pol/ in turn giving the /int/ board a bad name

The /intl/ invasion along with some other problems such as posting errors made a lot of /int/ regulars leave the board and go back to krautchan or 4chan or wherever they originally came from. Meanwhile the /intl/ invaders when they realized that they couldn't make /int/ bend to their whims, went and formed their own board which later came to be known as /intl/.

Hilariously this new /intl/ board didn't last too long because angry posters from other boards who /intl/ had raided previously. saw a perfect opportunity for revenge. They spammed the fuck out of this new /intl/ board and then the board was finally killed when it was targeted by bui with 24 hour nuke making the board unusable. then /intl/ invaders tried creating a series of successor boards which too were targeted by revenge spammers and bui.

Finally /intl/ was run out of this site and they tried making a home in a few other sites some of which ended up getting ddosed before ultimately settling down in what is now known as a freech.

So this moron who made this thread >>37497 reveals himself to be a newfag when he can't tell the difference between /int/ and /intl/

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Why is it still not a moderation option to give out a warning instead of a ban, thereby giving more options for mods to not trigger the 'tisms of some lesser shitposters, or heck help newfags learn a given board's posting expectations.

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This is a thread for Jim regarding /pol/

This board was once a great bastion of history and data with enthusiastic National Socialism based threads.

The mods and vols did a great job at first and this was a RedPill center of the darkest reaches of the web.

Those days are long gone. Mods you've allowed this board to be filled with cuckchan and Plebbit tier OPs and slide threads galore. /sp/ fags are even here now and it's getting worse. If you care about this board or it's future you will resign or Jim will replace you.

I know that this will probably be bumplocked but I assure you zero fucks are given and George Lincoln Rockwell is smiling from above reading this honest message to the mods.

Everyone here notices the two dozen daily slide threads and cuckchan faggotry that's allowed to continue. This is like a fucking yahoo forums at this point. No serious redpilling threads. No legit investigations. What the fuck is this now? It's in the shadows of its former glory. It's pretty sad tbh.

New moderation who will come in with an iron first and be active 8-10hrs a day deleting this fucking trash on the board is needed. I'd rather have 3 threads a day that are quality hell even one or two than twenty that feels like cuckchan. The sad part is even cuckchan minus the hundreds of shills equate to more progress in 2017 than this board. You all know it. I know it. Mods know it. I will be also posting this on /sudo/ and reaching out to Jim directly. It's time for a change.


Archive of /pol/ thread http://archive.is/aDbCb

Jim listen to the users. /pol/ needs new management now. Period.

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Missing "What Is Alacrity" from FAQ

>click link

>get nothing on alacrity daemon

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I think we should come up with a way to advertise smaller boards directly onto the already existing ones.

I don't know if this is something that interests the administration directly, but I still think it's worth discussing.

A lot of users are very discontent with how the bigger boards are being managed, unfortunately because of the general lack of users there is absolutely no alternative to them. Even people that do want to find better places to discuss things end up going back to where they came from because every other board is completely dead.

Not to mention the smaller boards that don't have any connection to the big ones, those have absolutely no chance of ever getting new users.

Here's my few thoughts on how this could be solved:

>Use the mostly unused right side of the site while browsing boards as a place to relay information about the rest of the site.

You already have all those nifty "latest threads", "Most active threads" working in the homepage, problem is, almost nobody visits the homepage.

Even on smaller monitors the whole right side of the site is almost always empty, this could be used to not only fill it, but to actually help other boards.

If you think it would be annoying, that's fine, it could easily be made to be collapsable.

>Instead of linking random boards in the really small bar at the top, have that list remain static for a few days (maybe a week) and give it more space

This way it can barely be seen, there's a lot of space around the text area, that space could be used to show more info about each of those boards.

>Have an account on some social media that features a board every once in a while

I remember when Hotwheels linked >>>/tikilounge/ from the official 8chan twitter, that brought a lot of new users to the board and managed to stay active for a while before the novelty of it wore off.

Having a featured board, either displayed here, or on the official twitter, could do wonders for smaller boards.

I know a lot of these suggestions would require the standard imageboard template to be changed, but I really think it could be beneficial to the site as a whole, and they're at least worth a test run.

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Expanding threads is borked, you have to hit [click to expand] for every post in the thread.

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May I have an official explanation as to why posting images over Tor has been blocked?

Thank you, Codemonkey.

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90% of users don't even know what the Screencap button does.

In its current state, the Screencap button is just a dedicated "Eat 2.5gb of RAM and crash my browser" button.

Can we at least get an option to remove the Screencap button in the Options menu or something?

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Can we please have the filesize limit increased?

One of the best improvements Librechan had was the 20 MB limit.

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*Added raw IPs to logs

*Fixed quick reply to open new tab

*Removed banners and claims

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>boards go back in time

>posts missing

what the FUCK

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Tiny technical issue


I'm a frequent visitor of a board on 8chan, and I've noticed, that if you use the Hide function in the Catalogue, after some time, as the hidden threads reach the lower pages (around 4 or 5) they become unhidden. If I hide a really active thread, that stays in the first 2 pages, it stays hidden.

I want to ask, if this is a technical problem, or the Hide function only works on certain levels, like from this page to that page, and then below the last specified page, it doesn't function anymore, because it's unnecessary?

If it's a technical problem, then this thread is an error report. If not, then I'm just curious to know.

Oh, and also I've noticed that if you use the built-in Screenshot function, it doesn't save any images. Why is that? Some posts are only cool/funny/understandable with the pics attached, and this function is kinda useless if it only saves the texts.


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Make default comment box like this


You see how the comment box is here on this board? There comment box is AMAZING. I demand the admins make it the default comment box for all boards, replacing the words with those icons.

If anyone has the CSS code for it also, I'm going to add that on my board, I fucking love there comment box.

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Bring back the +50 feature

A couple of years ago, 8chan had a +50 feature that could reduce a thread with 700+ posts to just showing the last 50 posts. Since my browser has trouble handling long threads, would it be possible to bring this feature back?

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so, apparently ip hashes are universal cross site, which enables vols to track users cross boards if they php several. why is this?

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Is it me or have all site features returned to normality? If so


if not, what remains?

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holy fuck, add an option to disable these shitty new text formats

(((this is an eyesore, keep this shitty meme to /pol/ boards)))

<this is outright made up and looks mega retarded, it baffles me as to why you'd want to implement this

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Why the living fuck did you change how files can be downloaded!

The new way of saving files involving a click to the filename and the dropdown option doesn't work, because the dropdown menu isn't rightclickable. leftclicking the options merely opens the file in a new tab.

Why did you try to fix what wasn't broken, making it unusable?

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Daily reminder that /int*/ are not shilling fullchan as they are pathetic poorfags that don't even have enough computer for that.

Pic related. What /int*/ actually believes.

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I am genuinely sorry for all the bullshit that you have to wade through on this board. It's unfitting for any administrator on any website.

The people on this website are genuinely some of the most immature, childish, foolish people on the earth. But a decent thread can be found on certain boards, so I stick around.

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/r/'ing a pastebin or such like repository of chan theme CSS if anyone knows where that is

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2~ year ago there was a board hosted here detailing the history of text and imageboards but I can't find it.

wat do?

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can /intl/ please come back? This site is boring.

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Another Filenames Thread

Now that Codemonkey's paying attention to the board again I would like to bring up the return to Unix filenames which hasn't happened yet, probably for a wide variety of reasons.

Why I would like them back:

1) Organization of files by date, and having to individually name each file for a non-ugly file is a pain in the ass

2) Tradition; unix filenames are something of a hallmark of imageboards

3) Sheerly to spite the sperglord who insists filenames are not broken and that people having problems with Save as original filename… even on Chrome or Firefox and Windows 7/8 are using "meme browsers"/"meme OSes", and spamming will magically make those haters go away

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This was a really well-thought out choice of feature to add, congrats

Seriously, is this what you had planned for April Fools' Day before you got hacked?

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>post something

>stays at 100% for 4-5 minutes before actually posting

>report something

>report page 502s multiple times

But at least we have freech's backwards meme arrow!

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Instead of downloading the file as "filename.jpg" or "725ed3s623523sdrg0840395t34t0h.jpg", add a reversed date in front of it like this: "170619_filename.jpg"

Congratulations, the files now get sorted neatly in your folders and autists will stop whining. You can even do this with javascript and nothing else.

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Some global moderator by the name of YogaPig is deleting entire threads and banning users on my board over nudes, stating the reason as "DMCA".

If nudes are considered copyrighted material then maybe we should treat OC as copyrighted material as well and start banning random anons for reposting it, no?

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where is the orange text ron?<

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Is OpenIB completely open-source, or do you keep certain features hidden/secret?

If so, why is this the case?

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Make topbar display on the catalog


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Image Filenames

>hover image filename that's been truncated to a set amount followed by a set of ellipses

>'Save as original/unixtime filename'

>"What the fuck is this?"

>click on it; opens a dialog menu and even hovering "Save as original filename" link preview doesn't give me the actual filename

I fucking hate this. It was almost perfect but now I have to load the full image every single fucking time i want to see the filename, almost perfect.

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Is it possible to fix Youtube embeds? Whenever I fullscreen an embedded video here, I get this bullshit pop-up:

I know it is site-specific, and apparently it has to do with a "rel" parameter not being set to "0", which as far as I can tell is out of my control. Shit's annoying, though.

There is apparently no way to block with adblock, but with ublock it can be blocked with "www.youtube.com##.ytp-scroll-min.ytp-pause-overlay"

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How do I make flags show up on my board? where is the option for it?

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What the fuck is this shit? Why is this even a thing? Are you TRYING to make board moderation harder? You expect actually useful reports to be made in such a small limit? Or do you want all reports to be useless shit like "shill" so moderators have to guess at what the problem is?

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Reminder board management via http://oxwugzccvk3dk6tj.onion/mod.php needs to be fixed.

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can I get thread deleted? I'm panicking like mad.


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Can we do something about the constant dickspam that is plaguing /b/ every night?

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Board redirecting to another board


Recently I've decided I wanted to play around with mods stuff and I decided to claim and maybe revive /cats/. For some reason it redirects to /a/. I've looked around and noticed there is no setting for a redirect like this so I figure it must be a bug. How should I proceed?

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I claimed a board shortly before the hack, and both the login information I created for it and the original login information I had been giving aren't working. My board is falling into chaos. Who can I contact about this?

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Any chance of getting this working again?


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Why no text uploads?

I was just exploring the openIB source code and noticed that .zip and .txt files are in the config, but they're commented out.

Why is this? Uploading .txt files would be great since you wouldn't have to use an external paste website for sharing some text.

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This is a Tor test.

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https:// redirect

Why isn't there an option to redirect me to the https:// version of the 8chan in [Options]?

No, I'm not going to download HTTPS Everymeme or use slow ass Tor.

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Good fucking job.

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Are banners broken?

The option to add them is missing from my board.

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Getting a "You are not a mod" when following the instructions on 404 page to fix a broken thread.


Doing something wrong?

pic related

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how does the public banlist work

see subject. i want to publicly display the banlist (transparency and all that). i have an option in the settings to make the list public, but once i do, what is the url to it? i am aware of the global banlist (bans.html), but what is the board-specific banlist url if i choose to make it public?

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Why does /jav/ keeps on redirecting to /a/?

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Reply Glitch?

I am a board owner and for some reason the replies on my board seem to be glitchy. On my BO account I can see new replies quickly but I can't on my computer not using a BO account or on my phone not using a BO account until after I reply to them from my BO account. Any particular reason this would be happening?

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Any edits to the CSS don't go through, no matter how many times I "Save changes" or refresh the page to re-submit the code, the CSS stays the same. Making a post on the board does nothing also.

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What is the purpose of these two options?

Are they broken or what?

>Enable inlining

>Hide inlined backlinked posts

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Can we get to banning Australian IPs? They're shitting up /int/

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claim.html is broken

claim.html is not updating