Vote: Wordfilter troon, tr00n and other variations to "Troon, Ayrshire"
Proposal: Wordfilter troon/tr00n etc. to "cute girl"
Please vote for both proposals if you accept both, or only one, if you are only in support of one. If you are voting against, please vote against both, unless you only oppose one vote. The proposal with the most 'for' votes will be accepted (unless neither pass).
Vote: Consider all leftychan raid posts, threads or derails either /meta/ (if actually containing good-faith discussion and not just trolling) or deletable.
If it is a non-trolling derail within the thread, the mod should capcode announce that the offending conversation has been moved to a relevant /meta/ thread, so as to cleanly remove the derail.
vote for "cute girl", will probably make them angrier >>12177
Vote for both, but I prefer Troon, Ayrshire if it comes down to it. 'cute girl' is potentially funny but seems a bit too chasery. Besides what about transmen hmm?>>12177
I find their nonsense sort of funny, so I dunno really. I guess I abstain for now.>>12178
filter troon to
Totally Ravishing Object of Obsessive Need
I support both, don't mind either but prefer "cute girl">>12177
You'll have to make that a proposal, this is the voting topic. Funny tho.
I vote for “cute girl”,
I vote for "catboy"
I love how you guys let a fucking fbi.gov drama whore influence your decisions these days, kek.
How do you define "good faith?"
>>12176>Vote: Wordfilter troon, tr00n and other variations to "Troon, Ayrshire"
Vote for "Troon, Ayrshire">Proposal: Wordfilter troon/tr00n etc. to "cute girl"
This website doesn't have a Díscord server schizo
Yes it does, the matrix
Gore was already banned tho, read the manifesto.
Vote yes for cute girl.
Transbros r real but pol seemingly has no idea they exist.>>12177
I think we should just keep on ignoring them. They are basically a crazy ex at this point. Don't capcode or grant them attention.>>12178
Vote yes assuming the gist of this is that apolitical and severe gore is banned and topical/relevant and political e.g. agitprop or combat/protest related gore is allowed with a spoiler and clear indication that it includes gore (so basically the status quo minus rekt threads) of course media showing more minor bodily harm or death should be allowed. Just not gratuitous and senseless displays of gore and human suffering.
ignore him, he's just an obsessed leftychan dramafag making shit up
Voting against more wordfilters. Anyone saying 'troon' looks pathetic enough already.>>12177
Voting for . There's a public, intentional effort by a group of users to cause drama. Anons have expressed annoyance with threads being derailed to bring up old split drama. There is no reason for it to be discussed outside /meta/.>>12178
Currently against. Gore is considered shock material like scat and fetish porn. I see no issue with it if it's signposted and spoilered (just like hardcore porn threads) but similarly to incel threads, I also see how it encourages an edgy atmosphere that is more welcome on other imageboards.
cringe and gay as fuck. I'd say no to both but if I had to choose, at least the Ayrshire one is actually funny and creative, and not reeking of nauseatingly liberal/weeb terminology.
<traps = trans (ignoring that Felix specifically crossdresses as an offset to his Mistress' Tomboyish social image and personal behavior, not because they identify as a girl).
<using the nasty goblin Shapiro for this
If your "validity" is based on someone else telling you are a girl (especially if they have ideological reasons to validate you)… you need to stop being naive. If you're trans, you're pretty sure that you are, if you're having a lot of doubts, you're probably just confused and stressed. Transitioning is a commitment you should consider heavily and objectively before engaging in it.
>inb4 "muh /pol/"
I have nothing against trans people, but if you actually care about these people, and aren't just shilling ideological dogma, you have to think about individual people and the needs they personally have, and not the social trends radlibs and glowfags on social media shill. People shouldn't "encourage" them because people need to make their decisions independently.
Please keep off-topic out of /meta/.
Fair enough, just responding to the /GET/-tier meme. >>12224
This is supposed to be replying to >>12176
and I forgot to link it.
>>12177>Consider all leftychan raid posts, threads or derails either /meta/ (if actually containing good-faith discussion and not just trolling) or deletable
I agree with this part. I would vote yes with the caveat that I mentioned earlier, that we should continue to ignore them and avoid giving them any more attention by making public announcements.>>12224>>12227>>12277Actually according to the author the light novels are canon and in one of the latest releases "Felix" expresses her gender dysphoria and female identity and adopts the name Ferris. So canonically she is trans
>>12176>Proposal: Wordfilter troon/tr00n etc. to "cute girl"
yes to this one>>12177>Vote: Consider all leftychan raid posts, threads or derails either /meta/ (if actually containing good-faith discussion and not just trolling) or deletable.>If it is a non-trolling derail within the thread, the mod should capcode announce that the offending conversation has been moved to a relevant /meta/ thread, so as to cleanly remove the derail.
yes to this>>12178>Vote: Explicitly ban gore, with the exceptions of topical or relevant gore (eg war footage) which should be spoilered and clearly described.
qualified yes. gore needs to be defined. We need a clear definition of what counts as gore.
>>12298>Felix" expresses her gender dysphoria and female identity and adopts the name Ferris
Actually that isn't true at all. This is misinterpretation by social media shills, the problem I really have in this "muh anime trans girl" bullshit. Video related: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QL_n5BIv7ac&ab_channel=Jakez123
no fuk u give tran man fillter with based man or mum gay
There have been 5 votes for banning gore, but no rationale apart from (to summarize) it doesn't contribute to the site, which applies to most of /siberia/.
It seems the real issue is with /i/diots using it as a controversial issue to incite drama to try and ruin the site, but I haven't yet seen a convincing reason why gore itself (as a legitimate interest topic, suitably spoilered and declared) is any less acceptable than BBC, furry porn, or other 'deviant' and frequently revolting interests. Just don't click the spoilers and hide the thread.
It really feels like most of the recent rules have been 'stop liking what I don't like' and that's a destructive precedence. The solution should be to stop tolerating dramafags, not to ban their topic-of-the-day. Please reconsider your positions on this vote.
Gore is already banned though. This vote doesn't really change anything but we might as well confirm it.
Why should we confirm it? Why is it banned if it's not posted recklessly or in bad faith?
Incase you haven't noticed the jannies here are the drama whores with Avatar fags to boot, mod.
the fundamental issue as to why these votes have gotten more prominence recently when in the past we did it more informally as anti-raider tactics as you talk of is largely because of the big conversation we had a week or two ago about the ruleset and how it could be vague and unclear on what was situationaly banned and what wasn't. we largely aren't voting on a perma-ban on gore within the ruleset, hell, we are already effectively banning gore a la what you suggest now (targeted against the /i/ raiders mostly), but the codification of it as outright banned within the ruleset would deter most people from posting it and inadvertently getting banned, while like the idpol rule we could situationaly allow (and very explicitly and strictly moderate) the conversation so it can be "productive", however much productive gore threads can ever be.
tl;dr its a half-measure with a load of legalese innuendo meant to make it clear that we have a strict mandate to ban gore threads as needed, but as per most of our rules, there is enough flexibility to allow threads as we deem fit. unless we make a good solution to having a short list of de-facto banned things, this sort of de-jure system is the best way to not get innocent randoms caught in the crossfire of banning raiders.theoretically anyways, I don't think we ever had a gore thread in siberia prior, so I kinda imagine this is all just a giant spam effort by outside actors, but I digress.
"Troon, Ayshire" is my winner.>>12177
The fact there is no history of gore on our site before recently suggests to me a blanket ban wouldn't for the moment make a difference. I do agree on the general idea of a /b/ style board.
At the rate wordfilters are being, the average thread is going to look like the end results of a Mad Libs game with the original topic of discussion completed obfuscated. Grow a spine, not every phrase or concept mods dislike deserves a wordfilter.
>>12813>everyone proposing wordfilters is a mod
Take a chill pill.>>12813
I am not gonna make a list but they are exclusively swear words (anti-spam) and one other.
>>12810>"Troon, Ayshire" is my winner.
True, but they do make a point, too many filters really do make conversations sound like Mad Libs game.
has something to do with cows or live stock ?
Isn't that a bit too incendiary ?
Can't you use a random noun from the dictionary for the word filter, at least that will cause occasionally hilarious results. Or instead of a dictionary take a list of all the nouns from a novel that is known for having spicy language for a bit of extra fun.
troon = cute girl
trooning out = doing cute things
If that's incendiary you're really on the wrong site. It's a joke filter, not a censor. >nouns
Like? Cutegirl and other shit is both cringe as fuck and just screams cope from the site; that /leftypol/ is so insecure that it can't handle generic chan lingo. Ayrshire lets us thumb our noses at /pol/ and shows that we have a sense of humor. >hilarious results
won't work. >>12841 >trooning out
No one says that >"muh cute girl"
Dead liberal weeb meme, pls stop
>>12846>Cutegirl and other shit is both cringe as fuck and just screams cope from the site; that /leftypol/ is so insecure that it can't handle generic chan lingo. Ayrshire lets us thumb our noses at /pol/ and shows that we have a sense of humor.
Ayrshire is reddit tier so I'm not sure what you're talking about here>a hur hur hur did you mean the thing that is spelled the same?
This is 99% of reddit humor
>>12848>Ayrshire is reddit tier
1) You must lurk on reddit a lot to know that
2) searching up Ayrshire doesn't bring up a reddit page until page 3 of my browser and not in relation to any memes, so I don't know the drugs you took but…
The word you're looking for is homophone, and no, neither is that "99%" of reddit humor (source: your redditor ass) nor is it bad humor. You really don't understand the meaning of "reddit" on chans, do you? It's statistically impossible for there to be 100% exclusivity of memes on either site, it's the reason they're MEMES dumbass. Reddit shit is stuff like liberal takes on politics or the need to censor slurs obsessively to the point of obscenity. Reddit does not have a Troon filter or almost any filters at all, it just has bots ban people for saying "de evul vurd".
TL;DR: screaming "reddit" is not an argument
>>12849>TL;DR: screaming "reddit" is not an argument
i see you haven't met sage
No I've 'met' them, but the mentally ill are an outlier.
I don't think "troon" should be filtered tbh. That word isn't used enough to warrant it.>>12191
While the leaked screencaps were cringe, many people on here share that poster's sentiment that posting random gore for the sake of shocking people is psycho shit. I bet the mods received gore reports from several people, plus gore is spammed during raids all the time so people are obviously going to be fed up with that shit and report it a lot. You faggots caused this.
>>12871>You faggots caused this.
paradox intervention is a funny thing.
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