Past, Present, Future
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  • adadz
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  • Hey man, you gotta do something to feed yourself right? The site will still be here unless you take it offline for some reason and since we don't have a ton of people I doubt the site will break either.

    For now you can just think of this place as a semi-blog I guess :^)
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  • The site will still be here unless you take it offline for some reason and since we don't have a ton of people I doubt the site will break either.

    I can assure you the site won't EVER go offline, barring something catastrophic happening to me.

    For now you can just think of this place as a semi-blog I guess :^)
    I'm actually starting to work on a project which I intend to be a very lightweight flask-based blog. This time around I'll do everything correctly from the start as well. I'll use the domain I bought, anolag.com, and there will be some... interesting writing on there for sure. I'll also be able to monetize this project with adsense.
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  • “ primary concern and focus for the past quarter year year of your life”

    Any of you remember this site was abandoned for a week straight with nibbas logging into each other’s account and the whole thing was non functional
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  • That is what killed the site yes, and it wasn't abandoned. It was an extremely difficult bug to identify in somebody else's code, as it wasn't replicateable and would only occur randomly after several hours/days of normal site operation., While at the same time, for the entire week, I was having to travel and literally didn't have the ability to work on the site.

    I put literally hundreds of hours of my time into this without any pay whatsoever, trust me I wasn't happy about it either.
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  • This place is a cozy little hidey hole on the web that you made, and people like it. Go make bigger and better things! Obviously you have what it takes.
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  • Silver, you are by far one of my favorite people I have met on the internet.

    Thank you for volunteering to be an admin, and hanging around.
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  • Regardless of what might turn out from this, you've done an awesome job. Also the experience you got from this is irreplaceable. BTW, have you posted the website on HackerNews again? That's how I first came across it and admittedly it's come a long way from that first iteration.
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  • I'll post the website to hackernews again once I feel like the time is right. It's certainly come a LONG way since it's first iteration :)
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  • Dude what? This is the best anti censorship clone that exists. We are about to enter into an election year and I can guarantee "they" are locked and loaded. When they pull the trigger and people are looking for alternatives, this is gonna be a top option. Voat closed their registration and only allows old accounts to downvote (which means any and all new accounts downvote everything), and Saidit bans people for not following the founder's envision of proper debate rules (aka the "pyramid").

    The site has no major glitches. and is very easy to find. Just stick it out breh. I feel like the fat kid volunteering himself in a relay race but if yall need any help just tell me what youtube vids about Flask or C++ to watch and what you need. Your website is great man. You got a great idea and I hope you don't abandon it.
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  • You gonna pay his rent?
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  • Stop e begging you n word
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  • I'm not abandoning it, I just have to focus on things that pay my rent.
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