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Like learning math, solving puzzles? No.7503

Or discussing steganography, image/video compression, privacy, software verification, etc.?
http://lambdaplusjs35padjaiz4jw2fugdoeutse262phqr72uf634s2wdbqd.onion/All/
http://l7jqnz3yfe2wtwietafoieadmgqbu7dcmzmey63ktbjtxal3he4a.b32.i2p/All/

I wrote the board software myself. It doesn't require you to run Javascript, or make you solve any captchas unless there's an active spam wave. Any type of file can be uploaded, and many types have thumbnail support, including SVG, AVIF, and JPEG XL. Multiple files per post are supported too. The moderation is designed around moving posts if possible rather than deleting them.

No.7513

Wow, this is really cool anon! I love math puzzles, thank you for making this :)

No.7515

Mathchan has competition

No.7520

>>7513
Thanks.
>>7515
My site was around first. That said, it would be good to see Mathchan used more too. Given the admin of Mathchan wants it to be more of a content dumping site rather than a discussion site, maybe we could fill complementary niches.

No.7549

If you'd like a more populated edgier board with the same themes, I recommend https://lainchan.org

Your site looks cool too OP, but onion links are always such a pain to use. If I'm not doing anything illegal, what's the point? I don't want to see tons of CP all the time anyway, and all free speech darknet forums inevitably turn into CP heaven

No.7551

>>7549
Well one advantage is that someone can't spam it with CP and then report it to the registrar and host. But the main reason is that I'm running it on my home PC and I'm not in a situation where I can set up port forwarding.

As for CP, I see more of it on the clearnet. A few times someone has spammed the site and I just clean it up, whereas the clearnet has ongoing spammers for profit who target every site.

It's possible to set up your ordinary web browser to view .onion links by having it request them through Tor's proxy interface. This can be convenient if your use case doesn't require the privacy Tor Browser would provide.

No.7552

>As for CP
I should have specified "unwelcome CP." There are darknet sites that are okay with that, but mine isn't one of them.

No.7560

>>7551
Why make it an onion link then? You can still use your PC as a server.

Also want to be interviewed for NEETpride Magazine? You just have to identify as a NEET and have done something you're proud of.

No.7561

>>7560
Like I said, not in a situation where I can port forward, and the privacy is nice too. You could use something like
https://lambdaplusjs35padjaiz4jw2fugdoeutse262phqr72uf634s2wdbqd.onion.pet/All/
if you want to reach it over the clearnet, although that means whoever operates onion.pet can read your posts and which pages you view, plus these things aren't particularly reliable. As far as the second thing goes, I'm a freeter rather than a NEET.

No.7565
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>>7561
Freeter is basically a subclass of NEET. But yeah it took like 5 whole seconds for that link you provided to load which is enough to dissuade most people from using the site. Anyway, if you want to be interviewed, collaborate, or advertise your new imageboard in NEETpride Magazine contact me through this: https://neetpride.wordpress.com/contact/

No.7657

>Like learning math, solving puzzles
no
>Or discussing steganography, image/video compression, privacy, software verification, etc.?
no
bumping anyways because it seems cool