There's issues like not having a unique recognizable Tor ID and gifs with transparency having borked thumbnails, but they never get fixed. Is anyone still developing this code?
>unique recognizable Tor ID
Either have useful IDs or no IDs.
>unique Tor IDs
So know you if an ID with a lot of posts is just one person or multiple people posting over TOR?
You can do this already by reading the posts.
>have to do quick investigative work to figure out the random Tor ID instead of having a fixed instantly recognizable Tor ID
Groundbreaking. Every other codebase 8ch has been on had this feature, but we're just too hardcores.
I'm pretty sure sturgeon has just given up developing the site. Something as basic as italic has been broken for months, and I think it still is.
test <-should be italic
'test' <-should be bold
||test|| <-should be nothing but it's in the FAQ for some reason
Yeah I had to focus on a bunch of other shit for the last month, I'm working on updating. Tom is still at it if you hadn't seen the repo: https://gitgud.io/fatchan/jschan/activity
He's mainly adding features by request at this point though. Says he's happy where jschan is at for the most part I'm drafting some requests for better anti flood measures/mod tools.
I need to check if the thumbs were changed. Honestly I just saw the feature after updating and turned it on.
Jschan is supposed to do this by reading the X-country-code header (flags use this too), which the onion is setting and the proxy is passing along but it still isn't working. When the code is 'tor' it's supposed to hand out an id for that user. It's been a while so I'll have a look at it again, though I'm 99.99% sure my nginx configs are fine.
I'm in the middle of sorting out the file those rules are saved in. I have my rules commited locally but every time I try to pull to update markdown.js throws an error and I have to get it resolved.
Useful in that it prevents spammers from abusing the onion since we can then ban them specifically. The token can be purged at any time anyways.
I'd rather have it not be obvious that anyone is using tor at all. Allows onion posters to carry on a discussion same as anyone else.
>I'd rather have it not be obvious that anyone is using tor at all. Allows onion posters to carry on a discussion same as anyone else.
You make a point, but a seemingly normal ID posting wildly self-contradictory things does end up looking strange.
It wouldnt work that way, the tor user would get a unique token that would be used to assign their ID in place of their IP, so they'd blend in and multiple tor posters could post in a thread without anyone knowing. And I haven't been able to get that working despite my configs being correct.
>prevents spammers from abusing the onion since we can then ban them specifically
<clicks button to reset identity
Nothing personnel, kid.
Beats banning all of Tor.
I suggest bloating the site so much that it makes the site impossible to use with tor, let alone spamming and reconnecting to the site each time.