Boards vs Tags

source: local ♦ tags: #boards

#1 )) Name: dev !cRwJk8JEBs @ 2021-05-30 10:35

Chat with the developer about the new "boards" feature of Multich v1.6.0

> Boards vs Tags
Tags are the underlying organizational model of threads, while boards are seeded as a copy of tags.
> Board owners
A board is "owned" on a specific host ( /b/board/password ) , entered once to check and refreshed to confirm . After that, thread moderation, comment moderation, and "message of the day" are moderated via a web interface.

>> Thread modes
> host thread @ 0
Hide thread
> host thread @ 1
> host thread @ 2
Sticky thread -- show in special "sticky" list above regular threads
> host thread @ 3
Sage thread -- show in special "sage" list below regular threads

#2 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-05-30 10:54

View /boards/ board @ 0chan.vip

#3 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-05-30 10:55

as you can see, compared to #boards tag, /boards/ board has sticky and custom "message of the day" style header

#4 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-05-30 11:06

Because the /b/board "board owner" can hide comments and threads, and sticky/sage threads without affecting the ./threads/host/thread/ files, it can be considered to be a form of pseudo-moderation.
A board owner only owns a /b/board on a local server with a password, which is stored as a "Secure Tripcode" style of hash in the Multichan database.


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