Reminder to new users, as we grow

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#1 )) Name: dev !cRwJk8JEBs @ 2021-06-24 23:36

Most websites have a rules page that can be seen here:
> http://0chan.vip/rules

If you wondered why your post was deleted, it probably violated rule #1. Most of the posts we've deleted are either out-right spam or are using hate speech just for the sake of using hate speech.

There are other Multichan servers who seem to allow spam or hate speech. Go use one of them, or consider hosting your own server where you can be assured that another person's conflicting moderation philosophy won't spoil your fun.

We rarely ban users, thinking that deletes will generally get the message across. It's worth reminding the community that use of https://0chan.vip is a privilege, not a right. Although Multichan is public domain software, meaning you can use it for whatever purposes you want, https://0chan.vip is a private service offered by the developer to demonstrate the software's current state of development, and to allow interesting people to have interesting conversations in a relaxed place. Your posts or ability to post may vanish at any point for any reason. If you try to be a good community member, though, that probably won't happen.

#2 )) Name: SuperWizardMan !N1toQkxgzc @ 2021-06-24 23:47

You are terrible at enforcing the rules, there is hatespeach everywhere.

#3 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-25 00:03


#4 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-26 06:30


#4,1 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-26 12:10 🌎 rip

i hate jews i hate niggers i hate faggots i hate chinks i hate women i hate spics etc. etc...

#4,2 )) Name: cull !lPXgvT0/N6 @ 2021-06-27 09:07 🌎 rip

ripirc.org doesn't have these problems.
refer to the rules page.

#5 )) Name: Deleted @ 2021-06-28 16:50

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#6 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2024-04-02 19:20

All these years later, all of the friends of 0chan have crumbled away, including ripirc, while the original server remains online and kicking.
I loved reading the multichan document and bumping into this website, I wish it many more quiet years hosting discussions.

A thread was bumped on textboard.org that got my attention to the OVERTEXT, which in turn links here. Bumping ancient threads is so powerful.


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