I love the way that those replies in a thread title which starts "Worst time..." make me think that those probably aren't the only times they've been caught pleasuring themselves to their favourite video games.
Hey, remember when we had an Entertainment board? Fun times.
Also looks like the mods are in a bit of a Labour-style pickle over the current international definition of antisemitism, specifically regarding members making comparisons between Israeli policies and the Nazis (which is antisemitic as defined by the IHRA): https://www.resetera.com/threads/pm-of- ... ory.65669/
Edit: some inconsistent bans met with outrage has resulted in a thread lock.
I like the suggestion of another forum exodus to NeoEra
I think it would've been better if from the start they'd just made ResetEra a non-profit community and let the community continue as it was while voting on big changes, with any extra income being saved for the future of the community or perhaps some given to charities instead of lining someone's pockets - the way it is now it gives the feeling that people behind the scenes are trying to increase clicks to increase profits without caring what the community thinks.
I can't believe you strawberry floaters put my Neighbours thread in EtcetEra rather than Entertainment. You idiots.
Whatever Github hack they're using for embedded tweets has been broken for months now when using Safari, clicking on any link in the tweet just takes you to a redirect page that does nothing. This has been brought up countless times in all the feedback threads after each update but it's gone completely ignored by the admins there.
Hmm maybe it would have been a good idea to field some ideas rather than "polling prevalent members" and looked at whether the community had actually suggested it first, which we did (just sayin').
Although to be fair, I think we did merge the folder structure back together as an "executive order", because despite the benefits of more folders at the time, it just turned out we were too small to fragment stuff. But then we also implemented the tags feature so it was at least mitigated somewhat and the respective communities obviously didn't go away.