Please, this may be a new home for some of us; we don't want to cause hostilities, and there's certainly a solution for all of us.>>7069
The major issue I see for /mlp/ers is this sub-board deal. There's no need to get rid of it - in fact it's a nice concept. But /mlp/ers are used to everything in one place; I'm sure most of us aren't fond of jumping back and forth between /anon/, /oat/, /fic/, /chat/, /art/, etc.
My suggestion is that a virtual board be created called /all/ or something that pools together all of the threads in other boards and at the top of each thread, a hash from the corresponding true board is posted (like the #Mature tag for NSFW threads - e.g. #anon for the /mlp/ feels thread going on in /anon/).
The board tags could be used for filtering at the top of the /all/ page - for instance some anons don't like Tulpa General, which is currently located in chat, and apparently many other circlejerks are as well. A simple click of the #chat tag takes care of that.
As an aside, I'd like to help with scripting if I can. I'm a webdev/ Android dev by day, so if you could assign me a task or point me to the buglist, I'd be most grateful.>>7101
Anon's right about the boxes. The default on /mlp/ has a beveled effect created by partial borders. The related code in Yotsuba B is:
border-style: none solid solid none;
border-color: -moz-use-text-color rgb(183, 197, 217) rgb(183, 197, 217) -moz-use-text-color;
Here the default has full borders. That's why it looks off to us.