Again, it's a bit idle dreaming at this point.
It is poked on, but I'm not gonna say it's halfway on paper either. since ponychan too is looking for site dynamic that can muddle things up.
Though I think it's worth to think about should such talks be reinstated, since every major change does make it harder to be compatible.>>8856
Ironically, as i've seen an mlpchan mod bark at someone being a douche to Mikie in /chat/, at this point moderation is far from as harsh as it used to be. Maybe we're even giving posters too much leeway (as I hear people complain moderation could be stricter in some places)
If that's the ban I'm thinking of, it was made at a bad time (when a lot of people were causing trouble).>>8857
Hey, I'm not a prude. I can post sexual jokes. But I think there's a point where I'm not the person to stomp my foot down when there is conflict. and I have ideas, but I'm not the one to implement them.>>8858
My experience on mlpchan through /oat/, /chat/ and /pony/ is that the difference is not that much. Ponychan is not inherently more hugboxy than mlpchan really. Both environments are basically the same, with different people.
Assimilation won't be what I desire. A merger will have to adopt /anon/ and all, but we're going to have to sit together overview the structure and discuss the management of the staff. (I personally find the idea of staff managers and what not too much, but eh)
what we will get, I think is MLPchan outside of /anon/ being ponychan and visa versa. Not because one site absorbed the other, but simply because they are nigh the same.>>8860
Mods can talk orange into changing his mind and disagree.
But we're definitely not ready to just cut off the guy who built the community over a petty grains of new posters. So even if orange can be given the middle finger somehow, don't expect that to happen.