,-^ ,-^ |
| | | vichan - teh imageboard engine
| | 6 |
| | | -- preliminary website, until someone comes up with something better
| vi | |
| | ,-^
| | ,-^
* vichan github project page
* new support board
* irc support channel (#vichan-devel @ irc.6irc.net)
* historical support board
vichan engine is not dead yet. We still support the code, but the old cruft has accumulated beyond repair.
If you are looking for a modern imageboard engine that works, this is your best choice at the current time.
Recently, there has been a wake of new imageboard projects. That's a good thing, but in our opinion, we should
unite and not divide. The imageboards are going to look differently a few years from now. It's the time to
shape that future.
If you own an imageboard, you know that your community may demand some changes, or maybe stability. If you write
code, you listen to those demands. There are many approaches to that, as every community is a different one, yet
they all share some common goals.
I am proud, that our code launched some kind of evolution, after a long stagnation from Kusaba times. Our job is
now mostly complete, now that we have somewhat hit the limits. But what did impose us those limits, what should
we do to go beyond them? Is the job really complete?
Everyone has different ideas about that. If we try to solve only our ideas, we may hit a similar problem a few
years from now. How about, if we all collect together and talk about those possible problems? It's always easier
to think about it, when the project is in a project shape, than when it's near its finalization.
We've launched an IRC channel, that should be a think-tank to everyone having fresh ideas about imageboards. The
channel is mostly open, yet we should all try to stay on-topic. We already have some people doing code, owning
big imageboards. If you think you have a worthy addition, or just want to sit and watch how we shape the future,
we invite you there:
#metachan on Rizon
The engines are tools. The tools are not communities. But the communities do depend on tools to exist. What is
the tool your community needs? And what will your community need in a few years from now?