LynxChan, the best engine you will ever shitpost with.
Welcome to the live demo of LynxChan. This site is meant to let people
explore the engine and experiment it in an actual deploy with all its
Why would I adopt LynxChan?
- A runtime 30x faster than PHP
- Flexibility for both chans with or without user-owned boards
- Disk space and bandwidth savings due to file deduplication
- Over 50 settings that allow you to customize the engine behavior
- A modular front-end that uses pure HTML templates, making visual
customization as easy as it gets
- A database that easily allows sysadmins to add more db servers to
- Memcache for files, reducing disk usage
- More features than any other available engine
- Specs completely documented
- Json api for every feature or data
- Improved anti-spam tools provided as first-party add-ons.
LynxChan uses Node.js as a runtime environment and Mongodb as a database. It
is meant to focus on high levels of concurrency and performance.
The templates used are nothing but pure HTML, reducing development overhead.
It also uses a modular approach to templates, allowing for ease of
migration. It is possible to change all the templates with a single setting
in the server configuration.
I have noticed that many chans struggle with hosting costs. In my opinion,
that is a very real obstacle for hosting a chan. So I have developed an
engine from scratch that is meant to enable more people to host their chans.
I believe that chans are one of the last kind of sites where people still
have freedom of speech in the internet, away from centralized corporative
control, so I see the existence of chans as something important for the
future of the internet as a whole. Serious business.
This site is not meant to build a community, so any kind of content that
might cause issues with my host will be deleted and the user banned, even
if I agree with said content.
Sorry for that, but I just want to avoid any issues while I am just trying
to let people know about this project.
Maybe in the future I will put myself on the line for freedom of speech, but not today.
2. Provide every functionality through a json based RPC.
3. Support the most amount of users with the least hardware power.
4. Having a modular front-end so people can easily create and use different
This project uses the MIT license and respects your 4 software freedoms.
You can get the source code at
. The templates being used here can be found
You can find a roadmap of future and current development at
Indeed, it does work when you also turn off JS. Weird. >>/lynxchan/1709
Here's a video demonstrating the issue:
It doesn't work. I know fe. Freech.net has block bypass disabled but trying to hit Reply with cookies disabled doesn't do >>/lynxchan/1706
But it is possible. Unless you are talking about the blockbypass. With that enabled, there's no way around it, you need cookies
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