>>732> Lynchan maker is a rude egotistical faggot who is too stupid to use ssl on lynxhub.com which puts everyone at risk of malicious injections. ON TOP of that is the fact that node.je is extremely unsafe in general, as is the mongo db. It is a honeypot and full of major security issues. Go ahead and work with the lynxchan maker... good luck with that. You will find out that he is a total faggot moron.
Well, given that you're a software/security expert have you created an alternative software for people to shitpost with?
Node.js is a very good piece of software.
I'm a long-time Node.js developer myself.
I used to code with MongoDB when all the hype started in 2010 or so, but I soon realized that it was all marketing bullshit and just go and use the good-old PostgreSQL/MySQL and it will be fine.
I'm not an expert on database engines but I guess all that "NoSQL" hype has long time been gone and people (including me) resorted back to the traditional databases. You know, the ones created not for profit by the actual scientists in the actual lab coats in the actual university of Berkeley and such.>>723> Sure, go for it.
Ok, I will at some point.
Another thing I read about on the internets is this "Federated Network" thing.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kfp3I6ZTZT8
They have a project called "Mastodon" (like mstdn.jp):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPSbNdBmWKE
Perhaps you'd be interested in refactoring your chan engine to support this "ActivityPub" protocol so that people could deploy several chans that wouldn't disappear due to the lack of audience.
As I see it, "Federated Networks" make it seamless to read-from/post-to other deployments.
In case of chans it could be something like "Overchan" having "virtual" links to many boards which in fact are boards on other chans.