4767. >kaguya-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/07/31(Sun) 23:36:43          
> > That said, if we find the right balance (monthly? bi-weekly?), I've 
> > seen another imageboard anime stream who had a fairly ingenious way of 
> > picking what to watch
> > Basically they had spreadsheet in google docs (google sux so we could 
> > find an alternative or just make a wiki page and use a table), and they 
> > had a list of shows down the leftmost column, and a list of users along 
> > the top row. Each user would add their name to a new column, and they 
> > would go down the list and mark whether they:
> > 1. had never seen the show before, and wanted to watch
> > 2. had seen the show before, but wouldn't mind rewatching
> > 3. don't want to watch / rewatch the show
> > Example:
> > ┌─────────┬───┬────┬──┬
> > │   Anime title    │2bowlz│k00ln4m3│John│  ○ = YES PLZ
> > ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼  △ = don't mind (´ー`)
> > │Notto Foa Eburiwan│  X  │   △   │ ○ │  X = NO THX
> > ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼  □ = PlayStation®
> > │Boringu Kurappu   │  X  │   X   │ ○ │
> > ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼
> > │Rori Sekkusu      │  △  │   ○   │ X │
> > ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼
> > Using this method, we could easily see which shows are of interest to 
> > the most users ヽ(´ー`)ノ
> I liek this method, but are there any alternatives to google docs? Creating a
> page is an option too, but most users would probably prefer using a system
> that doesn't require registration (or publicly displaying their bare IPs)

There are alternatives like EtherCalc, but without registration, anyone 
can come along and vandalize it for the LOLs. That doesn't matter so 
much for ephemeral things like imageboards, but if you're trying to get 
something done then it can get very annoying (;´Д`)

I think using our own wiki is probably the best choice, especially con-
sidering that we're not really using it to do mathematical functions. 
We have full control over it, it automatically keeps a log of the his-
tory, and it's easy to spot and revert abuse should it occur ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Reference: 2022/07/31(Sun) 16:39:18

4763. >Anonymous-san   User: kaguya   Post date: 2022/07/31(Sun) 22:39:18             
> That said, if we find the right balance (monthly? bi-weekly?), I've 
> seen another imageboard anime stream who had a fairly ingenious way of 
> picking what to watch
> Basically they had spreadsheet in google docs (google sux so we could 
> find an alternative or just make a wiki page and use a table), and they 
> had a list of shows down the leftmost column, and a list of users along 
> the top row. Each user would add their name to a new column, and they 
> would go down the list and mark whether they:
> 1. had never seen the show before, and wanted to watch
> 2. had seen the show before, but wouldn't mind rewatching
> 3. don't want to watch / rewatch the show
> Example:
> ┌─────────┬───┬────┬──┬
> │   Anime title    │2bowlz│k00ln4m3│John│  ○ = YES PLZ
> ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼  △ = don't mind (´ー`)
> │Notto Foa Eburiwan│  X  │   △   │ ○ │  X = NO THX
> ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼  □ = PlayStation®
> │Boringu Kurappu   │  X  │   X   │ ○ │
> ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼
> │Rori Sekkusu      │  △  │   ○   │ X │
> ├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼
> Using this method, we could easily see which shows are of interest to 
> the most users ヽ(´ー`)ノ

I liek this method, but are there any alternatives to google docs? Creating a
page is an option too, but most users would probably prefer using a system
that doesn't require registration (or publicly displaying their bare IPs)

Reference: 2022/07/25(Mon) 11:15:05

4704. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/07/26(Tue) 08:52:56          
> > I've thought about bringing more activity to heyuri and I really think that
> > doing things like the recent cytube stream more often would work best.
> > It's working out pretty well for kissu.moe for example, they host streams
> > for seasonal anime pretty much every week and other, older shows every now
> > and then too. It's great for interacting more with the rest of the users
> > and things like that.
> > Even though I think some of them are pretty good, it's probably not
> > heyuri's style to watch seasonals so maybe we should find some sort of list
> > of shows to work through every week or so and eventually the rest of the
> > userbase will catch on and start bringing in their own recommendations ヽ(´∇`)ノ
> > By the way, I'd be fine with rewatches of shows that most of the users have
> > probably already watched, just something to start it off.
> CyTube and other video streaming sites aren't Heyuri's style either
> I thought the monthly anime was a lot more fun

Disagree'd! The monthly anime never worked a single time despite the 
boards being way more active in those days, while the cytube streams 
have been a success both times so far. I'm not sure how anyone could 
consider something to be "more fun" if it never actually happened...

It's true that a lot of the failure of the monthly anime was due to the 
"organizers" failing at organizing, and a wide variety of external fact-
ors, but it's also asking a lot of users to expect them to stick to a 
regimented schedule of watching 1 episode a day for 12-26 days, as oppo-
sed to hanging out together in a stream for 4-5 hours once a month or so

The streams are the internet equivalent of meeting up and watching 
anime together an anime club that doesn't suck, which is totally Heyu-
ri's style ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Reference: 2022/07/25(Mon) 23:42:30

4701. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/07/26(Tue) 05:42:30          
> I've thought about bringing more activity to heyuri and I really think that
> doing things like the recent cytube stream more often would work best.
> It's working out pretty well for kissu.moe for example, they host streams
> for seasonal anime pretty much every week and other, older shows every now
> and then too. It's great for interacting more with the rest of the users
> and things like that.
> Even though I think some of them are pretty good, it's probably not
> heyuri's style to watch seasonals so maybe we should find some sort of list
> of shows to work through every week or so and eventually the rest of the
> userbase will catch on and start bringing in their own recommendations ヽ(´∇`)ノ
> By the way, I'd be fine with rewatches of shows that most of the users have
> probably already watched, just something to start it off.

CyTube and other video streaming sites aren't Heyuri's style either
I thought the monthly anime was a lot more fun

Reference: 2022/07/25(Mon) 09:34:47

4696. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/07/25(Mon) 17:15:05          
> I've thought about bringing more activity to heyuri and I really think that
> doing things like the recent cytube stream more often would work best.
> It's working out pretty well for kissu.moe for example, they host streams
> for seasonal anime pretty much every week and other, older shows every now
> and then too. It's great for interacting more with the rest of the users
> and things like that.
> Even though I think some of them are pretty good, it's probably not
> heyuri's style to watch seasonals so maybe we should find some sort of list
> of shows to work through every week or so and eventually the rest of the
> userbase will catch on and start bringing in their own recommendations ヽ(´∇`)ノ
> By the way, I'd be fine with rewatches of shows that most of the users have
> probably already watched, just something to start it off.

Community activities are definitely something we should do more of, but 
a stream every week might be a bit much - it could easily lead to low 
attendence and burnout. Weekly imageboard cytube streams are fairly 
common, and I've seen far bigger boards than ours end up with little to 
no viewers (;´Д`)

That said, if we find the right balance (monthly? bi-weekly?), I've 
seen another imageboard anime stream who had a fairly ingenious way of 
picking what to watch

Basically they had spreadsheet in google docs (google sux so we could 
find an alternative or just make a wiki page and use a table), and they 
had a list of shows down the leftmost column, and a list of users along 
the top row. Each user would add their name to a new column, and they 
would go down the list and mark whether they:

1. had never seen the show before, and wanted to watch
2. had seen the show before, but wouldn't mind rewatching
3. don't want to watch / rewatch the show

Example:
┌─────────┬───┬────┬──┬
│   Anime title    │2bowlz│k00ln4m3│John│  ○ = YES PLZ
├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼  △ = don't mind (´ー`)
│Notto Foa Eburiwan│  X  │   △   │ ○ │  X = NO THX
├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼  □ = PlayStation®
│Boringu Kurappu   │  X  │   X   │ ○ │
├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼
│Rori Sekkusu      │  △  │   ○   │ X │
├─────────┼───┼────┼──┼

Using this method, we could easily see which shows are of interest to 
the most users ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Reference: 2022/07/25(Mon) 09:34:47

4695.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/07/25(Mon) 15:34:47          
I've thought about bringing more activity to heyuri and I really think that
doing things like the recent cytube stream more often would work best.
It's working out pretty well for kissu.moe for example, they host streams
for seasonal anime pretty much every week and other, older shows every now
and then too. It's great for interacting more with the rest of the users
and things like that.
Even though I think some of them are pretty good, it's probably not
heyuri's style to watch seasonals so maybe we should find some sort of list
of shows to work through every week or so and eventually the rest of the
userbase will catch on and start bringing in their own recommendations ヽ(´∇`)ノ
By the way, I'd be fine with rewatches of shows that most of the users have
probably already watched, just something to start it off.

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