• Aldo ValdezAldo Valdez, 2 years ago

    Hope this will work. So far over 500 people subscribed to the subreddit that was created. Seems you might be too late already...

    27 points
    • Jamie K, 2 years ago

      what is the subreddit? r/designernews seems to only have one post

      1 point
    • Steven Lamar, 2 years ago

      I got tired of being banned from DN and having to create new accounts for expressing "controversial" opinions. This community is way too sensitive. I think it's because everyone is afraid to say something real, because people tie their profiles to their real names and twitter accounts. On reddit everything is anonymous and I predict we will see a lot more honest critiques and discussions. Would love to see some of those posts I got banned for, posted to reddit to see the difference in how people talk about them.

      3 points
      • Taurean BryantTaurean Bryant, 2 years ago

        Hell yeah. Now when we share comments that are normally so bad that moderators have to intervene because it's dragging down the quality of the community we don't have to worry about being banned.

        1 point
      • Ryan MackRyan Mack, 2 years ago

        I could see that playing out.

        1 point
      • Matthew Hollingsworth, 2 years ago

        Hey Stephen! We can take a look and try to explain some of the bannings if you'd like. We try to only remove the content that breaks the rules set out in the guidelines. Although they leave some room for interpretation, it's our job to make the bannings consistent and clear. If you have a question about a specific case, please feel free to send me an email (hello@tinyboards.co) and I can give you a better explanation.

        0 points
    • Ryan MackRyan Mack, 2 years ago

      Over 1,400 /r/DesignNews subscribers now.

      1 point
    • Lee Fuhr, 2 years ago

      How can I get that subreddit in Panda? Panda as my default new tab (even works in Safari by just using the web app URL) is the only reason I continue to use DN.

      (Panda: https://usepanda.com )

      Btw, the full URL to the subreddit for easy clickin': https://www.reddit.com/r/DesignNews

      1 point
      • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 2 years ago

        Is panda still an abhorrent memory leaker? I stopped using it ages back because it was so poorly implemented.

        0 points
        • Andrew C, 2 years ago

          I quit too. Poor performance and I found I was just perusing the same 3-5 sites anyway. Easier to do w bookmarks.

          1 point
        • Lee Fuhr, 2 years ago

          Huh, I haven't noticed a problem, but I'm way open to a replacement if you know one.

          0 points