I was pretty sure that was a joke, not an indication of salt. I always have fun moderating.
>The reason is that most of the topics that can be discussed in /wild/ may as well go to /ot/ as a single thread, and would also boost activity there.
The last couple years, /ot/ and /n/ have been the dominantly "fast" boards, though it's probably slowed a bit recently. While I don't disagree that we could consolidate /wild/ elsewhere, I'm not sure throwing it into the no-man's-land board would fit the purpose of wildcard themes.>>2699>My feeling is that the website was never about Yume Nikki for me personally. I came here for the community in /n/.
The key to this statement is that you are speaking for yourself.
>For example, it may be possible to merge /co/, /lit/, and /media/ into one board called something like /entertainment/ or /media/.
This could work if it weren't for the fact that each of those boards are a mishmash of different directions. /lit/ tends to have more people sharing their writing or poetry rather than discussing literature, /co/ has nothing to do with your own art (that's more /o/) and /media/ is a mix between independent musicians and music-related topics and such. They'd dilute each other greatly and make it harder to realistically find a topic you want or the right demographic to interact with.
Fusing the more creative-oriented boards into one would theoretically be a good idea, until you realize that you'll have one creative individual searching for art in a sea of music and writing topics and vice versa, which can end up being very frustrating.