Okay guys, I don't have to get much into specifics since everyone knows what's going on with #backtobasics and other stuff like the "How to ..." threads. I don't want to argue here if threads like this should be appreciated and tolerated or not, I just want to negotiate a compromise between people who like shitposting here and then, and people who wouldn't like to see that happen.
It's simple. Create an extra subforum in Sandbox with access permissions managed by the admins - if you want to join that, PM an admin and they'll decide about your request, and if you have joined but figure that it isn't your cup of tea, just ask the admins to have your permissions removed. Create a subforum where forum rules don't apply (except for flaming / harassing / anything that would directly harm a user) and where you can make spam topics and jokes as much as you want, and the ones who aren't fond with that are left alone. For reasons of consistency and transparency this subforum should have postcount disabled. Regular Sandbox should be only reserved for topics with actual relevance or material for serious discussion (everything that's not qualified as a shitposting festival).
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