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[#] Mon Feb 22 2021 14:58:32 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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You were thinking of the variant, "Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup."

[#] Mon Feb 22 2021 15:47:25 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Yes. You are, of course, correct. 



[#] Sat Feb 27 2021 20:19:30 EST from Nurb432

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lol. Not heard that one before

Mon Feb 22 2021 14:58:32 EST from IGnatius T Foobar
You were thinking of the variant, "Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup."

 



[#] Sun Feb 28 2021 13:49:06 EST from arabella

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+5 ParanoidDelusions 

+3 Ig, for giving me a chuckle



[#] Wed Mar 10 2021 05:55:15 EST from zooer

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Happy something.  

 

 

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[#] Thu Mar 11 2021 09:11:08 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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...aaaaaaand that was all we got. One "happy something".

Yesterday was the birthday of Chuck Norris, Osama bin Laden, Uncensored, and my daughter.

[#] Thu Mar 11 2021 10:09:02 EST from zooer

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I tried acting as if I didn't know what day it was, but it was my way of saying Happy Anniversary.  

I feel strange saying "Happy Birthday" to people I don't know but there was a happy birthday for your daughter.  You as dad have good memories of that day.



[#] Mon Mar 22 2021 09:24:22 EDT from katian

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hi everyone so happy I managed to find this place 



[#] Mon Mar 22 2021 11:43:31 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Welcome!

[#] Tue Mar 23 2021 06:37:48 EDT from darknetuser

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2021-03-22 09:24 from katian
hi everyone so happy I managed to find this place 


Welcome to the party!

May I ask how did you manage to find it?

[#] Wed Mar 24 2021 12:38:50 EDT from katian

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by chance :) I was searching authors mentioned in a book, one of them was sandy, then I found cynbe ru taren and his website and then citadel 

how did you find it? 



[#] Thu Mar 25 2021 04:40:16 EDT from darknetuser

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2021-03-24 12:38 from katian
by chance :) I was searching authors mentioned in a book, one of them
was sandy, then I found cynbe ru taren and his website and then
citadel 

how did you find it? 


I think I was just searching for lightweight BBS software, and found about CItadel/UX. Then I reached Uncensored, and here I am.

[#] Sat Mar 27 2021 04:30:18 EDT from arabella

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Wed Mar 24 2021 12:38:50 PM EDT from katian

by chance :) I was searching authors mentioned in a book, one of them was sandy, then I found cynbe ru taren and his website and then citadel 

how did you find it? 



I met a Wizard, he led me here.



[#] Sat Mar 27 2021 12:20:38 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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by chance :) I was searching authors mentioned in a book, one of them
was sandy, then I found cynbe ru taren and his website and then
citadel 

Cynbe ru Taren (Jeff Prothero) was the originator of Citadel, nearly 40 years ago. He handed it off to Jeff Mitchell, and since then there have been a number of notable implementations, particularly Vince Quaresima's version for MS-DOS, and of course the one you're logged into now, which began in 1987.

Congratulations, you've found the place that is basically carrying the torch for Citadel as an online community. I hope you will stick around and be a part of it.

[#] Sat Mar 27 2021 17:12:08 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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How many public Citadel BBSes are there right now? Is it just you and I? 

 

Sat Mar 27 2021 12:20:38 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar
Cynbe ru Taren (Jeff Prothero) was the originator of Citadel, nearly 40 years ago. He handed it off to Jeff Mitchell, and since then there have been a number of notable implementations, particularly Vince Quaresima's version for MS-DOS, and of course the one you're logged into now, which began in 1987.

Congratulations, you've found the place that is basically carrying the torch for Citadel as an online community. I hope you will stick around and be a part of it.

 



[#] Sat Mar 27 2021 18:58:17 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Dunno. As far as I can tell, Citadel users number in the millions but most of them are on private systems.

[#] Mon Mar 29 2021 08:08:48 EDT from darknetuser

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2021-03-27 18:58 from IGnatius T Foobar
Dunno. As far as I can tell, Citadel users number in the millions but

most of them are on private systems.



Well, I thought you had removed the Networked rooms in the development version?


This is not like common-style BBS which seem specifically tailored to work as part of huge networks. Citadel has this vibe that is intended to be private but may ocasionally network a room or two

[#] Mon Mar 29 2021 09:08:40 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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It's also reachable from the darknet, but darknetuse doesn't use it for some reason :)

[#] Mon Mar 29 2021 09:35:49 EDT from darknetuser

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2021-03-29 09:08 from IGnatius T Foobar
It's also reachable from the darknet, but darknetuse doesn't use it for

some reason :)



Mainly because last 6 times I tried to connect over i2p, the connection failed :(

[#] Tue Mar 30 2021 02:46:14 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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I think there is a different connotation to "private" in this case. 

This is a public Citadel - anyone can log onto it. Mine is too. They exist more as BBSes than as mail servers or groupware. 

I get the feeling the majority of the implementations, judging from the support room requests, are by people running them as "private" systems - either as mail servers or groupware for internal clients - not systems open to the general public. 

 

Mon Mar 29 2021 08:08:48 EDT from darknetuser
2021-03-27 18:58 from IGnatius T Foobar
Dunno. As far as I can tell, Citadel users number in the millions but

most of them are on private systems.



Well, I thought you had removed the Networked rooms in the development version?


This is not like common-style BBS which seem specifically tailored to work as part of huge networks. Citadel has this vibe that is intended to be private but may ocasionally network a room or two

 



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