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  • picklefingers

    Ha, I beat you. I think the exodus will depend on if they quickly get rid of Spez or not. The Pao drama was drawn out because Pao didn't leave at all during the first big controversy (the FPH drama) and didn't leave until well into the "reddit revolt" drama. So the reddit alternatives had a lot of time to float around the site. If we wake up tomorrow, and Spez is already gone (happy thanksgiving lol), then there probably won't people throwing around Snapzu.

    • ChrisTyler

      Damn my slow typing, lol.

      They're not getting rid of Spez, in fact, from the leaked Slack chat, it looks like they're wanting to double down.

      • picklefingers

        That is a mod chat, not employee chat like people have been saying.

        • Project2501

          And yet, spez continually is talking in that slack chat about coordinating with the mods from an admin perspective. https://sli.mg/a/zxwjZh

          I couldn't care less to double check which names are powermods, employees, or high level admins like spez, because, well, I had given up on reddit, not worth the time. That drama is tiring, and I thought it was bad a couple of years ago, and yet, it still hits news feeds because current redditors, and ex-redditors still like to talk about the state of the site without the threat of moderation interference.

          But it does demonstrate that sites like snapzu, like reddit, like insert social media/link aggregator here lives and breathes by the actions, and words of their admins.