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Text Post: [IDEA] Reddit Refugees thread posted by folkrav
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  • folkrav
    +2

    I feel like most people that will stick here is the nice people. Smaller communities tend to stick together instead of battling like Reddit does. Being invite-only, I think it already filters out some trolls.

    • Cheesemangeur
      +3

      As you can see from my profile I've been here for less than a month, but I already feel like part of the community thanks to the support I've had and the friendliness of everyone I have encountered.

      Even if people disagree with each other, they still find a way to be civil about it, which is something that was not part of Reddit's culture (it was at some point though).

      We had a troll a bit more than a week ago, and he was quickly shut down by the admins. Pretty sure it would happen again, the admins here are very good with acting fast and communicating with the userbase.

      You seem to have caught on well already, looking forward to your evolution and growth in the community :)

      • folkrav
        +1

        Well that community seems more like my kind of place than Reddit, but I couldn't find an alternative that satisfied me. I'm more of a small community guy, except for IAmA, I was only subscribed to smaller subs. I like to have meaningful conversations, and try to generally respect people. It seems like this website is a good combination of my needs. I like it here!

        I'll definitely stick around and try to help this community to grow!

        • Cheesemangeur
          +1

          Glad to hear that, I expect a lot of people have a similar outlook.