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  • SuperCyan
    +1

    I feel the same way about the community splitting up. I really don't want Snapzu or Empeopled or Voat or Hubski to become the next Reddit; I want them to be the new Reddit for the people in those communities.

    I personally am starting to work more within Hubski and Snapzu, and I like switching back and forth between them. I don't want one site to be dominant, I want them all to be equal. That way, if you like the way a webiste looks or leans, you can stay there without going to others. If one site became huge, it would have the same ills as Reddit. There would be a bunch of different factions fighting over turf in normal places like /t/videos or /t/news. I've seen a lot of horrible stuff being said about minorities and women in seemingly neutral places on Reddit. Then people come in and start fighting with each other. It's horrible.

    If each faction kind of coagulates in their own places on the internet, I think each community would be a lot more enjoyable.