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  • bogdan

    I'm pretty sure the community shapes the behavior of the new users. I've been here since a previous Reddit exodus and I'm really enjoying the atmosphere. Probably most people who are going to come (if there really are gonna be new people) won't be causing that much trouble. Just welcome them with a positive attitude and they'll do fine.

    • Appaloosa

      Yes I agree. I came from Reddit as well. There have been a few trouble makes from time to time, but they don't last long ...they'll more enjoy VOAT then Snapzu.

      • RoamingGnome

        There have been a few trouble makes from time to time...

        Are you talking to me?

    • picklefingers

      Eh, I saw how much reddit changed after the digg exodus. I still think it's possible, but I do think it has to be a very concerted effort by the community. What might save snapzu is that it does seem like redditors are less willing to leave so user influxes will be much smaller than the massive digg exodus.

      • Appaloosa

        Digg also forced you to go through Facebook after they were bought, which was really a deal breaker for many. I went to Reddit when that happened, then to Snapzu via reference from Adelle.