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As the mod of a couple of subs, I’m glad that people are saying I’m revolting against something.
Usually they just say I’m revolting.
It’s seriously mind blowing that they just didn’t like… cut the API limit for moderation bots by a little bit, and increase the price of third party API calls incrementally – say 10%, or perhaps to roughly the amount of ad money they were losing out on which is a wayyyyyy lower number than they are trying to charge.
How to ruin a user base with these couple hacks
Eh, maybe half the subs I’m subscribed to are already gone. Gone be a dark 48 hours at work. Or longer.
It’ll be nice if Reddit changes their stance, but I don’t expect it. So today is goodbye to all of the subreddits that are going dark indefinitely. This is the last time Reddit will look this way.
Everyone should send u/spez a chat request and tag him in every post
u/spez is a moron.
I know these handful of subs I follow are participating. As you can see, some porn subs realize they could be impacted just as much as anyone else.
r/AbellaDanger, r/BlackPink, r/kpop, r/kpoppers, r/PetaJensen, r/PornhubComments, r/RileyReid, r/RockyEmerson, r/SpecializedTools
Reddit users have always been revolting.
And it won’t change a fucking thing.
u/spez is a greedy ass pig.
Good luck with the IPO now, asshole. Congratulations on obliterating a large chunk of the value of the business. Did you take pointers from the Elon Musk graduate school of how to destroy a business?
I like Reddit but am fine with all of my Reddit subs being dark forever. I’ll find my community elsewhere – where the CEO isn’t a fucking dick
Remember when Spez got the heroes return during the Ellen Pao controversy?
Revolting? Complaining online, and setting subs to private is not a revolt. Especially if you are back in 2 days.
The CEO will care if it really affects profits. Not unless users actually leave Reddit for good will profits see a hit.