Introducting the Chudipedia, the Internet's free Chudologist archive.
#1
Chudipedia is the Internet's FIRST wiki dedicated to the archival and documentation of the 'Chudosphere', i.e Right-Wing Twitter, Amarna, etc.

Come and make an account and article today!

#2
Nice try, Crackrobatty.
#3
(07-04-2023, 03:30 PM)a system is failing Wrote: Nice try, Crackrobatty.

I don't know who that is
#4
Cold water has been thrown on this by others already, but I am confused about the purpose of the site. Of course, the personalities in Our Thing tend to drop off the face of the earth, from causes like too many suspended accounts or simply no cause at all. With that said, is it necessary to have detailed reports on all the "ChudSphere" figures? There is an admirable duty to archive the most important insights, but even then, some posts that have shaped the movement serve a temporary purpose: changing the consensus of the group through slow rhetorical measures, and combating the deterioration of our beliefs. There is a definite risk of the Wiki site being filled with too many mediocre accounts and not enough valuable insights; the topical will supersede the important, and it will more or less become a drama wiki about how BasedSomalianNationalist said something retarded that one time. I trust the users here to make proper archival measures, but I do not trust a general collaborative audience to follow suit.

Edit: Additionally, the threat of doxxing. Assuming some PII is revealed on a Twitter account, a Wiki user with a personal beef would have the ability to add this into the profile. It could be squashed in a matter of days, but this would be enough to reveal someone to an Antifa-type org. It's an implausible risk for now, but definitely possible in the future.
#5
(07-04-2023, 04:40 PM)JohnTrent Wrote: Cold water has been thrown on this by others already, but I am confused about the purpose of the site. Of course, the personalities in Our Thing tend to drop off the face of the earth, from causes like too many suspended accounts or simply no cause at all. With that said, is it necessary to have detailed reports on all the "ChudSphere" figures? There is an admirable duty to archive the most important insights, but even then, some posts that have shaped the movement serve a temporary purpose: changing the consensus of the group through slow rhetorical measures, and combating the deterioration of our beliefs. There is a definite risk of the Wiki site being filled with too many mediocre accounts and not enough valuable insights; the topical will supersede the important, and it will more or less become a drama wiki about how BasedSomalianNationalist said something retarded that one time. I trust the users here to make proper archival measures, but I do not trust a general collaborative audience to follow suit.
Well said. To add on I don't see a purpose for any wiki for this alleged sphere of the net that would be good. I consider the amount of minds that think purely in boxes in stupid meme catagories and social networks in those asine paragraphs of the Wikipedia editor too many even if they are allegedly "baste". It being centralized in a place with unearned legitimacy is adding more fuel that long burning fire. Also just personal taste but I find Chudjak now distasteful as he's now a totem of the above stupidity I just described. The best case I have seen made for him is him as a collective comic cartoon character. Not a proud symbol and certainly not for for a allegedly serious archival project.
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#6
(07-04-2023, 04:40 PM)JohnTrent Wrote: Cold water has been thrown on this by others already, but I am confused about the purpose of the site. Of course, the personalities in Our Thing tend to drop off the face of the earth, from causes like too many suspended accounts or simply no cause at all. With that said, is it necessary to have detailed reports on all the "ChudSphere" figures? There is an admirable duty to archive the most important insights, but even then, some posts that have shaped the movement serve a temporary purpose: changing the consensus of the group through slow rhetorical measures, and combating the deterioration of our beliefs. There is a definite risk of the Wiki site being filled with too many mediocre accounts and not enough valuable insights; the topical will supersede the important, and it will more or less become a drama wiki about how BasedSomalianNationalist said something retarded that one time. I trust the users here to make proper archival measures, but I do not trust a general collaborative audience to follow suit.

Edit: Additionally, the threat of doxxing. Assuming some PII is revealed on a Twitter account, a Wiki user with a personal beef would have the ability to add this into the profile. It could be squashed in a matter of days, but this would be enough to reveal someone to an Antifa-type org. It's an implausible risk for now, but definitely possible in the future.
This Wiki isn't meant to be some ED copy. Doxxing and drama won't be tolerated (unless necessary, such as niggers and trannies)

I completely understand your concerns, and if you have any other questions, PM me.

(07-04-2023, 05:00 PM)NuclearAbsolutist Wrote:
(07-04-2023, 04:40 PM)JohnTrent Wrote: Cold water has been thrown on this by others already, but I am confused about the purpose of the site. Of course, the personalities in Our Thing tend to drop off the face of the earth, from causes like too many suspended accounts or simply no cause at all. With that said, is it necessary to have detailed reports on all the "ChudSphere" figures? There is an admirable duty to archive the most important insights, but even then, some posts that have shaped the movement serve a temporary purpose: changing the consensus of the group through slow rhetorical measures, and combating the deterioration of our beliefs. There is a definite risk of the Wiki site being filled with too many mediocre accounts and not enough valuable insights; the topical will supersede the important, and it will more or less become a drama wiki about how BasedSomalianNationalist said something retarded that one time. I trust the users here to make proper archival measures, but I do not trust a general collaborative audience to follow suit.
Well said. To add on I don't see a purpose for any wiki for this alleged sphere of the net that would be good. I consider the amount of minds that think purely in boxes in stupid meme catagories and social networks in those asine paragraphs of the Wikipedia editor too many even if they are allegedly "baste". It being centralized in a place with unearned legitimacy is adding more fuel that long burning fire. Also just personal taste but I find Chudjak now distasteful as he's now a totem of the above stupidity I just described. The best case I have seen made for him is him as a collective comic cartoon character. Not a proud symbol and certainly not for for a allegedly serious archival project.

the chudjak is a placeholder, im looking for a suitable icon/symbol for it
#7
I acquired the site from this "Chudipedia" guy last night. I am going to try my best to make it better than what he originally planned.

This seems like a good idea with bad execution. I think I will try to stray away from "memes" and more towards a general archive.
#8
It's a pretty good idea. You might want to check out Metapedia and their competitor Rightpedia to not emulate their mistakes. Their sites are dead now. Mostly to do with the fact that their broader political sphere is dying, it's sort of adjacent to European New Right boomer stuff I believe.

They sought to create a wiki that was kind of like Rationalwiki but right wing. I think that is an unproductive goal and it led to the squabbles that fragmented them into a bunch of small competing wikis that nobody ever visited. The goal should instead be to archive, in a relatively unbiased way, the events, memes, and figures of our sphere that cannot make it into mainstream Wikipedia.

To be clear about the alternative, you could alternatively try to make it a "wiki with a right wing voice" rather than a "wiki about right wing subjects", but this would lead to internal squabbles immediately. It would also be pointless.
#9
(07-07-2023, 05:27 PM)The_Author Wrote: It's a pretty good idea. You might want to check out Metapedia and their competitor Rightpedia to not emulate their mistakes. Their sites are dead now. Mostly to do with the fact that their broader political sphere is dying, it's sort of adjacent to European New Right boomer stuff I believe.

They sought to create a wiki that was kind of like Rationalwiki but right wing. I think that is an unproductive goal and it led to the squabbles that fragmented them into a bunch of small competing wikis that nobody ever visited. The goal should instead be to archive, in a relatively unbiased way, the events, memes, and figures of our sphere that cannot make it into mainstream Wikipedia.

To be clear about the alternative, you could alternatively try to make it a "wiki with a right wing voice" rather than a "wiki about right wing subjects", but this would lead to internal squabbles immediately. It would also be pointless.
Yeah, I plan on shifting the focus away from memey/irony content to actual things common on These Spheres.

I think OP was too focused on memes and not on real stuff, so I am trying my best to correct that.

And for Metapedia, it's a bit iffy. Sure it has good arguments, but its subjects are more just ideas and not people or things.

And yes, I do think the archival is more important than le epicly debunking libtard nigger articles on wikipedia and rational wiki. That's for faggots who are too focused on stupid shit like that. I don't want to lose my precious gems.
#10
(07-04-2023, 02:30 PM)chudipedia Wrote: Chudipedia is the Internet's FIRST wiki dedicated to the archival and documentation of the 'Chudosphere', i.e Right-Wing Twitter, Amarna, etc.

Come and make an account and article today!


gemmy
#11
What exactly happened to the website? "account suspended" makes me thing, that some sort of particular rule broken with whatever service you were using to host it. Beyond just being a racist chudcel site because the suspension seems to be recent (in comparison to how long the site would have been up.) Although it very well could just have just gone unnoticed until recently, Either way its a shame I would have loved to see this (it doesn't seem like there's an archive either.)



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