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What do we do about Patreon Discord servers?

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More and more these days, creators are using Discord servers as a means to wall off their content, and you're even forced to link to your Patreon account to access specific channels where the content is. Is there any plan to counteract this? Otherwise, this method could mean the death of this site.

The death of this site?

THat;s what shared files is for.

>>30681
and how often do people actually post in the shared files section compared to the Patreon crawler?

>>30684
Almost never, but there's not much else you can do if people send single use invites to discord, unless maybe people are willing to share their invited accounts.

some of artist's and their mods kick non-patron's immediately(Even if you dont sync your patreon acc with discord). Plus some of em have just a shitty WIP's on thier channels and link to another paywalled stuff

>>30681

I thought shared files only work with content shared via messages on patreon itself and not externally too.

awwwww this is a nightmare

Just toss it up on Shared Content once you have it.

>>30787
Where'd you get an idea like that?

just a quick FYI....some creators just post all their stuff to Discord because they are worried about getting banned for adult art on Patreon. I don't know if you can scrape SubscribeStar yet, but they are more adult friendly since they don't work with paypal....I fucking hate paypal.

>>38732
jlullaby got banned for just that now all his stuff is pm and of course none of that shit is going into shared, but yeah that broken ass scraper that hasn't worked for close to a year is coming along just fine

Just invade thier discord server's ; most of em afraid to make some random people as moderator's so they cant kick ya on sight

>>38733
>>38504

They can try but they will not win, we have the cards now with this tech. If they want to use bots we can fight that off too with a bit of scripting. Variety is the real killer.

Bump for strategy and planning

Just dump with DHT and upload to Shared Files.

>>58971
Or IPFS, because Torrents have big gay

Wait, didn't Kemono try to solve it with their own software?

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