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Hello! Thank you for using yiff.party!

We hope you enjoy using it. yiff.party operates on a non-profit basis, and as such, all the server expenses are paid by our users. We don't want to run ads or infect you with crypto miners. We depend on users like you to keep the site running, and to preserve years and terabytes of amazing content—some of which is no longer available from its original creators!

Because of the nature of the site, many users are reluctant to donate. That's OK! yiff.party was created so everyone can enjoy the content we host without any restrictions or paywalls. But if you value the service we provide, and are able to, we—and our users—would be tremendously grateful if you considered making a donation.

Donation progress for March 2020

So far, approximately $123.23 has been raised out of our target of $250.00. We're about 49% of the way there! Please note: this tracker is updated manually—don't worry if your donation doesn't show up immediately!

yiff.party's server costs are due on the last day of each month. So, we need to meet this goal before 31 March!

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Thank you admin

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People shit on you all the time but you do this shit ostensibly for free just to keep us all fapping.

You're awesome.

Thank you for fixing the site, admin

Thank you for finally getting the loading to finish.

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>>65440
For free? LOL. No. People pay every single month to keep this site up and running.

"for free" loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool

Fact is, most people.who use this site never have, or will donate. So yes, free.

Thank you Admin.

For free you say, so I guess that 250$ goal was put there for decorations hahaha

Thank you Admin, you are hope.

Thank you Admin, I used this website for education purpose not for fapping.

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Never forget admin stole 300$ and got away scot free and also lied about the donations going back to 180$

Thank you

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yeah, thanks admin.

>>65496
https://yiff.party/bbs/read/50925

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>>65440
This, thank you admeme

Thank you. I sincerely appreciate the support.

The reality is that yiff.party is unlike most websites, and a number of factors make it difficult to stay afloat. For instance, the recent downtime was caused by a combination of both (a) huge traffic spikes, and (b) our proxy servers constantly being shut down, sometimes while I'm asleep. Because yiff.party's frontend servers constantly change providers due to both bandwidth requirements and copyright problems, it's near impossible for me to keep things smooth 100% of the time. I'm one person, doing this in my spare time, pro bono. Commercial websites with similar traffic levels as yiff.party have dozens if not hundreds of IT staff.

I try my best for the site, and I'm amazed it's even lasted this far. I'm not giving in anytime soon, so please just bear with me.

Thank you, Admin.

Now there’s a chance I can finally see some fat tiger tits again.

>>65513
You have done a good job managing this site, thank you for your effort. Aso is it just me or is the site's font is all bold ?

>>65514
Hahahahaha lol what a way to show appreciation lol XD

>>65513
Thank you kindly admin for everything. Despite all the trolls and shit.

>>65496
At what point do you people give up on that false crap?

>>65552
The problem is there are undoubtedly a significant number of people and entities that want this place shut down. It's not going to be easy, but admin needs to be prepared to face attacks from all angles in an attempt to divide and manipulate anyone who uses this site. Honestly, it's a heroic effort.

>>65552
It’s obviously a meme, let people shitpost without taking everything so seriously.

>>65571
This is the first time I have seen someone claim this

>>65579
Oh I’m sure at first it was a real accusation but now it’s just become a running joke on this site

>>65513
>I'm one person, doing this in my spare time, pro bono. Commercial websites with similar traffic levels as yiff.party have dozens if not hundreds of IT staff.
Don't forget to ask for help if you need it on the nitty gritty tech stuff, I'm certain there's plenty of guys here who wouldn't mind sharing the burden.

>>65626
It's something I've considered, but sadly it's not currently possible:
- In terms of the yiff.party software, I still firmly believe open-sourcing scraper tech is a bad idea and will lead to needless cat-and-mouse games re: circumvention.
>b-but scrapers already exist for Patreon!
Yes, but do they have yiff.party's userbase?

- Infrastructure is pretty much impossible to get help with unless someone can rent me a 10Gbps up/down server with unmetered traffic and a ~1TB cache SSD for less than $30 a month.

Thanks so much for keeping this site running

>>65527
>Hahahahaha lol what a way to show appreciation lol XD
>Despite all the trolls and shit

>>65552
at what point do you stop responding to bait

>>65485
DO IT FOR FREE

>>65630
what do you think about COVID-19
also have you tried off shore hosting (lots of them are in the deep web)

If you going to shut site down
Then pls warn us at least i dunno - a month before you'll shut it
That will be worthy departure

>>65630
Are you looking at ways to reduce server costs?

>>65990
No. I'm already scraping the bottom of the barrel.

>>66002
The bottom of the patreon barrel, or something else entirely?

>>66002
Can we remove all content that is not porn/art/game related. It would save a lot of space. For example, there are multiple creators that just have content related to SAILING! I don’t think anyone comes here looking for that kind of content.

>>66036
I guess some people just really like boats and canvas.

>>66002
All the better to start looking for ways to reduce server costs.

>>66058
Yeah all one of them

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