I have been meaning to do this for a while now. I am going to start dedicating more time to the website and community engagement. Starting with having a weekly post to give updates and progress that has been make with the NetPredators network, and other things that I feel fit the bill. Starting with…
Anonymous Comments Allowed
A community member mentioned allowing comments on predators posts from people that are not registered members. So, from their request, everyone is able to comment on all posts where commenting is enabled and you do not need to be logged in or even a member of our site to comment.
The purpose of this is to allow victims and others that have known the predator to more easily give their own account of the individual.
This is for now to be considered only a temporary test period while we monitor spam. If things go well then we keep it open.
I do want to encourage everyone to still please Register to become a member.
The added benefits of being a member is being able to participate in our Community Forums where you can talk about all things Predator Catching related, including a Drama Club for those with that want to discuss about catcher and community drama
So please stop in and Introduce Yourself
This project here has been mostly my own doing with very little outside help. I do many things behind the scene that nobody sees, plus also having my own family.
I could use the help from people with skills in the following areas
- Programming and web app development
- Art design
- Researching and cataloging predators (OSINT)
- Forum moderators (once people start finally using the forum)
- Writing articles for various things
Or if you just want to help and do not know exactly where you could fit in, send us an email
The chat function is currently broken. The web client became unable to work with the server software overnight. I’ve tried to remedy it, but it looks like I am going to have to use a different server software as there is really no other decent web client. Update: I have fixed the chat function.
If you want to use your own IRC client, like Hexchat, just direct it to use the server address of irc.netpredators.com port 6667, or port 6697 for using SSL.
This truly is the best method to communicate and avoid big tech censorship.
You may also go to irc.NetPredators.com for a full page web client