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Unofficial FFA Search
Drag to bookmarks and click to search for selected text on a page or pop up a search box.
Searches are now matched across subject & comment text as if they were a single long string instead of the old behavior of matching each separately. Report any problems here. Currently the core search package doesn't support AND or NOT, but you can use "a + b" (redundant) and "a - b" in their place. Grouping with parentheses behaves as normal. Why they made OR still work as expected I can't tell you.
Old news: Dememe now supports HTTPS/SSL connections: https://dememe.info
The memebridge account is blocking direct messages as spam, as an alternative please try email@example.com or use the (hopefully reliable) screened post on DW.
RSS feeds of new comments for any search are now available, if your browser doesn't auto-detect them just click the orange RSS icon on the right side of the search bar. Google has removed RSS support from recent Chrome versions, so you'll have to enter them manually. The feeds all have the same username & password as logging in here (nonnie / pony) and most RSS readers should be able to handle them. Please don't set them to refresh more than every 5m or so if you can avoid it, they run a full search every time. If you're putting them into something that can share feeds as public or private, please keep them private to avoid FFA comments randomly getting sucked into aggregators.
Please don't put the login info for this site into any public web service or bot. If you want a lot of data, just email me and I'll set up a data feed or do a database dump.
Don't bug the FFA mods about this, it's not their problem!
Please direct any bug reports to the threads on Livejournal
or private message to memebridge on livejournal or gmx.com.
For the time being only moderator comments will have the poster's username to avoid showing anon-fails.
Please direct requests for comment or thread removal to the privacy thread
or via private message to memebridge on livejournal or gmx.com with the LJ comment id or thread id in question and a sentence or so telling me what to look for.
I won't abuse any server logs that are generated; keep only aggregate, anonymous data without ip information; delete logs as quickly as feasible; view them only for debugging, securing & administering the server; and generally do everything reasonable to keep any browsing data information private and anonymous.