>I am interested. Solve these problems and we can talk.
xy (at) toltoltol.com
>prove you are not glowing
I'm trying to find a partner on imageboards. It's already a proof.
>explain your intention
Imageboards can be very helpful in education, not just a place where someone can post porn or manifesto.
>ownership of the site, in case feds post pizza or manifest, consider anonymous hosting services
Me. No need to be anonymous.
>complete plausible deniability for me
Nothing to deny. Everything will be legal. We will requires all board owners to lock their threads and set the number of the new threads to be created to be zero when they go offline.
(Nobody can post without the board owners online. Or, try to add a feature that when the board owners are offline, the new threads or posts have to wait to be seen.)
>be serious about security, post public key
I don't have one.
>compensation, may not even be money
40% of the ad profit (except the ad attracted by the board owners and posted on their own boards.)
If you are not happy with the money, try to make the board more advertisement friendly. THAT'S THE WHOLE POINT OF THE DESIGN.
And, if this idea is successful, you'll certainly become a hero in the imageboard world.
>how much work needed
Only the experienced people know.
I'm not surprised by the concerns you listed above. It's the reality of the imageboard world. But I want to change.