>Anon Cafe is already dying
I used /fascist/, i know its users and you know damn well almost none of them posted outside the board without making themselves be overly obvious, the ones who successfully camouflage are decent users who will probably return anyways, the 2 or 3 of those taking into account the numbers.
Anon.cafe was already a fringe webring site before the Julay/Tengu debacle and it can surely survive after this lost email crisis, mentioning otherwise is just sour attitude from the bunkered userbase. Check the boards and see for yourself, the few of those who were before the bunker have the same activity as before, the ones that came later have the same slow numbers like they always did, the only board who got numbers was /christian/ and mainly because users like to bully them in discussions (which christians oddly cannot defend themselves with their own texts, meaning /fascist/ and even /fringe/ know more about the Bible than themselves but that's another story).
>You're going to be left with a few boards with two or three unique IPs getting three or four posts a day
Nigger did you even use the site before? that has been the meal all this time and /fascist/ being here didn't change that unless you used that board to begin with.
/fascist/ going away is a bad thing in terms of webring stability but in terms of local uses & customs i don't think anything for the bad will happen, the content wasn't bad but the users bringing along their own beef and not discussing in a civilized way most aspects was the downfall (along with the strange glowing fantasyposting). /k/ still focuses on the machines only and unless that infrastructure thread transforms into transporting biological entities into a volcano and how to craft movements and laws to make it possible i don't think they will get into trouble, even the happening threads are civil and mostly factual.
>/intl/ did absolutely nothing wrong
lol, i browsed there and while they were nowhere near as bad as some say they did pull pranks all the time and shitpost into other boards, getting blamed was just more excuse to keep doing it. They had little to discuss even with the banter and when they were expelled they practically disappeared, same with the original /sp/ although they did actually do nothing wrong and materialized later into abstractposting about american playball.
>/fascist/ didn't cause any trouble here initially
It didn't but posters from different posting styles came around and weren't hammered into learning how things worked here, you can even read how many are angry at them weeks ago for making things more aggressive and kicking out old posters from there. I still don't see how they could've been a danger to romanian law weeks ago but i can suppose it's a pre-emptive action from the admins before they make manifestos which aren't illegal but it makes suppliers shit their pants due to bad press.