>>3483746>There's series and subjects with little to no content, it would just create a culture of reposting the same shit on every thread again and again and again.
This is a problem that can be seen here already (see Suicide Boy threads) and is only solved when the people who make these threads realize it. A different file limit wouldn't change anything about that.>There would be so much stuff to keep your eye on the mods would just stop by once a week out of annoyance (like on /y/).
Actually, it would be the opposite. Instead of having to check two (or more) threads with 150 posts in each one (and one of them being in a constant risk of being necrobumped) everything would be contained in a single thread that would cease bumping the moment one of the equally big limits is reached.>Is a bad idea all around, just because you're a degenerate used to the lightning speed of /b/ it doesn't mean every other board has to act the same way.
But increasing the file limit would make the board slower, not faster, because less threads would be made.
Anyways, if you're so against increasing the file limit an alternative would be to male threads stop bumping once they reach their file limit. This way any possible discussion can exist while people wait to make a new thread, and trolls won't be able to bump full threads anymore.>>3483750
/b/ has the same file limit as /cm/, tho.>>3483768
The multiple /co/ threads say no, but in your case the problem was the art style. It was too realistic, to a point where people argued about it being traced or not. That's the kind of "controversial" imagery that mods are prone to remove on all boards regardless of the context.>>3483776
In your case your desire contradicts the purpose of /cm/ (male focus and male x male art). What you want fits better on /c/.>>3483789>I guess the least realistic (as tame as it is) is the safest bet when it comes to shota in general