meguca - anonymous realtime imageboard focused on high performance, free speech and transparent moderation

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To enable poster country flags on posts please download GeoLite2-Country.mmdb from https://www.maxmind.com and place it inside meguca's root directory. Country lookup will become available after a server restart.

https://github.com/bakape/meguca

Dependencies:

almond : 0.3.3
core-js : 2.5.7
dom4 : 2.1.3
gulp : 3.9.1
gulp-clean-css : 3.10.0
gulp-less : 3.5.0
gulp-sourcemaps : 2.6.4
gulp-typescript : 4.0.2
gulp-uglify : 3.0.1
gulp-util : 3.0.8
typescript : 3.1.6
uglify-js : 3.4.9

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