>All of those ideas only seem to server that specific user more than the userbase as a whole.
Are you dumb?
>If you want to make a general about your own autistospecific subsection of leftism as a whole
>The biggest umbrellas of the left of which 99.5% of leftists position themselves within are "autistospecific"
>Leftism is more than just those four
Oh yeah sorry
for leaving out mutualism and Ricardian socialism. I forgot about those very relevant tendencies of the day.
>it's splitting up groups that aren't even opposed to eachother
Outed for being ignorant but loud. If you'd organized a month of your life or read 15 minutes of socialist text you'd know how fucking stupid that statement is.
1. Syndicalism (both ansynd and De Leonism) is anti-reformist and libertarian socialist, most of the movement today is anti-electoralist and exist within the social anarchist milleu.
2. Libertarian communism critiques Marxist communism and syndicalism from the left and advocates organizing the risen people of the community to revolt against all forms of capital and communize immediately.
3. Demsoc came out of revisionist Marxism and advocates reform over revolution within the confines of bourgeois electoralism, later virulently critiqued by Lenin and by the time of Stalin they are referred to as 'social fascists'.
4. Leninism is characterized by centralized authority via a vanguard party set to destroy the bourgeois state and its appendages and establish a dictatorship of the proletariat to eliminate all bourgeois forces in society and transition to socialism and then communism.
>would no-doubt devolve into the worst of circlejerks
AKA educating people properly and minimizing mutual sabotage of threads over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. OH NO, COULD YOU IMAGINE HAVING THREE HOSTILE SHITPOSTS IN A 150+ POST THREAD INSTEAD OF 112!? WHAT WOULD COME OF US NOOOO
>/edu/ is more than just history, economy and philosophy.
You're right, it covers science too. So pretend I said "and /sci/".
>But since we should see how the average optimal mode of browsing would start at the frontpage and generally ends up at /leftypol/'s catalog,
You seem to have forgotten my opening:
</leftypol/ (umbrella* for):
/leftypol/ would in this case also catalog what its umbrella covers (thought this was obvious). 'Overboard' should be catalog-able too honestly.
>Similarly, /hobby/ is also much more than /mu/ and /fit/.
I strongly disagree, half of the board is threads that could be on boards made later now (/games/, /a/, /edu/) and the rest that don't could be organized into additional actual boards. Nobody fucking likes /hobby/ because of how unfocused it is. There's an active drawing thread on there, cool. Then also make an /arts/ board and include /music/ in there too. /k/ could either have its own board or combined with /fit/ into a /defense/ board. The difficult ones are Rails Appreciation Thread and Furry General, but after giving it some thought obviously the first goes under /econ/ and the second gets deleted.
All your "arguments" have been destroyed, now step aside, pal