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John P

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Naktiv website closed
« on: November 21, 2019, 08:17:47 PM »
I saw on the Reddit nudism board that Richard Foley has closed his Naktiv forum "for the foreseeable":

I went and looked, and the report is true. Naktiv had subforums for discussing the various NEWT trips, and I posted some messages about the ones I'd been on, though few other participants showed up there. That was a compromise for me, because the site had a rule forbidding young people from joining, which I think is a bad thing for naturists to do. So I didn't post to other parts of the site, and I only occasionally looked at what was there. Someone on Reddit said "I heard it had to do with controversy over the rules for photos and what some users thought should be allowed to show. Richard may have shut it down to make a point that his rules must be followed. Not certain of that though. It may be just for maintenance or conversion to another format."

So perhaps there was a conflict going on that I wasn't aware of! If something like that happened, I wish I knew what the issue was.


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Re: Naktiv website closed
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2019, 09:34:38 PM »
It's not the fist time that Naktiv is closed. The last time it was for a change in format and a complete update. I hope it will be the same now
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Re: Naktiv website closed
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2019, 11:20:02 PM »
I got tired of Naktiv a while ago and didn't bother going there lately.  I guess I wasn't (ac)tive enough.  Maybe others weren't either.    It was hard to log in, hard to navigate, had troubles replying to posts, etc.  I guess I won't bother looking to see what happened. 
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