have heard are really that of any centralized platform. Ruqqus too has got issues. Reddit started out great but we all know where its at now. We wont solve the problems of social media with centralized solutions.
I would ask if you are here you consider your future, consider how the site will hold up if it goes down for good? I guess d3rr can resurrect it but really that is not the ideal solution. Making decentralized solutions is not easy but I would suggest you look into them. They need support and users. One platform I am particularly fond of is discussions.app . They have recently completed a big update and the look and function is a lot better. They have also dropped downvotes like saidit did. They have a new communities feature that allows anyone to make multiple communities from the same content. The structure of discussions.app is to have no censorship at the base but then on top content is hidden by anyone for anyone. Its a very novel solution, in its infancy, for all the moderation problems of traditional platforms. Its yet to be fully hashed out and has so many possibilities. For instance moderating around the pyramid of debate is quite possible as are many other obscure ideas.
Please consider you support for centralized vs decentralized platforms