> Funny thing is, I find Hubski a better way to waste time nowadays than Reddit and use it more than Reddit itself,
Oh, I do too, but that's because I find it vastly superior to Reddit, not because Hubski is "the Reddit that Reddit used to be" or even "the Reddit that Reddit could be."
Hubski is smaller, Hubski is more about the community, from what I can tell Hubski's not overrun by trolls. Hubski doesn't have the gratifying pat-yourself-on-the-back-for-being-a-member-of-an-'elite'-group that Reddit developed over the past few years and which is, at best, a mirage of elitism.
To OP: nowaypablo
I'm curious if people expect/want Hubski to be a "super-reddit," as a polished and pure version of reddit and the reddit concept.
First, what is this "Reddit concept"? That you can go someplace and find interesting things to read? Successful news and site aggregation? That's a pretty wide concept and not one that I think is original to Reddit so I don't think that's what you're driving at...but what are these ideals you perceive to be original/unique to Reddit that you think could be further propagated here? Besides, as has been pointed out, the simple fact that both sites are aggregators?