turnip at turnipspatch.com
Wed Jul 27 14:19:03 PDT 2005
hmmm... I think this is actually a matter that should be discussed. From
"We do not censor the content of the submissions"
Now, I'm not saying that we *should* accept porn, but deleting it goes
directly against that statement so one or other should be changed. We
don't want to end up becoming a porn repository, of course, but there's
tasteful nudity (Da Vinci etc.) and there's porn. We should make it
clear that we won't accept the latter (I think everyone agrees on that),
but perhaps we could accept the former with a "may offend" or "nudity"
flag? Something like that?
What thinketh the list?
Alberto Simões wrote:
>In the other hand, vectorial pron is svg as any other image O:-)
>On 7/26/05, Jon Phillips <jon at rejon.org> wrote:
>>I noticed someone submitted some porn to our incoming. I wrote a quick
>>proram in php to delete those files. I commented everything out. If you
>>need the web server to delete something, then edit that file and add the
>>file names you want deleted, and then run this from your web browser:
>>After you have run that, then either change that scripts permissions, or
>>comment out the good stuff. Yes, its a hack...
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