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Fri Jul 29 11:55:11 PDT 2005
Bryce Harrington wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 28, 2005 at 06:49:13PM -0700, Jon Phillips wrote:
> > Right, I think we should encourage non-value judgment keywords. So
> > rather than say "bad" or "offensive," say "nudity" or "religious," etc.
> Agreed, and also probably even more precise than that. E.g., 'artistic
> nudity', 'erotic nudity', 'pornographic nudity',
I think it's best to avoid compound keywords like "erotic nudity"
when possible, and instead use combinations of simpler keywords, in
this case "eroticism" and "nudity". Similarly, "pornography" and
"nudity" instead of the compound "pornographic nudity". This way we
probably don't need so many keywords overall, and it's easier to search
As another example, the list of keywords on the wiki currently has
"advent" for Christian Christmas images and "xmas" for secular Christmas
images, but it seems simpler just to use "christmas" with or without
> 'Christian', 'Jewish', 'Islamic', etc.
This should probably be "christianity", "judaism" and "islam", as
we generally use nouns rather than adjectives.
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