[Clipart] More nsfw stuff
Gerald.Ganson at rdc.ab.ca
Tue May 4 07:44:33 PDT 2010
From: clipart-bounces+gerald.ganson=rdc.ab.ca at lists.freedesktop.org [mailto:clipart-bounces+gerald.ganson=rdc.ab.ca at lists.freedesktop.org] On Behalf Of Seb
Sent: Monday, May 03, 2010 5:36 PM
Cc: John Olsen; bryce at bryceharrington.org; Joanna Pszenicyn; clipart at lists.freedesktop.org
Subject: Re: [Clipart] More nsfw stuff
About NSFW. Imo NSFW is not appropriate. Simply because of the nature
of this site. It's very likely that kids will be using it in a context
that is not "at work". the answer is pretty simple. You add a check
box to the upload form. "Does this image contain Nudity?" Then have a
filter to block it.
Just FYI, perhaps we can learn from another art type site. (DeviantArt.com)
They have a three choice setup for uploads.
"Contains mature content(?)  Yes (strict)  Yes (warning)  No"
Users can turn "Mature Content" off and on in their user settings.
OCAL may only need something like this.
"Contains nudity (?)  Yes  No"
This is from the help page on the subject...
Is my deviation Mature Content?
* Please be aware that we do not allow the submission of sexually explicit or pornographic content (images, literature or otherwise).
By tagging your deviation as Mature Content you are in essence informing a potential viewer that your submission contains material or theme which more sensitive viewers may find to be offensive or upsetting. Common subjects which are considered Mature Content are nudity, excessive violence, blood and gore, sexual themes, strong language, or ideologically sensitive themes. See below for explanations.
# Nudity-Fairly self explanatory. If your work contains nudity, displaying a penis, testicle, vagina, breast, nipples, or buttocks you should assign this tag.
# Sexual Themes-References to sex or overt sexuality, including sexual based humor. This category may also cover images involving models in lingerie, provocative poses, and "skimpy" or erotic styles of dress.
# Violence/Gore-This refers to overtly bloody or violent imagery, generally associated with the horror and macabre genres, but could also pertain to photojournalism or written work. This should mainly be applied toward depictions of violence or gore etc, that are portrayed in a "realistic" manner as opposed to the zany or exaggerated cartoon violence.
# Strong Language-Profanity, vulgarity, and otherwise coarse or offensive language.
# Ideologically Sensitive-If your work may be construed as offensive toward a person or group of people due to a religious, political, social or other belief please assign this tag to it. While deviantART does not allow the submission of hate propaganda or hate art we do recognize that often works motivated for political, religious or other personal beliefs can be seen as offensive by those holding opposing beliefs.
Pornographic and other unacceptably sexual themes continue to be prohibited despite the presence of this tag as are certain other contents which have been judged unacceptable. Information concerning this is covered elsewhere in this FAQ
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