[Clipart] Openclipart - striptease girl
chovynz at gmail.com
Tue Jul 13 23:09:10 PDT 2010
I'm aware of the clipart, I don't necessarily agree with the decision to
hide them. Was it due to the title and wording only or the fact that
they can be undressed?
What's the way forward with these types of cliparts? Where's the line?
Is it if the title or tags says such things, or is it any clipart that
can be "undressed" irrespective of words?
On 14/07/2010 12:08 p.m., Jon Phillips wrote:
> actually, that functionality already is in place. I made the clipart
> NSFW and they vanished :)
> Donna, you want to help us patrol our clipart? We can make you a librarian :)
> On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 4:55 PM, Jon Phillips<jon at rejon.org> wrote:
>> totally, we have this in mind. Bassel, can we make sure that the NSFW
>> tagged content is not allowed on the main popular images section.
>> I agree, we should make sure our front page is good for all.
>> On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 4:42 PM, Donna Benjamin<donna at kattekrab.net> wrote:
>>> Hey jon,
>>> I was using openclipart with some teachers in the past few weeks.
>>> There are currently three clips in the popular downloads this month section
>>> on the front page that could be seen as inapropriate for school children.
>>> This could result in openclipart being blocked by school networks. That
>>> would suck.
>>> I've got no problem with the images themselves, but wonder if we should be
>>> thinking about some kind of rating or tagging system that means they could
>>> be filtered out?
>>> Images in question
>>> Striptease girl (you can undress me!) by rones
>>> Cheerleader (you can undress me!) by rones
>>> Asian girl cosplay by shokunin
>>> What do you think?
>>> - Donna
>>> ... On the road. Sent from my phone.
>> Jon Phillips
>> http://rejon.status.net + skype: kidproto
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