[Clipart] Openclipart - striptease girl
chovynz at gmail.com
Wed Jul 14 03:45:46 PDT 2010
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The search is working fine, in filtering search queries, however, wasn't
nsfw tagged clipart supposed to be invis'ed from regular users until
they click a checkbox "Show nsfw" in their user profile settings? I'm
also seeing the tag "nsfw" now. And obviosuly Anon users can see these
ones at various stages under various tags. Cache has been refreshed.
On 14/07/2010 10:38 p.m., Bassel Safadi wrote:
> I'm not able to see any of the NSFW tagged images when not logged in,
> maybe it's a cache problem in your browser? or if not please send me
> what NSFW images are showing where?
> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 1:23 PM, chovynz <chovynz at gmail.com
> <mailto:chovynz at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Ok, I've found another problem.
> Anonymous users (as in not logged in) can see all nsfw, and logged
> in users cannot.
> That's at the very least the opposite way around to what it needs
> to be.
> You'll need to correct this Bassel since no-one else can yet,
> unless this is weirdly intentional? No use marking them as nsfw if
> "not logged in" can see them.
> On 14/07/2010 9:45 p.m., Donna Benjamin wrote:
> I don't think they should be censored in anyway - I think we
> should just
> flag the fact they are 'adult' content.
> It is a very fine line indeed. If it was a doll, with clothing
> for dressing and undressing, there would be no problem. But these
> particular images are of women in sexualised poses. Many
> workplaces have
> very strict policies and most education jurisdictions would
> object to
> this material for young children.
> As I said I have no problem with the images, flagging them
> 'not safe for
> work (NSFW)' is a perfect solution. The content remains,
> unchanged, but
> we're not promoting it on the front page - which could cause
> to be banned in schools - which would be a huge shame, as most
> of the
> content is perfectly suitable, and very useful in the classroom.
> Yes - I'd be happy to act as Librarian - and tag material I
> see, or that
> was flagged for review by others.
> On Wed, 2010-07-14 at 18:23 +1200, chovynz wrote:
> Should we consider removing the words and changing the
> descriptions on
> cliparts like this? or we leave the words as is and if the
> uploader uses
> words such as these that's when we nsfw them?
> (I prefer the second option from a Librarian POV, and the
> first sounds
> like censorship to me.)
> On 14/07/2010 6:19 p.m., jon at rejon.org
> <mailto:jon at rejon.org> wrote:
> I think we should be more conservative on the main
> page, and yes,
> striptease and that they are easily undressable.
> On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 11:09 PM,
> chovynz<chovynz at gmail.com <mailto:chovynz at gmail.com>>
> 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 <mailto:jon at rejon.org>>
> 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
> <mailto:donna at kattekrab.net>>
> 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
> on the front page that could be seen
> as inapropriate for school
> 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
> thinking about some kind of rating or
> tagging system that means they
> 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
> Bassel Safadi
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