purplepumpkin · 7 weeks ago
Tell that to the guy who stole my credit card...
guest_ · 7 weeks ago
Oops. This was supposed to go in the NSFW chat but somehow became its own chat. My bad. Also- sorry to hear about your credit card. Unfortunately people tend not to exercise fiduciary good practices when converting the finances of others to their own ends illegitimately. But- you can likely agree that you’d wished that person had used more restraint right? So... I suppose that proves the principal.
scatmandingo · 7 weeks ago
Now that I think on it we should err on the side of NSFW. It’s only one extra click and it will get more people creating accounts which my result in less guest shitposts.
scatmandingo · 7 weeks ago
**may
guest_ · 7 weeks ago
I think that when it doubt it’s better to NSFW a post. Few people get upset over unnecessary courtesy unless it’s quite excessive- which one click is not. It’s a little extra effort and judgment to think of others. So I didn’t mean to imply otherwise. I meant in a philosophical context when imposing NSFW before any actual objections are made that one should not be overzealous. Everything is offensive to someone on sons way I’m sure. Finding a “happy point” has a lot to do with listening and community standards.
guest_ · 7 weeks ago
But one thing that broaches that I didn’t get to mention is that I think it’s important to somehow and preferably with some standard- tag titles with information as to why it is NSFW. In other words- a post with a title like “title” or “WOW!” That’s NSFW, how does someone have any idea if they will be bothered by it before they look? Say that you’re fine with sexual posts but can’t deal with rape, violence, or maybe gore. Or you are fine with Gore but can’t deal with sexual posts? Etc. so I think a system for identifying the nature of the NSFW material is important too.
guest_ · 7 weeks ago
Otherwise is becomes almost pointless since either anyone with any type of sensitivity can never click any NSFW post (and if we default to NSFW when in doubt that could be a lot of posts,) or the NSFW tag becomes almost pointless since people will likely click things they don’t want to see because they don’t know. Of note: I say “title” above but I suppose the comments would work too- and people would just need to be aware they have to read comments before clicking the image unless they are ok to go in blind.