Monday, September 14, 2009

Proposal: Final Solution to Final Solutions

Self-Vetoed -Darth

Adminned at 14 Sep 2009 11:18:17 UTC

After “Anything appended to a post in this way must be placed in the Admin field of the post, and the post’s Status must changed to reflect its status.” in Rule 1.7 Gamestate Tracking, add the following paragraph:

If a post, official or otherwise, contains highly offensive material, any Admin may remove it. If a Survivor objects to this, an Admin shall revert the removal.


Darknight: HE/HIM

09-14-2009 03:12:12 UTC

for Though, and no offence, I do question the naming of this proposal.

Ienpw III:

09-14-2009 03:39:05 UTC

for Although the original poster would probably object, unless they were not intending to be offensive.

Kevan: HE/HIM

09-14-2009 08:27:39 UTC

The legal ability to remove a post from existence using the subjective magic words “I find this highly offensive!”, before restoring it intact at any point in the future, seems a little too tempting to scammers.

It’s also not clear what “remove” means, and how reversible that actually is within ExpressionEngine.


09-14-2009 11:37:26 UTC

against per the “this is boring” issue. . . .


09-14-2009 15:24:02 UTC

against I think this is OK, but we need a more explicit definition of what highly offensive means. Furthermore, I don’t think it should be reverted simply by asking it, or the player who posted it in the first place can have it back with not effort.


09-14-2009 16:20:54 UTC



09-14-2009 18:17:49 UTC

veto s/v per Kevan; when I said “remove”, I had meant “remove the offensive part”, but it’s too open-to-malicious-interpretation.