Originally posted by nemesioi wasn't worried about eyeqpc's post - it was yours i was concerned about, nemesio. i'm not sure what you mean by 'R' which seems to accommodate a multitude of notions depending on your viewpoint. presumably 'R' is also not in violation of the sacrosanct TOS.
No one is advocating posts on violence, pornography, or racism, Pradtf.
Please don't paint Eyeqpc's post in that light.
The fact is there are mature topics discussed at RHP all the time that kids shouldn't be exposed to, but that a ...[text shortened]... protecting their kids from content too mature for them.
Originally posted by nemesiowell your additions make a bit more sense now to some extent, perhaps.
This is not an effort to railroad the TOS. I've never said I disagree with the TOS anyway, just that I feel it needs clarification.
To clear this up for you:
By 'R' I mean, appropriate for 17+
By 'PG' I mean, appropriate for 13+
By 'G' I mean, appropriate for all.
Perhaps a different rating system with less connotation would be better, if ...[text shortened]... aphy or racism, just a little more latitude for those with varying levels of comfort.
Originally posted by TovMauzerno the forum controversy is over. it has been ended. it is not to start up again.
Forum is integral part of the site, moreover there is more contraversy about forums at the moment, than about other site features. So in my view forums improvements are of no less importance. I like rating idea.
Originally posted by pradtfYou have amazing skill to twist other' words... Ever thought about taking up politics? I'd predict you bright career in this field.
no the forum controversy is over. it has been ended. it is not to start up again.
enough is enough
what we are talking about here isn't controversy, but possible additions to the system - extended features. they are curious, but, imho, may not be a bad idea to consider eventually, especially in the context of zucchini's child friendly ideas.
Originally posted by pradtfnow my question would be how is this rating system to be established.
they are curious, but, imho, may not be a bad idea to consider eventually, especially in the context of zucchini's child friendly ideas.