andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Fri Dec 29 06:23:32 PST 2006
<e86992a40612290558i6e93a71dsac21c52e264e1d77 at mail.gmail.com>, Frances
Berriman <fberriman at gmail.com> writes
>This is exactly the issue we came up with when we started discussing a
>content-rating format a few months back, and previous again to that
>It's very difficult to come up with a universal standard for
>describing content and it's "safety".
Yet there are many existing standards for doing so; which are far more
considered and granular than the binary "NSFW".
What happened to the uF "requirement" for research into existing
That article suggests linking to <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSFW>
using rel-tag. It doesn't say what happens if/ when that article is
Merry Bloomin' Christmas!
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