Code Of Conduct
Please note: This is a DRAFT.
Feautor Community Guidelines
Respect the Feautor Community
Please don’t abuse our site. Every new feature on Feautor involves a certain level of trust. We trust you to be responsible, and thousands of users respect that trust, so please be one of them.
We Review Content Flagged As Inappropriate
Don’t Cross the Line
Here are some common-sense rules that will help you steer clear of trouble:
Feautor is for the Community
Remember that this is your community! Each and every user of Feautor makes the site what it is, so don’t be afraid to dig in and get involved!
—The Feautor Team
Please leave your comments below.
efc / 18 September 2007 / 13:05
I really like the tone of this document. We should keep it loose and friendly as it is now. It is actually not too dry to read.
Note the consistent use of “Feautor” here. I like this form of the name better than the one in the welcome statement.
Do we actually have a way to set an “inappropriate” flag in the system? This would be, I assume, similar to the YouTube functionality.
In the “don’t cross the line” what about religious examples? Cartoons of Mohammed? Pictures of crucifix in urine?
RoD / 25 September 2007 / 15:10
Hi Friends, I’m little schock with this part in the document:
“Also, be advised that we work closely with law enforcement and we report child exploitation. Don’t post content showing dangerous or illegal acts, like animal abuse, drug abuse, or bomb making. Graphic or gratuitous violence is not allowed. If your content shows someone getting hurt, attacked, or humiliated, don’t post it. Feautor is not a shock site. Don’t post gross-out videos of accidents, dead bodies and stuff like that. This includes war footage if it’s intended to shock or disgust. Respect copyright.”
I’m thinking that could be more resumed with a expresion like a: “Feautor is not for pornography or sexually explicit content… so please keep away this material from here!”
Also, we need to look more closely the flagging system … Carlos can build this?
Mary Hess / 05 October 2007 / 11:14
Good point RoDrigo! I like your wording a lot more, the other is just the basic stuff I “captured” from YouTube’s statement.
Mansingh / 25 March 2013 / 20:17
If there was one thing I would have changed about this episdoe, it would have been the treatment of the CMC after it was made known that they were Gabby Gums. True, they did spill some major secrets about a lot of ponies, but come on, they’re kids! If a couple of 3rd graders in our world had done something similar I doubt that the entire town would ostracize them in such a similar manner.
omdpvjsx / 27 March 2013 / 09:03
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