[ASLO] SpaceWar and Tank Operation
sebastian at fuentelibre.org
Mon Mar 31 08:48:13 EDT 2014
Tanks are an unfortunate reality in all of our lives. Sprites are less
of a problem, really.
I disagree moderation should deal with stylistic issues, other than
obviously offensive, violent, or sexually innapropriate content. And
If not sugarized icons are a problem, then we loose about half the
activities in ASLO.
BTW I think we're supporting non-sugarized icons for next release ;-)
El lun, 31 de mar 2014 a las 7:40 AM, Walter Bender
<walter.bender at gmail.com> escribió:
> The link you provide refers to violence as a reason to remove an
> activity. As we discussed when looking at the original request, tanks
> are an unfortunate reality in the lives of some of our users. Lionel
> in fact put out a call for help updating the artwork to use a
> different metaphor.
> The link also states that the icons should be sugarized.
> Moderation is in regard to all aspects of the activity, not just in
> regard to spam.
> On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 8:30 AM, Sebastian Silva
> <sebastian at fuentelibre.org> wrote:
>> I don't remember reading about those decisions.
>> I am unaware of changes in
>> Currently it says nothing about censorship by name or sprite
>> Please update.
>> I would think moderation in ASLO would be to prevent spam, not to
>> El lun, 31 de mar 2014 a las 7:23 AM, Walter Bender
>> <walter.bender at gmail.com> escribió:
>> I have an issue with the release of both of these activities: *
>> While one
>> could argue that SpaceWars is pretty abstract, the name could be
>> And the icon is not "sugarized". * Tank Operations, as has already
>> discussed, uses a metaphor that is not appropriate for our
>> audience. We had
>> agreed to change artwork before releasing this activity. regards.
>> Walter Bender Sugar Labs http://www.sugarlabs.org
> Walter Bender
> Sugar Labs
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