Tanks are an unfortunate reality in all of our lives. Sprites are less of a problem, really.<div><br></div><div>I disagree moderation should deal with stylistic issues, other than obviously offensive, violent, or sexually innapropriate content. And licenses.</div><div><br></div><div>If not sugarized icons are a problem, then we loose about half the activities in ASLO.</div><div>BTW I think we're supporting non-sugarized icons for next release ;-)</div><div><br></div><div>Regards,</div><div>Sebastian<br><div><br>El lun, 31 de mar 2014 a las 7:40 AM, Walter Bender <email@example.com> escribió:<br>
<blockquote type="cite"><div class="plaintext" style="white-space: pre-wrap;">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
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
I don't remember reading about those decisions.
I am unaware of changes in
Currently it says nothing about censorship by name or sprite warfare.
I would think moderation in ASLO would be to prevent spam, not to curate
El lun, 31 de mar 2014 a las 7:23 AM, Walter Bender
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 changed.
And the icon is not "sugarized". * Tank Operations, as has already been
discussed, uses a metaphor that is not appropriate for our audience. We had
agreed to change artwork before releasing this activity. regards. -walter
Walter Bender Sugar Labs <a href="http://www.sugarlabs.org">http://www.sugarlabs.org</a>