Hetalia kink meme ([personal profile] hetalia_kink) wrote2008-07-24 03:43 am

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[identity profile] hetalia-kink.livejournal.com 2009-03-09 12:23 am (UTC)(link)
This issue requires further discussion between the mods.

However, the poster above did used abusive language. It is difficult to decide whether or not to screen a post if their content is useful. Rude language is discouraged, but if the post has essential information, such as a fill, there are only two things we can do. If the abusive language is detected before it has been replied to, we can re-post the comment without the offending material. This method could arouse rage against us, as 'offending' is an subjective term. The other method is to leave it, and hope no fistfights over it occur.

I have screened the above post, because there is no useful information in it.

Thank you for your notification.

Also, please take note that there is more than one mod. This means that during the pruning process, each mod uses his/her own judgment to screen, or even delete comments. This does not always agree with others, but what is done is done. We are still learning using this negative feedback loop, so even negative comments are appreciated, with the exception of 'nonconstructive criticism'. This would include direct attacks at mods or anonymouses regarding their own personal kinks, mistakes they have made, or their actions in regards to the community. Once again, this is subjective.

... further clarification may be made in the rules at a later point.

So, for now, all comments here will be answered.