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Re: add "censorship" / profanity files to github?

Post by PicassoCT » 05 Mar 2015, 10:46

împortant is that filtering is not seen as a act of powers that be to censor you
more of a guy having a longer leaver trying to make you look ridiculous by impotent rage

steam and origin are the same thing- but one is cool and one is not. Why? Cause if you flung shit at valve, it wouldnt stick - or even worser, could fly back at you.
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Re: add "censorship" / profanity files to github?

Post by Silentwings » 05 Mar 2015, 18:53

@abma: Sounds fine to me.
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Re: add "censorship" / profanity files to github?

Post by abma » 06 Mar 2015, 05:34

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Re: add "censorship" / profanity files to github?

Post by gajop » 06 Mar 2015, 06:13

In short, I'm OK with the proposed changes, but ideally I'd do this:
abma wrote:1. store profanity list only on server, don't put it in the git repo
It's actually OK to put the profanity list on server, or note where the profanity list has been obtained from.
I certainly don't see an issue with it either way.
abma wrote: 3. don't filter/change channel/battle/private messages at all
I actually wouldn't mind it if you did enable filtering but made it optional. Alternatively it wouldn't be a bad thing if lobby clients implemented it locally (and then it would be nice to have the profanity list).
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Re: add "censorship" / profanity files to github?

Post by abma » 06 Mar 2015, 13:01

gajop wrote:I actually wouldn't mind it if you did enable filtering but made it optional. Alternatively it wouldn't be a bad thing if lobby clients implemented it locally (and then it would be nice to have the profanity list).
making it optional imo this is sth. that makes server code bloat. also performance wise its pretty bad.
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