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What feedback is appropriate for repairable offensive posts? #995

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Glorfindel83 opened this issue Aug 2, 2017 · 3 comments
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What feedback is appropriate for repairable offensive posts? #995

Glorfindel83 opened this issue Aug 2, 2017 · 3 comments

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@Glorfindel83
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@Glorfindel83 Glorfindel83 commented Aug 2, 2017

Case in point: https://m.erwaysoftware.com/posts/by-url?url=//stackoverflow.com/a/45460636
Some (non-native) speakers think f*cking is a synonym for very. Smokey reports them, we edit out the rude language and leave a comment.

What feedback is appropriate in this case?

Arguments for tpu-:

  • It's rude, and rude is synonymous to tpu-

Arguments for tp-:

  • Doesn't blacklist the user.
  • Like vandalism, this is something the community can resolve.

Arguments for fp- (or naa- when appropriate):

  • Doesn't blacklist the user.
  • The post itself is (potentially) valuable so we don't want it as a system block.

I was (when this case was posted) in the fp- camp, but I'm slowly leaning towards tp- now. Whatever the outcome, it's good to add this case to the Feedback Guidance wiki page.

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@ArtOfCode- ArtOfCode- commented Aug 2, 2017

The post itself is (potentially) valuable so we don't want it as a system block.

In my opinion, that's the test. We wouldn't want to implement a system-level block against this, so it's an FP.

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@Undo1 Undo1 commented Aug 3, 2017

Adding to Art's answer, these aren't even flaggable. We (I, at least) decline red flags on bad language used within an otherwise good post - with the reasoning that all we'll do is edit it out, so you should just do it yourself.

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@Glorfindel83 Glorfindel83 commented Aug 3, 2017

Well, the system block could be a warning like 'Your post contains offensive language, are you sure you want to post it?'. But if you both think it's fp-, that probably defines policy on this matter and I will update the wiki.

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