To say that in advance: It does quite good for me. I blocked several keywords, and I haven't really seen any of the content I wanted to avoid.
But well, I'm around here and at FA, but also in several artists' journals and such.
And several times, and especially in the last two or three weeks, I've read people complaining and many even leaving Inkbunny for the sake of using FA again.
People said that they keywords and the blocking are ultimately useless as the tagging isn't enforced strictly enough, artists don't tag their stuff, and no one takes care about it.
The content they didn't want to see differed from person to person, of course, but several ones agreed, that even if you filter "cub", the website and especially frontpage would still look like a specific cubporn website and such.
I cannot judge that specific case as I do not block that tag, but well, for this journal that's not a neccessary part anyway.
Important is: Does keyword blocking work out for you? Is there anything you'd like changed? Do you thinkg IB doesn't have enough staff members to enforce the tagging of images?
What can be done to prevent those people from leaving? After all it's a fact: Even if the blocking works for "us", it seems there are people not satisfied with this, and ultimately the problem is people not tagging their submissions correctly.
So? More mods? Automatic tags that you actively have to "opt-out" from?
What's your idea(s), impressions, experiences?
Tell me about it, I'm curious.
Thanks for sharing your mind in advance, greetings,
7 years, 1 month ago
10 Nov 2011 17:13 CET