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Twine Forum. Howdy, Stranger! It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! In Register. Recent Discussions. 4. December in Chit-Chat. My name is Richard D. I'm thirty-two years old and have been a fan of "choose your own adventure" fiction since I first discovered the Lone Wolf game books while I was in the eighth grade.

I've had a larger variety of professions than most, but among a forum of writers, my five years as a newspaper reporter staff writer is probably my most relevant. Currently, one of my friends who is a lawyer calls me "a man of leisure. I discovered Twine around the first of November, so I've had it nearly two months now. Yesterday was the first day I really tried to learn the basic fundamentals of CSS and how to use it to affect the appearance of my Twine game, the of which culminated in a plain stylesheet.

InI had fun playing around with creating a roguelike in Python and C. I didn't get past making a basic IF in command line, but I had fun! Recently, I was ased a janitorial position here at the new forums after I volunteered to clean up the thirty s of spam that choked the Help sub-forum. Furthermore, Chris mentioned we need some form of community guidelines twine porn games here for when the trolls that lurk 'neath the bridge of the Internet wander nigh.

So, I read up and collected a list of commonalities among all the forums I visit. He then made me a moderator and sent me out like a sheep among wolves holding my Magna Carta Libertatum in one hand, mop and bucket in the other. Right now, we're just a small, tightly-knit community. There's no need for a sheriff or established law in a town this size. However, now's the time to open discussion about user agreements and community guidelines before we grow in size and begin seeing elements and aspects of a larger user base start to appear.

Chris was adamant that we, the original and founding members of this community, should all have a strong voice twine porn games what those guidelines will be. Chris and I both agreed that the official forums should be a place where people at work can visit. You know, during breaks and while compiling. I feel like profanity per se isn't as much of an issue-- mainly I could see it as coming up in titles of things, or quoting work.

But I think these are all things everyone should have a chance to express an opinion about. We also recognize that a great many Twine games center on erotica and that there are also a of games that are downright pornography. Nothing wrong with that, but porn and erotica shouldn't be disseminated indiscriminately. With that all in mind, Chris asked that we discuss how such material should be handled. We want to make sure there is a distinction between visual and written material and erotica and porn. We don't need to come up with a clearly-defined threshold for obscenity, something that the U.

Nothing will be chiseled in stone. We just want some open discussion about the matter. As for profanity, what we're really only concerned about is extreme cases. I'm afraid to place "excessive" immediately preceding it in the UA, because that's open to such a wide interpretation.

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I don't see the problem. Otherwise, in that case, a friendly reminder not to use excessive amounts of profanity would be warranted. That's part of this thread's subject for discussion. In that regard, here is my first draft of the user agreement. Don't burn it on principle. Follow the Golden Rule. Do not make derogatory comments about others' race, gender, sexual preference, religion, ideologies, or political affiliation. Do not spam the forum. No advertising, solicitation or commercial self promotion is allowed. Do not make repeated posts of the same nature or cross-post in multiple sub-forums.

Discussion of any illegal activities for example, software piracy is not allowed. Pornography is not allowed. Written erotica should not be disseminated without a clear disclaimer.

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Do not use profanity. Do not post irrelevant comments; stay on topic. Forum members may have only one. Sockpuppeting is not allowed. We reserve the right to make changes to these guidelines at any time without warning.

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We reserve the right to ban anyone for any reason at any time without warning. Those last two are just catch-alls. Chris has the right to do whatever he wants with his site, so it goes without saying anyway. We're all just his guests. But, there are cases of insidiousness that will be hard to define, so 10 is there as a warning that "But I didn't break the rules!

Again, we, the core group of the Twine community, don't need to worry about any of this among one another as our membership now stands. We're all here because we enjoy Twine and like Twine games. We respect one another. We help one another. However, that won't always be the case.

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There are a lot of people out there who don't like Twine or Twine authors. Furthermore, there are selfish, self-centered and childish people out there who don't care about Twine or the community; they will just blow through here for a quick answer or to hurl insults. When our membership reaches the thousands, there won't just be a careless and impolite minority among us, there will be malice.

None of us want that. Let's set some community guidelines and draft a user agreement now that will keep this community one we can all enjoy long into the future. Thanks for your participation and support! Sharpe PS: I didn't lie in the subject title.

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I linked to both porn and erotica as promised. December Seems mostly good. I hope 2 is interpreted as "Do not harass people about X", not "Do not write about or mention X because it hurts someone's feelings.

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Having an approved twine porn games and place to share them might be a good idea. I suspect my work falls on the verboten side, but I was not planning on sharing it here anyways. I do not care about profanity. I think this is a really interesting topic. I've never been invited to participate in something like this before. And as someone who just started using Twine a month ago and has been looking around curiously ever since, it's neat and funny to be called "a founding member.

Re: 2I think it should be expanded or that there should be another entry after 2 and before 3like "Do not make belittling comments towards other forum-goers. I think the intent of 4 is that no one use the forums as a means of furthering illegal activity--such as by posting links to bomb plans, or a torrent site, or whatever. However, it seems like we should be able to talk about illegal activity in the abstract. I don't think it would even make sense to talk about doing illegal activities oneself, but to not be able to even mention news or an opinion on various topics that involve the law seems silly.

Like, for example, gay marriage is still not legal in the majority of US states. I liked nomdepony's suggestion to allow commercial self-promotion is an approved way. I got to thinking about it, and I don't know why I was so in favor of the idea to separate porn and erotica. Well, I know whyone of the forums I researched looking for rules made a big fuss about it. If we have the NSFW tag, then who really cares how "dirty" the writing is? However, what is the opinion about pictures in NSFW thre and games?

If so, in what direction? Is written pornno matter how hardcore and pervertedfine with a NSFW title tag? I would be fine with moving the line to allow discussing and linking to Twine porn as long as it was NSFW tagged. I mean, to be frank, the main twinery. Keep them out, and make it clear that inserted images, twine porn games as that pouting Pinkie Pie, should be SFW. Someone can give a link to the image if someone really needs to reference a NSFW picture.

I don't see a reason to have it otherwise, and good reasons to be strict about it. Shock images, for example. What nomdepony said.

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Agreed, agreed, agreed. January I think a good idea would be this. Hear me out. Suppose we require every topic that has any content that would not be appropriate for work to have [NSFW] in the title. That much is fairly well common forum etiquette in most forums. However, how about we also delineate erotica from pornography by the type of content that is included? Just text. Or, naturally " porn " would work just as well. That would tell the reader "Hey, I know this already deals with material that could get you fired, but there are also pictures and graphical representations in here that are of an adult nature.

We take only the most artistic of smut, thank you very much, in a dedicated, [NSFW] thread! Twine porn games how I thought at first, that there should be a separation between written and depicted erotica. Now, I'm not really in favor of that. Plus, just getting users to put "[NSFW]" in front of their subject title will be hard enough.

Also, "erotica" can mean both words and pictures, as can "porn. That's just my opinion.

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I'm leaving this open for discussion for some time to make sure everyone who wants to offer an opinion gets a chance. Chris didn't set a deadline, but if this goes a week or so with no replies, we'll probably call it good. These are all great. My only input has to do with profanity. Erotic and pornographic writing and profanity are one in the same much of the time. By telling people that profanity is not allowed and also telling them it's okay to post erotica, you're sending mixed als.

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