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Adult content

My experience with this site and userstyles.org has shown me it can be challenging to have a site where

1. People can post what they want
2. The site raises enough money through ads to pay for itself
3. The ads are not obnoxious

Until a few months ago, things were good in all three. However, the advertisers are very particular about being associated with adult content, and I had to drop number 2.

I've tried a few permutations with userstyles.org - not having ads on the pages with adult content (still not acceptable), not having images of or links to adult content (simply mentioning adult sites is not allowed). Eventually I settled on banning adult content in order to keep enough money flowing in to pay the bills.

I don't want to do this on Greasy Fork. So what I'm planning to do is allowing scripts with adult content or for adult content sites, but they must be flagged as such. Those that wish to see such content (or not) can set a setting in their profile. Users who are not logged in will not see adult content on greasyfork.org, but an alternate domain will be set up that will list these scripts.

Scripts affecting certain domains will automatically be flagged as having adult content. Authors will additionally be able to report their script as having adult content or report it as not having adult content (to be reviewed by mods).

I've implemented some portions of this plan today. All users can currently see all scripts. Let me know if you see any problems with the implementation of this or have any objections to the idea in general.
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  • Is it not possible (and acceptable) that users that are not logged in are given an option "show adult content" (default off) ? This can be set under the language choice.
    For users that log in it can be set in the profile.
  • Default Browser
    What I think is that the users who can find this site are power users and can distinguish adult contents. And they have enough ability to let contents they saw inaccessible to their children. So I think a switch is more acceptable.
  • @ladroop: Is it not possible (and acceptable) that users that are not logged in are given an option "show adult content" (default off) ? This can be set under the language choice. For users that log in it can be set in the profile.

    Use the alternative domain.

    @lychichem: What I think is that the users who can find this site are power users and can distinguish adult contents. And they have enough ability to let contents they saw inaccessible to their children. So I think a switch is more acceptable.

    Don't expect everyone is over 18.. Though most of us are.

  • Regarding a not-logged-in switch... Part of this is to be very careful when it comes to how an advertiser's bot can view the page. The advertiser bot would not create an account, flip the switch, then start browsing around. It's fairly likely it could find whatever not-logged-in switch I implemented.

    As @JixunMoe says, you would have two options: flip the switch on your account, or visit the alternate domain.
  • what's it is ???
  • Users who are not logged in will not see adult content on greasyfork.org, but an alternate domain will be set up that will list these scripts.

  • đã sửa August 2015 Firefox
    That's not a little bit excessive ....?

    It's the first time i see a site cute into 2 parts for that.

    The name "sleazy" you choose is very "aggressive".
    - In the Urban dictionary :
    sleazy Shabby, dirty, and vulgar, often the word is associated with prostitutes
    - With Google in french it mean :sordide, louche, minable, miteux, leger.

    But yes , maybe it's a joke since :
    greasy Trailer Park Boys definition:
    Something that is morally reprehensible / to do with the marginal side of society. "That greasy massage parlor on the corner." [ urbandictionary.com ]


    But 2 jokes only for just a site about userscript , it not to much ?

  • I can't see anything wrong with the separation and the name.

  • Seems a bit mental to me. Why not just make people create an account and tick the box if they want to see the adult stuff.
  • Guys, do you read before you post? The switch in account options is already implemented.

  • Yes I know and that works really well, what I'm saying is why do you need the sleazyfork alternative domain... Just tell people who are not logged in or who don't have an account if they want to see the adult content they'll need to log in/create an account and have the adult content box ticked.
  • Well, because not everyone wants to log in, and you wouldn't know it was there in the first place anyway if you had to log in first to see it.
  • đã sửa August 2015 Safari
    How are you going to let people know about the alternative domain?

    EDIT: Never mind... Not that it matters to me, my scripts are not adult content, it just seems like you are making a lot of extra work for yourself..

    Good luck!
  • đã sửa August 2015 Chrome

    The same way anything can be found on the internet: search :-) The majority of people don't come to greasyfork or other userscript-dedicated sites, they just search for the desired behavior like "make something on somesite" and if there's a userscript for that it'll be in the search results.

  • Anonymous users will now no longer see links to adult content scripts in script listings.
  • It's weird that there is a mirror of this thread, perhaps this whole forum, on https://sleazyfork.org/en/forum/discussion/5456/adult-content
  • đã sửa September 2015 Firefox
    Adults content, maybe not..
    But they are few.
    And i continue to think that is not the purpose of this site to hardly filter them:
    A line of code can have "adult" content ?
    :-)

    But if you want filter, I am not interesting about all these Games, Faceboock etc... styles :
    Can you give the possibility to filter them ?

    And about old request :
    Adding a tag system to greasyfork , it's in your "to-do" list ?

    And an favorites set for Userstyles too ?

    I see many interesting styles and it's hardly to re-find them when i want ....
  • đã sửa September 2015 Firefox

    @decembre "favorites set" is already done and working (if I got you right), example: A random script set

    Just forget me, I read it completely wrong..

  • Well, you read it how I read it - script sets can (and do) serve as favorites lists, and can be used to browse without seeing certain kinds of styles.
  • đã sửa September 2015 Firefox
    Sorry but i know about set: i use them.
    I find they are a little bit difficult to make one which exclude facebook etc..
    and the most important , we can't search inside this set only.

    I think it should be more practical to have a filter directly in the script search.
    So we obtain , directly , our results without unexpected match.

    I remember a very useful userscript for the defunct Userscript.org:
    It enable a direct filter "for popular browser games and social networks as well as scripts that use "foreign" characters in description" :

    - userscripts.org Bullshit Filter By kuehlschrank [ USO Mirror ]
    - Make 'userscripts.org Bullshit Filter' userscript work for GreasyFork too [ GeasyFork Forum ]
  • It's overwhelming simple to make one that excludes Facebook. This is exactly the kind of thing this was designed for. Go to the screen, say include all sites, exclude facebook.com, there you go.

    You are correct that you can't search only within your script set yet.
  • decembre nói:

    The name "sleazy" you choose is very "aggressive".

    LOL. That's what I thought. Very funny but bad at the same time. XD

    Why not GreasyMonkey.

    @JasonBarnabe

    What about sites like Pixiv and DeviantArt, would they be considered adult sites?
  • đã sửa September 2015 Chrome
    The name "sleazy" you choose is very "aggressive".
    LOL. That's what I thought. Very funny but bad at the same time. XD Why not GreasyMonkey. @JasonBarnabe What about sites like Pixiv and DeviantArt, would they be considered adult sites?

    For Pixiv, you have to register an account and specifically enable adult contents, so I'd consider this site as safe.

    I'm not sure about DeviantArt though, but I have been digging around on the internet, it told me that I have to have my profile with age 18+ (an account is required).

  • I think DeviantArt is probably fine, as long as you're not directly linking to or posting screenshots of adult content.
  • What about sites like Pixiv and DeviantArt, would they be considered adult sites?

    can't we just check what sites are considered adult by google? like in google site analytics or something

  • You are right. You need to register.
  • đã sửa September 2015 Firefox
    It should be noted that greasyfork links no longer redirect to sleazyfork if user is not logged in. It now only says script doesn't exist. Maybe instead it should give a warning and a redirect link to click on?
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