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AngryZapdos - Group: Top Cunt - Total Posts: 174
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New post rating: General (report misuse here)
Posted on: 05/22/22 07:58PM

A new rating has been added to Gelbooru. Users are now able to rate posts as General, which is for posts that are 100% safe for work. In the near future, the Safe rating will be renamed to Sensitive. Sensitive is for sexy, suggestive, ecchi, or otherwise not 100% safe for work content.

Examples of General content:

G-rated, completely non-sexual, completely safe for work content. Things you can safely view in front of others.
Fully clothed characters, innocent comics and 4komas, portraits, faces, chibis, cute things.
Scenery, still life, no humans, text-only pages, food focus, animal focus, SFW pokemon, animals, and other things without people.
danbooru.donmai.us/posts?tags=favgroup%3A14537

Examples of Sensitive content:

Ecchi, sexy, risque, or suggestive content, even mildly so.
Skimpy or revealing clothes (including swimsuits).
Anything focused on the ass, breasts, cleavage, feet, armpits, etc.
Anything not G-rated, not 100% safe for work, or not safe to view in front of others.
Anything you're not 100% sure is General.
danbooru.donmai.us/posts?tags=favgroup%3A14538

Within the next few weeks, General ratings will be mass added to posts uploaded by the Danbooru importer that are rated General on Danbooru. While we may have a different bar for Sensitive vs. Questionable, both sites have the same criteria for General posts, so this should pose no issue.

If you would like to help out, add "-user:danbooru rating:safe" to all of your searches when editing ratings. And please, after looking through those Danbooru favgroups I linked, if you're not 100% sure about something being G rather than S then leave it as S.

If you see any users misrating posts as G, please use this thread to bring attention to it so that a moderator can let them know. Additionally, if you have any doubts about a post's rating then feel free to ask in this thread, or in Gelbooru's Discord server: discord.com/Zxs9tPE



PietroSoft - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2500
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Posted on: 05/22/22 08:05PM

This is something that we are copying from Dan?

Guess it makes sense. So many "safe" posts imported by Danbot aren't really safe. And they were a pain to work with.



starking - Group: Member - Total Posts: 366
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Posted on: 05/22/22 08:21PM

At this rate the entire first page will be sticky. Anyway I hope we won’t base mass abuse from trolls.



PietroSoft - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2500
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Posted on: 05/22/22 08:24PM

starking said:
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Haha. Quite true, there are so many. And a few useless ones, like the Gardeners thread, nuke that one.

By the way, rating modifications count as tag edits?



AngryZapdos - Group: Top Cunt - Total Posts: 174
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Posted on: 05/22/22 08:27PM

PietroSoft said:

By the way, rating modifications count as tag edits?

What you're referring to as tag edits are actually post edits. Changing the rating, source, title or tags, and even deleting a post, all count as post edits and will make a new version. Even saving the post without actually editing anything will create a new, albeit empty, version (please try not to do this).



bropee - Group: Member - Total Posts: 3
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Posted on: 05/22/22 08:28PM

what?



PietroSoft - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2500
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Posted on: 05/22/22 08:35PM

AngryZapdos said:
Even saving the post without actually editing anything will create a new, albeit empty, version (please try not to do this).

Alright, I guess they don't change the tag edit count. That happened to me a few times, by mistake of course.



retsupurae - Group: Member - Total Posts: 339
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Posted on: 05/22/22 10:56PM

But rating:safe exists.



starking - Group: Member - Total Posts: 366
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Posted on: 05/22/22 11:04PM

AngryZapdos said:
PietroSoft said:

By the way, rating modifications count as tag edits?

What you're referring to as tag edits are actually post edits. Changing the rating, source, title or tags, and even deleting a post, all count as post edits and will make a new version. Even saving the post without actually editing anything will create a new, albeit empty, version (please try not to do this).

Why not? What does it do that you prefer us not to do it?



SadSap - Group: Member - Total Posts: 2000
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Posted on: 05/22/22 11:09PM

Lol.

I've basically had this gripe for years, but hadn't spoken out because I thought "Well, who the hell would actually use gelbooru for safe content?". And the existence of safebooru (a site which I have only used maybe about once or twice) made me think it was a pointless endeavor.

However, adding a new rating with that name isn't much better. "General", "Safe (sensitive)", "Questionable", are still misleading and dodgy terms. "Safe" was always not often all that safe, and "Questionable" often gets into what would be considered mature 17+ content. It's not "questionable" content if a female characters' nipples are visible with highly sexualized, big titties.

An ESRB-inspired rating is a better approach. E for completely safe content (the "general" option), T for mildly risque content (the "sensitive/safe" option), M for strongly suggestive content (the "questionable" rating) and A for explicit content.



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