7 posts tagged with policing.
Displaying 1 through 7 of 7. Subscribe:

Can We Please Respect Women Expressing Joy?

It happens everywhere. Women express happiness vocally and commenters, (men and women) can't help but talk about how annoying their voices are. I see it all over the Internet. Can we not do that here? [more inside]
posted by [insert clever name here] on Nov 15, 2015 - 297 comments

A Fetishistic Obsession with Bureaucratic Policing

One of the most discouraging trends I see in Metafilter as a whole is this very widespread tendency for Mefites to focus to a fetishistic degree on bureaucratic policing rather than content. I don't think the tendency makes someone a bad person, nor do I claim I've been immune to it. But it's a variation of ... [more inside]
posted by WCityMike on Sep 17, 2008 - 110 comments

livejournal to emulate mefi flagging system?

As a follow up to this post about livejournal's recent suspension of several hundred user accounts, in his latest update on the situation SixApart CEO Barak Berkowitz name checked metafilter citing us as a good example of community policing.
We know we can learn a lot from other communities that use a combination of reputation software and human judgment to gauge community opinion, and we are now actively exploring how we can let the community "vote" on what is acceptable content in order to create greater consistency.
posted by nerdcore on Jun 9, 2007 - 26 comments

Looking for articles on processes in community blogs

i'm looking for articles/opinions summarising (self-)regulatory processes of community weblogs such as MeFi, as orientation for the latest bouts of antville soul-searching.
posted by progosk on Nov 23, 2006 - 14 comments

the policing of public space

On metafilter, there is a bottom up approach to the policing of public space. Ie, citizens flag “bad” posts and then have meta discussions which really serve as trials by a peer group, if you will. The analogy breaks though because the jurors are not randomly selected and thus usually have a vested interest in the decision (which can lead to name calling, etc). Ultimately, these discussions are formed such that mathowie and jessamyn have moderating powers “in check” by the people. They can weigh in on the issues, make decisions, and face public scrutiny when a decision is made, especially if the decision is vastly unpopular. What are some of the other ways that you can think of to police public on-line spaces?
posted by |n$eCur3 on Mar 29, 2006 - 32 comments

Punishment for "Just google it?" replies?

If quonsar can be banned for a week , what happens to the people who continually post about google to askme ?
posted by sgt.serenity on Mar 14, 2004 - 37 comments

At what point does "Community Policing" become censorship?

At what point does "Community Policing" become censorship? [More inside]
posted by Steven Den Beste on Nov 28, 2001 - 112 comments

Page: 1