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A supported framework of websites for constructive discussions
Constructive Websites (marked as such) will have only
constructive feedback and no destructive or negative
A framework for allowing the websites joining this "ring"
to "keep it constructive" will be supplied.
I recently saw a stumbledUpon link to a cute idea drawn by
about "slow travel" on "artificial clouds". The
talkback was mostly violently opposed to the idea, showing
it to be non practical and dangerous. If it were on a
ConstructiveWeb post, those apposed would have to
choose their wording in a way that besides showing what
problems they envision, would offer changes that should
and could be done, so that it works.
There can be meta-rings, with communities that discuss
different topics, so there is no need for overall censorship,
but within a ring, the community will abide to that
community's standards on what is constructive.
Of course, a real bad post will simply be left in a haunting
total silence for eternity.
||//Of course, a real bad post will simply be left in a haunting total silence for eternity.//
||Oooh, that smarts. Seeing as how my last post on the Bakery is currently sitting in haunting, total silence.
||auscan how do all your ideas have only pastry?