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  •  aoeu (none)
    I noticed that somebody changed Sterling Newberry's tags to pompous, which I changed to economics.  A problem will be  people who go in to grafetti diaries after they have slipped from the public view.

    every turtle knows
    Bush and the Republicans
    worship just Mammon

    by TealVeal on Tue Oct 11, 2005 at 05:39:33 PM PDT

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    •  Heehee (none)
      That's kinda funny about the pompous tags.  I can see the motivation, but that just means those of us with TU are going to have to do a lot of cleaning up.
      •  ugh (none)
        Is this system going to work?
        •  It would be nice (none)
          If only the diarist could add tags to their own diaries and give approval to their own TUs to edit/add/delete other tags.  Personally, I would never presume to add/delete tags to someone else's diary and I would be greatly offended if someone added/deleted tags to mine.  I have no problems taking/giving suggestions on tags, but to have anyone with TU status to be able to add/delete tags on a whim is a bit much in my eyes.  The downfall of all this is that FPs will most likely wind up getting to be the only ones able to edit tags and that'll be just one more thing for people whine about.
          •  I beg to differ (none)
            The solution to bad speech is more speech, not less.  Yes, I think the First Amendment principle applies here.

            Restricting edits to TUs makes sense as a minimal limitation, but beyond that, tagging works best when it's as open as possible.  I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by how quickly the social norms around tagging stabilize.

            The only thing missing, really, is a change history for tags so that people can be held accountable for their tag additions/changes/deletions/etc.  Hmmm...


            (-3.00, -5.28) -- I'm a libertarian capitalist Democrat

            by AlphaGeek on Tue Oct 11, 2005 at 10:09:29 PM PDT

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