1. The Cabal has arrived.

    Monday, 04-Apr-11 23:23:56 UTC from web
    1. @widget Have a modular list that admins (and maybe mods too) can change?

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:35:16 UTC from web
    2. @widget NEVER.

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:36:29 UTC from web
    3. @widget Also I say mods because I secretly want to ban the word "scootabuse" from the timeline. :)

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:36:52 UTC from web
      1. @redenchilada Filter "scootabuse"->"scootacuddles", watch as confusion unfolds when people try to mention it.

        Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:45:14 UTC from web
        1. @bitshift @widget you had better do this c:

          Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:49:03 UTC from web
    4. @widget Oh, I have a foul, foul mouth, I would help, but I don't know how to work this crazy contraption to send messages. Knowing my luck, I'll end up posting publicly and getting banned. XD

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:37:20 UTC from web
    5. @widget Fine, killjoy. :<

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:38:31 UTC from web
    6. @widget Removal would just be confusing. For example, if I told you to go yourself, just removing the word would produce a sentence like this.

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:51:45 UTC from web
      1. @bitshift "Will you go get your things out of your house so I can destroy them?" "Go yourself." "Ok, thanks!"

        Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:53:06 UTC from web
        1. @redenchilada where's the 4th person? me and Playah are waiting :c

          Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:53:34 UTC from web
          1. @lyrica I KNOW WHERE _IS_ ULTIMA

            Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:54:17 UTC from web
            1. @redenchilada BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP.~

              Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:55:16 UTC from web
              1. @lyrica wat

                Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 03:07:53 UTC from web
      2. @bitshift like, accidentally the whole thing. It could lead to much hilarity.

        Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:54:12 UTC from web
    7. @widget It would be entertaining to replace them with other words. For instance, a forum I'm on replaces the F-bomb with "groove".

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:53:52 UTC from web
    8. @widget Possibly reject the whole notice if an unacceptable word is found in the notice, with a return of what the word was?

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:55:20 UTC from web
    9. @widget Replace the entire post with "removed for language", then. Or refuse to post it, with an appropriate error, or whatever. Just silently removing a word doesn't give any immediate clue what's going on until its happened a few times.

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:56:11 UTC from web
    10. @widget 'Rarity is cool' => 'Rarity is lame'?

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:56:42 UTC from web
      1. @redenchilada >.>

        Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:58:28 UTC from StatusNet iPhone
    11. @widget Fun is only fun until it gets seriously confusing. In terms of practicality, telling the user "Your post was rejected because it contained the following phrase: 'Rarity is not the worst pony'." would be much better.

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:58:02 UTC from web
    12. @widget I'd rather it spit the error and let the user correct the post themselves.

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 02:59:56 UTC from web
    13. @widget It was mostly as a joke. It would be funnier than just removing the word, however. :)

      Tuesday, 17-Jul-12 03:02:09 UTC from web