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    240 KB Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)05:52 No.326  
    What's the line between /e/ and /a/?

    I've assumed that stuff like this, while acceptable in /e/, would also be acceptable in /a/. Yes, it's not something you'd want as your desktop on your work computer, but then again you probably wouldn't get fired for it like actual porn.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)06:04 No.327
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    Another example from the thread in contention.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)06:14 No.328
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    Here's probably the worst of the the thread; I knew I was toeing the line on this one. However, I remembered seeing a similar picture of a girl in the shower with her ass exposed, and asking mods in #janiteam whether it ought to be deleted. They seemed okay with it, so it was left untouched.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)06:24 No.329
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    Whether rightfully so or not, /a/ seems to embrace "borderline worksafe" stuff.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)06:30 No.330
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    This was two posts below the post in >>329

    Even a cursory glance through /a/ will show several posts like this. The de facto rule that I (and to my knowledge, RyuKaiser) have been working by is "delete if it contains nipples, penis, or vagina," and use discretion for anything else.
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)07:04 No.331
    Honestly id say everything but >>327 would be much more at home in /e/
    >> Anonymous 10/26/06(Thu)11:35 No.334
    I have actually asked at several different times since I started where I should draw the line for "worksafe", and have gotten several different responses from different mods. So, when it comes to ecchi pictures that don't have explicit penis/vagina/nipples or aren't barely censored porn, I am most times left at a loss for what to do with the post.
    >> Anonymous ## Admin 10/26/06(Thu)15:42 No.336
    I'm going to make a post in /a/ later today (providing I remember) about this sort of thing since some of the mods caused a ruckus with the whole "no motivational poster/ecchi" stuff.

    I've basically maintained that as long as I don't see nipples or vagina, I really don't care. Overtly sexual images shouldn't be posted though. If the images are exposing but harmless in nature they should probably be left alone. It basically worked that way without incident for a while before people decided to try to clarify the rule.

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