I feel that the content warning on #pixelfed are not really useful, if there is no way to tell the user what's the reason for the CW. On mastodon you get an input-field where you can write why the content is behind a CW, on pixelfed not.
People have very different reasons why they put content behind a CW, and those reasons might not apply for all viewers. Therefore a short CW description is IMO absolutly necessary for this feature to work properly.
What do you think about it?
Seriously? Nobody has an opinion about this?
Also just noticed on #mastodon the label for a #contentwarning (over an image) is "NSFW".
If someone puts a content warning over a piece of food because they think it might trigger someone, I do not feel that the label "Not safe for work" applies here.
Or am I missing something?
@aramloosman I don’t use pixel fed but I agree with you. So many commonly used digital terms have been outgrown.
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