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Day: December 4, 2018
The only people who get upset when you set boundaries are the ones who benefited from you having none.
That’s why they perceive it as a personal attack— because your boundary encroaches on space they’re used to owning: eg, yours.
Why can’t you review flagged posts on mobile
I haven’t been able to figure out how to even see if any of mine have been flagged so far on mobile. Not just in the app.
Seems like that should show up on desktop view in a browser, but I have yet to see a single red flag when I’ve gone looking. Not just on my posts, either.
Not that much in the way of weirdness should even surprise me anymore, dealing with Tumblr ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Still wondering wtf is going on there, and wishing I had easy access to something other than a phone right now.
I think the real problem here is that big media corporations seem to believe that social media userbases are fungible, and persist in acting on this belief no matter how many times it’s demonstrated to be wrong.
There’s a specific pattern of events that plays out over and over (and over) again, and it looks something like this:
1. Social media platform becomes popular
2. Social media platform is purchased by big media corporation in order to gain access to it large user base
3. Big media corporation realises that social media platform’s demographics are not the demographics they want to sell things to.
4. Big media corporation institutes measures to drive away “undesirable” users, apparently in the honest belief that the outgoing users will automatically be replaced by an equal number of new, more demographically desirable users
5. This does not, in fact, occur
6. Social media platform crashes and burns
You’d think that, by the sheer law of averages, at least one person who’s capable of learning from experience would become involved in this whole process at some point.
And now a warning about drafts
You ever write up a post you decide will be too controversial or embarrassing but leave it in your drafts to sleep on and then forget about it? How about real personal stuff you weren’t sure you wanted to share at the time? Heavy-ass receipts on bad shit you’re leaving there only just in case you’re forced to use them?
Well if any of your drafts get flagged by the new system, a mod can apparently see them in with all your other flagged posts, and if they un-flag them, it publishes them automatically as a brand new post. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
as long as you don’t request a review, the only ones who see it are you and a bot with the coding of a no. 2 wooden pencil
I didn’t request a review for any of the dozens of old posts of mine that just got unflagged and reposted.
None of my drafts were flagged, but I know a couple people who woke up to some of their drafts suddenly on their blog and they hadn’t requested those be reviewed either.
As a matter of fact I don’t have the review option on ANY of my flagged posts still. I only have a “learn more” button and it goes to a blank page.
I’m not hearing any more people have this problem, but I doubt anyone was lying or wrong considering the mess that is this site’s coding and maintenance.
Maybe it was something that’s actually been fixed or just affected a small number of people, but I’m not sure i want to take chances.
Seems about right.
In response to the NSFW ban being enacted by Tumblr Staff, on December 17th 2018 I propose that we all log off of our Tumblr accounts for 24 hours.
The lack of respect and communication between staff and users is stark. Users have been begging staff to delete the porn bot outbreak, which has plagued the website for well over a year. The porn bots oftentimes send people asks and messages, trying to get them to go to a website full of viruses. They also spam advertisements on others posts.
Users have also begged that Tumblr ban neo-nazis, child porn, and pedophiles, all which run rampant on the site. The site/app got so bad that it was taken off the app store.
However, instead of answering the users, Tumblr has instead taken the liberty to ban all NSFW content, regardless of age. But users have already run into issues of their SFW content being marked as sensitive and being flagged as NSFW, not allowing them to share their work.
Not only does this discriminate again content creators, but it also discriminates against sex workers. Disgustingly, the ban will be enacted on December 17 which is also International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.
This ban is disgusting, and while I (and plenty of others) welcome porn bots and child porn being banned, the Tumblr filtration system is broken. It tags artistic work’s nipples as NSFW (when it is art), it tags SFW art as NSFW (when it is not), and does not stop the porn bots, neo-nazis and dozens of other issues.
This ban is discriminatory. This ban is ineffective. This ban is unacceptable.
To protest, log off of your Tumblr account for the entirety of November 17th. Log off at 12 am EST or 9PM PST and stay off for 24 hours. Don’t post. Don’t log on. Don’t even visit the website. Don’t give them that sweet ad revenue.
Tumblr’s stock has already taken a hard hit. Let’s make it tank. Maybe then they will listen to the users.
Reblog to signal boost! We must force change.
Pahalgam, Kashmir, Spring
I know there’s a lot of tension after Tumblr’s new policy annouced for December 17th, but reblog this if you aren’t leaving Tumblr so that other blogs can know they aren’t going to be completely alone!
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