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Re: Remove Pornographic Apps from the "Apps available for download"


you didn't cause this mess and your original post was reasonable.    i was
also going to post asking if we were currently still going to have the apps
available for download bit in the dash and if so suggest it be removed as
the space could be better used and it would also have solved the issue you

On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 10:59 PM, Colton Allen <webpope@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hey guys,
> I'd just like to apologize for the mess I've caused.  When I started the
> thread I had no intention of creating such controversy.  I'm sorry for the
> ruckus I've caused and hope we can all treat the problem with the
> seriousness it deserves.
> Jo is correct.  "Offensive" is a relative term.  A bible may be the
> holiest book on earth to one and the most offensive bile to another.  Such
> is the human condition and we should account for it appropriately.
> *There are two solutions I see:* remove the "Apps available for download"
> portion of the apps lens (its pretty useless anyway) or restrict the "apps
> available for download" to Ubuntu provided software until enough
> information is gathered for an algorithm to know that the user would like
> pornographic, religious, or other *sensitive*information to be displayed.
> I hope these solutions are reasonable and appropriate and can be agreed
> upon with relative ease.  Again I apologize and I sincerely hope that we
> can all continue our professional relationships in a friendly and peaceable
> manner.
> Thanks,
> Colton
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