Will suggestions about adult web apps that do not contain a site name or url/link be allowed? This would not violate Jeff's restrictions from this question:
1How can you ask a question about something without mentioning its name?– GelatinJul 12, 2010 at 4:07
2What's with all these adult app questions cropping up?– Eight Days of MalaiseJul 12, 2010 at 5:13
6I think discussing how to handle questions about adult apps is valid. Adult websites are a very, very significant part of the internet whether you like it or not. If we want to build a Q&A site about web applications, we need to have a clear position on this.– Jeroen HuininkJul 12, 2010 at 7:54
Jeroen answered pretty well - just seeking clarification about what you can ask. Let's face it, a lot of innovation comes from the adult world and Jeff's points are valid - so where is the line that we should stay behind?– moteJul 12, 2010 at 12:30
3Shouldn't this question be merged with the previous one ? It would be easier to follow the discussion about it.– HoLyVieRJul 12, 2010 at 19:15
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1That's... Not an answer. One can only count it as an answer if one assumes that as long as it doesn't violate this (which is established in the Content Policy, which everything is subject to) as well as what Jeff laid out previously is ok. Is that indeed the case? Jan 4, 2012 at 14:25
If there is any “Adult” related items on the website, or for that matter just a few words that are often used on “Adult” website a lot of company’s web filters will block the site.
I wish “Web applications” to be useable by people at work, therefore it must not having anything on it that could give any person a reason to think it should be blocked.