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authorYorhel <git@yorhel.nl>2009-03-30 18:30:25 +0200
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+:TITLE:Tagging system
+:INC:notfinished
+:INC:index
+
+
+:SUB:Introduction
+<i>TODO</i>
+
+
+:SUB:Tag voting
+<p>
+ While everyone is pretty much free to link any tag to any visual novel, please keep the following
+ in mind while voting:
+</p>
+<ul>
+ <li>Read the description of each tag before you link it to a VN, some tags may not always mean what
+ you think they do.</li>
+ <li>Try to be as specific as you can. For example, if a game has drama elements, rather than voting
+ on the "Drama" tag, try to look for a more specific child tag that describes what kind of drama a
+ player can expect.</li>
+ <li>A rating between -3 and 3 can be given to a tag. A negative rating indicates that you disagree
+ with a tag, with -1 being "I wouldn't say this tag really applies" and -3 meaning you fully disagree
+ and the tag really doesn't apply at all. A positive rating works the opposite way, and indicates
+ that you do agree with it.</li>
+ <li>Some tags can act as spoilers for the plot of a VN, this can be indicated by voting on the spoiler
+ status. It is highly recommended to not leave this as "Neutral", and really try to give an indication
+ of whether the tag is not a spoiler at all or does spoil a bit.</li>
+</ul>
+
+
+:SUB:Tag guidelines
+<p>
+ New tags can be requested by everyone, but they'll have to be accepted by a moderator before
+ the tags will be browsable. The following rules apply:
+</p>
+<ul>
+ <li>Tag names should be self-describing. While the meaning of a tag can be obvious if you look
+ at its place within the tag tree, when displayed on a VN page only their name is visible and
+ not the parent tags. The name should thus fully describe what the tag means and should be used
+ for. For example: a tag to describe a male protagonist should be fully named "Male protagonist",
+ even if its parent tag is "Characters &gt; Protagonist".</li>
+ <li>Tags should be used to describe objective information about a VN. Subjective tags like
+ "Awesome protagonist", which would have a different meaning for each individual, are not allowed.</li>
+</ul>
+