Re: No Flags "Policy"

<quote who="Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller">

> I think a general no-flags policy is a rather silly notion.

> And general bans I do not support as we do not know what kind of
> applications we will include in the future. There might very well be
> situations where using flags are the best solution. Lets take each case as
> they arise instead of making broad sweeping policies. 

How about "if there is a great reason for including flags at a later date,
we'll have to review it". But for now, let's avoid it.

- Jeff

-- 2004: Adelaide, Australia
   "If the Internet really wanted to become sentient, it probably could."
                               - Raph Levien

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