On Quality Content, and Where to Draw the Line
I have a question (actually a couple) for everyone. I moderate /t/fantasyart, and recently there was a post there that was, arguably, of lower quality, but still content relevant to the tribe. The picture in question was also cross-posted to /t/shittymspaint, so there is literally no question that it was a lower quality drawing. My first instinct was to remove the post, which I did, but after giving it more thought, I am now unsure.
I enjoy art, and I confess, I'm probably a bit of a snob. I browse a lot of extremely professional and high quality art every day, so upon seeing this piece, I felt like it didn't belong. Was I right to remove it?
I have since added an additional point to the rules of the tribe that posters should try to aim for higher quality content, in terms of technique and design in the art they are posting. Is this unreasonable?
I'd really like to start a discussion on this, because as Snapzu gains more users, the quality of content submitted could vary more and more. As chiefs it is up to us to decide what does and doesn't belong in our tribes, and it won't always be as simple as, "this isn't relevant content, it doesn't belong here."