Grants:IEG/end-user personal content filtering
What is the problem you're trying to solve?Edit
To make it easier to keep the principle of least astonishment without any censorship or any additional article content extensions.
What is your solution?Edit
Greasemonkey script that allows hide (blur) and display on demand "controversial content" based on intellectual article categorization analysis w/o any extra tagging or banner warnings. The script must run on all prominent modern browsers, natively where supported, Greasemonkey / Tampermonkey where not — with a clear installation and usage instructions.
Originated from this discussion (Russian)
Mostly for multi-platform programming and testing and a light A.I. for category analysis with a fair $35/h rate and taxes.
ru-wiki community is overall supportive (Russian) as long as there is not a smell of self-censorship or pre-filtering server-side, only per user individual choice — and the this is exactly what the project is.
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