Rule #3 has been slightly reworded to clarify what templates we're referring to. I'm not going to add in a paragraph about staff opinion though, that's too much of a tangent. @ArrJaySketch
Previous generation content is allowed. We don't really advertise that fact much considering this is a Gen 4/MLP:FiM website, but we generally don't take down Gen 1/2/3/3.5 content either unless it is way too disassociated or violates another site rule. @Barhandar
The report page will be updated a bit too to reflect the new rules. Part of it is, since we're merging rules that are somewhat duplicate of one another, it should hopefully be a lot more obvious which rule is applicable. @Ferrotter
The first sub-rule you reference is talking about bulk adding/removing a specific tag/set of tags to/from a large quantity of images. Some people have a tendency to think that a specific tag should/shouldn't exist, and then go around editing the tags for a large quantity of images to reflect that opinion.
Going around and bulk correcting tags, as in adding/removing different tags to/from images, is completely fine, as that's just improving accuracy. @Mad Black
These things are judged on a case-by-case basis. We've tried writing specific rules/guidelines on this topic, but that has proven to be a rather difficult task. We want to allow as much content as legally possible, but stuff like this we just have to go by a layman's interpretation on if it's legal or if it has to be deleted. @Background Pony #CA41
Rule #0 basically means nothing more than "don't be an asshole". We just can't officially word it like that. As long as you're not intentionally antagonizing people, you should be fine with Rule #0. @Shadow Star
We don't ban "poorly drawn images", especially since that is entirely speculative and opinionated. What one person may think to be poorly drawn may seem to another person to be the best image they ever saw.
Quality control does exist in the form of upvotes/downvotes. You can filter images based on score (as in hiding images with a score less than zero, or less than -25, etc). So it's kinda like a form of community based quality control. But unless an image is actually violating a site rule (spam, troll/attack art, not pony related, etc), we're not going to delete it simply because it has too many downvotes. @Background Pony #CA41
Calling OP autistic is not really a "harmless post"… Just sayin… @dt
That's not true! There were several things added/changed from the original draft. For example, we added this to rule #2:
→ If an image is not adequately tagged or sourced, please correct them as necessary. Comments complaining about inadequate tagging or sourcing will be considered spam.
Just thought that one may be of interest to you :)