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Ravelry, a popular social media platform for knitters and crafters, and says that it will prohibit the project, the ideas, the patterns and the posts on the forum express support for the President’s Home, and with the Trump of administration, as compared to such assistance from the “an open white supremacist.”
“We can’t take care of a space that is inclusive of all and also the support for an open white supremacist,’ according to a message posted on the knitting community on the web. “The support from the Trump’s administration is without a doubt the support for white supremacy.”
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In the lengthy announcement, posted on Monday confirmed that the provision of the Trumpet, that the administration, in the form of forum posts, projects, patterns, templates, and all of the other content would have to be removed from the site. However, Ravelry promised to be a straightforward project to get rid of data that is being violated, this policy, and promised that the users will still be able to access their own project data, which has been removed from the site.
“If you are permanently banned from Ravelry, you will still be able to get access to all of the patterns that you have purchased,” Ravelry is added.
Ravelry saying that the it “does not prohibit a conservative in politics, but projects and / or posts that expressed support for Donald Trump, or a Trump Administration.
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Ravelry also said that He has supporters, it would not be prohibited from making any use of the platform, only that they are to shout, not talk about it right here.”
“But We are not to forbid a conservative in politics. Hate groups and intolerance are different from those of other forms of political points of view,” the post reads.
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The site is to be sure that the user will not be banned for “past support,” adding that the pro-Trump-posts of the forum will be shared after the 23rd of June, to be eligible for removal. Ravelry also, warn other users against the “legacy” He has supporters in the middle of the implementation of the new policy.
The site, the decision has received a mixed reaction on Twitter, where, Ravelry has more than 118,000 followers.
As a representative on Ravelry, was not immediately available to confirm the reason for the new policy, even though it’s Sunday mail claims a lot of the policy was the first to be written by a live action role-playing game site” RPG.net.
“We would like to thank all of them for their well thought-out work” in Ravelry about them.
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Ravelry was created in 2007, is designed to be a place for ‘knitters, crocheters, designers, spinners, weavers and dyers” in order to come together as a team to share projects, ideas and patterns with each other, according to the web site. Ravelry had grown up to facilitate business transactions among the users. The platform currently has over 8 million subscribers, according to Business Insider.