Michel Vuijlsteke wrote:
On 31 August 2010 16:51, David Gerard
How do you
objectively and neutrally determine what is and isn't a spoiler?
Just like you can't objectively and neutrally determine if someone is fit to
be an administrator, or if a picture is really "beautiful, stunning,
impressive, or informative" enough to be featured.
It's a call you make. You do something you believe will get a consensus.
Most of the time there won't be much discussion: "Crowe was dead himself the
whole time" and "Tyler Durden is the narrator's alter ego" probably
have a spoiler warning; "The Titanic sinks" and "Jesus dies on the cross
not really" probably don't need one. If you do get discussion, there's
oodles of mechanisms to resolve things.
A likely edge case would be "'Rosebud' is the name of the
childhood sled of Kane."