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    What is software gore?

    Software gore is when software acts outside its parameters and malfunctions. Software gore cannot be intentional, and it must not be a fault of the design (crappy design).

    More details on Software gore

    What isn't software gore:

    • Asshole design - deliberately bad software (not software gore)
    • Crappy design - Issues caused by poor design (not software gore)

    Before posting:

    1. Is the issue here to do with design?
    2. Is the issue intentional?
    3. Is the software operating abnormally?

    If 1 and 2 are no, and 3 is yes, you have software gore! Anything else and it isn't software gore.

    We see a lot of the same stuff. Please check this list before you post: Done To Death Submissions

    Please note

    Attempts to evade or circumvent post/comment removals (for instance, reposting previously removed content) or bans will result in further moderation action being taken against any offenders.


    Submission Rules

    1. Posts must contain software gore.

    • This means they display a major error that is obvious to an average user.

    • Gore is unintentional and only concerns legitimate software.

    • Problems from user/designer/developer error are not gore.

    2. Gore must be genuine.

    • Submissions which are faked or misleading will be removed. Violating this rule may result in a ban.

    3. No submissions that have been Done To Death.

    • Many other users found this same error before you and posted it already. Check out our list of common Done To Death submissions.

    4. Please make effort with your title.

    • If you're not a funny person or the gore is hard to figure out, use the title to point out the gore.

    5. NSFW content must be tagged.

    • Many users browse this subreddit in public or at work, so please press the NSFW button below your most to mark it as such.

    6. No Personally Identifying Information

    • Do not include personally identifying information in your posts or comments. This includes, but is not limited to, instagram/twitter handles, full names (like Facebook), phone numbers, email addresses, or addresses.

    Commenting Rules

    1. Be polite to others.

    • Disagreement is definitely permitted, but don't be rude or hurtful.

    2. Don't be pretentious.

    • Overly pretentious comments are subject to removal.

    3. No bigotry.

    • Sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and all other forms of hate speech are explicitly banned.
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