I am trying Poesia before the next alpha release, which is coming soon,
and noticed that an innocent page was blocked because the English light
filter sended a high score for the text. Here is the text:
"Morocco. Carpets in Marrakech.
Morocco's world-famous carpets sell well abroad. Most are machine-made
in factories, but small-scale and family business manufacturings are
still a thriving tradition in Morocco. The carpets are traditionally
woven in wool, which symbolises protection and on happiness, commonly
mixed with silk, cotton, and sometimes camel or goat hair. Different
regions produce their own traditional colours and designs, and the High
Atlas, which towers above Marrakech, produces the warmest tones of red,
orange, and yellow. Ninety percent of the High Atlas carpets are made in
the towns of Tazenakht and Amerzgane, almost exclusively by cheap,
female labour. In spite of a constitution that (in theory) guarantees
equality between the sexes, the place of women in Moroccan society, as
in all Muslim countries, is not an enviable one. The law on personal
status particularly discriminates against women. If a divorce is
granted, the husband retains the right to reject the wife and children
without compensation, often condemning them to a life of shame and
poverty. Polygamy is still common among men, while women cannot marry
without the consent of their guardian. In cases of inheritance, women
are entitled to just half of what men receive. Human rights
organisations have been greatly encouraged by |1| the decision of the
young King Muhammad VI to improve women's legal status in Morocco."
From the page:
Now the rule in the monitor is, once a text has a high score from light
or heavy NLP, it is immediately bocked. Is the score of this text over
estimated (may be the origin is the existance of words like sex, female
and women), or should the monitor be more tolerant in its rule?
Thank you for your help.
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