My feedback got one generally vague answer without further communication.
As to the previous comment about mature material, no, but that's not my issue.
My issue is that some blogs' content is being kept out of the hands of those that ARE old enough, and do indeed want it. Some blogs, but not all blogs.
Also, I'm not happy with the vagueness of what constitutes "mature material", and how much is too much? Where is the line?
Once Matt had responded in that thread, I asked about some possible solutions that I had thought of, but have yet to hear anything back.
Further, the original questions Elizabeth asked were sort of sidestepped, and not really answered.
I'm also wondering why there is no notification to a blogger that they have been de-listed. Even an automatic email that says "hey, there's a problem" would have been nice.
Anyway, I suggested that a solution might be to put content control in the hands of the blogger who is looking for content.
I suggested that there be an input box in the dashboard, like the one in the friend surfer. You type in the tags you don't want to see, and no posts with that tag show up in the category pages. You come across another tag you don't want to see anymore, you plug it in the box.
Additionally, for further protection of those who don't want to see my content, as well as for free access to those who do, why not a little check box or radio button, that simply filters out all blogs with any mature content on them. That way, blogs like mine are not being restricted, bloggers who are looking for content like what I provide can get it, and bloggers who don't want to see what I have to offer won't.