There's a guy posting gay porn in the GTA Online forum on a daily basis (not sure if that's the only forum he's targeting or not). Obviously this gets cleaned up and he gets kicked as soon as someone suitable is available to deal with it, but that can be a while sometimes, obviously due to the fact that the moderators don't sit on this site vetting every single new member or post (as no-one in their right mind would expect).
I've written a small script that automatically hides these posts. It requires a scripting extension like tampermonkey so that the script can be run on this site from the member's browser (http://tampermonkey.net/ - alternatives are available for other browsers)
My first question is, would there be any objections from the site admin and/or mods if I were to post this script. My second question, assuming that the first one is okay, is where to post it. I've looked at the forum descriptions and couldn't see anywhere that is immediately obvious to post it.
Also, I'd want to obfuscate the script so that it's more difficult to see how it works. I don't want to pretend I credit these cretins with any intelligence or knowledge, but I have to assume that they could figure out what the script does, if they had it. Obfuscation would make this a LOT more difficult. Also, there are certain things in the script that are determined by the site, and there's nothing they could do to bypass those checks.
With that in mind, it would be good to get someone "official" to okay the script, after seeing the original version and me running through my logic with them. That would allay the fears of people that don't like the idea of running a script that looks like gibberish.
Answers to the above questions, and thoughts and feedback would be appreciated
Edit: I've refined it somewhat after testing it and blocking a few innocent posts (but I'd rather block a few innocent ones than miss a few bad ones). The logic to detect bad posts is now a lot better, and rather than hide the post it does what it does when you add someone to your ignore list, and gives you a toggle link so you can open the post if you wish.