Good, but needs work Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a great start to making the internet kid-safe. I would like to draw the developers attention to one short-coming: The profanity filter. If you run the profanity filter through the wikipedia page for "Profanity" at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Profanity
Many of the words (F*** for example), remain unfiltered in some, but not all circumstances. Given that word substitution is a very simple operation in both Perl and Python, there appears to be a fundamental problem in the filter. However generally this tool is a big step up, and I will be using it for our child, but I look forward to improvements.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.7.8). 

Reply to icebandit

icebandit, I assume you are using the default list, so as you said the profanity filter will not censor those words. Now, if you go in the (profanity) filter list, to the \"F\" word try adding \".*\" to it. So \"F---.*\" This will act as a wild char, thus enabling the filter to detect all other words related to that one. If you do this, reload the Wikipedia page, you will see that the other \"F\" words are censored as well.\r\n\r\nP.S. I would really love to know how to use Python in the extension development. That could save me a load of time. =)\r\n\r\nGod bless,\r\n Corvineum