By answering all the questions you can generate AppStream-compatible markup for the upstream AppData file.

If the user is able to enable NSFW or adult content, then this should be included in the assessment even if it is turned off by default.

What type of component are you generating content for:

OARS has multiple versions, and the newer versions include more questions involving specific cultural and religious sensitivies. What version of OARS metadata do you want to produce:

Cartoon Violence

Defined as fictional characters depicted in an animated film or a comic strip which do not look human.

For example, this would include an animated worm fighting with a bird.

Fantasy Violence

Defined as characters easily distinguishable from reality.

For example, this would include human units in a turn-taking isometric game.

Realistic Violence

Defined as characters not easily distinguishable from reality.

For example, this would include a user shooting a gun at a human characters.

Bloodshed

Defined as the killing or wounding of people.

For example, this would include a user shooting a gun at a human head, causing it to explode.

Sexual Violence

Defined as any unwanted sexual act or activity.

For example, this would include non-consensual sex or grabbing the crotch of another user.

Religious Violence

Defined as violence targeted to places of worship.

For example, this would include blowing up a church in a war game or referencing the crusades between the Christians and Muslims.

Desecration

Defined as the action of desecrating something, typically a human body.

Human Slavery

Defined as working without proper remuneration or appreciation.

Alcohol

For example, this would include seeing a character drink a beer.

Narcotics

Defined as an addictive drug affecting mood or behaviour that is specifically illegal in at least one country.

For example, this would include references to getting high.

Tobacco

Defined as any nicotine-rich product.

For example, this would include references to chewing tobacco.

Nudity

Defined as a state of undress, and in this case specifically specifically nudity likely to cause offense.

For example, this would include topless cheerleaders.

Sexual Themes

Defined as in reference to a sexual act.

For example, this would include blowing a kiss to another character.

Homosexuality

Defined as sexual attraction to people of one's own sex.

Prostitution

Defined as the practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment.

Adultery

Defined as voluntary interaction between a married person and a person who is not their spouse.

Sexual Appearance

Defined as appearance of human or human-like characters that are sexualized in some way.

For example, this would include a scantily clad character in a video game.

Profanity

Defined as blasphemous or obscene language.

For example, this would include most curse words.

Humor

Defined as the quality of being amusing.

For example, this would include in-app jokes.

Discrimination

Defined as the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex.

Advertising

Defined as the activity of producing advertisements for commercial products or services.

For example, this would include banners showing the Coca-Cola logo shown in a Soccer game.

Gambling

Defined as taking a risky action in the hope of a desired result.

For example, this would include spinning a wheel to get in-app credits.

In-App Purchases

Defined as items or points that a user can buy for use within a virtual world to improve a character or enhance the playing experience.

Online Text-only Messaging

Defined as any messaging system connected to the Internet.

Online Audio and Video Messaging

Defined as any multimedia messaging system connected to the Internet.

Contact Details

Defined as sharing identifiable details with other users to allow out-of-band communication.

Information Sharing

Defined as sharing information with a legal entiry typically used for advertising or for sending back diagnostic data.

For example, this would include sending your purchasing history to Amazon.

Location Sharing

Defined as sharing your physical real-time location.

For example, this would include uploading the GPS co-ordinates of your current location. NOTE: This does not include heuristic based location services, e.g. GeoIP and others.

The following markup can be pasted into the existing application AppData file.