Online Communication Posting Rules

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Online Communication Posting Rules

Postby amdtech » Tue Feb 27, 2007 9:50 am

Online Communication Posting Rules

As many of you know, the Asterisk Community has grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years, and as such, we have experienced growing pains on our online communication systems. To that end, we will facilitate healthy but professional guidelines for all users. The forums, mailing lists, and front-page postings are for the Asterisk Community to use, learn, and exchange ideas and info on. We are hoping that these guidelines will help to keep the information professional and informative.

If you have any questions regarding these guidelines, ask someone on the Moderation Team, or send an email to communityrelations@digium.com. We are more than happy to clarify any questions and will take note of any comments you may have.

General Posting Rules
[*]Posts are to be made in the appropriate and relevant forum. Members are asked to read the forum and mailing list descriptions before posting.
[*]Members should post in a respectful manner. Flaming or abusing others in any way will not be tolerated.
[*]Members are asked not to act as moderators, and should not respond to topics as such. If Members see a thread that violates the Posting Rules, bring it to the attention of the Moderator Team.
[*]Members should post intelligently and considerately, and should not SHOUT or use excessive numbers of emoticons, punctuation, and sized or colored text.
[*]The use of inline images pointing to data on third party systems requires Moderator permission. Links that have not received permission are subject for removal.
[*]Pornographic or offensive text, images, links, etc. will not be tolerated.
[*]Spam is not tolerated under any circumstances.
[*]Please respect copyrights of the material, sites, media, etc.
[*]Please clearly and concisely state the issue when posting a new topic in a support forum. Topics not provided in this manner may be ignored.
[*]Bad examples of titles include
[*]“I need help!â€
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