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Please Read Before Posting
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Old Feb 23, 2006, 08:35 PM Local time: Feb 23, 2006, 07:35 PM #1 (permalink) of 1
Please Read Before Posting

Important: Please read before posting

Like most other forums on this board, Community Commons is for discussion. To improve the quality of threads and posts contained therein, it would be greatly appreciated if these rules could be adhered to:

1. Use the Search Feature
Before creating a new thread, use the Search feature to check if a similar thread has already been created within the last two months. A thread may be re-created if the last post is over two months old. However, if this is not the case, the duplicate thread may be closed or merged with the existing one.

2. Avoid creating threads of the “What is your favourite...” type if possible
Generally, very little discussion is promoted in these threads and were overdone to the extreme on the pre-wipe GFF. Because of this, when an obviously overdone thread is created it may be merged with an existing thread, or closed with a link to the other thread.

*Note for those posting in “What is your favourite…” type threads: Do not reply with just an answer like:

“21”
“Yeah.”
“No, it sucks”

Back up your opinion with a reason of why you think that way. A single word answer doesn’t give other members much insight into the poster, and these posts will be deleted without warning. Members who continually make spammy/grossly off-topic posts will be warned via PM, and banned if the warning is ignored. Posts replying directly to spam posts will also be deleted along with them as they serve no purpose other than causing confusion once the offending post is gone.

Other types of posts that will not be tolerated are those consisting of:

"Me too"
"Sorry I can't help"
"Thank you for sharing"
"This thread is stupid and should be closed/moved"

These posts add nothing to the topic and the last example causes an unwelcoming atmosphere, especially when four or five members say exactly the same thing when the reader is obviously not blind. Member moderation is highly discouraged, but a friendly pointer by one member as an afterthought on an on-topic post is understandable.

Cheers.
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