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Forum Rules

Post  Giant on Tue Aug 25, 2009 6:48 pm

To be a member of the Greendale Community Board you will have to follow some simple rules :

  • No racism, homophobia, views of hatred: We operate a zero-tolerance policy on this, which means you'll be banned if you post this type of content anywhere on the site. If you feel that you'd want to post this type of content, this is not the site for you.

  • No vulgar or illegal content/behaviour: We consider ourselves to be a tasteful site with a responsibilty for decency. As such, crude, explicit or vulger content is not allowed here on FF. Sexual innuendo may also get you in hot water.Baiting/Flaming/Trolling/Bashing: In order to participate on our boards, you must respect you fellow posters and all members of staff here at We encourage strong debate and firm opinions - we do not expect everyone to agree on everything, however there is a way to go about things if you have a difference of opinion with someone. If you personally insult, attack, or taunt other members then you will likely be dealt with appropriately. Insulting, abusing or generally being difficult to staff will get you suspended or banned, probably IP blocked (which means you wont be able to even browse the site as a guest).

  • Language: We are a family friendly site. If you are unsure over a word then chances are it's unsuitable.

  • Text Speak: Do not use 'text speak' on the boards - save it for the chatroom. We want people to understand what you're saying and not 2 b confusd @ wat ur sayin. You don't have to be a wizard with words, but we expect members to make an effort.

  • Double Posting: This is when you post a message in a thread twice (or more) in a row. In other words, you have posted a message in a thread and follow it up with another post right after it. Usually this is because a member wants to "bump" a thread, or is too lazy to edit a post they submitted a few minutes earlier. Double posting is unnecessary and is considered poor etiquette. It is completely fine to post in a thread right after your previous post ifyou are adding new (aka "different") information or value, or if there has been some time since that previous post. Otherwise using the handy EDIT button will suffice, especially if you're just posting to correct a typo or spelling mistake.

Thank you Wink

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