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Debian User Forums Community Guidelines

Postby Beewolf » February 27th, 2011, 6:55 pm

  • Because we strive to create a community, every member should be treated with courtesy and respect. Please avoid personal attacks; if another member is misbehaving, the best thing to do is to ignore them.
  • While this is a support forum, nobody here owes you anything; this sort of attitude will earn you no friends and will likely result in your questions left unanswered. We are all volunteers doing this because we want to.
  • Please avoid profanity in technical sections; keeping a professional tone will encourage others to join our community. Profanity in the general discussion sections is acceptable, but please avoid abusing the privilege.
  • Remember that these are guidelines, not rules; reporting posts for violating their letter is itself a violation of their spirit. They seek to create an atmosphere of cooperation that will allow a community to blossom, not to enforce netiquette.
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