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- Before starting a new topic, please check if there is already a topic open on the subject. If so, contribute to it there.
- Don't reply to a title. Take some time to read the OP, and at least scan the rest of the conversation first.
- Ask yourself if your reply adds to the discussion. If it doesn't, give it some more thought before posting.
- Avoid making one-word posts to agree with someone; you can use the "Up vote or reaction" button for that.
- Avoid making multiple posts in a row when one would suffice. This is a forum, not a chat room.
- If your reply is likely to divert the discussion, consider starting a new discussion instead.
- Ignore troubling members. If someone on the forum bothers you, use the 'ignore' feature to avoid their content entirely or report the person to the moderator panel.
- Use good judgment: Do keep in your mind that discussions in the forums often are personal opinions which should not always be considered carefully or seriously.
- Welcome new members: When newcomers arrive, say "hi" and welcome them, if possible. Help new folks "learn the ropes" about how to use the features in the forum, save time, and how to get involved.
last updated on 17/05/2021