Post subject: RULES Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 10:22 pm
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You MUST: - Use correct grammar and spelling. - Post in the English language only. - Keep off-topic posts to the off-topic forum. - Keep double posting to a minimum. - Keep your signatures short and sensible. They may include images. Signatures must adhere to all other rules. - Upload all images used to our image uploader in order to preserve the image. Other image hosts go offline leaving a gap in our archive. This rule does not apply to animated GIF files. - Respect the moderators and their decisions. - Report any post or user that breaks the rules to a moderator.
You must NOT: - Swear on the forum - Spam the forum. This includes short posts such as “OK!”, “Thanks!”, “Great!”, etc. - Bump topics over 90 days old unless you add significant value. Start a new topic otherwise. - Bump topics unless your last post was over 3 days ago. - Post or request illegal material on the site, this includes but is not limited to: Warez, erotic content, shock material, illegal torrents, cracks, key generators, copy protection hacks, activation patches and abandonware licenses. This list is not exhaustive. - Discuss unleaked material that you possess unless you are willing to share it with the site. - Mirror the FTP except for personal use. - Share your login details with anyone. - Use a proxy to access the site. This is strictly forbidden and will result in a ban without warning. Further access to the site will not be permitted. - Have more than one account on the site. Multiple accounts will result in a ban and further access to the site will not be permitted.
The rules are not exhaustive! Please use your common sense when it comes to posting.
Warning and banning system: - We operate a warning system to alert users to their rule breaking before issuing bans. - Generally, 3 warnings are given before a ban, though this depends on the rule and the severity of the rule breaking. - The first ban is usually temporary (though not always). Future bans may be permanent. This depends on the severity of the rule breaking. - Permanently banned users will not be permitted further access to the site. - We reserve the right to temporarily or permanently ban users without warnings being issued. - You may appeal warnings and bans, but they are usually given for very good reason.
Last edited by Andy on Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:28 pm, edited 25 times in total.