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Re: Taiwanease Code of Conduct

Postby elektronisk » Wed Mar 28, 2012 21:45

Look up. No, up above you.
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Re: Taiwanease Code of Conduct

Postby Dragonbones » Wed Mar 28, 2012 22:18

I found this link because Maoman linked to it in a post, not because the link was visible somewhere logical or obvious. Or is this another case of failing to see something right in front of me? :)
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Re: Taiwanease Code of Conduct

Postby elektronisk » Wed Mar 28, 2012 22:35

maoman wrote:I don't like the word "rules" so much - there's a finality and absoluteness in the word that doesn't work with a living, breathing forum environment, at least to my mind, so I'm going to go with the phrase "Taiwanease Code of Conduct", or TCC. I'm going to be putting it up in bits and pieces. Once everything is up, I'll open up the thread for comments. When I'm satisfied that the TCC is complete, I'll put it up on its own page.



I meant look really far up above. :lol:
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Re: Taiwanease Code of Conduct

Postby jimipresley » Wed Mar 28, 2012 22:39

I don't feel it's fair banging on new users for not following "rules" when they're not clearly available for inspection. I mean, one can't expect new posters to go rifling through the "Feedback" forum in the hopes of finding some. If there are going to be rules, they need to be clearly click-able. :twocents:
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Re: Taiwanease Code of Conduct

Postby maoman » Thu Mar 29, 2012 00:58

jimipresley wrote:I don't feel it's fair banging on new users for not following "rules" when they're not clearly available for inspection. I mean, one can't expect new posters to go rifling through the "Feedback" forum in the hopes of finding some. If there are going to be rules, they need to be clearly click-able. :twocents:

I agree, and it's been on the to-do list for the tech crew for a while. Let me bump it again, and thanks for the reminder. You're absolutely right. :thumbsup:
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