Hi everybody, who is new to our outstanding and powerful community of developers! Here you'll find the basic rules and directions on how to use our community, how we can benefit from our communication. Read this post till the end to familiarise yourself with all the "do's" and "don'ts".
5 DEADLY SINS OF THE COMMUNITY
Sin #1. LINKS! Guys, please, don't even try to manipulate with posting the backlinks to your web sites and sources. We're here for professional purposes only. All the links are nofollow and even noindex! (except our own ones, of course). Will ban your IP address!
Sin #2. Illegal content. Everything that is prohibited by the law is tabu here as well!
Sin #3. Insulting, swearing and bullying (or anything alike) and any other kind of offensive behavior towards the other community members, even if the opponent really deserves that, is prohibited! The sin is punished with an IP address ban.
Sin #4. Arrogant and disguised promotion or advertising and spam. If we consider your post to be too promotional - we'll definitely delete it and put you on "close monitoring". In case you repeat the action, we'll give you a warning. After the third case, we'll ban your profile.
*If you have something great to spread a word about contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and let's discuss the topic. Maybe we can arrange some publicity for you if it's worth it. Read our guest articles guidelines.
Sin #5. NEVER ask for emails, phones, or other sensitive personal information.
GENERAL POSTING GUIDELINES
1. Search your question first!
Please search the community forum before starting a topic. There is a good chance your issue has already been addressed earlier. Sometimes this can be an even easier and faster way to find the answer. If you haven't found the proper topic, just push the "New Topic" button.
2. Put the core of the question to the subject
When our community members browse our topics they can understand your issue by just reading the subject pf the topic. So, the more descriptive subject you provide, the more likely you attract proper people's attention and receive an answer.
3. Posting images and other media
You can add images and "screenshots" for the purpose to support your question or better explain a problem. Inappropriate media will be removed.
We respect all of the languages in the world. But beware, that using the English language as an international, you'll more likely find . more Do not use obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, or excessively violent language.