Rules of the forum (please read!) Aug 19, 2015 11:53:21 GMT
Post by UKarchaeology on Aug 19, 2015 11:53:21 GMT
(Perhaps a little delayed in adding this but I guess its better late than never!)
Expected behaviour in a nutshell: Keep it P13 & civilized. This means;
1. No foul language or swearing in general.
2. No hate speech (homophobia, Islamophobia, antisemitism, sexism etc).
3. No trolling or flaming people in general.
4. No pornography.
Etc (I'm sure you get the picture)
Posting news: If you post a news article, make sure to credit the original source with a link to it in your opening post (this includes crediting any pictures you upload in their link with wherever they came from too).
Signatures & Avtars: Avatars should be kept under 75KB in logical size, logical size of the signature should not exceed 300KB.
Advertising: People who sign up to do nothing but advertise/spam will be deleted without warning.
Advice on debating;
Should you enter a debate: Be respectful/polite towards other members. Debates are entered at your own discretion and you should be prepared to just agree to disagree on matters should you end up strongly disagreeing with each other on a certain topic (basically respect the fact that everyone is entitled to their own opinion).
Advice on sharing personal information: Please be sure to be careful when sharing your personal information online.
This is a forum, and as such has many members from all over the world. If you are under 18, you should not share your personal information with anyone without the permission of your parents. Even if you are 18 or older, please be careful with who you share your personal information with.
As Proboards hosts this forum I have to strictly abide by their rules (for a more detailed clarification of Proboards rules, please see this link: support.proboards.com/page/rules#s-1 ). If too much rule breaking goes unabated this forum could potentially risk being threatened with closure. So it is of the utmost importance that these rules are enforced to the best degree possible (and if you as a member see any material being posted that is a cause for concern, please do not hesitate to contact me about it).
All the best,
UKarchaeology ^_^v .