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  1. Rules and Guidelines For the 2600Hz Community: Discussions, Reviews, and User Generated Content These guidelines apply to all places in the 2600Hz Community Forums and Documentation areas where users can post content. This includes, but is not limited to: discussions, comments, guides, product reviews, screenshots, artwork, videos, tags, etc. When providing feedback, posting information, or discussing a product in the 2600Hz Community, whether it’s negative or positive, please make sure you are being relevant, constructive and polite. Developers take feedback from all kinds of sources into account, even though they may not have the time to respond to every post or question. Please note that Administrators/Moderators reserve the right to change/edit/delete/move/merge any content at any time if they feel it is inappropriate, abusive, or incorrectly categorized. General Rules Do NOT do any of the following: Flame or insult other members Post personally identifiable information (i.e. name, address, email, phone number, etc.) Post advertisements or add advertisements to your signature, or attempt to solicit other members via the forum in any way Post links or attempt to covertly promote outside services Bump threads Derail a thread's topic Post spam or links to phishing sites or Re-post Closed, Modified, Deleted Content Repetitively post in the incorrect forum (example: VoIP device provisioning settings in the product feedback section) Openly argue with a moderator Artificially manipulate the User Review system or voting/rating systems Content Rules Do not post any content on the 2600Hz Community containing the following: Porn, inappropriate or offensive content, leaked content or anything else not safe for work (NSFW) Any discussion of piracy will result in a permanent ban from the 2600Hz Community including, but not limited to: Cracks Key generators Console emulators Cheating, hacking, game exploits Threats of violence or harassment, even as a joke Posted copyright materials Soliciting, auctioning, raffling, selling, advertising, referrals Racism, discrimination or slander Abusive language, including swearing Drugs and alcohol Religious, political, and other “prone to major arguments” threads No Backseat Moderating Let the moderators, moderate. Backseat moderating is when people who are not moderators try to enforce the forum rules. If you see a person breaking the rules, take advantage of the Report button or simply ignore the offensive content Report Posts to Moderators Should you observe a fellow Community member breaking these rules please report the post or item by clicking the Report button located on every item, post, and review. Repeated Offenders Repeated offenders of the above rules and guidelines will be banned from the 2600Hz Community. A moderator has the ability to ban a user for violating the rules at their discretion. Enforcing the Rules We have a variety of methods we use to enforce our rules, including, but not limited to Asking nicely to stop the negative contributions Asking you less nicely the next time Suspension of accounts (temporary or permanent) Removal of privileges, or added restrictions to account Adding restrictions to the 2600Hz communities, such as adding NSFW tags Removal of content Banishment from 2600Hz Community
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