Rules for Posting on this Forum

Rules for Posting on this Forum

Postby Administrator » Tue May 29, 2007 6:57 am

Welcome to the Enchantment Forum - your online community forum for discussing the magic from The Enchantment.

By joining our free community you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, and access many other special features. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today! We encourage your active participation in discussions on this forum.

By participating in this forum you agree to follow this code of conduct:

COURTESY AND RESPECT

The purpose of this board is to provide a place to answer questions, make connections, exchange information and assist and encourage one another. It is above all a friendly environment for online discussion.
  • Don't be rude to others, or make an argument personal
  • If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it at all
  • Know the difference between a difference of opinion and a personal attack
  • Don't try to "win" an argument by repeating yourself over and over
  • Don't tell others what to post
  • Keep it clean, don't use profanity

Do not post any material or words that might incite hatred, unfriendliness or hostility in the forum. This means that you should not this forum to vent any form of anger or use this forum to rally some form of support for an unfriendly action. Any posts that incite hatred, anger and unfriendliness will be moderated and persistent violators will receive penalty. We created this rule to make sure The Enchantment Forum has a friendly environment for discussion.

Respect your fellow forum members and don't vent your frustrations at them.


POSTING RULES
  • Stay on topic
  • Do not reveal the secret behind any of The Enchantment's magic tricks
  • Do your best to use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation, etc.
  • Don't advertise your site, product or business
  • Don't post copyrighted materials
  • Search for existing topics before starting a new thread
  • Create a thread name that is comprehensive
  • Don't use all-caps or excessive punctuation in thread titles
  • Do not post the same discussion more than once on a discussion forum or on many forums. Duplicate discussions can be frustrating for other members, especially for those whose time and energy is limited. Duplicate discussions will be deleted. Reposting the same message repeatedly can be interpreted as spam and could result in the loss of your membership.

POSTING CONTENT FROM OTHER PEOPLE OR WEBSITES

Copying any content from another person's work, or another website, is not allowed without express permission from the creater/owner of the original work. Even if you attribute the article correctly it is still copyright infringement. Do not reproduce substantial parts of articles or news items from other sites in the forums. If you don't have permission to copy something then always quote a short excerpt only, indicating where the quote came from. The Enchantment Forum shall not be held responsible for member-posted information that violates copyright.

ADVERTISING

We are here to share our experiences and knowledge about creative and enjoyable magic, not to provide an advertising venue for commercial activity. The Enchantment Forum has a strict, no-self-promotion policy. Linking to your own commercial web pages or pages from businesses which you are affiliated with (including affiliate links) will be deemed as self-promotion and could result in the loss of your membership. Under certain conditions, links to a commercial website can be placed into designated areas of the forums (such as the permanent post made by the moderator or your personal profile) only.

POSTING PERSONAL CONTACT INFORMATION

Please do not post email addresses or telephone numbers (unless approved by the Administrator) as there are security issues, privacy issues and spam issues all related to the posting of email addresses and phone numbers. Users that need to be contacted for one reason or another should state that they are to be contacted by Private Message. We will never share, make publicly available or sell you personal contact information with any third parties.

USING THE PRIVATE MESSAGE SYSTEM

The private message system of the forums allows you to send messages to other members in private. Where applicable, the same guidelines apply to the private message system as apply to messages posted on the forums.

Sending any unrequested commercial and/or bulk message through the private message system may result in an immediate suspension of posting privileges. Furthermore, any reports of harassment via the PM system will be fully investigated. To report an abusive or unwanted PM, please contact the Administrator.

OUR LIABILITY

The answers or information contained on this site are for informational purposes only. Under no circumstances shall The Enchantment Forum or any of its associates be liable for any damages resulting from the use of the Service or the Information contained therein. By posting on The Enchantment Forum or by using the information in any way, you agree that under no circumstances shall The Enchantment Forum or any of its associates, members, or users be liable for any damages resulting from the use of the Service or the Information contained therein.

FINALLY, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT

The Enchantment Forum and its assigned agents reserves the right to remove a post which does not relate to the topic being discussed in the forum. In addition, we reserve the right to organize discussion forums in order to best serve the majority of our members. For example, narrow-interest or minimal activity topics may, at our discretion, be relocated to a more appropriate discussion forum, or deleted entirely.

The Enchantment Forum or its assigned agents also reserves the right to prohibit or delete discussions that are thought to violate applicable law or that may be harmful to other members, the sites that comprise this forum, or the rights of The Enchantment Forum or others. That said, The Enchantment Forum does not have the practical ability to restrict conduct or communications that might violate these Guidelines or the Terms of Service prior to transmission on AOL or the Web, nor can we ensure prompt removal of offending discussion forum posts.

We also reserve the right to remove your membership and/or posts should you violate these Guidelines or for any other reasons we determine appropriate, with or without notice. We also reserve the right to edit any post for any reasons that violate the Guidelines or for any reasons we determine appropriate, with or without notice.
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