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Code of Conduct, Policies and Guidelines

Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:13 am

All users are advised to review the RLFANS Acceptable Usage, Copyright and Privacy policies before posting and should review these periodically as they are updated on a regular basis. All this and related information is available in the RLFANS Info Forum.

In addition, the moderators have agreed a Code of Conduct for this board which echoes the policies detailed above and is to be observed in the interests of all users.

1. Potentially libellous or slanderous material will be removed and further action may be taken against the poster as necessary.
2. Users should not derail threads; start repeat threads; introduce too many off-topic threads or make posts that cause a conversation to degenerate into a slanging match - this includes trolling. This is all covered by the AUP and the moderators will act accordingly in such situations.
3. Irrelevant posts may be removed at moderators discretion, depending on the circumstances.
4. Posts criticising the moderation process will be removed and further action may be taken against the poster as necessary. Questions about moderation should be directed to a moderator via private messaging.
5. All acts of moderation on this board are conducted at the discretion of the moderators in the best interests of the users.
6. No screen grabs or motion pictures (including links of any description) from the NRL, Sky or the BBC are to be posted anywhere on this forum. This is in breach of UK and Australian copyright law and Australian litigation is enforcable in the UK. This is covered in more detail in the RLFANS Copyright and Privacy Policy.
7. Also, as a reminder, the copying of articles from other websites is a breach of copyright law whether a source link is supplied or not. All articles from other sites should be linked to and not copied into the forum.
8. If you feel it necessary to attempt to evade the swear filter, then it is necessary to reword your post. Children do use this forum and the level of profanity must be kept to a minimum.


Comments and Questions about this Code of Conduct should be addressed in this thread, or with a moderator via private messaging.


Moderators Charter

A moderators charter has been put in place by the admins effective from 15th January 2007. This basically defines a structure for the forum and entrusts the moderators with enforcing the AUP across the site. One aspect of the structure is the introduction of a lead moderator for each forum (in our case this is me) who is a prime contact for admins, takes responsibility for the moderators, is a point of escalation for users and has final say on a decision should it be necessary.
Last edited by Bonzo on Thu Nov 19, 2009 3:52 pm, edited 7 times in total.

Wed Mar 09, 2005 4:04 pm

Can we have a poor spelling clause too? I mean I'm all for equal op's and all that but let's face it, if you can't crack a whip you don't go lion taming. :wink:

Wed Mar 09, 2005 4:35 pm

Disco wrote:Can we have a poor spelling clause too? I mean I'm all for equal op's and all that but let's face it, if you can't crack a whip you don't go lion taming. :wink:


We've enough on modding the board, without marking English Language as well :wink:

Wed Mar 09, 2005 6:34 pm

Can i have some credit please, i did nick it off Redvee.net after all.

Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:40 pm

any one who cant spell will be banned from the forum!

Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:44 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:48 pm

Batman wrote:any one who cant spell will be banned from the forum!


That means i will have to reregister evey time i post. Which breaks trolling rights :D

Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:54 pm

Guests are always welcome annoyances are not

Thu Mar 10, 2005 9:09 am

Batman wrote:any one who cant spell will be banned from the forum!


Well i'm bollocked then.

Thu Mar 10, 2005 9:25 am

Landdrifter24 wrote:
Batman wrote:any one who cant spell will be banned from the forum!


Well i'm bollocked then.


I think most people would be mate! :lol: Either that or maybe everyone should go to non-English lessons to learn the language that all the kids are using these days...
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