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Board Wars Abound

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posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 07:32 AM
how do you guys keep above the fray?
ive noticed lately that a vast majority of forums are involved in some sort of 'board war'

do they ban alot here or are you all just well behaved?

posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 07:34 AM
Keep it civil and you won't get banned. Due to the subject matter on here, there are bound to be a lot of conflicting interests but for the most part they stay civil. The mods give out some warnings but seem to be pretty easy on the old ban-hammer.

posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 09:43 AM
Follow the Terms and Conditions. Make sure you keep it civil. Courtesy is mandatory. Don't make it personal, and if someone else tries to make it personal, don't take it personally. It isn't a competition.

If you see a violation, don't respond in kind. Alert on it and let the staff handle it.

Remember, we're all here to learn and share. Once it ceases to be pleasant, it becomes pointless. We all have enough stress in our lives. ATS shouldn't add to it. If it is, you're probably doing something incorrectly.

There are all kinds of people. Some find entertainment in doing things we're just not going to permit. Don't get caught up in it.

There is no "official" stance on anything other than the Terms and Conditions. The staff is all volunteer and drawn from the membership. The only staff member who didn't start out as a member is Simon Gray, who started the site.

The opinions about virtually all subjects and topics are as diverse among the staff as they are the board as a whole, which would make it practically impossible for us to moderate on any platform other than the Terms and Conditions.

And there you go.

[edit on 7/13/2009 by yeahright]

posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 07:14 PM
thanks for your imput.

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