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Updated XF Rules

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Morgain

Well-known member
#1
This wasn't a surprise as Brogan recently issued a serious warning that the rules were going to be changed a great deal, implying the whole nature of the XF community was about to be reformed.
That was a little unnerving as I like and respect the XF community a lot.
So I dutifully read the page linked but I can't see anything that looks particularly different. Just the usual kind of stuff.
Could someone tell me what has changed?
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#8
It may not stop the bickering but as the rules clearly state, both parties will be warned and with the accumulation of warning points their account status will be limited meaning they will eventually no longer be able to post.
 

Shelley

Well-known member
#9
It may not stop the bickering but as the rules clearly state, both parties will be warned and with the accumulation of warning points their account status will be limited meaning they will eventually no longer be able to post.
Yeah, that may be a problem. I won't go into though but suffice to say I'd rather see my account deleted than be put into a moderation queue if "debating" is regarded as bickering. But we'll see what happens.
 

Morgain

Well-known member
#12
I would suggest that if you can't see any difference in the rules, then perhaps you weren't aware of what the rules were originally :)
I guess I just assumed that those were the rules anyway.
If you can't see anything particularly different, I guess your fears about the whole nature of the XF community being reformed were unfounded. Which is good, right?
Yes all very reassuring. :)
 

Lee

Well-known member
#13
Read the rules, agree with them fully. This is a business support forum, not a place for general chat and socializing.

I think they are pretty lenient to be honest - I have come across much worse! ;)
 

CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
#14
No problem with the rules ... but purleeeesss can you change all the instances of Content to content (small 'c'). ;) :p

<nit-picking>
Or are you using a capital letter for Content and Service to define an all-encompassing word as you might, for example, in a contract?

</nit-picking>
 
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Adam Howard

Well-known member
#20
If you can't see anything particularly different, I guess your fears about the whole nature of the XF community being reformed were unfounded. Which is good, right?
Question about rule #15

How will that be applied?

I know individuals who use what is known as a shared VPN (virtual private network) and as such, their IP addresses from time to time may overlap.

A good example of this is a corporation (business) or governing body.
 
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