Summary: focus your content on Xenforo; be civil; don't diss the competition; reduce the off-topic banter.
Seems fair to me.
Seems fair to me.
I'm sure staff won't base their conclusions on whether or not accounts are duplicates purely based on IP address alone. There are many examples where the IP address will be the same, for instance mine and my other half's (though she doesn't frequent here very often) will often be the same as we visit/post from home.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.
History has taught me that "common sense" is often dependent on perception and not fact. As such as I am always a little "cautious" when someone says things will be done based upon "common sense".Using common sense.
Each case will be dealt with separately, taking into account how the various accounts are being used.
Out of curiosity, how come? They're not names and proper nouns, so they shouldn't be capitalized, haha!Content and Service have been capitalised since the phrase text was changed for 1.1.2.
Can we get a rule about post padding - to limit some of the more.. shall we say.... pointless posts .... that appear that add absolutely nothing of substance.
Posts should always be constructive and on topic.
That's almost certainly true but in reality rules are not so much for the visitors but for the owners to invoke when undesirable behaviour occurs. Most people usually know that providing they are civil they are unlikely to break any rules.If we want to be honest for a second, less than 1% of the vistors really read forum rules (or any rules/agreements).