Rules of use and web conduct
It is important to bear in mind that this site encourages meetings and conversations, around topics that can give rise to many interpretations. It is necessary to ensure a respectful interaction through our comments on this blog.
For that reason, just remind you of the rules of use Netiquette, base of all web codes of conduct:
Rule 1: Never forget that the person reading the message is another human being with feelings that can be hurt.
Rule 2: Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life.
Rule 3: Writing everything in capital letters is considered like yelling and also makes reading difficult.
Rule 4: Respect time and bandwidth from other persons.
Rule 5: Show the good side of yourself while staying online.
Rule 6: Share your knowledge with the community.
Rule 7: Help keep the discussions in a healthy and educational environment.
Rule 8: Respect the Privacy from third parties.
Rule 9: Do not abuse your power or the advantages you may have.
Rule 10: Excuse the mistakes of others. Understand others' mistakes just as you expect others to understand yours.
These imperatives, or commandments, can be synthesized in two: Putting oneself in the other's place whenever we use the RED and to think that the other is not always like me.
Thank you all.