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|[TO READ] Forum Rules
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|Author:||lnthiebaut [ Fri Aug 30, 2013 8:08 am ]|
|Post subject:||[TO READ] Forum Rules|
All posts must be motivated by a common respect of all opinions, and all persons. In case of doubt about how to comport oneself on the board, you can ask you yourself;
• Is this conversation useful and constructive?
• Do I comport myself like this outside Internet?
• Would I feel welcome, if i was consulting this board for the first time?
• Will my post hurt someone's sensibilities?
Radionomy offers you a virtual house, that we would like to maintain as welcoming as possible, for the interest of all.
You do radio, you talk daily to people. Do you think these auditors will encourage an angry producer, or an unpolite one ?
2. Participate with intelligence.
We don't allow any obscene, vulgar, or racist language. In addition, personnal insults, aggressive language, saucy language, and personal insults are strictly prohibited. All of this is forbidden.
We will delete posts and ban contributors that ask advice about or encourage illegals activities, including, and without limit to, reproductions or broadcast of unlicensed intellectual property.
You have to be the legal owner of all materials you post on this Board.
Please do pay attention to spelling, it will improve the reading by other board members, and answers also.
"You're Welcome" and "Thanks" are both words that are always appreciated by other members.
3. Respect the subject of a topic and don't duplicate the same subject uselessly.
The Board's search engine will allow you to easily find if a previously opened subject has already been created by another member. It's better to post inside this same subject, than to create another similar one. The answer to your question will be fluent.
Many Board's members have created friendships with other members. However, posting personal conversations on the board, will probably will not interest all the community. So use the PM (Personal Message) function for this purpose.
Respect the topic's subject. Each topic has been posted in order to obtain a precise answer.
All messages or discussions that are impertinent with a topic will be deleted.
4. No harassment by other Board members is tolerated.
Discussions of controversial subjects on Radionomy Board can exist only if all members feel welcomed and secure. If you're not able to give friendly advice to another member, it's better to refrain from posting at all.
We do not tolerate :
• Off topic controversial exchanges
• Messages targeting any board member that are intended to insult , attack, or disparage
5. Any malicious, insulting, or degrading attack toward an employee of Radionomy or the moderators is forbidden.
Fallacious declarations or speculatives ones about Radionomy's policies or procedures will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
Private correspondence between a member and a Radionomy staff member, morderator, or Radionomy's partner should not be reproduced, retransmitted, or discussed on the Board.
Radionomy reserves the right to publish and comment on any personal communications maintained or published elsewhere with other employees, partners, or Board's members.
6. Commercial links, Promotional links and spam.
Of course, any links to useful tools for managing radios are welcome. However, these links may not be to Radionomy's competing sites, or any other third party site not relevant to Radionomy.
The Board shall in no case be used for commercial purposes.
We do not place our advertising on competitor's forums and in return we ask this fair-play mentality to be applied to us.
Non-compliance of this rule can lead to a permanent ban of a member's account without any notice.
7. Privacy of other members.
Each member of the Board is committed to respect the privacy of others, and to not publish anyone's real names, addresses, phone numbers, or e-mail address.
8. Technical Support.
This section of the Board allows you to relate concerns you may face with your radio or to offer an answer for the benefit of all to other problems you have personally encountered and have solved.
A few elements are important in order to be able to provide you a quick answer :
Your signature is important, because once filled up it will allow the forum staff to identify your radio with easily.
Don't forget to fill it up on the site : http://www.radionomy.com connecting to your account
Your radio link in your signature must link directly to your radio's Radionomy page.
If you manage additional radios, don't forget to mention witch one is concerned by your topic.
• Elements that must be included in reports –
a. Broadcasting problems
- Precise description of the problem
- Precise time the problem occured
- Concerned track, and also the previous and following ones. (Do a Copy/Paste from the STATS tab of the RMO)
- Excerpt of the planning (CSV Export of your planning)
- Player used (Winamp, WMP, iTunes, etc.)
(It is important to note that all problems have less than 24 hours to be fixed, and that you cannot regenerate your planning after the incident, or we cannot trace the cause of the problem.)
b. RMO management issues
- Precise description of the problem
- Precise time the problem occurred
- Precise file name and type (jingle, podcast, etc...)
- The web browser you were using when you experience the issue,
c. Live streaming issues
Before all reports please check that the answer is not already available in the "Live FAQ".
If you don't find your answer, please provide
- Precise description of the problem (error code or any message)
- Precise time the problem occurred (please check your program logs)
- TCP/IP address (Send it via a PM including your topic link)
- Software used (Sam Broadcaster, Winamp, etc...)
If you can post any screenshots, they can be useful in solving issues.
In any case, we ask you to clearly and coherently answer any supplemental questions from a Modo or an Admin. We are attentive and happy to help you, but sometimes we need your collaboration to make that happen.
Once the issue is solved, please let us know as soon as possible. Your topic will be renamed as [SOLVED] and closed. Your topic will then be able to be used later by other members.
9. Radionomy reserves the right to delete any message for any reason.
We want to remove a minimal amount of messages, but we will take any necessary measures to ensure that the Board remains a welcoming and constructive forum for discussion.
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