Re: clear posting guidelines
[quote author=linashley27 link=topic=178762.msg3779606#msg3779606 date=1283155763]
I am a bit perplexed by what types of posts are considered acceptable by the moderators here. Several of my comments were seemingly randomly deleted and at other times I am muted without reason. I never intended for my comments to be inflammatory and I certainly do not wish to antagonize the moderators and board members further, and thus I think it would be very helpful if clear guidelines are given indicating what is acceptable and not acceptable in posts... Is this possible?
Just be yourself, be cool and be courteous for a while. You are a noob on a forum where many of us have been here for quite a while. To be part of this community is to fit in. It is not the job of the community to adapt to you. The community WILL adapt to you in time. Whether it be dry wit, sarcasm or whatever the community will learn of it and accept as who you are and you will just be another aspect of the community. By all means avoid conflict, avoid derogatory remarks and you will likely not get flamed. If someone has an engine problem, you don't want to say: "well I thought the duratec was a pos"...not a good conversation starter. Do you see what I mean?
I've been here over 3 years and NEVER had harsh words with anyone. You may see harsh words in my post and those who reply but we have been around long enough to know it is a joke or someone messing around. There is a difference.
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