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Forum Rules
« on: October 23, 2006, 12:12:23 PM »
I had hoped that we would not need to make an forum rules, but there are some things that need to be set down.

Everyone is welcome in this forum. It was created as a home for Team RTF, and a place for the Brisbane/Australia/Global Bemani community to chat.

While you are here, you will show respect to all other posters, and any individuals within the Bemani community. Remember that what you say here reflects on the whole community, and especially Team RTF.

Please do not make any inappropriate racial comments.

Personal issues should remain personal. You may use the Personal Messages function, but please keep any arguments of a personal nature outside of the forum.

If you show that you cannot be trusted to post to these forums you will be:
1) Sent a warning via Personal Message
2) Given restricted access to the forum
3) Banned from the forum

Moderators and Administrators will delete inappropriate messages as they see fit. Deletion is logged, so if you believe a message was deleted unfairly, the Moderator can be questioned.

Please guys, just try to have fun together. That's what Team RTF is about.
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Re: Forum Rules
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2007, 11:05:04 AM »
An additional note to this: Please keep swearing and adult themes to a minimum.

There is an optional swear-filter in place which registered members are free to opt-out of, but this doesn't protect all content.

While the majority of us are now adults, this board is here for the larger community to access, which includes teenagers or younger, and parents may not appreciate us corrupting their children.
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