So, I’ve seen a lot of topics or posts from new forumers that are off topic or can be considered spam. I think that we ought to fix this by simply laying out guidelines for what and what not to post.
What to make topics about:
Make topics about coding, including coding tutorials and collabs. Be sure to search before you post if you’re going to make a topic about a question that you have. If you’re going to chat a lot, make a general topic. People use general topics when they want to chat about stuff not related to coding or creativity, or when they have a minor question.
What not to make topics about:
Do not make art topics outside of the official art topic. There is only one art topic, and you will get a lot more publicity if you post there, as well as keeping the forum from getting cloggged with art topics. Also, as I said before, search before you post. Don’t make lots of topics in one day. Try to keep your maximum to two or three, and make sure to chat, give shoutouts, and ask minor questions at your general topic, if you have one.
What to post and what not to post in replies to topics:
Always stay on topic. If you have a non related question, ask it somewhere else. Don’t spam a topic by posting repeatedly, you can always quote posts and reply to multiple people in one post.
Hopefully this helps you guys figure out what and what not to post! Reply with your comments or additional suggestions below