I wouldn’t call it special treatment, but since most laws that protect people on the internet are aimed at younger groups, it’s generally acceptable for an adult to share their personal information. However, most adults that have been on this forum in the past have still abided by the general forum rules out of respect and to avoid confusion.
“Most” not all first of all
And 2nd y’all act like kids can’t be mature
If I was let’s say… RyansToysReviews would I be able to say that
This is a question
Kids can be mature. In fact, it’s very mature to be able to keep a civil discussion with others, like people do here. It’s mostly a question of protection, And also, sharing personal information is not really relevant in a forum where the context is to discuss Hopscotch.
This! I really wish more posts were about discussing Hopscotch; it would make reading the latest posts more informative.
But while we're on it, in this somewhat meta topic ...
I’m not a lawyer, but I think it would absolutely be within a Leader’s authority to stop even adults from posting personal information, and I would hope they wouldn’t hesitate to delete offending posts. Being a guest in HSF house means you play by HSF rules, and that trumps whatever rights you have outside the HSF house from being an adult or otherwise. HSF is not a social media site, but even if it were, there’s no absolute “freedom of expression”: by participating in the site you are agreeing to play by its rules (aka terms of service). HSF has rules to protect kids, and HSF can decide that the best way to protect kids is to prohibit sharing personal information, from every single one of us.
I would never
oops I bumped it so bad
uhhhhh nope totally didn’t do that
Why does this sound both like a lie and a truth
because it is
I’ve name called but every time it’s always in a good way…
no matter name-calling is a good or bad way, this is not allowed. Joking online is not the same thing as joking in real life. People can easily misunderstand your intentions
(and i’m just giving a message, this isn’t only for you)
Which is why it’s best either to avoid things that may come across as rude (always reread your post to double check) or to include tone tags :))
That’s perfectly okay! Sometimes, it’s good to bump a topic, especially if it’s still relevant (can still be used, which this topic definitely can)
What does non exhaustive mean
examining, including, or considering all elements or aspects
You’re really smart thanks. Are you older than ms
No I googled it, but thanks anyway. I Am not.
Oh okay. That’s kind of sad but whatever.
If I have a website with my creations on it, can I share it here? Im working on a python script that works with hopscotch and I am putting it up on my website when it’s done
Thanks for asking beforehand! It depends. If your website is hosted via any of these sites:
and meets the following criteria:
- only contains information and content related to your Hopscotch account/only content related to Hopscotch in general
- does not include any ways to comment or interact with/leave messages to you or anyone else using the site
- does not link to any ways to contact you outside the forum or contains other personal identifiable information
- does not contain content that breaks any of the community guidelines.
This means that you can also share the Python script on GitHub or Gitlab, but those accounts shouldn’t have any other projects that you’ve made outside Hopscotch on them. You can even post about the script here on the forum too! There’s a topic here.
OK I’ll use GitHub to share it here but can I still put it on my website without linking it here?