I just thought we all could use a friendly reminder about behavior on the forum.
I want to discuss making topics. We don't want to start any bot wars, and it is annoying to make a topic only to get it closed. When you make your topic, think "Will this topic help someone? Will it have a positive affect? What does it have to do with Hopscotch?"
This also applies for posts. Think how your post will benefit the conversation. And if you see something you don't like, don't get into a flame war. (I am guilty of doing that) You can politely state your beliefs/thoughts on the matter. If it is something you really don't like, just go. Mute the topic and go. But honestly, if we stayed on topic more, the flame wars wouldn't start as often. I know it is very hard to be on topic, but try your best.
Forgiveness. All people make mistakes. We can't judge Hopscotchers; we barely know anything about them. For example, Here is a fake discussion.
Me: I don't like Bob because he is mean on the forum.
That is not ok for me to say because first of all it is mean. Would you want someone to say that to you? Second of all, I have never even met Bob. I don't know what he is like other what he seems like on the forum.
Next thing: Staying appropriate: No matter how mad you are, swearing is not ok. There are millions of words to use, why use the mean, inappropriate ones?
This was just a friendly reminder about behavior on the fourm. Have a nice day!
Including the tag list because I think everyone should see this. Is topic ok to use a tag list for, or are tag lists just used when asking a question?
If anyone has any other things they want me to add about behavior on the forum, just comment below.