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 Because of the nature of the ideas proposed in this site, it's necessary for content to be regularly moderate to ensure quality and consistency. Here's why: Because of the nature of the ideas proposed in this site, it's necessary for content to be regularly moderate to ensure quality and consistency. Here's why:
  
-We are proposing something that hasn't been done before or tested at scale, so some content will inevitably be speculative or opinion-based. I would ask all contributors to please make every effort to substantiate their opinions with relatable concepts. (eg. Tell us why you think it will work and/or how it worked before)+We are proposing something that hasn't been done before or tested at scale, so some content will inevitably be speculative or opinion-based. I would ask all contributors to please make every effort to substantiate their opinions with relatable concepts ​where possible. Tell us why you think it will work and/or how it worked before.
  
 It is not uncommon for enthusiastic followers of this train of thought to base their ideas on unrealistic strategies or emotive responses. (For example, "Jail the 1%!") This can damage the site's credibility. Please focus on positive, actionable solutions only. It is not uncommon for enthusiastic followers of this train of thought to base their ideas on unrealistic strategies or emotive responses. (For example, "Jail the 1%!") This can damage the site's credibility. Please focus on positive, actionable solutions only.
community_guidelines.txt · Last modified: 2019/09/15 12:57 by freeworlder