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Forum Rules of Engagement
Last Post 03 Mar 2016 10:52 AM by Steven Zachary. 2 Replies.
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David Starr
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David Starr

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11 Jul 2012 02:51 AM
    Failure to observe the following may result in your posting privileges being suspended.

    1. Be respectful of others.
    2. Go easy on the foul language.
    3. No spam. Don't be petty about what SPAM is, you know what it means.
    4. No advertising of products or services. And don't be petty about what "products and services" are. Serve the spirit of the rule.
    5. No posting Scrum.org assessment questions and answers on the Scrum.org forums. Instead, we encourage asking questions to foster discussion that enhance your understanding of Scrum.
    Gunther Verheyen
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    Gunther Verheyen

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    18 Jul 2012 07:03 AM
    Obvious rules. I like how you don't over-complicate it by clearly referring to the spirit of the rule.

    Thanks for setting up these forums. They will do good for the communities.
    Steven Zachary
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    Steven Zachary

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    03 Mar 2016 10:52 AM
    There is a lot to be said about simplicity in form rules, well done.
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