TECH Policy - Discord Rules v2 on The Technical Board

: Posted by Fleet Captain Thomas Bates in TECH Policy - IRC Rules v1
: The official Internet Relay Chat room of star-fleet.com is #star-fleet on the Sorcery IRC Server (irc.sorcery.net).
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: There are basic rules of conduct in the room, which falls under TECH’s purview.
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: * The room is PG-13, and excessive profanity is not allowed. Warnings will be issued by IRC Operators.
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: * Discussions that reach the point of being inflammatory shall be discontinued. Any topic (PG-13) is up for discussion, but keep it civil.
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: * IRC Operators are chosen by TECH, but those choices don’t require a vote. If you are an Op, don’t consider the status permanent. The needs of the channel shift and flow, we don’t always need a ton of ops.
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: * Anyone is entitled to PM any channel operator to request a subject change if a conversation burges into controversial territory such as religion, politics, sex, etc.
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: * With that said, IRC is not the place to be ultrasensitive, and we will not always demand a subject change just because someone asks for one.
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: * Rulings by IRC Operators are final, and they are not to be questioned publicly. If you have a complaint, you can speak to a member of TECH.
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: * Any complaints about IRC Ops or IRC conduct must go through TECH. If your complaint pertains to a member of TECH, you may find a separate member. If your complaint lies with the entirety of TECH, it may be submitted to the OOP.

Additional Rule:

* Do not abuse the @everyone and @here Discord Commands, or abuse the @mention system. Example, specifically calling out users by their name such as "@Thomas <message>" sends alerts to people's phones and makes a noise on their computer. Repeated abuse of this will see this functionality stripped and/or have you banned from the server.

* Do not propogate spam throughout the server, whether in the main channels or in the form of PMs. Repeatedly doing so is a bannable offense.

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