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    Some things in Moderation

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    I have noticed an increase in squabbling and bickering in the Professional forums of late.

    I am not amused.

    I do not care who starts the squabbling. I will finish it by banning all participants. The more persistant the squabbling the longer the ban.

    Feel free to disagree and correct but please show respect for all posters on these forums.

    I hope I've made myself clear.

    PS. this includes swearing. Beating the swear-filter is also a no-no.

    I don't care if your office resembles a pub full of Glaswegian truckers. Don't do it here...

    If you want to swear, do it in General.

    (And this include making non-contributory hectoring/insulting comments - keep that kind of thing in General too).

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    Respect my authoritah!

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    There have been a few instances of the rep system being used to abuse forum members. The rules that apply to posts in the professional forum now also apply to rep given in connection with those posts: i.e. show respect
    --drunk on abuse of power--

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    Some things in Moderation

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    Also, harassment via PMs will not be tolerated either. PMs are invisible to Mods so we can't stop something we're not aware of. Forward any PMs to Mods and Admin and we'll deal with it.

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