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Teamos Netiquette - Attention Everyone!

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    What is Netiquette?

    Simply stated, it's network etiquette - a set of rules for behaving properly online.


    Each community has its own culture. When you enter any new culture you're liable to commit a few social blunders. You might offend people without meaning to. Or you might misunderstand what others say and take offence when it's not intended. It is easy to forget that there is a person at the end of every computer. This is to help newbies and regular members to navigate our community following the Golden Rule of respect, ethics and tolerance.

    1: REMEMBER THE HUMAN

    Treat people how you expect to be treated yourself. Imagine how you'd feel if you were in the other person's shoes. Stand up for yourself, but try not to hurt people's feelings. In cyberspace, we state this in an even more basic manner: Remember the human. You don't have the opportunity to use facial expressions, gestures, and tone of voice to communicate your meaning. When you're holding a conversation online -- whether it's a Personal Message exchange or a response to a discussion group posting -- it's easy to misinterpret your correspondent's meaning. And it's frighteningly easy to forget that your correspondent is a person with feelings more or less like your own.

    2: BEHAVE ONLINE AS YOU WOULD IN REAL LIFE

    Be ethical Don't believe anyone who says, "The only ethics out there are what you can get away with." Standards of behaviour may be different in some areas of cyberspace, but they are not lower than in real life.

    3: KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN CYBERSPACE

    What's perfectly acceptable in one area or community may be dreadfully rude in another. For example cussing on a family friendly site. Nudity, Giving spoilers on tv/movies sites. And because Netiquette is different in different places, it's important to know where you are. Check the rules and terms of service. Biggest advice is to Lurk before you leap. When you enter a domain of cyberspace that's new to you, take a look around. Spend a while listening to the chat or reading the archives. Get a sense of how the people who are already there act. Then go ahead and participate.

    4: RESPECT OTHER PEOPLE'S TIME AND BANDWIDTH

    It's a cliché that people today seem to have less time than ever before, even though (or perhaps because) we sleep less and have more labour-saving devices than our grandparents did. When you send a PM or post to a discussion group, you're taking up other people's time (or hoping to). It's your responsibility to ensure that the time they spend reading your posting isn't wasted. Give people time to respond, whether it is in the forum or Personal Messages. Many people have different speeds, and more people are busy rather than have a lot of time to spare to respond immediately . You are not the centre of cyberspace.

    5: MAKE YOURSELF LOOK GOOD ONLINE

    Networks -- particularly discussion groups -- let you reach out to people you'd otherwise never meet. And none of them can see you. You won't be judged by the colour of your skin, eyes, or hair, your weight, your age, or your clothing. You will, however, be judged by the quality of your writing. For most people who choose to communicate online, this is an advantage; if they didn't enjoy using the written word, they wouldn't be there. So spelling and grammar do count. Writing in slang, short cut and text messaging abbreviations are not always understood by the broad online audience. Try to use text and wording that best describes your meaning without cutting corners that others may not understand.

    6: SHARE EXPERT KNOWLEDGE

    The reason asking questions online works is that a lot of knowledgeable people are reading the questions. And if even a few of them offer intelligent answers, the sum total of world knowledge increases. So do your part. Despite the long lists of no-no's, you do have something to offer. Don't be afraid to share what you know. But don't be quick to jump on people that offer an answer that you do not agree with.

    7: HELP KEEP FLAME WARS UNDER CONTROL

    "Flaming" is what people do when they express a strongly held opinion without holding back any emotion. It's the kind of message that makes people respond, "Oh come on, tell us how you really feel." Tact is not its objective. Netiquette does forbid the perpetuation of flame wars. If you see or get pulled into a flame war, do the right thing and walk away from a situation rather than participating and keeping the fires going. It's unfair to the other members of the group. And while flame wars can initially be amusing, they get boring very quickly to people who aren't involved in them. They're an unfair monopolization of bandwidth. Speak your mind and walk away, report a situation that can not be resolved rather than flaming the fire .

    8: RESPECT OTHER PEOPLE'S PRIVACY

    Cyberspace should be a safe zone. People that use the internet majority wise want to stay anonymous. Sometimes due to age, location, gender, sex, or just want to be incognito. Depending on the community they are involved on, personal security is paramount for many network users. Asking for personal information like the classic a/s/l or asking for social media information like Facebook and Skype accounts is a serious breach of Netiquette. Never should you ask for intimate details unless you have been invited to, or unless you have reached a relationship with a member that you can freely discuss personal details. If a person says they are not interested in sharing such information, persuading them or harassing them to give such information goes beyond Netiquette and falls under cyber harassment. Read peoples responses and respond to them accordingly and behave online as you would in real life with respect to others.

    9: DON'T ABUSE YOUR POWER

    Some people in cyberspace have more power than others. There are wizards in MUDs (multi-user dungeons), experts in every office, and system administrators in every system. People are promoted to such positions as they have demonstrated they are trustworthy and will uphold the standards set down by wizards, system admins and members alike. In no way is anyone of position to abuse their power. This is a serious Netiquette infraction and will not be tolerated by a community. Such people should be reported and dealt with by system admins. Knowing more than others, or having more power than they do, does not give you the right to take advantage of them.

    10: BE FORGIVING OF OTHER PEOPLE'S MISTAKES

    Golden Rule: Treat Others As You Would Like Them To Treat You.

    Thank you for reading, Respect each other. Look after your community and your community will look after you. Help each other and befriended with your friends, newbies. don't get arrested under your own words so think before type any word. This guide is so true even you can realize each word. So don't just read it, you must follow this guide when ever or where ever you move on internet. God bless all of you!

    This guide taken & collected from friends and it belongs to each & every community site around the world. Thanks to original author & source.

    Regards, TeamOS Staff & TheStrength :hi:
     
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    Heads Up:
    Moved It's Correct Category. Read This Guide, Recommend & Share With Others.
     
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    Yeah.. ;) it should always be Like U said..:cool: RESPECT- NO JUDGEMENT- BE POLITE.
    it's a simple plan to follow...:rock:
     
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    yes it should be like that :)
     
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    Glad to hear that :)
     
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    :wasntme:.................:clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
    Very important....We have to follow these in our life...and so in our time on the web!
     
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    Newbies must read it. :)
     
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    Failure is a pattern.
    Success is a pattern.
    We live all our lives not knowing or let alone understanding the rigid pattern that dictates our lives.
    I agree we must follow - netiquette - this.
    More important is to know that we are bound my the pattern that governs us/World/everything.
    We must manually change our pattern.
    Let's pray for automatic pattern to tilt in our favor.
    Thanks.
     
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    this is no set patterns. order man gives to things gives the illusion of patterns.
     
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    Thank You I will be mindful of this guidance
     
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    These are great words to aspire to. Too many forums out there with ppl just ready to jump down your throat at your first mistake.
     
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    A post about common sense, who would think it could be so simple. Very well written and some truly wonderful advise.
     
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    Should be friendly to everyone
     
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    Noted!
     
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    It's not hard to be polite and nice. And it even costs us nothing!
    Cheers! :hi:
     
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    Respect yo! =)
     
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    I like it!
    Respect and tolerance are the key words. Be polite, show some manners and you have the basic ingredients for the right "mix". ;)
    The nettiquette is my favorite set of rules. Well done.
     
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    LLLLLove the Netiquette. Way to go! Should be more of it going around other sites.
    When I was a Jr. I had " Do unto others as you would they do unto you." pretty much thumped into my unreceptive head.
    Needless to say I came on line with it somewhere in my late 20's when someone adjusted my ass like thinking. I've practiced it since.
     
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