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Posting Guidelines

Greetings All!

Here at CompuBlab.com we encourage insightful and wholesome discussion regarding technology issues and also the occasional “off-topic” discuss as well.

Since I had not given much thought as to what to do when people actually wanted to comment or post on this blog, I am developing a set of guidelines that should be quick to read and plain to understand. However, please note the following:

  1. ALL posts on this board are moderated. That is, no post, be it a comment or it’s own original post, is allowed to appear on the blog until a CompuBlab staff member reviewed and approved it. I know this slows down the discussions on the blog, but it is the only sure fire way to ensure quality content and spam-free discussions. I will do all in my power to keep spammers and their like away from posting on this blog.
  2. If you sign up for an account, you will first be given the status of “subscriber,” which allows you to update your profile, but not to post or comment. As soon as a CompuBlab.com staff member reviews your account, you will be upgraded to a “contributor,” which allows you to post your own posts and make comments on other posts (see below regarding moderation of posts). Please be sure to enter your real First and Last Name into your profile. This is a requirement for posting on this board.
  3. As a “contributor,” ALL of your posts are moderated (which means your post does not appear on the blog until a staff member has approved it)
  4. Please note that in order for any of your posts to be approved by the staff you MUST have a valid First and Last name set on your profile.
  5. After some time has passed and you have demonstrated that you are a solid contributor to the blog, you may be given authority by the staff to post without moderation. It is our intention to allow people their own freedom to post as they will here, but that is a privilege to be earned, not a right.
  6. The staff reserves the right to decide who is allowed to post here and who is not.

Out goal here is to provide a quality blog and a pleasant online experience.

I will in the coming days codify these thoughts into an official policy that will be posted on the blog. I also invite your comments and suggestions (use the feedback form on the Contact Us page).

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