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|Author:||n1tr0 [ Sat Feb 26, 2005 12:17 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Look Before you POST. most posts do NOT go in General..|
if you are new to teamswift, please read this thread first.
as much as we want to hear from new members, please take the time to go over the rules first, ignorance is never an excuse.
Please pay attention to the topic of your messages, and check that you are posting it in the appropriate section (or it may be deleted).
It is almost never appropriate to send the same message to two forums. This clutters up the forum with unnessessary posts (or all your posts may be deleted).
In the body of your message, please use complete sentences and words, and make sure proper spelling and punctuation is observed. DO NOT USE SMS LINGO. This is the most important part of how you appear to others on the forum, and you will get a lot more respect from users if you take the time to write your posts correctly, proper english is the language of this forum.
Search the forums before you post your topic. Your question or comment may have already been discussed, answered, or resolved. If you find a good thread and it leaves some unanswered questions, continue the thread rather then creating a new one.
Please avoid asking questions that could be answered by doing a little research on your own part. Do not rely on forum users to supply you with all the answers on a plate. This will also avoid your post being flamed.
Be patient. All the participants of this forum are using the forum and participating in discussions on their own time. If your question is not answered immediately, do not clutter up the forum by "bumping" topics unnessessarily.
Give feedback. If someone helps you by answering your question, try to add a follow-up response letting them know if it worked or not.
Create a concise subject that adequately summarizes your topic. For example: "Engine troubles " rather than "I need help."
Write a well worded question and description.. Be descriptive donâ€™t ask for help by saying my car makes a â€œblahâ€ noise when I drive it, give the best possible explanation you can. It will also help people replying answer you more accurately.
Read other's posts CAREFULLY before you reply. This will avoid replying with incorrect information.
If someone asks a question, and you are not confident you know the answer, then refrain from posting and let a more qualified person answer it. This is especially important with regards to technical enquiries, as any incorrect information you post may cause harm or injury to others.
|Author:||zukiturbo [ Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:57 am ]|
I think this should go for anyone . Dont you?
Example: some of the older swift guys ragging on some of the younger swift guy .
|Author:||n1tr0 [ Sun Feb 27, 2005 8:55 pm ]|
sometimes when older guys sound like they're ragging on younger guys, it's called being an ass, othertimes it's called smartening them up.
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