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Capellini wrote:Please be aware, I don't care how many posts you have or how long you've been a member, of if you've never been in trouble here before.
SPAMMING IS AGAINST THE RULES FOR EVERYONE.
This includes inane posts to boost your post count, bumping old threads, spreading a link in multiple threads, or any other activity which contributes nothing substantive and serves only to disrupt the community.
I WILL PERSONALLY BAN ANYONE WHO DOES THIS SHIT. AND I WILL ENJOY IT!!!
In fact, I will enjoy it so much, you won't even get a warning, or a chance to redeem yourself. You'll just show up and find your account gone. And if you re-register under a new screen name, I'll ban you again.
So stop it, all of you have have done it, and any of you who were contemplating it for the future.
thelastpirate wrote:Does this include the rant, rave and misbehave folder?
lordpunkmonk wrote:I have a feeling she is reffering to me
Rainswept wrote:This isn't a complicated issue guys. We all know when we're posting for a reason and when we're spamming, which has always been against the rules that everyone has been asked to read before they ever make a post.
No one wants it to be an issue, and I don't expect it will be. This announcement is a response to a few recent incidents of pretty overboard spamming, to the point where it's impossible to make a case that someone wasn't completely disregarding the "no spamming" and "Make a substantive post" rules.
Clearly a reminder was needed, and that's what this is. Use your own discretionary judgement and you'll be fine. This is a case where you really have to go out of your way looking for trouble.
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