We develop the Code of Conduct that will helps build a community that is rooted in kindness, collaboration, and mutual respect.
Whether you’ve come to ask questions or to generously share what you know, join us in building a community where all people feel welcome and can participate, regardless of expertise or identity.
We commit to enforcing and improving the Code of Conduct.
Most of the people will go to the forum when they want to get help. If you are one of those, please make sure you ask clear and quality questions on this forum. It makes others easy to understand the problem you face and help you out.
There are also people who are volunteers to help others. You are so much welcome, please be patient and offer support if you see someone struggling or otherwise in need of help.
- When asking or answering questions, the content must be clear and constructive.
- Be kind and friendly.
- Helping each other
- No unfriendly/hurtful language or subtle put-downs.
- No name-calling or personal attacks.
- No bigotry
- No harassment.
- No spamming
- No illegal topics, contents, activities, and events
- No politics, religion or any other topics that could be considered a slippery slope.
- Avoid sarcasm and be careful with jokes
Everyone is here to learn and share their knowledge. Be respectful even you disagree with someone. Avoid making the discussions into arguments, just being kind and give a constructive feedback to your peers.
It’s a big challenge to manage a large forum since it’s growing. If you find someone who is posting unacceptable behavior to you or others. Please flag the harmful content to let our moderators know. A forum is a form of a group of people, please be kind and respect each other.
If you don’t know how to report an offending content, please view the video below.
If you have any questions regarding the code of conducts, please send an email to our support at [email protected]