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PostSubject: Instructions and Netiquette   Instructions and Netiquette Icon_minipostedThu Aug 07, 2008 5:48 pm


To begin your participation as a stakeholder and register to the EcoLogo Standards Development Forum:

Send a request to forums@ecologo.org and specify your name (first and last name), explain your interest and indicate your affiliation and the EcoLogo standard name or CCD number.

Go on the following http://ecologo.forumactif.com and register an account; for the username please use first initial and full last name.

Once you have registered, the forum administrator will assign you to a specific forum category (i.e. discussion usergroup according to the request above) and grant you privileges to read and write comments in the the various forum threads.

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Netiquette: Good Forum Etiquette

An important term that you should be aware of and know about is "netiquette". This term is a contraction of Internet etiquette, and it's really the etiquette guidelines for posting messages to online services. Netiquette covers not only rules to maintain civility in discussions (i.e., avoiding flames), but also special guidelines unique to the electronic nature of forum messages.

Netiquette is enforced by the forum administrator. Please be aware of the following:

* Do Stay On Topic. Many people use forums for knowledge gathering as well as social interactions. Forum posts and threads can be read by hundreds or thousands of users, and as such it's important to read the topic of a particular discussion and keep your posts related to that topic. If you are looking for general chat and comments, look in the forums for an off-topic discussion area.

* Don't Be A Troll. A "troll" is a person who breaks netiquette on a regular basis by posted inflammatory messages (called a flame) when responding to other users in the forums. Trolls are also users who will find older flame-filled threads on a forum and reply to them just to get users worked up again.

* Do Turn That Caps Lock Key Off. When you type a post in all capital letters you are going to annoy other forum users. Capital letters are viewed as shouting when communicating online, and its considered rude to do.

* Don't Double Post. When using Internet forums it annoys other users when you post the same message more than once, in more than on discussion thread. If you make a post and no one replies, then leave it at that. Reposting the same message or slightly edited versions of the same message will not earn you any respect from other forum users, and in fact it may earn you warnings from the moderator.

* Do Search Before Posting. Before posting a question or asking for help on a particular topic, do use the forum search option to make sure this question has not already been asked and answered by other users. Even if your question does not appear in the thread list, it may still be available as an archived topic in the forum.[url][/url]
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