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Improve Scripting Comment Policy
If a comment…
- is unfriendly or impolite to the author of the post or any other commenter
- advocates an illegal practice
- uses vulgar, profane, or unnecessarily harsh language
- is spam or appears to be written primarily to post a link or advertise
- infringes on the rights of another
- is written anonymously
- contains copyrighted material not licensed for distribution on the site
- impersonates another user
- is off-topic
…the comment may be deleted by Improve Scripting staff or authorized volunteer moderators. The deletion of comments is wholly within the discretion of the volunteer moderator or Improve Scripting employees, and their decision will not be reconsidered.
But What If I Disagree With Someone?
Great! The whole purpose of allowing comments here is to allow coding-types to share their opinions and knowledge. Please speak up if you disagree with the author of a post or another commenter; HOWEVER, you must be polite and you must be friendly.
Look through the site and you’ll see that there are lots of comments disagreeing with the author or another commenter. We welcome those comments! But if a commenter disagrees and does so in an impolite or unfriendly way…. you guessed it! The comment will be deleted.
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