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|Author:||francesn [ 16 May 2007, 12:55 ]|
I'd just like to remind members of a rule that hasn't been publicised since the Great Hacking™. This might be new to some of the more recent members, so read carefully.
Please do not spree. Spreeing is posting two or more posts directly in succession in the same thread. This is for two reasons. Firstly, it is difficult to follow a thread where someone is spreeing and secondly, posting solely to increase post count is discouraged and spreeing can often be a symptom of this.
If you think of further detail that you want to add to your post, you should edit it instead of adding a new post. You can do this by clicking on the "edit" button above it (beside the date). If you feel that your information is very important and you would like to draw attention to it, you may delete the post and repost it with the new information - this way the orange tags will reappear.
Exceptions to this rule: if a week or more has elapsed from the previous post; after an unusually long section of drabble.
This is particularly important in this forum and specifically in the Games threads. Part of the point of these games is to take turns. To ensure fair play, please ask only one question or make one guess per post.
*Fran with Mod hat on*
|Author:||Lottie [ 24 Jul 2021, 01:59 ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Spreeing|
This is particularly important in this forum and specifically in the Games threads. Part of the point of these games is to take turns. To ensure fair play, please ask only one question or make one guess per post.*Fran with Mod hat on*
I'd add to this that it's probably better to let more than one person have a go after you've posted unless there has been a long interval.
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