C9 Section Rules | 1/1/2015
NOTE: Rules below can change without warning. Please check them at least once per month to see if there are updates.
In addition to these rules, RaGEZONE Forum Rules
apply. Make sure you read those too.
Topic sections (sub-forums):
These are where you need to post most of your topics.
These rules are specifically for this C9 forum, please follow them to keep the section clean and professional so we can all easily learn and grow together in the C9 section without confusion, :).
What you should NOT post
- C9 Developments - Any Alpha/Beta or testing release. If it is Alpha, Beta or another level of development, use  tags at the start of the topic title. For example, [Alpha] for an Alpha development release.
- C9 Releases - Any release which is finished. Don't ask for help UNLESS you have made a help topic and no-one has posted there in two weeks. Then you can make one post with a link to your help request to ask people again, in case they didn't see it. In another two weeks, you can post another, then another two weeks, etc. Also follow the Releases post template.
- C9 Tutorials - Any guides or tutorials. Can be text or video.
- C9 Help - Any help questions you have. For best help, describe your problem with lots of detail, such as how the problem happened. To make it easier for helpers to assist you, provide a link to any thread you are needing help with, for example, server files. Also, screenshots or videos of the problem are very helpful too.
- Read RaGEZONE Forum Rules
, AND the following:
- Don't make one post just saying 'thank you', click Like instead. If you have extra information or things you want to say extra in a post, then you can say 'thank you' and then add all your extra information in that one post.
- NEVER abuse people asking questions you think are bad/silly/noob. We all start learning at some place, support people and be nice, :). Feel free to tell them to use the Search function, or if you want to be REALLY nice, give them a link to a post or thread that answers their question.
- Don't ask for releases. They will come when ready.
If we all work together, the whole community benefits! Let's follow the rules, keep everything clean and organised, and everyone will learn easily for years because of all of us.
If you break these rules, you might get a forum Infraction. This is similar to a Warning. If you get 3 of them you will receive a temporary forum ban. If you keep breaking the rules a Super Moderator will review your posts which can result in more severe penalties.
Thanks for reading and following these rules and the main forum rules, keep up the good work everyone, I will see you in the C9 forums!