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posticon C/J/K Dramas in California: Rules **EVERYONE MUST READ**


C/J/K Dramas in California: Rules


Okay, every growing message board should have a standard set of rules for everyone to live by, and here they are. Creidesca or Triple Lei, or No Rest, if you guys, as the other moderator and the administrator, feel that anything here should be changed, please feel free to go ahead and edit it, with or without letting me know. Also, if someone wants to add something or feels something is not fair, please post it here, and we'll discuss it and see if we shoul dadd it to the rules.

Okay, here we go.

Rule 1: The skeleton rule, no spamming. Don't post one sentence answers, and if someone asks a question, IE, "What's the largest Buddhist sect in Japan", don't answer, "I don't know", only answer if you know. Also, don't post one sentence answers, just to get your post count high.

Rule 2: As creidesca has already noted, when posting about a drama, make sure you specify what country the drama came from, IE, if you want to post something about True Love, don't post "True Love" as the message subject, make sure you specify what kind of drama it is, IE, True Love came from Taiwan so write "T-Drama: True Love".

Rule 3: Make sure that everything goes in the correct forum. Don't post something about a Japanese drama in the Chinese drama forum, or something regarding your school in the J-Drama forum. Make sure everything goes in the correct forum.

Rule 4: No flaming, or for those of you who don't know what it is, it means no teasing, or making fun of each other. I have noticed some people being a little rude to each other, not very mean, but just something little, like being sarcastic or something of that genre. Whatever the case, we want everyone here to have an enjoyable experience here, and so no teasing, flaming, or bashing allowed.

Rule 5: So far, we have been pretty good. There have been no spammy posts (unlike the Pokemon message board, where spammers made up 75% of the population) but as our message board is growing, we may get some. So, basically, the mods and admins have the right to ban somebody if they have spammed or bashed someone numerous times, but we will always give the spammers a few chances before we ban them. Of course, when we do ban, we have to get the consent of each other.

Well, that's basically it. If you have any questions, please contact me, Triple Lei, or creidesca.

I am online every day unless I am out, or am I busy. My screen name is HanadaTattsu, so if you have any questions just instant message me, or if I'm not online, you can just PM me here or e-mail me at HanadaTattsu@aol.com, I check my PMs and my e-mails daily.

If creidesca, No Rest, and Triple Lei want, they can post their contacts here as well.

Well, have fun, and follow the rules! emoticon

P.S - The following moderators specialize in the follwing areas. We all moderate all forums, but we specialize in these areas -


CREIDESCA (ADMIN) - All Dramas

Triple Lei - Chinese & Taiwanese Dramas
Hiroshi 66 - Japanese Dramas
No Rest - South Korean Dramas

WE are not restricted to modding these forums, we mod all forums, but we are mostly into these.

Last edited by Hiroshi66, 3/31/2004, 9:53 am


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Re: C/J/K Dramas in California: Rules **EVERYONE MUST READ**


So no rest says there is to be no double posting (on the K-board) . . . I don't see that in the rules.

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Re: C/J/K Dramas in California: Rules **EVERYONE MUST READ**


If No Rest wishes to add it, let him do so. He can edit my post. But then again, I don't go to the Korean forum, so I don't know what goes on there.
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posticon Runboard notice: Reminder to Users Regarding Discussion of Illegal Download


emoticon Originally posted by Runboard global admin Addi:classblockquoteDiscussion of illegally downloaded programs, movies, music, etc. is prohibited on Runboards.

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A key rule is that you must not post unprotected spoilers for episodes that have not yet aired in California.

From the Jargon file:classblockquoten. [Usenet] 1. A remark which reveals important plot
elements from books or movies, thus denying the reader (of the
article) the proper suspense when reading the book or watching the
movie. 2. Any remark which telegraphs the solution of a problem or
puzzle, thus denying the reader the pleasure of working out the
correct answer (see also interesting). Either sense readily forms
compounds like `total spoiler', `quasi-spoiler' and even
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various tricks that the answer appears only after several
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rot13, spoiler space or some combination of these techniques.
Speculation is fine. And once an episode has aired in either Northern or Southern California, it is fair game for all discussion.

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posticon Official policies - what is and what isn't allowed on Runboard


classblockquoteThor wrote:

This topic may be subject to modifications - additions, substractions and maybe even more algebra.

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- Adult material, as in "Sexually explicit pictures, writing, movies or other material whose primary purpose is to cause sexual arousal.". This obviously includes child pornography.

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