FamilySearch Wiki:Civility and Polite Discourse

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{{Policy}}
 
Rude, insensitive, argumentative, impolite communications are unacceptable in the Wiki community. Written or verbal personal attacks should be reported to administration. Users and contributors should encourage polite behavior in others and report offenders. As a community owned and operated entity, this site and its visitors should be treated with respect and dignity.<br>  
 
Rude, insensitive, argumentative, impolite communications are unacceptable in the Wiki community. Written or verbal personal attacks should be reported to administration. Users and contributors should encourage polite behavior in others and report offenders. As a community owned and operated entity, this site and its visitors should be treated with respect and dignity.<br>  
  
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*The Research Wiki includes links to user's e-mail. Therefore, any discussions conducted through e-mail about the Wiki are governed by the same policy.<br>
  
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{{Policies and guidelines}}

Revision as of 15:22, 20 November 2012

Green check.png This page explains a policy, a widely accepted standard that all contributors should normally follow. Changes made to it should reflect consensus.

Please visit the discussion page to add comments or suggestions for further development of the policy.

Rude, insensitive, argumentative, impolite communications are unacceptable in the Wiki community. Written or verbal personal attacks should be reported to administration. Users and contributors should encourage polite behavior in others and report offenders. As a community owned and operated entity, this site and its visitors should be treated with respect and dignity.

  • The Research Wiki includes links to user's e-mail. Therefore, any discussions conducted through e-mail about the Wiki are governed by the same policy.