Staffchat Rules

0. Don't be a dick to your fellow staffers nor to users who aren't in this server, no matter how frustrating or how much you feel that they "deserve it." If you couldn't get away with it onsite, you can't get away with it here.

1. This server is not secret, but we expect stuff that's said here to generally stay here. If you port out a conversation, please ask the relevant staffers prior.

2: Staff Channels exist as a record of discussions made in official staff capacity. Following this, comments made in staff work spaces should be preserved in close to their original state, both for recap to work effectively and for back-referencing integrity. Please do not delete or make major edits after a conversation has passed to ensure this is the case. (edited)

3. This server is mainly for bouncing ideas and dealing with pressing issues. Discussing non-sensitive policy, implementation, or any major ideas should be done on 05command.

4. Your nickname shouldn't deviate too much from your wikidot username. We should be able to tell who you are, even if you change your nickname for a joke.

5. Mass pings should be reserved for when a topic applies to a majority of the pinged group, or in an emergency. Include a brief summary of context or reply to the pertinent message for pinged users.

6. Do not discuss staff-related topics in the casual channels and vice-versa, and if such a conversation starts in there, move it to the appropriate channels.

7. Spoiler-tag and content-tag any message with content which could trigger or otherwise harm users, such as discussions of assault or epilepsy-inducing visuals. (Content tagging means writing something like [ASSAULT] or [EPILEPSY] on the appropriate message)

8. Do not spam the bot outside of the designated bot channels.

9. Only one account allowed per staffer, meaning no alt accounts or any shenanigans of the sort.

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