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UPDATED Parents' Group Guidelines 16 Feb 06
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Posted 16 February 2006 - 04:31 PM
Hi All, I am Bel, and I am sure you are all aware that I am your Moderator. Please feel free to contact me if you need anything!
Here are the few guidelines that we ask all participants in the Parents Groups to Follow:
1. New threads will only be started ONCE a day. I generally lock them at 40 or so posts. I have incorporated a LINK TO PREVIOUS THREAD feature, so if you want to say something important, you can do so near the end of threads, as it is up to each member to go back and read previous threads!
2. New threads in this forum are started only by moderators and administrators.
3. ALL other Guidelines apply in these groups which apply on the rest of the Forum. Please go to this link for more information if you require it: (will find link)
4. Please refrain from ANY form of swearing in the Parents Groups if possible. There should be no need to swear in this environment. Please realise that these are open forums, and anybody can read these threads. For the benefit of members in YOUR group, the wider EB community, and even 'non-members' who may want to join. Please refrain from swearing or using coarse language.
5. As you are aware, many member do not deliver their precious babies on their due date, as such some members may wish to move to a Parenting Group which is in fact different to their Due In Group.
Some members may continue to post in their follow on Parent Group and the Parent Group for the month they actually delivered.
Please respect each members right to chose which group they now wish to be a part of, as in the end it is important for each member to receive the support and friendship of who ever they chose.
If anybody has issues with the above, or if you want to report swearing (in confidence) please contact me.
Thank you for your consideration.
If you have any urgent problems that you have noticed in the threads please email a Moderator.
Lastly, I just ask that everyone be considerate. Some people have very slow connections, and wading through hundreds of posts each day is just not practical.
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