@IDLfamily chat rules
12/12/2019
v. 001

Goals and objectives of the chat: discussion of topics related to the development of projects included in the IDL ecosystem, such as: technologies, markets, products, ways to use, updates, proposals for the development of functionality.

Chat rules:

  • 1. Language and communication standards.
    • 1.1. The language of the chat is English, all comments/questions must be in English.
    • 1.2. Norms of communication comply with the standards adopted in English print media, as well as news and television portals.
      • 1.2.1. Curse words are forbidden.
      • 1.2.2. Offensive language to the interlocutor is prohibited (on any basis - for example, ethnic, religious, etc. and also without it).
      • 1.2.3. It is also forbidden to use curse words and offensive language against the administration and members of the project team.
      • 1.2.4. Accusations of anything against anyone are prohibited, with the exception of the cases specified in paragraph 7.3.
  • 2. Advertising.
    • 2.1. Explicit and implicit advertising is prohibited in relation to any goods and services not related to services built on the basis of the IDL platform.
      • 2.1.1. The judgment of whether the post is an implicit advertisement is carried out by the Administration.
    • 2.2. Advertising services with IDL using is allowed with the permission of the administration. In order to obtain permission from the administration, see paragraph 7.1.
  • 3. Security and fraud protection.
    • 3.1. The chat was created to discuss issues related to the IDL ecosystem - accordingly, it must maintain a high standard of information security, therefore it is prohibited:
      • 3.1.1. The publication of crypto wallets of any platforms. (Bitcoin, Ether, IDL).
      • 3.1.2. Publication of private keys.
      • 3.1.3. Publication of user emails.
      • 3.1.4. Publication of personal data.
    • 3.2. If in order to resolve any controversial or problematic situation you need to transfer information about the wallet or email, use the procedure established in paragraph 7.1.
  • 4. External links and attachments.
    • 4.1. It is forbidden to publish external links to any resources not related to the IDL ecosystem (with the exception of those specified in paragraph 3.1).
    • 4.2. The following files are not allowed:
      • 4.2.1. Publication of graphic or text files containing the information specified in paragraph 3 (in case you want to warn the community about alleged fraudulent actions, see paragraph 7.1 of the rules)
      • 4.2.2. Publication of offensive graphic files.
      • 4.2.3. Publication of text or graphic files containing statements in a language other than the chat language.
  • 5. Offtop and spam.
  • 6. Comments on the ecosystem and ecosystem projects (IDL, Silentnotary, Ubikiri, Cryptotribunal, etc.) We welcome constructive comments and criticism expressed by our users. We listen to it and will try to take it into account. This feedback is extremely important for us, so we require users to adhere to the following rules:
    • 6.1. The post may be evaluative in nature, however, if it is negative, a proposal should be made to improve the service or function or some parameter.
    • 6.2. Posts related to the detection of any vulnerabilities in services or platforms must be sent strictly to the chat administration (see p 7.1)
    • 6.3. Posts related to the answer to the question of chat users. If you know the answer to a question asked by other users, we will be glad if you give it, but it is forbidden in our chat:
      • 6.3.1. Mislead a user.
      • 6.3.2. Comment or rate the person asking the question.
      • 6.3.3. Provide general comments regarding the response of the Administration or other users (if you do not agree, you can ask your question or give your own answer to the original question)
      • 6.3.4. Posts related to price manipulation of any crypto assets are prohibited as well.
  • 7. Interaction with the Administration and the Team.
    • 7.2. To interact with the Chat Administration, you can use the following email: team@idledgers.com. This is an official interaction email, personal correspondence and chats are not considered as such. If it seems to you that the Administrator has not applied the corrective measures in your opinion, you can file a complaint about his actions, see paragraph 7.2.3.
      • 7.2.1. Proposals for the development of services and platforms.
      • 7.2.2. Questions on the development of services and platforms, as well as technical issues related to the topic of chat.
      • 7.2.3. Complaints against Administrators are submitted by email: team@idledgers.com. (in the email you must indicate your nickname in the telegram, as well as all the measures that have been applied to you).
      • 7.2.4. Applying for personal correspondence with team members is undesirable. And can be regarded as spam.
    • 7.3. Fraudulent activities reporting, as well as complaints about other users, is accepted by email:team@idledgers.com
  • 8. Measures and methods of the Administration's response to violation of the rules.
    • 8.1. The first measure of impact by the Administration is a warning. The user who violated the rules will be warned, the warning should contain a link to the paragraph of the rules that the user violated. You can remove a warning in accordance with paragraph 7.2.3.
    • 8.2. When a violating the rule post appears, it is deleted by the Administration. Moreover, the Administration may transfer it to the thematic group of the project if considers it as an appropriate one.
    • 8.3. In case of repeated violation of the Rules, the user will be removed from the chat, removal of the user from other chat rooms remains at the discretion of the administration. In this case, for violation of the following paragraphs of the Rules (1.2.3, 2.1, 3.1, 3.2),the user is immediately removed. Without issuing a warning.
  • 9. Introduction and amendment, publication of the Rules.
    • 9.1. The rules for communicating on IDL channels are public in nature and published on idledgers.com/rules.
    • 9.2. The rules are valid from the moment of their publication.
    • 9.3. Published rules contain the version and date of publication.