Published on October 18th, 2010 | by rubyskyepi5
Comment on Our Comment Policy
One week from today, when Ruby Skye P.I.: The Spam Scam launches, we’ll also be launching our new site. And it’s going to be fabulous!
As we’re getting it ready we have to prepare some policies about how people can use the site and what our responsibilities are to the audience.
I’m getting four documents ready:
- A comment policy
- An advertising policy
- A web safety policy.
I will be sharing them here as I draft them, so that you can feed in.
rubyskyepi.com is meant for kids so we want everything to be clear and easy to read. We want the site to be a safe environment that parents, teachers, librarians and other adults feel good about recommending to kids. That’s why we are publishing these policies in advance. We want input from the community.
Here’s the comment policy:
We want to know what you think about Ruby Skye P.I. The site has lots of places to leave comments and questions or talk to other members of the community. You can leave messages for Ruby on her blog and she’ll answer lots of them.
To keep rubyskyepi.com a safe and positive place be nice to other people, smart about sharing information and enjoy what we have to offer.
If you need us to spell it out, here are the things you can’t do:
- No swearing, flaming, bullying, racism, sexism or just plain being mean. We’ll take down comments that are hurtful to others.
- No selling, advertising or spamming. We’ll remove that too.
- No personal information about yourself or anyone else. That’s right, that stuff’s going too.
Some comments won’t appear on the site until we’ve read and approved them. We’ll try to be quick about it but if you write a comment and it doesn’t appear right away, don’t worry. We’ll get to it.
Now, go ahead, comment, share and have fun!
Let us know what you think.