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Double Posting and Reviving dead Topics; A 'Rule of Thumb' Guide
Topic Started: 16 Dec 2008, 12:07 PM (2,755 Views)
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Double posting is when a member makes multiple postings instead of editing prior posts. Included in this is posting the same message in more than one place.

Double posting is not allowed on TON, but with possible exceptions.

What is allowed:
* When posting photos in a group that exceeds a single post's limits.
* Announcement of significant additions or update to a thread/topic
* Staff updates and time sensitive topics.

What is not allowed:
* Apologizing for double posting but doing it anyways.
* Posting just to tell someone else not to double post.


Reviving Dead Topics is when you post in a thread that has been inactive. Threads usually are concidered inactive after two weeks, but TON usually only warns those with over a months lapse in time.

Reviving Dead Topics is not allowed on TON, but with possible exceptions.

What is allowed:
* When you have new information or an update.
* Popular topics; instead of creating a new thread.
* When you have a question that hasn't been answered.

What is not allowed:
* An inane three word reply
* Anything that should be dealt with in a PM.
* Anything that has been answered or has expired.
* Posting just to tell someone else not to reviving dead topics.

Most of this is common sense. If you have any questions, PM a staff member.
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