Cubanos Netiquette Guidelines
to the Cubanos Community. We're glad to have you here. As part of
our commitment to making this community a great place to interact
and meet other people with the same interests, we've set out some
Community Guidelines. Your commitment to these Guidelines in all community
activities means that everyone who joins us here will have a positive
There are certain things
we've learned over the years about what makes an online
community a good place to be. You already know all these things from
your real-life communities; we'll just restate them here so everyone
is very clear about what is expected.
- Everyone is welcome at Cubanos.org: people
of all ages, races, religions, genders, national origins, sexual
orientations and points of view. Everyone should be treated with
mutual respect. Please refrain from all expressions of bigotry,
racism, hatred or profanity.
- You are responsible for all your activities
while participating in Cubanos chats and discussion groups, including
the quality and content of the conversation in the open Community
Chat. Our entire community should be a friendly, helpful and supportive
- Remember that everything you do in our
community is being done in public - whether it's chatting, posting
a new message or answering a message already posted. If it is
done in public, it could be quoted or publicized by anyone who
- Don't be disruptive. This includes making
persistent off-topic comments in chat or discussions.
- Be yourself. Don't pretend to be someone
else, whether it's a Cubanos employee or any other person, in
order to mislead or cause harm to anyone.
- Online writing is subject to off-line
laws. Don't post messages that contain any obscene or unlawful
- Our discussions and chats are for networking
and sharing support and information, not for e-commerce. Please,
no postings selling anything either for profit or not.
- Don't "spam." To spam means posting repetitive
and irrelevant messages to one or many different discussion groups.
- For your own safety, don't give out personally
identifiable information (such as Social Security numbers, credit
card numbers, names and addresses or driver's license numbers)
to strangers online.
If we all follow the above guidelines,
our community will be a friendly, comfortable place for everyone.
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