Poetry is also acceptable in DnD.
before the 22nd Jan
By "platform" I mean the several technical aspects (both hardware and software) that allows the content (our content, according T&C) to be posted.For example, imagine that the Administration receives a proposal to sell the platform to a third party. Do users have a voice about it or not?Another example, publicity. Can the Administration sell advertising space in the forum?Please understand that I'm not trying to create difficulties and I very much appreciate all your effort but I'm increasingly worried with that kind of things that can suddenly alter the whole spirit of a digital community. MyOpera's attitude was enough for something I don't like.
Quote from: string on 2014-01-07, 08:38:24If you have comments or questions, please post them here.What exactly did you want to mean by saying Quote from: Rulesexpress your own opinion or experiment with opinions not your own...? It is for editing purposes...Next...P.4Quotethe responsibility for that act will lie solely with those that Instigated and/or carried it out.Cosmetics: lose the capital...P.12QuoteThe DnDSA of this forum reserve the rightThe underlined is grammatically redundant (DnDSA is no else than "of this forum", will you?) And... The core word of the abbreviation is "administration" - I believe it's singular, so the verb must be sigmated: "reserves". Forgot: have we had "the" with "DnDSA" so far? Let's be uniform, will we?The above is on the first part ("Responsibilities").I have an overall note also: should we have a "Terminology" part? "Such and such means such and such" - this sort...
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express your own opinion or experiment with opinions not your own...
the responsibility for that act will lie solely with those that Instigated and/or carried it out.
The DnDSA of this forum reserve the right
The T&C has not been changed yet because that will only be done when changes are sanctioned by the Administration.
On the purely grammatical issue of the phrase "not your own", it is a typical literary convention often used ion both spoken and written English.
2. Respect the law of the country from which you post...
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