Sara Donati.

House Rules and Fine Print

House rules

Bad manners are never to be tolerated, according to Mr. Riis.
The guidelines here  have been borrowed and adapted from other wiki installations in an attempt to stay in line with  the relevant laws. The goal is  a healthy community where communication is open, disagreement is expected, and basic kindness and common sense are the way things are done. I welcome anybody who would like to get involved in constructing this beast and then keeping it groomed and fed. Drafts of articles for individual subjects can be sent to me at anytime, but are subject to a standard editorial process.

The hard line

Online harassment, defamation, hateful speech, doxxing,  plagiarism, malicious misinformation and violations of copyright law will be deleted and the responsible person or persons permanently banned.  I am the judge and jury on this, but will invite commentary on individual cases.  If any of these terms or concepts are unfamiliar to you, Wikipedia provides basic information on all of them, as well as guidance on where to find more information. Discussion of politics, elections, social conditions and world affairs are better handled elsewhere, and will be deleted. I reserve the right to revise, rewrite, edit or delete any or all of the policies provided above.


What personal data we collect and why we collect it:

For users that register on this website (if any), we store the personal information they provide in their user profile. All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time. Website administrators can also see and edit that information.


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How long we retain your data

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