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This team is now deprecated. Official announcement about the team's closure can be found here.
This page exists to outline a solid set of guidelines for behavior in our IRC channel. Please remember that #ubuntuforums-beginners is an official Ubuntu channel and exists for us to stay organized and communicate effectively.
The Ubuntu Code of Conduct applies at all times.
- Keep your existing IRC nick - don't fiddle around with your name or imitate others.
- Not a major support area (not that you can't ask about something, but don't get carried away)
Support should be directed to #ubuntu or ##beginners-help
- Keep in mind that although the channel is relaxed, the primary focus should be team issues - be mature and stay on topic
Admins, please put VoteBot into Meeting Mode during team meetings.
The following are geared toward limiting misc. chatter in the channel during a meeting, and keeping the team focused, on topic, and progressing with the discussion at hand. These points apply in addition to the Everyday Policies.
- Please don't say "hello" or "goodbye" to those coming and going.
- Don't put out random smiley faces.
- Think through what you are going to say before you say it - keep your ideas together, not spread out over multiple lines. This makes it much easier to follow your line of thought.
"Raise your hand" with a o/ when you want to speak, and you will be called upon by the team member leading the discussion.
Reporting Problems or Concerns
- If you have a problem concerning a council member, please speak with bodhi.zazen.