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Hi Kristen Gastaldo
A few thoughts from me on Community guidelines:
- Have you seen these guidelines in the current Forums? https://forums.alfresco.com/forum/announcements/important-please-read-posting-11272009-1426
- Under Be Collaborative: "update the documents" what did you mean by this? Don't want to get it confused with docs.alfresco.com
- Richard Esplin and Ole Hejlskov - what do you think of the NO SELLING para above for Partners? We will also have a jobs board. I am also going to check with a couple of other members of the working group what they think about this.
Hey Helen Trim - I read through the "before you post" things in the community and I think a lot of that content would be better in a "how to get your question answered" blog post. I don't want the community guidelines to read too technical and details about source code, etc. would be a better fit elsewhere I think.
For "update the docs" I was thinking more about the ability to collaborate on shared documents. But we could add "rate the docs" or "make suggestions to docs," etc. Just something saying they can work together to create documents and provide feedback on ours.
It would be easier to suggest changes if this were a Google Doc.
Regarding "updating the docs", how about "update the information"?
I would make two changes to the "No Spam" paragraph:
* I would delete the "No Selling" phrase of the title. I think it is better handled with nuance in the paragraph.
* I would change the message to partners to say something like "if you think the Alfresco community would benefit from hearing about your Alfresco related product, service, or event, please post it in the appropriate place (link). Posts in other areas will be deleted, and repeated sales or marketing outside of these guidelines may result in termination of your account." I think you should keep the line about the best way to advertise is to answer questions.
I swear Helen Trim and I updated that docs bit, but perhaps I didn't save the changes. I've swapped that out with a "provide feedback" being that they'll be able to mark things as helpful or comment on docs.
Updated the selling bit as well. We'll add a link to our "unofficial announcements" section.