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ChinaWhat are Group guidelines?
Group guidelines are a list of things that this group has agreed to and uses as guidance in operation. At a quick glance, everyone can see what rules a group functions by.
|Impolite or immoral topics, personal arguments and flamebaits are not welcomed. Please, ignore this kind of topics to allow them to drop off the board.||06/11/2010
|Ongoing arguments make the group seem to members and outsiders as unfriendly, angry and unhelpful. In addition, please try to avoid political, religious or other possibly controversial topics.|
|Read the CS China Wiki ||07/25/2011
|The CS China volunteers has compiled this Wiki:|
Before you ask a question, do check this first!!
|Keep it FRIENDLY and RESPECTFUL!||06/10/2010
|Insulting, rude and vulgar language is not welcomed. Please show respect to other group members. Please avoid critical, rude and potentially abusive comments to each other in the public group. This includes using member’s names out of context or in a derogatory manor. |
It's assumed that everyone knows what it means to respect the opinions, ideas, feelings and dignity of others as well as the value of the time and energy it requires to read and respond to posts. For further info check http://www.couchsurfing.org/about.html/guiding
|Please DO NOT post info about PROXY SERVERS||08/29/2010
|In order to avoid CouchSufing being blocked in China we kindly ask you NOT to share in this group any information about proxy servers used to access Facebook or Youtube. This is a public group and there are plenty of examples of groups being blocked for sharing this kind of info.|
|Please DO NOT post COUCHSURF REQUESTS in this group||06/11/2010
|Couches should be found via Couch Search. We advise you to post city/region subgroup ONLY in case of emergency (host cancelled last minute, urgent/sudden trip, sent many CS requests and got no answer etc).|
|DO NOT post here job offerings, events or anything else you even indirectly earn money from||06/11/2010
|Please post city/region related topics to city/region sub-group||06/11/2010
|You are more likely to get an answer about particular area/city by posting it to relevant sub-group. You can find the list of sub-groups under China group. |
|Check this before creating a new sub-group||06/11/2010
|Before creating a sub-group under China group, you should ask yourself:|
1) Isn't this group already existing with another name or even under another group?
2) Will this group be useful for the community?
We would like to ask you to inform one of the China group moderators before creating the sub-group. We are able to guide you to any similar groups already existing or help you in creating the group. It will also help us to avoid excessive inactive groups.