The following rules are long(ish), and so are the group's guidelines. We (the moderators) put a lot of time, effort and love into answering your tricky questions. So - yes, we do expect YOU, out of respect for our work, to read all of this first, and do your own research as specified.
This group is for SAQs (Seldom Asked Questions) about CS.
Only CS Ambs can post here, but the posts are visible to all members.
Check the categorized Library BEFORE posting: http://wiki.couchsurfing.org/en/Q_%26_A_Info_-_Ambassadors
Here's how it works.
Suppose a member has a CS-related question. If they can find the answer to it in the FAQ, fine. But let's say they can't.
In that case, they are being encouraged to contact the local Amb (City, or Country, or Nomadic, or just any Amb) and ask them (YOU!). If you happen to know the answer to the question, that's swell. But let's say you don't.
In that case, you are welcome to post it here.
We shall be happy to research and provide the answer to your question, unless:
- It refers to specific individuals and their cases (those questions should be sent to the working teams by means of the "Contact Us" button)
- The answer is easily findable in this group's catalogue (every question answered will be described and linked to on this very page)
- The question is really a suggestion put in inquisitive instead of imperative (e.g. "Wouldn't it be great for CS if we were to introduce interactive folders for the CS Mail Inbox?"). Those belong in the CUQs (choose "Suggestion" from the dropdown menu)
- The answer, given publicly, would compromise the safety of the site and its members (MDST may cap any information, if necessary)
- The question is being presented in an openly discourteous way (that is very unlikely to happen in a community of diplomats, especially ambassadors, and anyway is certainly not about you, right?)
- We cannot find the answer
Should a question be posted which does not belong here, the thread will be moved into a sub-group called "Q & A: Info Archives".
Eventually, every thread gets moved from this group to the Archives group, as soon as we no longer expect any relevant follow-up questions to the topic.
Please be sure to read the Group Guidelines before posting here.
Disclaimer: Our research is not officially sponsored by CS. That is to say, while we are committed to only convey to the public what we find out in response to the posted questions, CS can not be legally or otherwise responsible for our answers, just as it is not responsible for anything any of its volunteers may say or write.
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