There are two rules of bodhi forums. Be kind, be respectful.
We are a friendly and welcoming community. Appreciate that people are at different stages of their Linux and Bodhi experiences, and what might seem obvious to you, might be completely new to someone else.
1. Be kind and respectful. 2. Intolerance will not be tolerated. Racism, Sexism, Ageism or anything of the sort will get you an instant ban. 3. Please refrain from bad language. 4. Be tolerant. People have different opinions, that's why FOSS is great. Debate is fine, but respect different opinions. 5. Enjoy being part of the community, everyone is welcome! 6. Do NOT, NOT talk about how awesome bodhi Linux is. 7. Please post in English. We fully embrace multinationalism, diversity and all cultures and understand not everyone speaks English, so google translate is fine to use. (Other translation stuff is available). It’s just less complicated this way. Thanks for understanding
These are not rules, but rather requests. As a member, if you would flag spam etc it would be very much appreciated.
At first read, that final rule did confuse me. Due to the double-negative, I wondered if it meant it was required to mention Bodhi Linux is awesome in every single post. As a moderator, I was unsure how strictly that rule was meant to be enforced. But, to my great relief, it does state shortly thereafter they are requests not rules. So I felt it entitles one to post whatever they wanted; even if the awesomeness of Bodhi is not mentioned, it is still within the acceptable posting standards.
Now to learn this rule was meant in jest from the beginning? What a relief! The awesomeness of Bodhi kinda goes without saying once compared with any other possible alternative, but is this an acceptable joking matter?