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Joachim Müller:
Below are the forum policies that everyone agreed to when signing up:
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This thread has been created as a summary/replacement for the cluttered thread "Board rules".

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Joachim Müller:
1. Read the documentation first!
The documentation that comes with coppermine should answer most newbie questions.
It is mandatory to read the documentation before being allowed to post a question in the first place. If your questions shows that you haven't read the docs, you will probably only get a short answer that contains a link to the docs.

Joachim Müller:
2. Read the FAQ
There is a reason why there is a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): they get asked very often. Hence, we have created one document that contains both the questions as well as the answers to common issues. Please read the FAQ before asking for help. Supporters are reluctant to post the same answer over and over again.

Joachim Müller:
3. Search the board
The search facility on the forums is probably your best friend when having a problem, there is a good chance that someone else has had the problem you are having and that a solution has been posted before, so to try and get an answer straight away use this tool. If at first you don't seem to find what you are looking for try again with different words.

Joachim Müller:
4. Read the stickies
Threads marked with a pin are listed at the very top of each board. They contain answers to many questions that were posted over and over again, or they may contain important announcements from the dev team. They also contain information what kind of postings are allowed on a particular sub-board and what information supporters need to answer your questions. Make sure to read the stickies on a board before posting to it.


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