My vote is for “Forum Guidelines”. We already have a “Code of Conduct” and we shouldn’t imply that the forum guidelines page supersedes that.
This probably doesn’t make sense because some parts of those guidelines are specific to the forums. We also want to make sure these policies don’t contradict each other in any way.
The main “Code of Conduct” should apply to all channels though. Again I think it’s right for the directors to make this decision, but here is a proposed revision to that last sentence:
- Please note: We have a three strikes policy — failure to
- adhere to our code of conduct will result in a minimum of
- three warnings before a ban can be considered.
+ Please note: We have a "three strikes" policy — after
+ three official warnings from the Community team lead
+ regarding failure to adhere to our Code of Conduct on any
+ of our communication channels, an account ban may be
Also, the “Show/Hide” buttons on some of the sections of https://www.classicpress.net/democracy/ are causing linking directly to the sections to not work properly. This sort of dynamically hidden content is also not great for other reasons including accessibility, I think I will change these sections to be shown by default… [Edit: Done]