First, and above all, remember that everyone is here to have fun and enjoy yuri together. Being overly aggressive, insulting, and generally a jerk to other commenters is against the rules. So don’t do it.
Spammers will be shot. Kitchen reno spammers will be shot twice.
Note that promoting yuri works or projects by community members is NOT spam, and is largely encouraged. Just don’t keep posting the same thing in multiple threads, is all we ask.
Insulting scanlators is unacceptable, and will result in your comment and possibly you being removed from the forum. They work hard to bring us the yuri we love, and they don’t need abuse for it. That isn’t to say you can’t point out errors or problems, just don’t get personal with it.
This isn’t the place for stuff like “WHERE IS THE NEXT RELEASE”. Any similar badgering/demands will be removed if they get obnoxious. Badgering the scanlators is poor form.
There is NO rule 6.
Likewise, racism and other overt hate speech will be deleted as soon as it’s spotted.
No linking to Mangafox, Mangapark or Mangahere. Links will be removed once spotted by staff. Frequent attempts to link either will result in account removal. Preferably, linking to readers outside of Batoto, Kissmanga and the readers maintained by scan groups should be avoided.
No linking to unauthorized scans of material on Lezhin, such as Pulse or What Does the Fox Say. Lezhin are very protective of their copyright, and we'd rather avoid landing the reader in hot water.
In all cases Moderators and Staff have the final word on the interpretation of the rules. Should you spot something we missed, or have any questions, by all means approach us here or on IRC.
I should probably clarify 8... proper grammar as in at least try not something like "i rly lk id i ct stap ma nosblid" sorry its the best example I could think of, because those are an eyesore and sometimes I can't even translate what they're saying.edit: I finally figured out what I wanted to say "use actual/real words" there we go.
Lovely! I'm glad we finally have some rulez, though it's quite saddening that these sounds like common sense that everyone should already know. But it's good for the thick-headed ones. Thanks Nezchan!
Well, the concept is the more detailed you make the rules, the more likely some ass is going to try to lawyer them. Better to have them largely common sense and give the mod(s) latitude to interpret on a case-by-case basis.
2.) comments should stay relevant to the thread.
Oh good heavens, no! We get such awesome irrelevancies, I'd hate to lose that.