Forum Guidelines and FAQs

Welcome to the Nexus Protocol Research Forum, a public forum dedicated to discussing all things related to Nexus Protocol. This is a collaborative place to share interesting ideas and get feedback about any proposals that you may have.

Please find the following pointers about the types of behaviours we expect on the forum.

This is a Civilized Place for Public Discussion

Please treat this discussion forum with respect; this is a medium for community members to share ideas, knowledge and interests through ongoing conversation.

We will not tolerate any of the following and will not hesitate to suspend user’s access to the forum:

  • Name-calling
  • Ad hominem attacks
  • Responding to a post’s tone instead of its actual content
  • Knee-jerk contradiction

Your Participation Counts

The conversations we have here set the tone for every new arrival. Help us influence the future of Nexus Protocol by choosing to engage in discussions that make this forum an interesting place to be — and avoiding those that do not.

Discourse provides tools that enable the community to collectively identify the best (and worst) contributions: bookmarks, likes, flags, replies, edits, watching, muting and so forth. Use these tools to improve your own experience, and everyone else’s, too.

In order to maintain our community, moderators reserve the right to remove any content and any user account for any reason at any time. Moderators do not preview new posts; the moderators and site operators take no responsibility for any content posted by the community.

Keep It Tidy

Make the effort to put things in the right place, so that we can spend more time discussing and less cleaning up. So:

  • Don’t start a topic in the wrong category; please read the category definitions.
  • Don’t cross-post the same thing in multiple topics.
  • Don’t post no-content replies.
  • Don’t divert a topic by changing it midstream.
  • Don’t sign your posts — every post has your profile information attached to it.

Rather than posting “+1” or “Agreed”, use the Like button. Rather than taking an existing topic in a radically different direction, use Reply as a Linked Topic.

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