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Ok, I know that big paragraph might have scared you off, but in essence it means – You can’t copy my material without giving me full credit on your blog/website/forum. So say you thought one of my posts were really cool and you wanted it for your own website. I’m totally fine with that, as long as you say at the end of it something like this. ”This post was written by evajoy, and here’s a link to her blog. [then provide the link here]. Got it?
Right now, I don’t moderate any of your comments before they are posted. If this privilege becomes abused, I will change my settings to moderate every comment.
- If a comment is critical but constructive, it will not be deleted.
- If a comment is critical and not adding anything to the conversation, I will delete it.
- If a comment has any profanity, it would normally be deleted, but if you write a good comment that adds to the discussion, I will simply moderate the word out without changing your opinion of view.
- If I am very impressed or amused by a comment, I may put it in a blog post.
Overall, you should basically write comments the same way you would talk to someone in real life. So far, I’m proud to have not deleted one single comment (except for spam of course). Please help me keep it that way.