Rules apply across the entire workspace, including messages and attachments you send, your name, as well as your profile picture. By using this workspace, we expect you not only follow this workspace’s rules, but also Slack’s Terms of Service (https://slack.com/legal), and Slack’s Community Guidelines (https://api.slack.com/docs/community-code-of-conduct). Any violations of such, as well as the following rules, may result in disciplinary action.
Remember to be respectful of others. Hate speech, racism, sexual slurs, and disrespect will not be tolerated.
Please keep the workspace safe for work. Do not post NSFW or NSFL content. This includes your avatar, nickname, and your own messages.
Avoid spamming! This includes repetitive sending of messages, memes, emojis, images, ASCII images, embeds, and unsolicited DM’s to other users.
Please be observant of the channels and their intended use.
Don’t behave in a toxic manner. This includes but is not limited to; instigating drama, or back-seat modding. If there is a disagreement with a user that is uncivil, work to diffuse it or ping a moderator Cindy or Denny).
These rules are not indicative of a full list, and moderators will act at their own discretion.