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Comment Policy

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We enjoy interacting with you and gladly welcome your comments. To ensure that comments enhance and not detract from the articles, we’ve created a formal comment policy.

Comment Moderation

In order to maintain the integrity of the articles and their content, all comments, trackbacks, and pingbacks made to the Access Rigg blog are moderated. We work to review and approve comments as quickly as possible, but please do not resubmit your comment if it does not appear right away.

Language, Length, and Format

The articles have a diverse audience with different sensibilities and opinions. That said, please avoid harsh language and the use of profanity. Flaming or use of threatening language is not allowed nor will it be tolerated.

Profanity will be censored to show

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If an entry gets you fired up, excited, or makes you think so deeply that the words pour from you like an overflowing fountain, consider publishing it as a thought on your own blog and trackback. If trackback is disabled, you are welcome to leave a comment summarising your entry with a link to continue reading it.

Ideally, your comment will be under 200 (1000 characters) well chosen words with paragraphs as necessary; whitespace makes the content easier to read on a computer screen.

Linking To Your Site and Others

We trust you to contribute links of value and thus, we do not use the rel=”nofollow” attribute by default. If you feel it necessary to link to a bad neighbourhood, please add the rel=”nofollow” attribute to the outgoing link (it’s the polite thing to do).

Please don’t view this as an opportunity to promote or advertise your website in the AccessRigg article comments. Excessive and/or inappropriate links will be removed.

Double check your links, because any link which returns an error, leads to a site under construction, or cannot be loaded by the browser will be removed.

Signatures in Comments

Adding a signature is completely optional. If you decide to include one, please keep it short (2 line maximum) and do not include a link to your website.

You are welcome to add your website’s link in the designated URL box just below your name and e-mail address and your name will automatically be hyperlinked.

Unacceptable:
Girl B. Average
Owner of Some Website
http://www.somewebsite.com/
Please visit some time
Acceptable:
Girl B. Average
Owner of Some Website

If you find it necessary to use anchor text in the name box, please make sure to sign your name at the end of your comment. We really don’t feel comfortable addressing someone as “my cool anchor text” when responding to a comment.

In the event that we know you, we’ll simply modify your anchor text to include your name, otherwise we’ll delete the reference to your website.

Subscribing To Comments Via E-mail

In order to receive notification of comments left after yours, it is essential that you provide a valid and working e-mail address.

To sign up for comments, make sure to leave the check mark next to “Notify me of follow-up comments’ before submitting your comment.

E-mail Addresses

Please use a valid e-mail address when commenting on the blog. It will not be displayed unless you type it in the body of your comment (which we will usually edit out) and you will not be subscribed to any mailing list by leaving a comment.

If you use an invalid e-mail address or one which requires any type of human interaction to confirm we’re not a spammer, your comment will be deleted — no exceptions.

Editing Comments

We reserve the right to edit or delete comments as we feel necessary. Blatant spelling and grammatical errors will be edited and serious edits will be notated at the end of the comment.

If your comment conveys a coherent thought, it may just be edited; tirades will most likely be deleted. At no time will we attempt to alter the core meaning of a comment.

Special Provisions For Comment Spam

We take comment spam seriously and all IP addresses used for spamming will be reported to the internet blacklists, the ISPs/hosts for the offending domain will be notified, and the owner of the IP block will be notified of the problem.

While comment spam continues to proliferate on the internet, we can and will do our part to help combat it.

Final Words

You, and only you, are responsible for your words. They are yours and you get to keep them, however, by posting your comments to the blog you are granting us the right, in perpetuity, to use, alter, and/or display them however we see fit.

Once your comment is submitted, that’s it — you’re immortalized.

(From time to time, this comment policy may be updated, so please make sure to check back every so often.)

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