Textopian is a platform for the annotation and discussion of literary works. We believe annotations can improve conversations on the web and we hope communities thrive by sharing knowledge and collaborating.
We have a set of guidelines for participating in public conversations through comments, reactions and cross-references. By Public, we mean notes or comments that are published set as not explicitly private.
Use of all and any Textopian services is a privilege, not a right. We reserve the right to limit, suspend or terminate users who violate these guidelines.
Things you should do
- Be civil. When there’s disagreement, be respectful.
- Make sure your comments are relevant, constructive, informative and well-intentioned.
- Ask good questions; cite facts and useful data.
- Educate, share knowledge, lead by example.
Things you shouldn’t do
- Engage in illegal activity.
- Circumvent copyright or post copyrighted works in annotations.
- Reveal other people’s private information.
- Engage in personal attacks, trolling or harassment against other users.
- Engage in marketing or advertising of offerings from you or others.
- Post explicit content.
- Clutter the public channel with test messages.
- Use profanity.
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