That sounds reasonable - although I wasn't intending to keep records
over many months, let alone years! :)
As far as I'm concerned if everyone's being reasonable I'll reset the
records every few months and certainly every year (or to put it another
way I'll probably forget after a while anyway!!).
On 14/05/2012 20:30, Tuukka Virtaperko wrote:
> with these rules, a lot of people might get banned within a decade.
> Maybe add a rule about suspensions expiring at a rate of one per year?
> None of my business, just a suggestion.
> 14.5.2012 21:12, Horse kirjoitti:
>> Hi Folks
>> There seems to be some confusion about the 4 posts a day limit and
>> times etc. so I thought I should provide some further clarity.
>> My clock runs on UK time as that's where I live.
>> Per day means from midnight to midnight UK/GMT time.
>> You can make 4 posts in this period.
>> If any member makes more than 4 posts within the above time I will
>> block all further post from that member for a period of one week.
>> Repeated abuse of the 4 per day rule will result in removal from MD
>> on a 3 strikes and your out basis.
>> As I may not have made this clear enough in the past I will ignore
>> all previous suspensions and restart from today.
>> Please make sure that you sync your time zone with GMT and don't
>> forget the UK also has British Summer Time. If in doubt you could try
>> this link:
>> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ >>
>> as it should have all the info you need.
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