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    Exclamation Rules for the Announcements Forum

    The general posting rules apply to this forum.

    When posting to this forum, please do not post more than one message regarding a single product. Information posted should be of interest to developers. Posting links to other, competitive sites is also not allowed and such postings may be removed.

    If you are unsure if a posting is appropriate, feel free to contact this forum's moderator or me.


    New Rule (added 10/27/2013) -
    Note that this forum is to allow people to post news, announcements and press releases. You can do that for your own product as well (provided it fits within the context of this forum's topics). It is, however, considered rude and in very poor taste to respond to a press release with information on your own product in the same category. Do your own announcement - don't sap off of someone else's post. Responses of competitive products by posters with less than 10 posts will be considered spam. The poster will be banned and the responses removed without notification. This rule is the notification. People with 10 posts or more will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

    The admin and management staff reserves the right to change the rules of this forum at any time.


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