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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

We trashed all previous rules. There will be no warnings, no Quality Control and no more ban on our forums. We will simply put member under-moderation even for small rude statement to others. If you write a reply to another member and calling him "Stupid" or any other type of negative remarks, you will go on indefinite under-moderation. There will be absolutely no time frame and sewadars will not give any reason to that member. Sikhsangat is community driven forum for the past 13+ years and we want it to be exactly that for the next coming years. If 10% of the post is negative then we will delete the whole reply.

We also reset the ban and under moderation filters. All members who were banned or under moderation will now get another chance to post freely without any restriction. Keep in mind that any small mistake will put you "under moderation" for indefinite period of time.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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even for small rude statement to others...you will go on indefinite under-moderation...sewadars will not give any reason to that member...any small mistake will put you "under moderation" for indefinite period of time.

In short, the new summarized rules.

From when Bhai ?

From the moment ADMIN hit "post" :)
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To clarify further, members who will be put under-moderation will still be able to post but their post will have to go thru manual moderation by our team.

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