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MODERATORS DELETION PROMISE

 

We will not delete any content unless:

  • You, the creator of the content asks it to be deleted
  • It does not comply with our TOU (Terms of Use)
  • It does not comply with our guiding principles
  • It’s primary purpose is to sell or promote a product or service not viewed as appropriate by the moderator
  • It is incoherent, or otherwise unable to be responded to meaningfully AND there has been no response to attempts to get clarification

 

 

MODERATOR REDIRECTION / MERGING

 

Moderators may redirect questions to other spaces:

  • to help others find that question more easily to give your content visibility by others who will do a better job responding
  • to avoid duplication. If 2 questions or discussions are substantially close to one another, we will redirect the newer question to the older question.

 

Should you have questions about why your content was redirected to another forum space, please DO reach out and ask us: community@osisoft.com.

 

Our goal is to give you the best answers possible by the people who know the most.

BE RESPECTFUL, BE NICE

 

PI Square is about empowering and connecting all PI users worldwide. As a community people should

 

• NOT attack or disparage others or their content.

• BE considerate and respectful.

• NOT USE offensive or profane language.

• ENCOURAGE others.

• RESPECT opposing or differing opinions, beliefs, and conclusions.

 

 

 

MAKE THE SITE MORE HELPFUL

 

In the spirit of empowerment and connection, people should

 

• Write answers so they are helpful.

• Help make content easier to understand – we have an international audience of native and non-native language speakers.

• Improve things that could be better and do not be afraid to do things that can make PI Square a better resource.

• Make PI Square a good resource for all PI Users, regardless of expertise.

 

 

 

ASK QUESTIONS WITH THE SINCERE GOAL OF OBTAINING REUSABLE INFORMATION

 

The primary intention of asking a question should be to obtain information and

 

• NOT to argue a point

• NOT to be hurtful, mean-spirited or make others uncomfortable

• SHOULD be to clearly written

• SHOULD encourage answers

 

 

 

THANK YOU for making the community a place we all want to be a part of.

 

 

If you have questions that you don't want to publically post, please feel free to email at: community@osisoft.com.