On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 01:08 pm, Mark Fletcher <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I had time to think hard on what you want.
First you opened the pandoras box asking for suggestions.. ha,ha,ha..
it's trailing off on what new features can be added to .io groups.. lol
Think on this Mark,
Code of conduct should be about the kind of business a person has
whether that be a bakery store, retail store, Technical service , corporation, included but not limited to employees etc
You have a business you are trying to get off the ground.
Ask yourself what kind of quality code of conduct YOU expect from the service you provide to your customers in general.
Who are your customers: Members and moderators are your customers.
I say this because you may have an entrepreneur member who may decide on a premium or enterprise group.
As a moderator managing a group if I find a difficult member I have found myself using the code of conduct yahoo provides for every moderator and member.
I also have a responsibility to adhere to your TOS when managing a group..
In truth. YOU have to decide on the kind of professional code of conduct you want that will meet everyone using your website.
More important it should be "professional" in such a way that your customers are impressed.
In turn I promise you, your website will be spoken about in a good way and word of mouth is your best marketing tool.
This is your baby Mark. "You" have to decide the code of conduct you want to meet the quality of business
you are working to get off the ground.
Think business when creating your code of conduct.