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My Blogging Code of Conduct

Published to Blog on 10 Apr 2007

This is not another post linking to a bunch of A-list bloggers’ opinions on Tim O’Reilly’s suggested Blogger Code of Conduct, though Mike Arrington of TechCrunch has an opinion that I agree with for the most part.

Here is my code of conduct:

  1. It’s my blog, I’ll write whatever I want.

  2. I will allow anonymous comments. I’m not running a community here, I’m running a blog so you can’t sign up for an account. If you want to comment to one of my blog posts then by all means do so. If you want to be part of a community then go here or here.

  3. If you have any questions, see rule #1.

  4. Badges? We don’t need no stinkin’ badges! - sorry, couldn’t resist.

However, if you know me you know that I’m a pretty nice and easy-going guy so I tend not to get too combative or use too many off-color words (at least not on my blog). Be assured that stuff around here should remain family friendly for as long as I am charge. It’s not like anyone in your family or my family would have any desire to read this stuff anyway.

Dan Hounshell
Web geek, nerd, amateur maker. Likes: apis, node, motorcycles, sports, chickens, watches, food, Nashville, Savannah, Cincinnati and family.
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