Section rules.

Discussion in 'Quality Control' started by vasily_bagirov, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. vasily_bagirov

    vasily_bagirov Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Certain additinal requirements to created topics exist in this section, besides global forum rules, which we ask you to follow when posting new topics:

    • About websites with missed ads, phishing/malware websites, ads in applications etc, write in respectives sections, e.g. Missed Ads. This topic is for investigating technical defects in beta versions exclusively.
    • Topic titles should consist of short description of revealed defect. If your topic is not about a beta version defect, then it likely belongs to a different section.
    • Each topic's title should be preceded with name of OS, which you found defect in, and your Adguard's version, put in square brackets. E.g., "[Mac 1.0] X doesn't function" or "[Android 1.0.808] Can't use Y option".
     
  2. Dolfi

    Dolfi Banned

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    I know a foreign language isn't easy.
    But could you who are asking for structuring do it yourself? You name it "Section rules", in Missed Ads it's "submission rules",in False Positives it's "Thread rules" etc. pp.
    Do your homework, work systematically. Then ask us to do so (BTW: We're users you're devolopers who should be used to structured work!!).

    Also: Better structure your boards in a useful way (as I requested) than teaching users tags. Way easier and users are way more used to. Besifdes users hadn't to browse 20 lines/pages of [MAC] to find a few [WIN] entries.


    P.S. No hard feelings towards you, you just made the last post in that matter.

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    and stop deleting posts.
     
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  3. vasily_bagirov

    vasily_bagirov Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    This is due to different people posted rules for different sections.
    Giving 'rules threads' different names doesn't lead to any misunderstanding or confusion, whereas lacking of tags objectively does.

    You have a point about better forum structuring, though. This indeed can simplify things if done right. It will be done after Mac release.