SharePoint Specialists

SharePoint Specialists

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Know SharePoint? Then join here.
All versions of SharePoint 2003, SharePoint 2007 / MOSS, SharePoint 2010 ...
Job agents and their kin, may join but they should not... more »
Know SharePoint? Then join here.
All versions of SharePoint 2003, SharePoint 2007 / MOSS, SharePoint 2010 ...
Job agents and their kin, may join but they should not shamelessly promote. The biggest no no is to abuse the discussion board.

The discussion board is for questions and answers, problem solving and opinions relating to SharePoint.

Don't waste our time with pointless polls as nobody with a life is interested.

We don't care about your agency if you are a job agent.

The golden rule is this. When you make a post you waste a small amount of time of all the members of the group who read it. That cumulative total becomes a huge amount of time. So when you make a post, make a genuine one.

The group is moderated on a daily basis. Sadly this is needed because some people are unable to make a basic distinction between what is a job and what is a discussion. We only moderate based on irrelevancy. If you post to the wrong board (i.e. a job to a discussion) we delete it. We don't even bother to reassign it. If you are going to waste our time, why should we make any effort? We do not moderate what you say. It is completely free speech. The only time we will moderate something that you write is if it is grossly insulting, racist, sexist or the like. Otherwise say what you want. Having said all that, juicy gossip is appreciated. Candid opinions such as "stay away from XXX because..." are more than welcome.

There is a promotion subgroup, if you want to post something promotional, post there.

We are not heartless, sometimes we bend the rules slightly. The moderators of the group get a whole load of leniency because they invest a considerable amount of their time on planet earth striving to keep this group relevant. Locked in their underground compound in Nevada they work tirelessly on your behalf. Be nice to them. If you see them on the street, give them a hug. Think what kind of a social life must they have to devote so much time to this group. « less

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  • Created: March 1, 2010
  • Type: Professional Group
  • Members: 17,114
  • Subgroups: 5
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