Code of Conduct
From Evergreen Trail Guide
Trail wiki ground rules
These are in addition to the Code of Conduct listed below:
- Everything you write should be your own work
- Please don't copy information from other mountain biking websites or from guide books. If copyrighted information is found, it'll just be deleted.
- You don't own the content after you submit it
- Other people may come along and edit what you wrote. That's the idea with a wiki. Don't change it back right away. Please take a deep breath, and take a minute to consider whether the page may be better because of the edits.
- Also, please understand that this website is published under a non-commercial "Share, Share Alike" license. People are free to use the content they find here in other sites, as long as they publish it in the same spirit.
- Don't post information about illegal trails
- We believe in riding legal trails only.
- Be nice
Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance Website Code of Conduct
Evergreen is a tight-knit, local community. We want it to be more like a friendly neighborhood than an anonymous online website. With that in mind:
We expect everyone to refrain from posting:
- Content that encourages riding or building illegal trails, or actions that go against known land manager policies.
- Anything that is not appropriate for an all-ages audience.
- Anything that shows blatant disrespect of other people.
- Material taken from elsewhere without permission.
- Commercial content that has not been approved in writing by Evergreen staff.
- Political discussions not relevant to mountain biking.
We do expect the following:
- For leading rides, events and work parties your real name must be posted - first name and last initial is acceptable.
- Your real name must be registered and visible to Evergreen staff.
- To enhance the sense of community, we strongly encourage users to use their real names, or first name and last initial, in their web profiles.
Evergreen reserves the right to remove or edit content that violates any of these policies or can be construed as offensive or counter productive to the goal of greater mountain bike access. Normally we'll try to contact the individuals involved when we do so, but if you don't play nice, we may not feel inspired to either.
If you have any questions about the above policies, please call our staff at (206) 524-2900, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.