The Town's laws
Like most towns, we have a few laws for keeping the community
healthy for everyone. Ours are fairly straightforward:
- No spam. If you go around The Town
slapping up your advertising posters, or spray-painting your personal
slogans everywhere, you'll quickly find your hands tied and your
- No stealing. Stealing is bad.
Anything posted in The Town, whether written or in any other creative
form, remains under control of its creator. You may not reproduce it
outside this site without specific written agreement from them.
- Likewise, no 'outing'. You may not
post information regarding the identity of other people in The Town
without their specific written consent, regardless of how
obtained. If they don't chose to leave their phone number or
address on the walls, then you certainly can't choose to do it for them.
- Respect the tone and guidelines
of the various places you visit. Not all areas of The Town are
the same; some are pretty much a free-for-all and others may have quite
definite requirements as to civility and topicality. Hosts
determine these and are responsible for maintaining them, so pay
attention to the welcome message when you enter a new area; it will
tell you what is expected in terms of behaviour.
- Comply with requests from Hosts to take a conflict
to the Coliseum. The Coliseum is the place for extended
conflicts and conflict as entertainment. If Hosts feels a
conflict is disrupting their conference, they have the right to ask you
to move it to the Coliseum.
- Take any question, grievance or complaint about
any of the above, or any other aspect of how The Town is run, to
the Moot Hall for discussion and resolution. All such
questions will be dealt with in the Moot Hall, by the Town Council and
if necessary, the Pantheon.
The Pantheon will make
every attempt possible to resolve conflicts and grievances to the
satisfaction of everyone involved, and will use a publicly displayed
and transparent process for judgement. However, The Town is a
privately owned and operated site, and we reserve the right to
remove inapproprate content, or restrict access for individuals
if the Pantheon determines it to be in the best interests of the Town.
Please remember that by registering, you have
signifed that you understand these guidelines and agree to abide by
them, and to be subject to Pantheon's judgment should you be
in breach of them.