MediaTech Commons is a safe online space for media and tech workers to share information, ideas, problems, solutions, advice and successes. Members of the Commons are asked to follow a few simple guidelines. These are open to revision and improvement! If you have any thoughts or suggestions about them, please make a comment in the “How to use MediaTech Commons” thread:
The other participants in the Commons are your colleagues and allies. In your interactions in the Commons, treat them with the kindness and respect they deserve. That doesn’t mean you can’t be critical and engage in debate, but don’t be abusive or belligerent toward other people.
Do share your information, ideas, advice, questions and successes in the Commons and do interact with others about their experiences, information and ideas. Please do give advice if you have it and do respond to questions if you have an answer.
Do not practice racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism or harassment in the Commons. Offensive comments will be deleted with an explanation.
Do not use the Commons to troll or spy on other users.
Do not lie or make stuff up.
Do not share someone else’s contribution(s) outside the Commons without their express, written permission. The information shared in the Commons is meant exclusively for Commons participants.
Canadian Media Guild reserves the right to remove any participant from the Commons for violating the Commons guidelines.