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Following recent events, the Continuing Committee has seen to adopt a Code of Conduct (CoC) to help deal with toxic behaviour, and foster a more positive community. While a preliminary version of the CoC has been in force since the 9th of March, the final version is below:

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Section I: Scope

1. This Code of Conduct empowers the Continuing Committee (CC) and all players of the Star Trek CCGs to cultivate a forum environment where discussion is free, fruitful, and fun.

2. In order to participate in the Continuing Committee (CC) forums, all participants must agree to abide by the entire Code of Conduct.

3. Section III of the Code of Conduct is applicable only to "moderated" forums. "Moderated" forums include every forum and subforum which is visible to any registered member of the forum community (except any forums which have been designated "unmoderated"). Restricted forums (such as Playtesting (1E)) are considered "unmoderated."

Section II: Global Rules

4. No user shall post about or link to vendors who sell unlicensed Star Trek-related merchandise (for example: play mats, professionally-printed virtual cards that resemble physical cards, artwork, etc.)

5. No user shall post or link to any content that is illegal, or which encourages or condones illegal activity. (For example: no unlawful torrents.)

6. No user shall post or link to any content that includes graphic violence or explicit sexual content. (No porn, no ISIS beheading videos, duh.)

7. No user shall attempt to evade a suspension or ban by any means, including by registering or logging in under another account.

8. No user shall deliberately defraud or attempt to defraud any other user; in particular, all users must be honest and forthcoming about trades, costs related to trades, and the condition of cards being traded.

9. Any violation of these global rules shall result in an immediate suspension (even without warning) for a period of time to be determined at moderator discretion.

Section III: Rules for Moderated Forums

10. Moderated forums are intended for all members of the Star Trek CCG community, including young players and learners.

11. In a moderated forum, no user shall post any content or remark that is belittling, disparaging, denigrating, harassing, threatening, bullying, or cruel towards another person; nor any content or remark that would be perceived by a reasonable bystander to be belittling, disparaging, denigrating, harassing, threatening, bullying, or cruel; nor shall any user post such content directed against any discrete category or class of persons.

11a. Criticism of other persons (or classes of persons) is permitted, even in moderated forums, even if it is severe, as long as its expression is reasonable, measured, and civil. Only disparagement of other persons is prohibited.

11b. Some comments may straddle the line between acceptable and unacceptable treatment of others; moderators will make judgments at their discretion.

11c. Users who are alleged to have violated Rule #11 should not expect to receive the "benefit of the doubt." There is almost always some doubt about a sanction, because this is a forum, not a court of law.

12. In a moderated forum, no user shall post profanities. This rule has been repealed. Please see here for details.

13. A user who violates these rules shall receive a formal, public warning from a moderator.

13a. A user who violates these rules within six months of receiving a warning under this section shall have their forum account suspended for three (3) days.

13b. A user who violates these rules within six months of receiving a three-day suspension under this section shall have their forum account suspended for ten (10) days.

13c. A user who violates these rules within six months of receiving a ten-day suspension under this section shall have their forum account suspended for thirty (30) days.

13d. A user who violates these rules within six months of receiving a thirty-day suspension under this section shall have their forum account suspended indefinitely (banned), pending discussion and disposition of the case by the full moderation team. A banned user may, every six months, petition the moderation team for readmission; this is treated as an additional appeal.

Section IV: Moderation & Modification

14. Any moderator may independently assess a rules violation and assign the appropriate sanction. However, a sanctioned user may appeal sanctions to the full moderation team, which will then determine whether to uphold or overturn the sanction following the process set out in the Forum Moderation Rules.

14a. The sanction will remain in force while the discussion is ongoing (unless it expires before the discussion is concluded).

14b. There is no further possibility for appeal beyond the full moderation team; no member of the Continuing Committee, including the Chairman, may overturn a decision of the full moderation team.

15. While this Code of Conduct is intended to be clear and complete, no Code is ironclad, and this Code does not cover every case where moderation may need to be enforced. The moderation team may modify these rules by a majority vote of the moderators and may, in extreme circumstances, impose an ex post facto sanction on users who do serious damage to the forums without technically violating the currently-posted rules.

16. Rules for the selection of moderators, and operation of the moderation team, may be found in the separate document, "Moderation Team Rules."


This CoC calls for the creation of a team of Moderators. I, Iron Mike, serve as the Head Moderator, and the moderation team is as follows: Armus, BCSWowbagger, Pazuzu, Skrain Dukat and winterflames. I am dealing with an unexpected family tragedy this week; while I am away, Armus, as the most senior moderator, is handling my Head Moderator duties.

As moderators we are bound by the following rules:

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Moderation Team Rules

Section I: Scope

1. These rules enumerate the powers, duties, and basic procedures of the Continuing Committee (CC) forum moderation team.

2. The first and final objective of the forum moderation team is to cultivate a forum environment where discussion is free, fruitful, and fun. These rules support that objective.

3. These rules, and any modifications made to them, are to be made public, accompanying the Forum Code of Conduct.

4. The role of forum moderator is distinct from the role of forum administrator. While moderators may work closely with administrators, or even share personnel, forum administrators are under the direct authority of the CC and deal primarily with technical support, not content moderation.

Section II: Composition

5. The moderation team shall operate independently of the Continuing Committee. Every effort must be made to preserve its independence and impartiality, both in appearance and in fact.

6. The moderation team shall be composed of six (6) members, who shall be publicly identified as such on the CC forums.

6a. At least one moderator shall reside in one of the “American” time zones; at least one moderator shall reside in one of the “European” time zones.

7. The moderation team shall be chaired by a Head Moderator, who shall be the moderation team’s president and liaison to the Continuing Committee. The Head Moderator is one of the team’s six members.

8. No person shall be eligible to serve as a moderator while serving on a CC Design or Errata team, nor will such a person become eligible until one year has elapsed after the termination of such service. Because of the frequent public controversy over Design and Errata matters, any moderator who serves or recently served on such a team would have at least the appearance of a conflict of interest.

8a. Any moderator who begins service on a CC Design or Errata team resigns his or her post as moderator, effective immediately upon accepting the new position.

Section III: Appointment

9. All moderators shall be appointed by the Head Moderator.

9a. Appointments to the moderation team shall be announced privately to the moderation team at least seventy-two (72) hours before they may take effect or be announced publicly. Any moderator who objects to the appointment of a new moderator may call for a majority vote on the question.

9b. If a current moderator states an objection to a pending appointment, the Head Moderator is obliged to suspend the appointment and hold a vote. If the new appointee secures the positive support of an outright majority of current moderators in that vote, the appointment is confirmed and may take effect immediately. Otherwise, the appointment is cancelled.

10. Whenever the position of Head Moderator becomes vacant, the most senior member of the moderation team assumes his or her post on an interim basis, and is required to hold an immediate vote for a new Head Moderator. The Head Moderator shall be elected by a majority vote of the current moderators.

10a. If, after three votes, a Head Moderator has not been elected, the most senior moderator may ask the Continuing Committee to appoint a new Head Moderator instead of continuing to vote.

11. If the position of Head Moderator is vacant, and there are currently no members of the moderation team, a vote is impossible, and the Continuing Committee may appoint a new Head Moderator of its own choosing, who shall then appoint a full moderation team following the procedures written above.

Section IV: Duties

12. All moderators are required to promote and enforce the Code of Conduct, in all forums, at all times.

13. Any moderator who sanctions any user with a warning, suspension, or ban, shall communicate the sanction to the user thus sanctioned, then report the sanction to the other moderators in whatever format the Head Moderator designates.

14. The Head Moderator is responsible for maintaining clear, readily available, and fully public records of each sanction applied by the moderation team, including the date of the sanction, the reason for the sanction, the type of sanction, and previous sanctions that have been placed on the same user. (The Head Moderator is encouraged to work with the Forum Administrator to find the best way to achieve this.)

15. Moderators are empowered and encouraged to act as they see fit to maintain clean, friendly, public forums (for example: by "unstickying" sticky posts that have clearly outlived their usefulness, locking threads that have drifted off-topic, removing layout-breaking images from posts, et cetera), except in any forums which have been designated "unmoderated" under the Code of Conduct.

16. The Head Moderator is responsible for, from time to time, assigning "Community Contributor" badges to users who, in his or her discretion, have contributed to the forum environment in a special and positive way. Any other moderator or user may recommend another user to the Head Moderator for a "Community Contributor" badge, but final judgment is reserved to the Head Moderator.

Section V: Areas of Focus

17. Certain moderators may be assigned an area of focus, within which they have a special responsibility to monitor discourse, respond to reports, and enforce the forum rules. These areas of focus shall be designated by the Head Moderator.

18. The Head Moderator’s responsibilities are inherently global, and so he may never be assigned an area of special focus, and must give any such focus up upon becoming Head Moderator.

19. One moderator shall be assigned to the First Edition (1E) forums as an area of focus. A different moderator shall be assigned to the Second Edition (2E) forums in the same way. Assignments as of 13 Mar 2015: 1E - BCSWowbagger, 2E - Skrain Dukat

20. Other moderators may be assigned as the Head Moderator sees fit, or left with global responsibilities. Assignments as of 13 Mar 2015: All other mods are global.

Section VI: Appeals

21. Any user who receives any sanction from any moderator has the right to appeal that sanction to the full moderation team.

22. Upon receipt of a request for appeal, the Head Moderator shall determine whether to submit the appeal to the full moderation team.

22a. If the sanction being appealed is anything other than a formal warning or an account suspension lasting three days or less, submission to the full moderation team is mandatory. (In plain English: all serious punishments have a full appeals process guaranteed.)

22b. If the sanction being appealed is a formal warning or an account suspension lasting three days or less, the Head Moderator may, at his or her sole discretion, decline to submit the appeal to the full moderation team. If he does so, the appeal is rejected and the sanction stands.

22c. If the Head Moderator applies a sanction directly, the sanctioned user may submit their appeal request to the Most Senior Moderator, who will decide whether or not to submit the appeal to the full Moderation Team as outlined in paragraphs 22 and 22b (and must submit an appeal for a sanction beyond a three day ban as outlined in paragraph 22a).

23. Upon determining that an appeal shall be submitted to the full team, the Head Moderator (or Most Senior Moderator, as applicable) shall hold a vote of all moderators, excluding the one who applied the sanction. If a majority of remaining moderators vote to overturn the sanction, it is cancelled immediately. In any event, the user making the appeal shall be promptly notified of the outcome.

24. The successful appeal of a sanction does not imply a cause for action under Section VIII against the moderator who imposed it.

Section VII: Violating the Code of Conduct

25. Any evidence that a moderator has violated the Code of Conduct shall be reviewed by the Head Moderator, who shall decide whether to apply sanctions under the Code.

26. If any moderator ever receives a sanction under the Code of Conduct more serious than a warning, that moderator is immediately deprived of his or her position as a forum moderator, in addition to those sanctions.

27. Any evidence that the Head Moderator has violated the Code of Conduct shall be reviwed instead by the most senior member of the moderation team (other than the Head Moderator) and addressed in the same way.

Section VIII: Failure to Perform Duties

28. Any user may file a public or private complaint against a moderator who (in the opinion of that user) is failing to carry out his or her duties, or is carrying out those duties in a flagrantly unreasonable fashion. These complaints shall be reviewed by the Head Moderator.

29. If the complaint is against the Head Moderator, the most senior member of the moderation team (other than the Head Moderator) shall review it instead.

30. If the reviewer finds that the complaint has sufficient merit, the moderator in question shall receive a formal warning. If that moderator has already been warned under this section, that moderator shall instead be removed from the moderation team. The reviewer must notify the complainant of the outcome of the review within fourteen (14) days of the filing.

Section IX: Modification

31. The Head Moderator may propose amendments to these rules at any time. These amendments must be ratified by a majority of all current moderators, then published, before they may take effect.


Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask. The moderation team is here to help. :)

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While the moderation team has been enforcing this Code of Conduct since March 9th, we have been forced to recognize that we neither made sufficiently clear to the community what was included in the Code of Conduct, nor that it had gone into effect. Therefore, having discussed and voted, we have decided to vacate all four of the warnings that were issued between March 9th and March 18th. We learned quite a bit during the past week, and we are committed to enforcing the code of conduct in a fair, equitable, and transparent way going forward.

Also, the Moderation Team values feedback from the community. If you feel like the team is doing too much, not enough, right things, wrong things, etc., please tell us.

While there is currently no public forum specifically for the Moderation Team, we do monitor all of the forums and will note any feedback received. You could also communicate via PM to Iron Mike, myself, or any of the other team members if you wish to communicate privately.

The Code of Conduct is now officially in effect.

-Brian Sykes (Armus)
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Iron Mike wrote:

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask. The moderation team is here to help. :)


Can we just have a swear jar and put a $5 spot every time we curse?

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Is there a tl;Dr version?

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Naetor wrote:
Is there a tl;Dr version?


Play nice or else.

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As the team was picked at the same time, how is Armus the 'most senior moderator'? Does that just mean he is old old school?

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prylardurden wrote:
Does that just mean he is old old school?


That's because when they told him he was in charge of the Mod Squad he did this:

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The fact he was wearing the same outfit at the time, purely a coincidence...

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prylardurden wrote:
As the team was picked at the same time, how is Armus the 'most senior moderator'? Does that just mean he is old old school?


I explained this in my commentary in the Joel Bray thread. We went by seniority in the TrekCC community.

Coincidentally, Iron Mike is the most senior member by that standard, having joined approximately a week before I did back in December 2007.

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Armus wrote:
prylardurden wrote:
As the team was picked at the same time, how is Armus the 'most senior moderator'? Does that just mean he is old old school?


I explained this in my commentary in the Joel Bray thread. We went by seniority in the TrekCC community.

Coincidentally, Iron Mike is the most senior member by that standard, having joined approximately a week before I did back in December 2007.

Hadn't read that at that point.

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Armus wrote:

While the moderation team has been enforcing this Code of Conduct since March 9th, we have been forced to recognize that we neither made sufficiently clear to the community what was included in the Code of Conduct, nor that it had gone into effect. Therefore, having discussed and voted, we have decided to vacate all four of the warnings that were issued between March 9th and March 18th.



So, I'm no longer on "probation?"


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Frimmel wrote:
Armus wrote:

While the moderation team has been enforcing this Code of Conduct since March 9th, we have been forced to recognize that we neither made sufficiently clear to the community what was included in the Code of Conduct, nor that it had gone into effect. Therefore, having discussed and voted, we have decided to vacate all four of the warnings that were issued between March 9th and March 18th.



So, I'm no longer on "probation?"



Correct. There may be some IT things to work through to get the warning officially off the record, but as far as the Moderation team is concerned, everyone has a clean slate as of 3/18/2015.

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Armus wrote:
Frimmel wrote:
Armus wrote:

While the moderation team has been enforcing this Code of Conduct since March 9th, we have been forced to recognize that we neither made sufficiently clear to the community what was included in the Code of Conduct, nor that it had gone into effect. Therefore, having discussed and voted, we have decided to vacate all four of the warnings that were issued between March 9th and March 18th.



So, I'm no longer on "probation?"



Correct. There may be some IT things to work through to get the warning officially off the record, but as far as the Moderation team is concerned, everyone has a clean slate as of 3/18/2015.


Okay, then. Thank you. :thumbsup:


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Two questions on Rule #12:

1. Who shall decide what constitutes a profanity? Different dialects of English have different words that are considered profane; the Head Moderator is from a country where by my understanding a word that here is a synonym for "cheer" could there be considered profane (and if my understanding is correct, the word "barrack" is used in its place). Further, will there be equal standards for users who attempt to evade this restriction by posting profanities from languages other than English?

2. If a user quotes a post from another user that contained a profanity before it was caught by or reported to the moderation staff, will the quoter be considered to have violated this rule?

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nobthehobbit wrote:
Two questions on Rule #12:

1. Who shall decide what constitutes a profanity? Different dialects of English have different words that are considered profane; the Head Moderator is from a country where by my understanding a word that here is a synonym for "cheer" could there be considered profane (and if my understanding is correct, the word "barrack" is used in its place). Further, will there be equal standards for users who attempt to evade this restriction by posting profanities from languages other than English?

2. If a user quotes a post from another user that contained a profanity before it was caught by or reported to the moderation staff, will the quoter be considered to have violated this rule?


Two very good points. In relation to point 2, unless it's obvious that the person is intentionally quoting other posts to circumvent the language rules, I think it would be very unfair to penalise someone when they aren't the ones that are saying it.

As for point 1, other words that may cause problems:

In the US a word beginning with F that rhymes with Nanny is just another word for bum, but in the UK it's a word for female genitalia.

For some reason some people in the US think that a word beginning with C that rhymes with hunt is not offensive in the UK, when in fact it's about the most offensive thing you can say.

The R-word seems to be used by a lot of people on the internet, but it's actually very offensive to disabled people.

3. Also, what happens if someone uses a term that they aren't aware is a profanity in another language?

(To use a Trek example, in the Voyager Episode Dreadnought The Doctor says that the human name "Frederick" resembles an "impolite" term in Bolian.)

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As a concrete example of my second question in my previous post, this post and this post quoted the original version of this post. Are the posters of the two replies subject to sanctions for those posts under Rule #12?

Further, Recommendation #4B of the Working Group was:

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B. The forum administrator is asked to create and maintain a public forum where regular users may interact with the moderation team, discuss forum moderation policies, file appeals, and so forth.


When will this forum be set up, or, if it is, made public? (I realize that this is more a question for Maelwys.)

(Note that Recommendation #4A was that a private forum be created for the moderation team; I am not suggesting that that forum, should it already exist, be made public.)

Also, the thread I linked to above contravenes Rule #21 of the proposed Code of Conduct (which was not a rule adopted):

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21. Except within the designated Moderation forum, no user shall discuss sanctions (such as warns or bans) imposed by moderators on any public forum. (In other words, if you have a problem with a mod action, take it to PM or the relevant forum.)


Once the public Moderation forum is set up, will this rule be adopted?

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