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Oshaberi has only two hard and fast rules:
 
Oshaberi has only two hard and fast rules:
 
* Don't make the opers angry.
 
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Not quite; the list of our rules is so short due to reliance on the common sense of our userbase. If any behaviour could be considered bad netiquette or illegal in either your jurisdiction or ours, we ask that you discontinue either that practice or the use of our network.
 
Not quite; the list of our rules is so short due to reliance on the common sense of our userbase. If any behaviour could be considered bad netiquette or illegal in either your jurisdiction or ours, we ask that you discontinue either that practice or the use of our network.
  
Any further guidelines are left up to the operators of a given channel. Network operations staff will not enforce anythign outside of these two rules.
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Any further guidelines are left up to the operators of a given channel. Network operations staff will not enforce anything outside of these two rules. If you are having a channel-specific problem, please contact the operator of that channel.
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Latest revision as of 17:59, 18 February 2015

The Rules

Oshaberi has only two hard and fast rules:

  • Don't make the opers angry.
  • Don't do anything illegal.


Really, thats it?

Not quite; the list of our rules is so short due to reliance on the common sense of our userbase. If any behaviour could be considered bad netiquette or illegal in either your jurisdiction or ours, we ask that you discontinue either that practice or the use of our network.

Any further guidelines are left up to the operators of a given channel. Network operations staff will not enforce anything outside of these two rules. If you are having a channel-specific problem, please contact the operator of that channel.