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  1. Welcome to our community! This is a place for DataJournalism.com members to connect with one another, discuss interesting topics and help each other. We'd love to get to know you a bit better, please introduce yourself! If you're stuck for things to say, here are a few ideas: Where you're from or where you live now Where you work (are you a journalist? coder? designer?) What you're looking for in DataJournalism.com Are you following any of the courses?
  2. Welcome to the DataJournalism.com community! This is a space for all data journalism enthusiasts to connect, help each other, and discuss data journalism. If you need help with how to use DataJournalism community, or if you are having a problem with the Forum platform, please email me. If you need help with a course you're enrolled into, please visit the Discussion Forums for that course. Here are a few quick tips for getting started: Introduce yourself - we would love to get to know you better! Setup your notifications, so you get notified when new replies or topics are posted. Fill out your profile - people will be more likely to respond to you if they know something about you and if you have a picture to represent you. Don't be shy - every new opinion, different perspective, and every question, no matter how simple or advanced, makes this community better. As long as you follow our Code of Conduct, all posts are welcome! If you're replying to someone or you know someone would be interested in your post, type @ and then their username and select their name from the list to @mention them. This tags them in your post and sends them a notification that you have tagged them. Be thoughtful when using this feature - only use it when you think the other person will appreciate it. If you have any questions about how to use this community, feel free to post them here.
  3. We Are a Community Welcome to DataJournalism.com! Here in our forums, you can discuss all things data journalism. Whether that’s about the latest challenge you have, a question on a specific problem, or just a comment on an ongoing conversation, we hope you’ll jump in with both feet, just like you were embarking on any other adventure. Of course in order to make sure that DataJournalism’s community spaces remain welcoming and enriching to all, there are a few rules and suggestions to keep in mind when engaging in our forums. This Is a Civilised Place for Public Discussion Please treat this discussion forum with the same respect you would any communal space. Our forums are a shared community resource—a place to share experiences, knowledge, and interests through ongoing conversation. Your Participation Counts The conversations we have here set the tone for everyone. Help us influence the future of this community by choosing to engage in discussions that make this forum an interesting place to be—and avoiding those that do not. Our forums provide tools that enable the community to collectively identify the best (and worst) contributions: favorites, bookmarks, likes, flags, replies, edits, and so forth. Use these tools to improve your own experience, and everyone else’s, too. Improve the Discussion Be respectful of the topics and the people discussing them, even if you disagree with some of what is being said. Help us make this a great place for discussion by always working to improve the discussion in some way, however small. If you are not sure your post adds to the conversation, think over what you want to say and try again later. One way to improve the discussion is by discovering ones that are already happening. Please spend some time browsing the topics before replying or starting your own, and you’ll have a better chance of meeting others who share your interests. Keep It Tidy Make the effort to put things in the right place, so that we can spend more time discussing and less cleaning up. So: Don’t start a topic in the wrong category. Don’t cross-post the same thing in multiple topics. Don’t post no-content replies. Don’t divert a topic by changing it midstream. Don’t sign your posts — every post has your profile information attached to it. Rather than posting “+1” or “Agreed”, use the Like button. It’s a little heart. It makes people feel good to get a lot of them. Rather than taking an existing topic in a radically different direction, use Reply as a New Topic. Post Only Your Own Stuff You may not post anything digital that belongs to someone else without permission. You may not post descriptions of, links to, or methods for stealing someone’s intellectual property (software, video, audio, images), or for breaking any other law. Never post the personal information of yourself or others in the forums, including phone numbers, addresses, passwords, or any other sensitive data. Always Be Civil Be civil. Don’t post anything that a reasonable person would consider offensive, abusive, or hate speech. Postings or verbiage that are construed as bullying, insulting, belittling, inflammatory, shaming, racist, sexist, homophobic, or generally prejudiced will not be tolerated. Again, just be kind. Keep the language, links, and images safe for family and friends. Respect each other. Don’t harass anyone, impersonate people, or expose their private information. Don’t make assumptions about people’s genders, race, age, personal lives, etc. If you’re in doubt and have to know, politely ask. But be sure that you respect their privacy. If someone doesn’t want to talk about something, that is their right. Respect our forum. Don’t post spam or otherwise vandalise the forum. These are not concrete terms with precise definitions—avoid even the appearance of any of these things. If you’re unsure, ask yourself how you would feel if your post was featured on the front page of The New York Times. Be Agreeable, Even When You Disagree You may wish to respond to something by disagreeing with it. That’s fine. But, remember to criticise ideas, not people. Please avoid: Name-calling Ad hominem attacks Responding to a post’s tone instead of its actual content Knee-jerk contradiction Instead, try to provide reasoned counter-arguments that improve the conversation. If You See a Problem, Flag It Moderators have special authority; they are responsible for this forum. But so are you. With your help, moderators can be community facilitators, not just janitors or police. When you see bad behaviour, don’t reply. It encourages the bad behaviour by acknowledging it, consumes your energy, and wastes everyone’s time. Just flag it. If enough flags accrue, action will be taken, either automatically or by moderator intervention. Moderators do not preview new posts in any way; the moderators and site operators take no responsibility for any content posted by the community. In order to maintain our community, moderators reserve the right to remove posts, delete accounts, both in the forums and on DataJournalism.com, without warning, and at their discretion, for any reason, at any time. Let’s keep it simple: if you are abusive in the forums, you may be banned without warning, discussion, or recourse. Terms of Service Yes, legalese is boring, but we must protect ourselves – and by extension, you and your data – against unfriendly folks. We have a Terms and Conditions describing your (and our) behaviour and rights related to content, privacy, and laws. To use this service, you must agree to abide by our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. Let’s talk data journalism together! With all of the internet etiquette out of the way, let’s get talking! The DataJournalism.com forums are a reflection of the experiences and people posting in them, and your contributions will help shape the atmosphere and direction of the space as it continues. Together we can create a hub of shared experience that reminds us all that the world, and the internet, is still full of wonder and possibility.
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