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Before You Are Eligable To Request A Group

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06-18-2011, 02:14 AM #1
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Before You Are Eligable To Request A Group
Here's a list of things that make you eligable or not in regards to PM'ing me about a new group you want to lead.

Guidelines
  1. You must have 200 posts
  2. It must be related to the forum itself, we don't need any unnecessary groups being created
  3. It cannot be similar to any current official groups
  4. You must have no warning level at the time
  • Important: Only1 group request per user for all members who meet these requirements

If you do not meet these guidelines you are not eligible to request a group in order to post a recruitment thread here, and you may or may not be warned as a minor infraction.
This post was last modified: 07-06-2011, 09:18 PM by KoBE.


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07-06-2011, 09:21 PM #2
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RE: Before You Are Eligable To Request A Group
I changed the Post Requirement to 200. Having it set at 500 seemed a bit steep. Even once a member hits the 200 mark, the group will still need to be approved, therefore we can use further evaluation on whether the member and group is worthy.

07-06-2011, 10:17 PM #3
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RE: Before You Are Eligable To Request A Group
The main reason I had it set to 500 is because even though they have to be approved, we'll have a lot more requests for groups if it's at a lower number, whereas if the post requirement was higher someone might take the time to suggest a decent group instead of just something random so that they can moderate their own sub community of people on the forum. It's up to you though


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