Etiquette

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  1. Try and learn.
  2. Share what you know.
  3. Unique information is more valuable than perfect presentation. Someone will correct your grammar and spelling.
  4. Avoid slang and local phrases to communicate effectively to an International English-speaking audience.
  5. Avoid violent, harsh, or otherwise colorful language.
  6. Do not argue or attempt to convice here.
  7. Experimental data is useful, but present the raw data and your conclusions as such and not as fact.
  8. When re-writing an existing text, be careful to preserve the full implications.