Comment Guidelines for this Blog


As the community participates in the ASP.NET Debugging blog, I want to offer some guidelines on how I handle comments in general.  My primary goal is for this to be a place for open discussion about ASP.NET, so I don’t want to have lots of overhead and process.

I love comments and look forward to the dialog.

Things I want to see in comments:

  • Lots of good interesting responses on ASP.NET and the posts on this blog
  • Keep it on topic
  • Keep it respectful
  • Keep it fun

Things that will get comments edited/deleted:

  • Offensive or abusive language or behavior

  • Misrepresentation (i.e., claiming to be somebody you’re not) – if you don’t want to use your real name, that’s fine, as long as your "handle" isn’t offensive, abusive, or misrepresentative

  • Blog-spam of any kind

I hope these rules will keep the discussion lively and on topic.  Hope everyone enjoys this blog now and in the future.


Comments (5)

  1. HeartattacK says:

    Could you look into something? In IE7, if I type anything on your blog, I get a “console” is undefined js error on line 9. This is extremely annoying as I have to switch over to FireSux just to comment on your blog. And that is a major “bummer”.

  2. tomchris says:

    Hopefully the console error is gone now.  Let me know if it is.

  3. Computer Repair says:

    Really simple guide, has given me an idea for a blog of my friends.

  4. xbox 360 emulator says:

    Straight to the point Tom, we all know where we stand 🙂