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The Break Room (Non-Technical Discussions)

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Guidelines for Board Participation

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12-13-2012 10:50 AM

We expect all our forum members to abide by the community ground rules outlined here, no matter which board or thread they're participating in. Since this particular board covers a broader swath of topics, though, we're putting a few more guide ropes in place for conversations happening here.


  1. Protect privacy. It's completely up to you how much you share about yourself. That being said, this is a public forum, so if you wouldn’t want something to be seen out in the Internet wild, don't put it here. Also refrain from sharing others’ information or details of one-to-one conversations unless you’ve received explicit permission to do so.
  2. Stay relevant. Do your best to stay on topic when crafting posts. If an idea pops into your head for a new conversation topic, you’re welcome to start a new thread. If you have a question about a specific product, return to the forum homepage and find the product category you're looking for to ensure you post your question in the appropriate place. We won't be answering product questions here.
  3. Be respectful. Please refrain from making religious, political, or lewd remarks. Well-thought-out opinions are welcome, but we will not tolerate derogatory comments or personal attacks on other users.

Forum community managers and moderators reserve the right to remove conversations or users that violate community guidelines. If you see content that you feel is inappropriate, please don't hesitate to notify our moderation team by clicking the "Report Inappropriate Content" link located at the bottom of each post.

Teresa Basich
Community Manager
Autodesk, Inc.
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