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Re: The 'Forgotten' TOS Terms and Conditions (The Fine Print)

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I think I did this once, but now I've forgotten how to look at the revsion history...

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Post Revision History

Technically only moderators can see the revision history of a post. I know this is somewhat problematic for most people here, but usually the changes aren't dramatic. If I could, in this forum only, enable viewing of revision history, I would. But - It's hard coded in as a user group permission and is applicable across all forums. For the most part, the revision history of a post is something we wouldn't want to make available to every Registered Visitor because sometimes posts are edited for content (thus the tracking, so any of the 30 plus moderators can see what has been edited) where we don't want the original text available to the public for one reason or the other. For 'transparency', I do have the option to let Registered Visitors see that a post has been edited or 'soft' deleted.

I will admit I could take the time and do strike throughs, color coding and such when I do revisions (ala MS Word tracking or such) but that really takes a lot of time. IF there are any really significant revisions I'll do something like that.

Most of what I'm doing right now are clarifications rather than significant changes.

You've been around a long time. If you would like to volunteer to help moderate a forum, let me or one of the other moderators know...

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Re: TOS (Terms of Service) - Elsmar Cove Forum Registration and Use TOS

This is a bump. Currently, one of the most common violation is section 3.

3. POSTS by VENDORS (SUPPLIERS) and CONSULTANTS - COMMERCIAL POSTS
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Re: TOS (Terms of Service) - Elsmar Cove Forum Registration and Use TOS

The terms of service are a hoot.
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Re: TOS (Terms of Service) - Elsmar Cove Forum Registration and Use TOS

Sorry specifically the fine print.
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Re: TOS (Terms of Service) - Elsmar Cove Forum Registration and Use TOS

Sorry I hope I am not asking something that was answered elsewhere. I read the TOS and the form policy and didn't get a real feel for it.

Are we able to post a job opening here? I'm not part of any job head hunter company etc.. but thought it might be a good place to see if there is an auditor/QA analyst in my area looking for a permanent job.

Please let me know.

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I Say... Re: TOS (Terms of Service) - Elsmar Cove Forum Registration and Use TOS

You can post a job opening, it is free, and you can also put a link and/or email to reach you in a post in the job opening threads.

Job Openings go here: Job Openings, Consulting and Employment Opportunities

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I first tried posting this under General Rules and Guidelines, but noticed that both threads say TOS. So not sure where the best place is. What all counts as a post? I have started several threads and posted on my own thread. But my post count was still 0. Do those not count?

And how do you respond to someone if you're not allowed to send private messages and they have no contact information in their profile?
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