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Define Netiquette....

Discussion in 'Forum Chatter' started by vettacossx-alpha, May 16, 2011.

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    vettacossx-alpha Midnight Mage Member

    Like all true passionate ppl of the internet culture have done for years before us since the day of the PHREAKERS... Real hackers "try there best" to have good netiquette out of respect for the ppl we are networking with we do not act rashly... But rather through co-ordnance and planning tactically...


    Netiquette
    (short for "network etiquette" or "Internet etiquette"):

    is a set of social conventions that facilitate interaction over networks, ranging from Usenet and mailing lists to blogs and forums. These rules were described in IETF RFC 1855.[1] However, like many Internet phenomena, the concept and its application remain in a state of flux, and vary from community to community. The points most strongly emphasized about USENET netiquette often include using simple electronic signatures, and avoiding multiposting, cross-posting, off-topic posting, hijacking a discussion thread, and other techniques used to minimize the effort required to read a post or a thread. Netiquette guidelines posted by IBM for employees utilizing Second Life in an official capacity, however, focus on basic professionalism, amiable work environment, and protecting IBM's intellectual property.[2] Similarly, some Usenet guidelines call for use of unabbreviated English[3][4] while users of instant messaging protocols like SMS occasionally encourage just the opposite, bolstering use of SMS language. However, many other online communities frown upon this practice.

    To learn more of what is expected from the scene of hackers as a hole in regard to the inevitable question new folks will have...

    WTF IS NETIQUET? lol
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netiquette
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