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Posting guidelines for the discussion sub-forum
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First of all, it should be said that there are few restrictions regarding <I>what</I> you can post here (anything but memes), and we are not forcing you to do anything about <I>how</I> you post here either. With that being said, we are seeing some trends in what the different types of topics here are, and with that, we would like you to consider using any of the following templates if it seems fit for your post:

<U>Weekly Threads</U>
If you want to maintain a weekly thread, that is great, but it can get messy if everyone follows their own style on it, so here goes:
<LIST>
  • <LI>The original post of the topic should give a brief introduction/description, and if relevant it could also provide some useful links and a few examples of conversation topics. Also, if you want to specify a "level" of the discussion, you'll have to be very explicit about that. By default all weekly threads will gladly welcome questions and discussions at beginner level.</LI>
</LIST>
<LIST>
  • <LI>The title should follow this format: "Weekly ________ Thread [Week ##, 20##]"
    Week numbering: <URL url="https://www.epochconverter.com/weeknumbers">https://www.epochconverter.com/weeknumbers</URL>
    The last number is the year, to prevent duplicates in weeklys that lasts for more than a year.
    Additionally, the date range that encapsulates the week can be included in the top of the post body so that users don't have to check the week numbering.</LI>
</LIST>

<U>Showcasing</U>
If you just want to show of something you like, consider using the showcase type.
<LIST>
  • <LI>The title should follow this format: "[Showcase] __________________"</LI>
</LIST>
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