We’ve had a fun week here on IdeaStorm, so
just as a friendly reminder, we are posting the principles for the community.
- Be civil – Civil and
constructive dialogue is expected from everyone involved in the ideas
and commentaries. We’ll remove anything that is inappropriate,
inaccurate, profane or defamatory. Needless to say, spam will not be
tolerated. The site will be moderated by the community – users can and
should flag any inappropriate materials and notify Dell for removal.
- Be relevant –
IdeaStorm is dedicated to the discussion of ideas and improvements
related to Dell products and services and related technology. That does
not mean any topic or issue related to Dell. IdeaStorm is not the
appropriate channel to seek technical support or inquire about an order.
Dell provides a number of online channels for customers to share views,
learn how to use our products, or seek resolution on a service issue –
please make sure you use the channel that suits your needs.
- Be yourself – The goal
of IdeaStorm is to encourage the sharing and discussion of individual
ideas, comments and solutions. We hope you will contribute your own
ideas and comments. Please, no pitching for commercial interests.
- Be interesting –
Ultimately, the value of this site is in the ideas presented and the
level of discourse. All users should foster a creative and valuable
exchange of ideas.
- Be honest and ethical
– Users should follow basic legal restrictions just as they should on
any other Web site – for example, not infringing on any patent or
copyright or sharing any confidential information. Read more about this
in the IdeaStorm
Terms of Service.