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  • @raindog308 said:
    We do not allow threads asking for the community to stress test or throughput test an IP, URL, or any other network resource. The potential for DDOS abuse is too great. Rules have been updated to reflect this.

    Yeah it seems like such requests have been popping up now and then.

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  • @raindog308 said:
    We do not allow threads asking for the community to stress test or throughput test an IP, URL, or any other network resource. The potential for DDOS abuse is too great. Rules have been updated to reflect this.

    Wasnt that covered under the white-hat clause already?

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  • @teamacc said:

    @raindog308 said:
    We do not allow threads asking for the community to stress test or throughput test an IP, URL, or any other network resource. The potential for DDOS abuse is too great. Rules have been updated to reflect this.

    Wasnt that covered under the white-hat clause already?

    No doubt, but at the same time, stating it explicitly makes it a rule that is easy to cite and leaves no room for ambiguity

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  • teamacc said: Wasnt that covered under the white-hat clause already?

    Yes, though it's possible some people may have opened those types of threads with honest intentions. Just clarifying that we can't tell what people's intentions are so these kinds of threads are not allowed.

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  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @trewq said:

    • Speed Qualifiers: We ask you to meet some pretty low minimums to qualify for the Provider tag (5 posts, 14 days). When you spam five quick "+1 good idea" replies to get to the limit, it disappoints us.

    Just for some clarification, it's actually 15 posts correct?

  • doghouchdoghouch Member
    edited November 2019

    @Delong said:

    @trewq said:

    • Speed Qualifiers: We ask you to meet some pretty low minimums to qualify for the Provider tag (5 posts, 14 days). When you spam five quick "+1 good idea" replies to get to the limit, it disappoints us.

    Just for some clarification, it's actually 15 posts correct?

    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/153228/rules-for-selling-on-lowendtalk-updated-july-2019/p1

    PS: You’ve essentially told us all that you’ve either 1) neglected to read the selling rules; or 2) are posting seemingly legitimate questions to get to fifteen posts.

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  • @doghouch said:

    @Delong said:

    @trewq said:

    • Speed Qualifiers: We ask you to meet some pretty low minimums to qualify for the Provider tag (5 posts, 14 days). When you spam five quick "+1 good idea" replies to get to the limit, it disappoints us.

    Just for some clarification, it's actually 15 posts correct?

    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/153228/rules-for-selling-on-lowendtalk-updated-july-2019/p1

    PS: You’ve essentially told us all that you’ve either 1) neglected to read the selling rules; or 2) are posting seemingly legitimate questions to get to fifteen posts.

    In the OP of THIS current thread (community rules) it's listed as 5 posts, at least at the time of him posting that comment.

    So his question is very legitimate and the text in the OP of this thread should be updated.

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  • DelongDelong Member, Provider
    edited November 2019

    doghouch said: PS: You’ve essentially told us all that you’ve either 1) neglected to read the selling rules; or 2) are posting seemingly legitimate questions to get to fifteen posts.

    I didn't neglect to read the selling rules nor am I trying to drum up a post count. Just seeking clarification. This thread and the other were conflicting. With this stating it was updating in November 2019.

    teamacc said: In the OP of THIS current thread (community rules) it's listed as 5 posts, at least at the time of him posting that comment.

    So his question is very legitimate and the text in the OP of this thread should be updated.

    Thanks. The way I see it is I'd get the proper information and allow the mods to update the relevant posts.

  • @Delong said:
    I didn't neglect to read the selling rules nor am I trying to drum up a post count. Just seeking clarification. This thread and the other were conflicting. With this stating it was updating in November 2019.

    My bad. It's rare to see someone post something legitimate in this thread :/

  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @doghouch said:
    My bad. It's rare to see someone post something legitimate in this thread :/

    No problem and completely understand. I've seen a quite a few people spamming random comments or necroing dead threads. Typically named ABCXYZHost variant trying to hit that post count.

  • is there any shortest version of this rules?

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  • @masedi said:
    is there any shortest version of this rules?

    Yes. Break one and getting banned is the shortest version.

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  • @masedi said:
    is there any shortest version of this rules?

    1) Don't be a dick.
    2) The end is nigh.

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  • @masedi said:
    is there any shortest version of this rules?

    Only have 2 lines in your signature.

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    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • @masedi said:
    is there any shortest version of this rules?

    Why do I have the impression that you're pointing a gun at us?

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  • @masedi said:
    is there any shortest version of this rules?

    Yes, but it's well hidden and you'll have to find it. :tongue:

    Don't be so serious. It's just a forum. No one cares what you think anyway.

  • CloudconeCloudcone Member, Provider
    edited November 2019

    The LET Support desk does not allow login or creating tickets, anything wrong there?

    Nvm... Found https://support.lowend.party

  • @masedi said:
    is there any shortest version of this rules?

    They’re pretty short...unless you don’t read much.

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  • Sir. I have a free vpn product. And i want to share to LET.
    is it allowed?

  • hzrhzr Member, Moderator
    edited December 2019

    naufalbdno said: is it allowed?

    For you, no. But thanks for asking. You can consider a provider tag in a few months.

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  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @Cloudcone said:
    The LET Support desk does not allow login or creating tickets, anything wrong there?

    Nvm... Found https://support.lowend.party

    The original help desk has been fixed for a few weeks. All new activity should be directed to:

    https://support.lowendtalk.com

    Jon Biloh
  • hi, understood the rules but what if i wanted to promote newly offers from some providers as affiliation? should i post new threat or signature?
    i wanted to help and wanted to get help as well, don't want spaming n all.

    Thanks

  • @shaneleur said: hi, understood the rules but what if i wanted to promote newly offers from some providers as affiliation? should i post new threat or signature?

    You shouldn't post new threat

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

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