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(Special) Projects Guidance Published

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Brother Tyler

Brother Tyler


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The Special Projects forum was created to provide members with a place to conduct those projects that were too extensive or broad for the other forums. We didn't provide a lot of guidance when we created that forum, just assuming that the larger B&C rules (see the "Obey" link in my signature) were sufficient. Over time we've seen that we need more explicit guidance for special projects, so we've developed what we hope is sufficient guidance and published it here. These guidelines are intended to protect the site, providing what we hope is a fair framework for the conduct of special projects for the enjoyment of hobbyists.

And while the name is "Special Projects Guidance," the guidance applies to all projects conducted at the B&C, whether within the Special Projects forum or elsewhere. Common sense applies - we're not telling you that you have to turn your 6th Cohort Alpha Legion PLOG into a downloadable product, or that you have to turn your idea for a homegrown rule to improve faction X into a downloadable product. The key is to remember that we conduct projects for the enjoyment and benefit of all hobbyists, not for material benefit.

Consider these rules an extension of the basic B&C forum rules (and I've provided a link in those rules).

These guidelines are retroactive, applying to existing special projects. If you're involved in a special project, especially if you are the project leader, you need to review these guidelines. We'll understand if some groups decide to take their projects elsewhere, though we hope that doesn't happen.
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