Savvity Rules of Conduct
The rules are few but important. If you feel frustrated or angry when you read something on Savvity, come back and read the rules again before you reply.
Always try to interpret what you read as if it was written with good intentions.
Always try to write as if you write to someone you like.
Savvity community hosts have the last say when it comes to interpreting compliance with the Savvity Rules of Conduct.
You are not allowed to publish posts for marketing purposes without permission.
Remember that what you write in Savvity communities can normally be seen by anyone with an internet connection and a browser and it will be here forever, like a rune stone.