Palo Alto Wiki:Policy
From Palo Alto Wiki
Please adhere the following policies when working on articles and with others.
 Palo Alto Wiki's key policies
- Respect others. Treating other users with respect is key.
- Respect copyrights. Please do not submit anything that infringes copyrights.
- Only add information based on reliable sources. Please cite any outside sources you use.
 Article Standards
- Remain neutral. All articles must be free of any bias.
- Cite your sources. This not only credits a source for providing material, but it also maintains the credibility of Palo Alto Wiki.
- Respect copyrights. Refrain from copy-and-pasting information into this site. Make sure to use all images with permission and provide the copyright holder.
- No edit wars. Any dispute should be taken to an article's talk page and discussed there.
- Don't delete pages because of personal dislike. Unless the page is completely useless or wrong, don't kill it off. Instead, leave a comment concerning the page on Pawiki's talk page.
- No discussions of topics should occur in an article. Any comments or opinions about an article's content should be taken to the talk page.
 Working with Others
- Assume good faith. Deal with any disputes in a civil manner, and don't suppose the other user is acting out of spite or malice.
- Be civil. Please do not be rude or insulting. Do not make any threats, libelous statements, intentionally misleading remarks, hate speech, etc.
- When there is a conflict, go with the consensus. Majority rules, unless the minority has a very solid source backing it up.
- Be nice to new users. It's natural for them to make a mistake. Please correct them in a kind and civil manner.
- No abuse. Any current vandalism will be dealt with. Do not report any abuse unless it is ongoing. Refrain from creating sock-puppets.