Sylverant Forum Rules - UPDATED February 4, 2012

Sylverant is a homebrew open source server for Phantasy Star Online. Dreamcast users still play PSO online with this server even today! This is the official forum for both the online game server as well as the open source project itself. Feel free to post and get a gathering started online! We can also show you how to get connected!

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Sylverant Forum Rules - UPDATED February 4, 2012

Post by BlueCrab » Sat Sep 11, 2010 9:55 pm

All rules of the DCEmu forums here apply in full, so take a look at the following topic for those:

Also, as DCEmu and Sylverant are hosted in the US, you are expected to follow US law in your discussions here. See the following topic for more info about that:
Legalities in the US

As a result of those two topics, a few rules for this forum should become apparent:
  • No asking for ISOs of any version of PSO (or any other game, for that matter), period. Any topics violating this one will be locked/deleted immediately. Do not ask, and if anyone asks, do not point them at any ISOs.
  • Do not post links to ISOs of any version of PSO (or any other copyrighted materials you don't have the right to distribute). Really just a restatement of the first rule here.
  • Staff decisions are final. If a member of the staff of DCEmu makes a decision to lock/delete a topic, do not complain about it.
  • Use common sense. Don't do anything illegal. For that matter, don't post anything you wouldn't want your mother/father/grandparents/siblings/etc. to see.
  • Have fun! Not really a rule, but something you should strive to do anyway.
  • Do not flood the forum with an endless stream of new topics. If you have a quick question, use the PSO Questions & Answers topic to ask it. Do not make a new topic just for one little question. Basically, if your topic won't garner a decent conversation, consider whether it actually should be a new topic. :wink: Topics created to ask simple questions may be merged into that topic without notice. Repeated violations may result in other punishments.
These rules may be updated at a later date if they need to be. By posting here you agree to adhere to them.

  • February 4, 2012: Added rule about the Q&A topic.