Use of Chat Rooms (inc the Private Messaging facility)
The chat rooms are open all day, every day and are for the use of registered members. The chat rooms provide a welcoming, supportive environment for members to chat to each other in “real-time” and are very popular.
Use of the chat room is for registered members only, and members must adhere to our supportive ethos at all time when using our chat facilities.
Use of inappropriate language, and/or behaviour that may be considered racist, sexist, prejudice, pornographic, threatening, aggressive, antagonistic etc will not be tolerated and anyone involved in such language/behaviour will see themselves removed from the chatroom, and could face further action as deemed appropriate by the moderating team/community manager.
Anyone found “spamming” in the chatroom will face an immediate exclusion.
Use of image-sharing - members may share images with other members in the main chatroom, providing those images are not of a child under the age of 18 or inappropriate (ie pornographic; depicting violence, prejudice, or other scenarios which are not conducive to the ethos of Wikivorce).
Use of webcams and microphones in the chatroom – members may use such audio-visual equipment but again, the rules regarding language, behaviour and image/audio sharing apply. Any member found to be misusing the audio-visual facilities will face an immediate exclusion from the chat-room.
For your safety, the chat rooms are moderated, should you have any concerns about either the safety of behaviour of another member using the chat-room please contact a moderator immediately. You can also contact the Community Manager (currently rubytuesday) via Private Message. If you are uncomfortable with a situation that may be developing in the chatroom, then simply leave the chat facility and contact a moderator/Community Manager(rubytuesday) immediately.