Policies and Guidelines
These pages outline Policies and Guidelines for using and interacting with Open Foresight Hub.
Founding Principles - Shared principles designed to foster respect, trust, and open exchange.
Core Content Policies - Describes four overarching policies meant to uphold the general integrity, reliability, and quality of all content on Open Foresight Hub: neutral point-of-view, verifiability and reliability, originality and attribution, and notability and relevance.
General Notability Guidelines - Guidelines to help contributors decide whether an article is suitable for Open Foresight Hub, and if so which namespace it belongs in.
Username Policy - Guidelines for selecting a username.
Conduct Policies - Outlines acceptable behavior by, and between, users on Open Foresight Hub to foster a welcoming and diverse community of contributors.
Dispute Resolution Policy - Guidelines for how users should resolve content and editing disputes.
Warning Policy - Users breaking Open Foresight policy will typically receive three official warnings.
Banning Policy - Repeated violations of policy or serious offenses may result in a temporary ban. Repeated offenses will result in longer bans.
Blocking Policy - If offenses continue after multiple bans, users may be blocked from editing Open Foresight Hub.