Rules of Group:
1: Use common sense. Observe the initial reason why the group was set up
in the first place. If it is for work purposes, keep it to that. Not everyone
appreciates prayers and not everyone has the same sense of humour as you. The group is setup to communicate information about the village and festival. This communication would include social events.
2: Be aware of time. There are very few instances that warrant sending a
message at inappropriate times of the day. Telling someone that you have a
sick pet is unacceptable. Telling the group about something on in PB is
acceptable.Doing this at 2.30am is not. Not everyone is awake at 2am and not everyone has thier group on mute. Consider the time of night and what you are messaging. After 9pm and before 7am it is an emergency message.
3: Do not argue over petty issues. This is not a group to argue about issues. Take it off line and directly with the person.
4: Know the definition of a group. Do not only constantly refer to one
person, as this does not fit the definition of the word “group”.
Saying thank you for a communication is not relevent to the group.
Send a personal message to someone to thank them. Don't send messages that are not relvent to the majority of the group. "Thanks for letting me know" is no relevent to the group.
5: For the love of all things good, do not post those lame forwarded
messages. “Forward this message to 10 people within three minutes
and you will see: absolutely nothing will happen.” If you want a group for this type of messaging we can set one up just for you. No one else wants this message.
6: Repeat rule number one. Before sending any message consider if relevent to the group.