Last Edited: 18 March 2019

These are rules that Techversity Wiki has established. No user is above them.

  1. Please respect copyright laws. Fandom™ uses the GNU Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA licenses. All articles should be compatible with at least one license.
  2. Respect every user. No cyber-bullying or harassment of any kind will be tolerated.
    1. No personal attacks. If somebody did something wrong, explain what they did wrong, why it is wrong, and how to fix it.
  3. If you want to advertise on this wiki (your Twitter page or YouTube channel, for instance), please do so on your user page.
  4. Decent edit summaries and clear, transparent explanations are highly recommended.
  5. Be bold in updating pages. It is a wiki, after all!
  6. Assume good faith. In English, try to consider that the person on the other end of the discussion is a thinking, rational being who is trying to positively contribute to the project.
  7. Don't revert edits unless you are reverting very obvious vandalism (e.g. blanking out pages, inserting text like "GET REKT", or spamming).
  8. Sign your posts on talk pages using ~~~~.
  9. Use the Preview button. It helps prevents edit conflicts and mistakes.
  10. Techversity Wiki is not any of the following:
    1. A file-hosting service. If you upload an image and it is not integrated within 1 week, we have the right to delete it without notice.
    2. A White or Yellow Pages. Phone numbers and fax numbers are not allowed on articles nor userpages.
    3. A video game guide/encyclopedia. Please go to GameFAQs or Codex Gamicus for video game related content.
  11. There is a basic style guide that articles must follow, which can be found here.
  12. We do not condone the cracking or piracy of premium software or music, and any promotion of it anywhere on the wiki is strictly forbidden and will result in a warning or a ban.
  13. All articles must be written from a neutral point of view.