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: What happens in #octave stays in #octave.
 
: What happens in #octave stays in #octave.
 
; Just ask your question
 
; Just ask your question
: Do not ask to ask, do not ask if anyone knows how to use {{codeline|foo}}, just ask the question. It's the best way to know if anyone can help.
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: It's the best way to know if anyone can help.
 
; No paste
 
; No paste
 
: Do not paste code on the channel. Use a paste service such as [http://agora.octave.org/snippet/ Agora], [http://bpaste.net/ bpaste], or [http://paste.debian.net/ paste]. Use [http://picpaste.com/ picpaste] for pictures.
 
: Do not paste code on the channel. Use a paste service such as [http://agora.octave.org/snippet/ Agora], [http://bpaste.net/ bpaste], or [http://paste.debian.net/ paste]. Use [http://picpaste.com/ picpaste] for pictures.
 
; No private message without permission
 
; No private message without permission
 
: That's considered rude unless you know the other person. Always ask on the channel first and take the conversation to private.
 
: That's considered rude unless you know the other person. Always ask on the channel first and take the conversation to private.

Revision as of 06:46, 19 August 2014

There's an #octave channel on the freenode IRC servers.

Netiquette

#include <social-behaviour.h>
All other social rules apply, i.e., be nice, be respectful, be helpful, have fun.
No public logging
What happens in #octave stays in #octave.
Just ask your question
It's the best way to know if anyone can help.
No paste
Do not paste code on the channel. Use a paste service such as Agora, bpaste, or paste. Use picpaste for pictures.
No private message without permission
That's considered rude unless you know the other person. Always ask on the channel first and take the conversation to private.