Sololearn rules are available on the sitehidden in plain view. I think they should be available in the Q&A for everybody to read before using the app. below is an extract of the CONTENT CREATION GUIDELINES https://www.sololearn.com/Content-Creation-Guidelines/ TERMS OF SERVICE https://www.sololearn.com/Privacy-Policy/ Edit: here is an easier to read/navigate html version as per Krishna request. https://code.sololearn.com/W4YS4qBbvkrZ/?ref=app
4/13/2017 7:56:16 AMseamiki
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Thank you for posting this. I think it SL should really place them links on the front page.
This is helpful now. It will become very helpful if you post this as a web code.
Basic Terms 2.1 You must be 13 years or older to use this site. 2.2 You are responsible for any activity that occurs under your screen name. 2.3 You are responsible for keeping your password secure. 2.4 You must not abuse, harass, threaten, impersonate or intimidate other SoloLearn users. 2.5 You may not use the SoloLearn service for any illegal or unauthorized purpose. International users agree to comply with all local laws regarding online conduct and acceptable content. 2.6 You must not modify, adapt or hack SoloLearn or modify another website so as to falsely imply that it is associated withSoloLearn. 2.7. You must not sell, lease, lend, convey, redistribute, or sublicense to any third party all or any portion of SoloLearn Content and Services. 2.7.1 You must not access SoloLearn’s private API by any other means other than the SoloLearn’s Android application or sololearn.com website. 2.8 You must not transmit any worms or viruses or any code of a destructive nature. 2.9 You must not, in the use of SoloLearn, violate any laws in your jurisdiction (including but not limited to copyright laws). 2.10 Violation of any of these agreements will result in the termination of your SoloLearn account.
CONTENT CREATION GIUDELINES 2 ....Personal attacks or disparagement of other users or their content is not tolerated. Every community member should be respectful and considerate, and assume that other people are also trying to make SoloLearn a great development resource. This means respecting opposing or differing opinions, beliefs, and conclusions; making an effort to listen to and understand others with whom you may disagree; and encouraging others to also be welcoming and respectful. If your content/post is not specifically on-topic, it can be deleted. There are two types of content deletions on SoloLearn: Deletions made by the user who added the post. After adding a post, the original poster has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the post. Deletions made to questions by SoloLearn moderators, in case: Content is created with the purpose of attracting spam content. Posts that are incoherent or otherwise impossible to answer meaningfully, and would not be improved by straightforward edits. Posts that focus on the promotion of a product or service. Posts that include inappropriate language, content, or reference. In the Q&A Discussions section, all other content, except for Q&A: Content that is merely poorly composed or unclear should be improved or tagged for improvement, rather than removed. If any member violates any of the above guidelines, the administrators and moderators reserve the right to remove the content. A notice will be sent to the posting member. Any continuous violation of these rules will result in a permanent ban of the particular member’s account. The administrators and moderators will apply appropriate measures, depending on the effects of the rules that have been violated. If you feel your question has been unfairly deleted, or you have any questions concerning these rules, please contact us via [email protected]
CONTENT CREATION GUIDELINES 1 SoloLearn is a community of coders of all ages who come together to learn; interact with each other; grow professionally and personally; and both provide help to and receive help from their peers. Mutual acceptance and respect are core SoloLearn values that have been nurtured by our community from day one. With that in mind, we ask all community members to follow these simple rules in order to create an atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable, creative, and appreciated. SoloLearn's policies are based on two key principles: Posts by SoloLearn community members should be programming-related and aimed at helping individual learners and community members improve their programming skills by creating a respectful resource base. Posts may also focus on improving aspects of the platform and providing the community with improved content, whenever applicable. Personal attacks....continues
@krishna done, question updated
Is it possible to ammend and/or contribute to the rules?! 😎
@Tusiime, you can send your suggestion to SL via the feedback functiomality of the app or by email. The posted rules are just copied from the links provided as there is no mention of them within the android app.
Very well then!