In this spirit, we have the following expectations for our community. Primer is intended to be a place to…
Celebrate creativity and personality
When reacting to project updates or commenting on someone's post, celebrate the creativity and details that a person used to make that project their own, and the process of coming up with, sharing, and testing adventurous ideas. Additionally, when members share about themselves, their ideas, or something that they're proud of, it's your job to make them feel welcome in a club.
Give constructive, actionable feedback
When members post project updates and have things to improve, post comments that help them understand what actions they can take to improve their project, rather than sending negative messages that focus on their project being badly made or containing mistakes.
Ask questions & invite feedback
If you or another member doesn’t know something, has an idea to share, or needs some advice, post questions to the club. Invite members to give feedback on your project updates so that you can improve your projects as much as possible.
Engage in spirited debate
Primer encourages spirited debate between members. We encourage members to disagree and discuss why, and especially value lengthy debates that might stretch days or weeks. Of course, we will remove and flag comments that are discriminatory, ad hominem, or otherwise violate our Code of Conduct.
Share your resources and credit your sources
If you use a website or a tutorial to help you complete a project, sharing that resource can help another person with their own project. We also give credit to the original artist when posting other people's work.
Keep messages meaningful and relevant
When posting or sending a message on Primer make sure that it's clear what you're trying to say and that you're not repeating the same information over and over again. Be mindful to keep comments and posts relevant to the space you are in. When in live experience Rooms, these same rules apply to both chat and audio conversation.