I love Reddit for everything that it is. I love it so much that I took their Reddiquette, changed it, and made the Tediquette. Why? This was done because I believe in a civil community that benefits from sharing quality information. This applies to everyone to include myself. Rarely will I respond if I don't have anything additional to add to the content. I will give it a like or something like that and move on. The Tediquette is there to guide you, the Team, Moderators and myself. This community should be built on high-quality content that brings people in. Having a post that doesn't add to the conversation or a flame fest adds nothing as a whole. I will admit that I moderate harshly. Facebook groups hardened me I believe in quality content, grammar, punctuation, and communicating meaningful thoughts. I also understand that not everyone is perfect and I am very aware of where the balance is. I ask you to take a read through the Teddiquette and see what is there. The community deserve content they can gain from. It's more than just the content, it's the way we hold ourselves in the community as well. Edit December 20, 2016: I moderate harshly against people selling, spamming, taking advantage of the community or someone in it. I moderate harshly against the people with ill-intent. I am adding this to clarify that I don't moderate harshly as in "I would be a jerk to anyone and everyone". This niche comes with a lot of negatives as well as the positives. You'll also note it's why the Teddiquette applies to all of us to include myself. Again, just for clarity as someone took it as "Nah, not a fan of having moderators up my ass." on Twitter. I have no intention on being up anyone's ass, but I guess I needed to add it in case someone else thinks that's how things are around here. Hope this helps for others thinking about joining.