Recently I was reading on several of the discussion threads and I found a few comments concerning certain community members' violations of these rules. I had never heard of them before now, so I googled them, desiring to learn more about them. Even after my google search, I don't feel that I fully understand them. Would anyone care to enlighten me on the subject with a more than superficial explanation of each of the six rules? Perhaps you could take just one rule and explain it a bit, allowing others to explain the remaining rules? Any help here would be appreciated. Thank you.

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