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20 April 2006 @ 09:59 pm
I would like my brethren to know that the mun put me up to this. But she's apparently wasted enough time on this endeavour, so let's humour her, shall we?

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20 February 2006 @ 10:56 pm
Logs can be found on a G-Mail account now:

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Current Mood: tiredtired
Current Music: Family Guy
18 February 2006 @ 07:10 pm
Heeellooo?  Anybody alive here? 

*voice echoes, drowns to silence*

Current Mood: dorky
01 October 2005 @ 05:43 pm
All right. I think I've gotten things updated on the lists, minus a few journals because I don't know if their owners want them listed or not.

If anyone can think of anything else that needs to be done, please let me know. Thanks!
08 September 2005 @ 05:43 pm
After careful consideration and the advice and consensus of the others, it's been decided that a set of rules regarding the journals should be drawn up. The following is what has been discussed and felt was needed so far.

i. Character journals are just that, the journals that belong to the characters. Posts that are marked IC are just that, IC posts. To expand upon this, they can further be marked as 'private, public, or friends only'. This means that:

a. If the mun has chosen to write an IC journal entry and mark it as 'private' but allow everyone to see it, it is still to be treated as a private entry. Other characters are not allowed to comment on it, nor are they allowed to know whatever is contained in that entry.

b. IC journal entries marked 'Friends Only' can be expanded upon to include the names of only certain people who can read it. This can be looked upon as having created certain 'friends groups' without really doing so. Information marked 'friends only' and information marked so that only certain characters can read it is only known to those people. Nobody else can know the information as well, nor should they comment.

c. Public IC entries are public knowledge and anyone can comment and know the information ICly.

ii. OOC entries can be commented upon by anyone (Atlantis or SGC) and it not to be taken IC unless otherwise noted.

iii. Commenting -- For IC entries that can be commented on, comments are to remain IC. This can be used as an extention for rp and to further character interaction if one wants. There will be no OOC comments on IC posts, and no IC comments on OOC posts. This will keep things much simpler.

iv. Journal entries can be any rating, there is no restriction on this. Because of this, it is to be understood that you could be potentially reading any kind of entry, including one's reflections on hook-ups or how someone would like to graphically skin someone else alive. It is left up to the mun to put things like that under a journal cut or not. However, if this becomes too much of a problem or too many people complain or have reservations, then this rule will be changed to reflect the consensus of the masses.

(Disclaimer: Rules have been written from the standpoint that Elliot is a real person and not, in fact, a character. Please treat them as so. This disclaimer is here for the soul reason of clarifying things and because the real mun here is lazy.)
26 August 2005 @ 01:46 pm
Can we see a new layout design for the community? I find the current one rather drab and lacking.

Thank you.
08 August 2005 @ 03:33 pm
In all actuality, I just sort of wanted to be the first person to post something here, which means that this entry really has no point.

You can all carry on now.