Hey everyone, Okay, you've probably noticed the room has been renamed. EagleKeeper and I agreed that it was a better name than "Debate Club" because the old name carried connotations of "officiality" that were never the intention here. The goal was civilized discussion, not formal debate. Hopefully folks will be less hesitant about posting with the new name. At the same time, I have just posted a revamped set of guidelines for the room that EagleKeeper I came up with. The basics are the same, but there are a few important clarifications and changes: First, we have emphasized that the conduct guidelines are based on following the regular AT guidelines for other techie forums (i.e. not P&N). This makes it easier for people to understand what's expected of them in terms of behavior. In a nutshell, then, if you can post it in "CPUs and Overclocking" without getting in trouble, you can post it here without getting in trouble. Second, the special guidelines for the Discussion Club have been made more clear. Third, a section has been added to describe how we plan to moderate the new room. Most notable here is a paragraph that specifies that violations of DC-specific guidelines do not lead to AT-site-wide warnings or infractions. This has been done deliberately for two reasons. First, it gives people who post here reassurance that they will not be risking their site-wide reputation and posting privileges if they run afoul of special rules that apply only here. Second, it makes the admins' jobs easier. Feedback, as always, is welcomed.