Community Guidelines

It’s Really All About Having Fun.

The Tiki Nation was created to be a fun place for people to share their common love of the ukulele and the lifestyle around it. This is a place for positive people who want to be a part of our Small Yet Mighty Ukulele Community.  Having fun, being kind and helping others are the core principles of the Tiki nation.  Please Review the Tiki Nation code of conduct and user guidelines. 

1

Keep Posts Short & Concise

Posts should be short and to the point. Long posts may be difficult to read and therefore difficult to respond to.

2

Be Kind and Courteous

We’re all in this together to create a welcoming environment. Let’s treat everyone with respect. Be positive, be kind, be supportive. 

3

No Hate Speech or Bullying, or Politics or Proselytizing.

Our goal is fun. Bullying of any kind isn’t allowed. Disparaging remarks, slander, or personal attacks on someone’s character will not be tolerated and may result in being banned. 

Politics has no place in the Tiki Nation. If you get into political debates in the Tiki Nation you may be banned.

While we encourage groups of all backgrounds and religions we strongly disaprove of proseltizing of any kind. 

4

No Promotions or Spam

Give more than you take to this group. Self-promotion, spam and irrelevant links aren’t allowed. If you own a product and are actively selling it, or are selling any unsolicited products or services to members you may be banned. 

5

Please Speak English

English is the common language among our users. Non-English posts will be removed.

Respect Everyone’s Privacy

Being part of this group requires mutual trust and respect. Authentic, expressive discussions make groups great, but may also be sensitive and private. When in doubt, ask permission.

6

Feature Requests

Do you have ideas on things you would like to see added to the Tiki Nation? We are open to suggestions.

If you have course/lesson topics you’d like to see, or fun ideas you might think other Tikis would love please let us know.

7

You Found a Bug! How to report it…

We are eternally grateful for you taking time out of your busy day to let us know you found a bug! Thank you! EMAIL [email protected] AND put “Bug Found” in subject line.

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Be Helpful and Supportive

Being part of a community can be an amazing experience. Be Helpful, supportive, kind and have as much fun as you possible can.  If you know the answer to a question, chime in! If you can support or help someone – do it. The good karma will be worth it, we promise. 

In Summary

Have fun. Be Respectful. Be Supportive. Be Kind.