Comments Policy

Here at Endangered Languages and Cultures, we fully welcome your opinion, questions and comments on any post, and all posts will have an active comments form. However if you have never commented before, your comment may take some time before it is approved. Subsequent comments from you should appear immediately.

We will not edit any comments unless asked to, or unless there have been html coding errors, broken links, or formatting errors. We still reserve the right to censor any comment that the administrators deem to be unnecessarily derogatory or offensive, libelous or unhelpful, and we have an active spam filter that may reject your comment if it contains too many links or otherwise fits the description of spam. If this happens erroneously, email the author of the post and let them know. And note that given the huge amount of spam that all WordPress blogs receive on a daily basis (hundreds) it is not possible to sift through them all and find the ham.

In addition to the above, we ask that you please observe the Gricean maxims:

  1. Be relevant
    That is, stay reasonably on topic.
  2. Be truthful
    This goes without saying; don’t give us any nonsense.
  3. Be concise
    Say as much as you need to without being unnecessarily long-winded.
  4. Be perspicuous
    This last one needs no explanation.

We permit comments and trackbacks on our articles. Anyone may comment. Comments are subject to moderation, filtering, spell checking, editing, and removal without cause or justification. Comments with more than two URLs will be blocked.

All comments are reviewed by comment spamming software and by the site administrators and may be removed without cause at any time. Again, we repeat: We reserve all rights of refusal and deletion of any and all comments and trackbacks.

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