MODERATION CHARTER

How to make it through moderation? How to achieve true success on the platform? Rather than a (very) long presentation, we will proceed with a few humorous (feline) examples to explain our moderation policy. Of course, regardless of the moderation action that the Make.org teams carry out, your idea is yours and it is not our responsibility to change the meaning or the overall syntax of your proposal.

How to make it through moderation?

1.
We should formulate a single idea for each proposal. Do you have two ideas? Create two proposals !
Don't
« Kittens need to drink less milk and flea shots need to be reimbursed by social security »
Do
« Kittens need to drink less milk »
+
« Flea shots need to be reimbursed by social security »
2.
We should not make offensive or discriminatory comments (we abide by the law here!).
Don't
« Red cats should be fed but not tabby cats »
will not be accepted at Make.org
Don't
« We should be clean. Alley cats never bathe. »
will not be accepted at Make.org
3.
We should focus on ideas rather than support or denigrate public figures. Submit the idea, not the party or the person!
Don't
« We should ban plastic leashes as proposed by Chat Botté during the presidential election »
Do
« We should ban plastic leashes »
4.
We should limit rudeness. If serving an idea, perhaps. If serving only vulgarity itself, never at Make.org!
Don't
« We should get rid of all these stupid politician cats that only talk B.S. », no no.
Why not
« We should have an organisation that corrects the stupidity of politician cats », why not.

How to be successful at Make.org?

1.
Use the search function to verify if your idea is already on the site (strength in numbers!)
2.
Remember to clarify your idea in order to earn more votes. A word is sometimes enough to be more concrete!
Not recommended
« We should have more Europe »
Great!
« We should give more resources to the European Union of cats »
Not recommended
« We should reduce unemployment among young cats »
Great!
« We should create an Employment Hub for young cats »
3.
Make yourself understood as best as possible by adopting language that is accessible to everyone!
Not recommended
« We should have a preparatory year at the college of cats »
 Great!
« We should have a generalist year before choosing one’s major at the college of cats »
Not recommended
« The ACH should organise a screening for claw cancer »
Great!
« The Agency for Cat Health should organise a screening for claw cancer »
4.
Ban your proposal of #, @ and others LOL. It is 140 characters but this isn’t Twitter ;-)
Not recommended
« We should reduce the tax on entrepreneur cats #competitiveness! »
Great!
« We should reduce the tax on entrepreneur cats to make them competitive! »
5.
Go, go, go !

The fight against the diffusion of false information on the Internet has become a major issue for civil society, the media, government authorities and, above all, the citizens who are subjected to it. We are very anxious to ensure the truth of information posted on our website and in this Charter we set out the measures we adopt to this end.