PAC Community Guidelines

By Georgina Donahue posted 03-13-2020 10:05 AM


Every community has a culture and we are no different here. These community guidelines are your "rules of the road" for interacting in this space. The community guidelines are the standards to which you can hold your peers, and those which they will also expect from you. 

Community Guidelines:

  • A Little In, A Lot Out: The Community works best when everyone puts in a little time and energy, and gets a whole lot of value back out. We encourage you to be generous offering answers, support, examples, templates, or resources with others. 

  • Keep It Together: Resist the urge to cross-post a discussion topic in multiple groups. Pick one group for your post. This helps your peers build on one another's ideas instead of recreating thoughts. 

  • Proceed With Kindness: We encourage healthy debate to happen in the community but don’t tolerate bad behavior. Any posts that use aggressive, combative, obscene or otherwise inappropriate language will be removed and may result in further action.

  • Don't Be "That Guy": We don't allow sales pitches, self promotion or hard sells. If it feels a little spammy, better not post it. We also do not allow recruiting, polling or advertising here.

Do’s and Don’ts:


  • Take risks!

  • Ask for Help

  • Connect with your peers

  • Share new ideas
  • Reach out if you’ve got questions/improvements/ideas

  • Post your open role! 


  • Break the trust

  • Disrespect your peers (good life advice, really)

  • Be a stranger

Heads up: If any behavior 'toes the line' of going against the guidelines, the community management team has the final say on interpreting how it falls and what to do next. 

As always, we stand behind our belief that this community is built for you, by you. If you want to share feedback or ideas about these guidelines, reach us at