Ah, my bad. I must have missed those somehow.
>Not recommended, but it's valid for board creation.
Thanks for letting me know. I might just set up a cock.li or something as a compromise, then.
>You're only obligated to enforce global rules, which basically consists of "nothing illegal" and "don't deliberately cause harm to the site".
Sounds good. I assume moderation essentially comes down to logging in as BO, and deleting posts which break global rules, spam unnecessarily, etc.?
>If you don't catch illegal content or automated spam then globals will usually step in once it's reported.
This is handy, though I'll try to make sure you don't have to.
>You can add rules as you see fit, but only you and your volunteers will enforce board rules.
>You need to log in once a month to prevent the board from going to claims.
Again, that seems fair. Does that apply to volunteers, as well? Speaking of which, how does one enlist such assistance from interested anons?
>No. Only a handful do. We have a few different options to reach us if you need support, but you don't have to stay in touch or reply ever.
That's good to know, thanks. I admit, it'd kinda kill the appeal if running a board started to feel like a job.