Change to forum rules re. multiple usernames

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Wednesday 4 July 2007 11.29am
Please note that the forum rules have been updated to include this line:
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You may not post messages using more than one username in the same thread. Those found to be doing this are liable to be 'named and shamed'.
(NB: Some users have separate forum accounts for use at home and work. So long as it is obvious that it is the same person then both accounts may be used to post to the same thread. You may not lend weight to your own arguments by posting under multiple names/personas.)

I think all the rules can be summed up as 'be honest' and 'play fair'. Sadly there are a few dishonest people around who devalue the forum for everyone.

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Thursday 5 July 2007 9.44am
Can you let everyone know which threads these are and which users we need to look out for?

The 'The Event - Southwark Park 2007' thread seems to be a conversation between one person to me!
Thursday 5 July 2007 10.59am
I'm Jonathan K! Who is this person posting as me, above?

...if you press it, they will come.
Thursday 5 July 2007 11.21am
Sorry Jonathan K, there are at least 2 people posting on the Southwark Park thread, cos one of them was me and I was grateful for the Chas 'n' Dave news - I am neither Chas nor Dave, incidentally...
Thursday 5 July 2007 3.06pm
Sorry Jonathan K, there are at least 2 people posting on the Southwark Park thread, cos one of them was me and I was grateful for the Chas 'n' Dave news - I am neither Chas nor Dave, incidentally...
Thursday 5 July 2007 4.29pm
Gosh Ivanhoe, since when have you been JonathanK?
Friday 6 July 2007 9.14am
Since I stopped being Cathy.

...if you press it, they will come.
Friday 6 July 2007 11.29am
Am I doing anything wrong by answering questions, put to me re. The Event- Southwark Park?

Phil
TAK
Tuesday 31 July 2007 8.56am
Does anyone know how I can change my username?
Mine is all in uppercase and I would love to change it to all lower case - it reads easier!
Any tips how I do this?

Thanks
Tuesday 31 July 2007 3.38pm
Asking James nicely will probably do it

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