We are dedicated to providing everyone a welcoming and harassment-free experience here at Astera User Community. To ensure this, all the members are required to uphold the Community Code of Conduct in how they behave and participate.
- The Astera User Community is designed for individuals aged 13 years or older.
- As a user of this forum, you agree to uphold the Community Code of Conduct, and are responsible for all the content posted through your user account.
- As a user of this forum, you are also responsible to act in compliance with all applicable local and national laws.
As a user of the Astera User Community, you agree to:
- Be professional, kind, respectful, and courteous.
- Post comments and answers that are relevant to the topic and add value to the overall conversation.
- Cite the author or source of any content that is not your own content.
- Report any member who is violating the Community Code of Conduct.
- Not threaten, abuse, insult, intimidate, or stalk or incite other users to threaten, abuse, insult, intimidate, or stalk any user or group of users based on gender, race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, or for any other reason.
- Not attempt to harvest, collect, publish, or store personally identifiable information of users.
- Not purposely misinform other users.
- Not use vulgar language, slang acronyms, or swear words in your replies.
- Not post content depicting nudity or profanity of any sort.
- Not promote or market other data management solutions.
- Not spam the forum by submitting multiple, unnecessary replies on the same topic or by submitting posts that are not relevant to the community.
- Not impersonate an Astera employee, manager, administrator, moderator, another user, or any other person.
- Not post external links to websites that violate the Community Code of Conduct.
You also understand that posting content on this forum is voluntarily and that Astera Software is under no obligation whatsoever to compensate you in any form for your voluntary contribution to the community.
You also understand that this list is not exhaustive. Please use your own judgment on appropriate behavior and help grow this forum into a community where users can freely share and enhance their product knowledge.