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 <p>This is the FAQ for <a href="irc://irc.freenode.org/perl" title="irc://irc.freenode.org/perl">Freenode&apos;s #perl channel</a>.
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 <li class="toclevel-1"><a href="#Commonly_Asked_Questions"><span class="tocnumber">1</span> <span class="toctext">Commonly Asked Questions</span></a><ul>
 
 <h2 id="Commonly_Asked_Questions"> Commonly Asked Questions </h2>
 
-<h3 id="What_are_the_Rules_of_Conduct.3F"> What are the Rules of Conduct? </h3><ol>
+<h3 id="What_are_the_Rules_of_Conduct.3F"> What are the Rules of Conduct? </h3>
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 <li> Don&apos;t flood the channel with your paste. Instead use a pastebot - type <tt>perlbot paste</tt>. </li>
 <li> Be civil and friendly. </li>
 <li> Try to use proper English spelling, grammar, syntax, and phrasing. This will help the channel members understand your questions more easily and thus allow them to provide better answers. </li>
 <p>So don&apos;t be too strict about which language is being said.
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-<h3 id="I.27ve_become_an_Operator._What_should_I_do_now.3F"> I&apos;ve become an Operator. What should I do now? </h3><ol><li> Don&apos;t remain an operator for too long. Become an operator only to change the topic or to warn someone that he would be kicked if they continue with their abusive beahviour, or to ban an abusive person (see below). Use /msg ChanServ OP #perl $my_nick to become an operator, and de-op yourself using your IRC client to switch back and forth. </li><li> You should kick someone only if: <ol><li> They are flooding the channel. </li><li> They have been warned about being annoying or abusive at least twice, while the person who has warned them has been an op, and still continue. Do not randomly kick people without warning them. We don&apos;t want #perl to be turned into another EF-Net. </li></ol></li><li> You should ban someone only if: <ol><li> They continuously join after being kicked several times. </li><li> They are spammers who spam the channel with ads or other things like that. </li></ol></li><li> The topic should remain in good taste. Don&apos;t put material that is sexist, racist, or otherwise insulting there. </li></ol>
+<h3 id="I.27ve_become_an_Operator._What_should_I_do_now.3F"> I&apos;ve become an Operator. What should I do now? </h3>
+<ol><li> Don&apos;t remain an operator for too long. Become an operator only to change the topic or to warn someone that he would be kicked if they continue with their abusive beahviour, or to ban an abusive person (see below). Use /msg ChanServ OP #perl $my_nick to become an operator, and de-op yourself using your IRC client to switch back and forth. </li><li> You should kick someone only if: <ol><li> They are flooding the channel. </li><li> They have been warned about being annoying or abusive at least twice, while the person who has warned them has been an op, and still continue. Do not randomly kick people without warning them. We don&apos;t want #perl to be turned into another EF-Net. </li></ol></li><li> You should ban someone only if: <ol><li> They continuously join after being kicked several times. </li><li> They are spammers who spam the channel with ads or other things like that. </li></ol></li><li> The topic should remain in good taste. Don&apos;t put material that is sexist, racist, or otherwise insulting there. </li></ol>
 
 <h3 id="What_do_I_need_to_do_to_get_a_good_answer_to_my_question.3F"> What do I need to do to get a good answer to my question? </h3>