Policy & Rules
Dotsrc.org has a strong policy against any binary material or HTML in usenet postings. We believe that Usenet is for communication - not for binary exchange.
As a consequence of this, we do not carry any binary group and we do have a rather aggressive anti-spam filtering system which also cleans out binaries, HTML postings etc.
The filter also ensures compliance with RFC1036 - especially with regard to using Re: (and not Sv:) in the Subject line in replies to postings.
Users of the Dotsrc.org USENET news server are required to follow this set of rules. Disregarding the rules may cause termination of access privileges
without further notice!
It is required to use the accurate personal name (also called "real name") in each posting, particularly in the From: or Sender: field. It is not sufficient to include your name in the signature solely.
Accurate Sender Address:
The e-mail address in From: or Sender: fields must belong to you. Using identifiers of other individuals is not permitted.
Most hierarchies of Usenet have their own netiquette and guidelines. Users should pay attention to the relevant policies.
No Commercial Usage:
This server is liable to the rules of Darenet, the Danish research Nework. Therefore particularly commercial or for-profit activities are prohibited.
It is inadmissible to use this server to post SPAM. (To spam Usenet means to send many identical or nearly-identical messages separately to a large number of Usenet newsgroups.)
No Control Messages:
Users are not allowed to post control messages at this server. The only exception is to cancel your own articles.
No Third-Party Cancels:
No user is allowed to cancel any article other than his or her own.