Commenting policy

We’d love to hear your comments on any post you see on blurb it. In fact, we’d love you to write articles for blurb it.

We ask that all contributors to blurb it stick to the following policies when commenting or writing posts.

  • Anyone may comment on any post found on blurb it and all comments will be moderated by the blurb it team at Gold Coast City Council libraries. We approve comments as quickly as possible, but sometimes it might take a little while for your comment to appear on the site.
  • Never give out any personal information or information that can identify you. For example, don’t put your email address in a comment. (Note: We ask for your email address when you provide a comment, but we will never give it out to anyone.)
  • Be respectful of other contributors.
  • It’s fine to disagree with someone else’s opinion, but please make sure your criticism is constructive.
  • It goes without saying that you should use appropriate language – no swearing, please!
  • Anything you post should be your own work – please respect other people’sand other organisations’ copyright.
  • Any links you include in your comments or posts should be tosites relevant to the discussion.
  • From time-to-time, we may edit your comments. For example, we might remove personal information.
  • Comments we think are inappropriate will not be approved for display on the site.

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