The Three Rules - Expansion
Rule #1 - Don't be a jerk
Rule #2 - Don't cause drama
Rule #3 - Real life comes first
Multi-Org Official Policy
Atlas Defense Industries requires that you join as an exclusive, primary member of our organization. Requests to affiliate to other Organizations are limited, handled on a case by case basis, and must follow the following rules.
All leadership positions in ADI (Division Heads, Team Leaders, Recruiters, etc) must be primary members of the ADI org. Org tags and signatures must be visible at all times. Membership in affiliate Organizations must be approved on a case by case basis.
Membership in ADI requires all members to be a primary member of the ADI org and *must not* be set as affiliate. They may join 'club style' affiliate orgs, but leadership reserves the right to black list orgs, or prohibit membership if said membership poses a security risk to ADI.
At no time may any member of ADI be associated with a pirate organization.
Attempts to hide or redact org status from ADI leadership or the general public will result in the immediate termination of any member caught doing so, in all cases. Even if the affiliate org membership in and of itself is not a violation of the Multi-Org Policy.
ADI Age Policy
Atlas Defense Industries has a policy on the age at which people may join. A majority of our members are older, and the atmosphere is mature, which means that we usually take on 16+ members. However, there are exceptions and age related rules that need to be highlighted.
As already pointed out, ADI primarily accepts those players who are sixteen years or older. However, those younger than sixteen years old are reviewed on a case by case basis to determine whether they are mature enough to be accepted into ADI. As a general rule, we allow members of a family to join the org.
There are rooms in our mumble server which have age restrictions that must be followed. This is because said areas are more mature, and it wouldn't be appropriate to allow younger members access. There are many rooms that do not have this restriction that are very active, so this is not a restraint on your interaction with Organization members.
Voice Communication Rules and Etiquette
- Members are expected to use the ADI mumble server(s) when playing Star Citizen.
- It is inappropriate to invite ADI members to another voice server, or group at any time.
- Members must have a functional microphone at all times when on the mumble server.
- Push to talk (PTT) is required at all times while playing a game, no exceptions.
- PTT is also required if you are in a loud environment or your microphone starts to 'hot mic'
- We strongly encourage the use of a headset, it's the members responsibility to keep environmental noise to a reasonable level.
- Members are encouraged to invite friends, family, or individuals to our Mumble server at any time as long as they follow ADI rules.
- 'Other Channels' is the place to create temporary channels for playing other games or having off topic conversation.
- The channel should be named to clearly identify the game or subject of the channel.
- All members of ADI are welcome to join any sub-channel under 'Other Channels' at any time.
- If you're streaming the channel, please make sure the channel name indicates streaming is taking place.
General Rules and Etiquette
- Members will treat each other with respect, and promote fellowship within the community.
- Members will follow the chain of command whenever possible.
- Members are expected to actively participate in the community. This includes logging into the forums and Mumble at least once per month.
- Members may also be expected to learn and follow additional procedures specific to playing Star Citizen.
- Membership is not guaranteed and can be revoked at any time.