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Discussion in 'Utambulisho (Member Intro Forum)' started by ezekielboaz, Jan 16, 2010.

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    ezekielboaz Member

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    hi to you all.i am happy to get connected with you'
    i will preserve all condition in respect form.
    i like sharing information
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    ezekielboaz Member

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    am still having problem on how to add a status and how to join a particular field,
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    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    2 begin with, welcome!

    Iam afraid i have to give you a list of things before you proceed, and i wll be doing this in the name of the Holy,MZIZIMKAVU, who is at vacation today!!

    Be patient, and watchful!
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    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    Tafadhali jiepushe na mambo yafuatayo:

    1. Kumvunjia heshima, kumkejeli, kumtukana, mjumbe yeyote.

    2. Kuleta katika JAMII FORUMS maelezo yenye maudhui mabaya, au kuweza kuleta maudhi yoyote kwa wajumbe ama kwa wingi wake, ukubwa wake, au mfumo wake.

    3. Kuleta makala au kuendeleza mijadala yenye kuleta ugomvi,uchochezi na yenye muelekeo wa kutengenishana badala ya kuungana miongoni mwa wajumbe wa JAMII FORUMS na Watanzania wote kwa ujumla.

    4. Kusambaza kwa makusudi au kwa uzembe barua zenye virusi vya kompyuta.

    5. Kutoa maelezo au shutuma dhidi ya mwanachama mwenzako, kiongozi wa au watu wenye hadhi kijamii bila kuwa na ushahidi wa kutosha kwa lengo la kuchafua rekodi safi ya mhusika kijamii.

    6. Ni sharti kwa kila mwanachama kutoa maelezo au mchango wake kwa uwazi na ukweli na kutomuogopa yeyote wala kumpendelea yeyote bali kuweka mbele maslahi ya taifa.

    7. Kila mwanachama yupo huru kutoa maoni yake mradi yaliyotajwa hapo juu yanazingatiwa.

    Hatua za kinidhamu zinaweza kuchukuliwa dhidi ya yeyote yule atakayeshindwa kuzingatia maelezo hayo hapo juu.

    Other Rules to be noted:

    1 - Flaming, Bashing, and Trolling:

    Hate posts and personal attacks will not be tolerated on the boards. Treat others on these message boards as you would expect them to treat you. Posting topics specifically designed to provoke a negative response from someone (aka trolling) is also asked to be avoided.

    2 - Profanity:
    Profanity is not tolerated in the board, some words will be censored, also there is to be no name calling, doing so will give you a warning, and then a ban if you continue.

    3 - Spam:
    Purposely spamming a message board with senseless, vacuous, or empty messages to gain a higher post count, or just to annoy others is HIGHLY frowned upon! Commercial spamming and advertising are just as unwelcome unless it is done in the special designed area. Promoting your site is only allowed with permission of the site owners. Bumping old threads is allowed in the request forums, but needless bumps in other forums will be classed as spam.

    4 - Email & Private Message Spam:
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    5 - Piracy, and Warez:
    We do not mind discussions about piracy or warez, as long as they are just that...discussions. Linking or giving information about any site that distributes illegal software, or warez, seeking help to circumvent any copyright laws, or encouraging software or media piracy is grounds for an immediate ban.

    6 - Impersonating Other Users / Accessing Another User Account:
    You may not impersonate another board member or create an account specifically for the purpose of provoking other users. Also, accessing or using someone else's account or attempting to access another poster's account is strictly prohibited. You will be banned.

    7 - Off-Topic Posts:
    There is no major punishment for off-topic posters. But lets be honest, it drives us all mad!! If you have something to say but it really has nothing to do with the current thread you are in, please open a new thread for it. Otherwise it will just be deleted and won't solve anything at all.

    8 - Circumventing a Ban:
    If you log onto the forums and receive a message that you have been banned, please submit an unban request and wait for a staff member to get in touch with you. You may NOT re register under a new name if the software lets you. But, if you try to sign up again and we caught you, then it will become a permanent IP Ban. We do NOT send out notices that you have been banned.

    9 - Nudity / Porn:
    Please remember that this board is a PUBLIC forum. There are 12 year olds here just as there are 50 year olds. Nudity and porn is prohibited for obvious reasons.

    10 - Signatures & Avatars:
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    11 - Questionable Content:
    Since we can't have a rule to cover everything, this is the rule to, well, cover everything. These are public boards, so act like you would if you were in a public place. These issues are left to the discretion of the individual moderators, but may include any material that is knowingly false and or defamatory, misleading, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, that otherwise violates any law, or that encourages conduct constituting a criminal offense.
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    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    How to use JamiiForums effectively
    Invisible [​IMG] 13th March 2008, 10:51 AM
    ***This' useful for those who are new on JamiiForums.com discussion boards***

    JamiiForums.com is a collection of discussion boards free for you to express your views openly. It's created to serve for East and Central Africa Region & the world in General.

    Talk it out! Fear nothing, ask and be specific. Respect others in these forums.


    Why should I register?

    In order to fully utilize the abilities of this forum, we will require that you register as a member. Registration is free, and allows you to do the following:

    * Post new threads
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    * Edit your posts
    * Receive email notification of replies to posts and threads you specify
    * Send private messages to other members
    * Enter events in the forum calendar
    * Access some forums that the Unregistered user can't access
    * Download attachments and documents (which are all safe) uploaded by other registered members
    * Set up a 'buddy-list' to quickly see which of your friends are currently online

    To register, you will need to specify a username and password, and a valid email address. Entering your email address will not leave you open to 'spam', as you can choose to hide your email address, and messages sent to you via email do not reveal your address to the sender in any case. (To verify this, you can try sending an email message to another user.) We may wish to contact you by email whenever there're any system upgrades, so ensure that the email address you provide is valid and working.

    If you are under the age of 13, we may require that a parent or guardian provides consent before allowing you to complete the registration process. More information about this is available during the registration process.

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    You may clear all your cookies by clicking here. If you return to the main index page via the link provided and you are still logged in, you may have to remove your cookies manually.

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    Your cookies should now be removed. You may want to restart the computer and revisit the forums to be sure.

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    It is your responsibility to keep the information in your profile up-to-date. You should especially ensure that your email address is kept current. You can alter any of the fields in your profile, except your username. Once you have registered your username, it becomes yours for life. In extreme circumstances, you may request that the administrator change your username, but he or she will require a very good reason to do so.

    Edit your profile here.


    What is the signature for?

    After you have registered, you may set your signature. This is a piece of text that you would like to be inserted at the end of all your posts, a little like having headed note paper.

    We enabled signatures so that you will have the option to include your signature on any posts you make. If you have specified a signature, then the forum will automatically append your signature to any messages you post. You can disable signatures on a per-post basis by un-ticking the 'Show Signature' checkbox when you compose your message.

    You may turn the signature on and off on posts you have already made by editing the post and altering the state of the 'Show Signature' option.

    You can set your signature by editing your profile.


    I lost my password, what can I do?

    If you forget your password, please send a RESET request to webmaster@jamiiforums.com and we will help you as soon as possible.


    How do I get a picture under my username?

    Avatars are small graphical images that you may choose in your profile. They are displayed by your username on all posts that you make. You can select the image that best describes yourself from your profile options.

    These small images are called Avatars. They are displayed below your username on all posts that you make. There are two kinds of avatars: those provided by JamboForums.com and those that you upload yourself.

    We provided a set of avatars and are enabled, you may select an avatar that best describes your personality.

    We also have enabled custom avatars, which allows you to upload an avatar image from your computer.


    Can I search the forum?

    You can search for posts based on username, word(s) in the post or just in the subject, by date, and only in particular forums.

    To access the search feature, click on the "search" link at the top of most pages.

    You can search any forum that you have permission to search - you will not be allowed to search through private forums unless we give you the necessary security rights to do so.

    Can I send email to other members?

    Yes! To send an email to another member, you can either locate the member you want to contact on the member list, or click the [​IMG] button on any post made by that member.

    This will usually open a page that contains a form where you can enter your message. When you have finished typing your message, press the [send email] button and your message will be sent instantly. Note that for privacy reasons, the email address of the recipient is not revealed to you during this process.

    Note that if you can not find an email button or link for a member, it means that the member in question has specified that they do not wish to receive email from other members of the forum.

    We have enabled the Private Messaging system, registered members may send each other private messages.

    Sending Private Messages

    Private messages work a little like email, but are limited to registered members of this forum. You may be able to include vB Code, smilies and images in private messages that you send.

    You may send a private message to a member of this forum by clicking the 'Send A Private Message' link in the private messaging section of your user control panel, or by clicking the button in a member's posts.

    When you send a message, you have the option to save a copy of the message in your Sent Items folder.

    Private Message Folders

    By default, you will have two folders in your private message area. These are the Inbox and the Sent Items folders.

    The Inbox folder contains any new messages you receive, and allows you to view all the messages you have received, along with the name of the person who sent the message to you, and the date and time the message was sent.

    The Sent Items folder contains a copy of any messages that you have sent, where you have specified that you wish to keep a copy of the message for future reference.

    You may create additional folders for your messages by clicking the 'Edit Folders' link.

    Each folder has a set of message controls which allow you to select messages, then either move them to one of your custom folders, or delete them completely. You may also have a button which allows you to forward multiple messages from a folder to another member of the forum.

    You will need to periodically delete old messages, as the administrator has probably set a limit to the number of private messages you can have in your folders. If you exceed the number of messages specified by the administrator, you will not be able to send or receive new messages until you delete some old messages.

    Whenever you read a message, you will have the option to reply to the message, or forward that message to another member of the forum. You may also have the ability to forward that message to multiple members of your buddy list.

    Message Tracking

    When you send a new private message, you may have the option to request a read-receipt for that message. This will allow you to check whether or not a message has been read by its recipient by viewing the Private Message Tracking page.

    This page is divided into two sections: unread messages and read messages.

    The unread messages section shows all messages that you have sent with a read-receipt request, that have not yet been read by their recipient.

    The read messages section shows all messages you have sent with a receipt request that have been read and acknowledged by their recipient. The time that the message was read is also shown.

    You may choose to end the tracking on any message you choose by selecting the message and clicking the [end tracking] button.

    When you receive a message with a read-receipt request, you may have the option to read the message while denying the read-receipt request. To do this, simply click the 'deny receipt' link rather than the title of the message, if it appears.


    How do I start a new topic?

    Topics in these forums are called "Threads".

    In order to start a new topic you need to visit one of the following forums:
    1. International Forum
    2. Jukwaa la Siasa
    3. Habari/Hoja mchanganyiko
    4. Celebrities Forum
    5. Business & Economic Forum
    6. Matangazo madogomadogo
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    8. Nafasi za Kazi(Vacancies)
    9. Michezo (Sports & Games)
    10. Jokes/Utani
    11. Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki
    12. Technology & Science Forum
    13. Jukwaa la Elimu (Education Forum)
    14. Jukwaa la Lugha
    15. JF Doctor
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    18. Complaints, Congrats, Advice (Only Registered Members can access this forum)
    19. Dini/Imani (Only Registered Members with special access)
    20. Mambo ya Kikubwa (Only Registered Members with special access)
    Then hit the [​IMG] icon on your left (on top) and have your new topic. Please avoid long headings, repetition of issues. Your topic might be merged into the existing topic if duplication is made.
  6. Sipo

    Sipo JF-Expert Member

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    PJ kamili mkuu
    i can see providing rules and regulations of JF
    keep it up bro