List usage rules for subscribers…
Please DO NOT do any of the following, otherwise you may have your Wanderung subscription suspended:
Submission of a message to the list that is not consistent with the Wanderung callout template.
- Sending a callout for an activity that is not permitted.
- Sending messages more than once.
- Using the Wanderung callout system to publicize trips from another hiking group, e.g. Meetup.com, Clubtread, NSH, etc. (all hike participants must sign the Wanderung waiver).
- Using the Wanderung callout system to publicize a commercial event, paid service, or any type of commercial enterprise.
Accidentally sending a message to the list (this sometimes happens when someone hits the “reply all” button and accidentally CC’s the mailing list).
Sending a question to the list (all questions must be sent to email@example.com).
Sending information to the list (e.g. trip reports, comments, “lost and found” messages, etc.) Only callouts may be sent to the list. All trip reports, comments, “lost and found” messages, etc. must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be included in the weekly newsletter if necessary.
- Sending updates to callouts (e.g. changes to plans, corrections, etc.). These updates should only be communicated to people that have already expressed an interest in your callout.
Sending complaints to the list, or airing a grievance to the list (all complaints and grievances must be sent to email@example.com).
- Spamming the list in any other way not described above.
Please note: Other than a “callout” message, the only other types of messages that subscribers may send to the list are as follows:
Please note that “Almost Full” or “I need more people” type messages are not OK. If you don’t have enough people for your trip, sending your callout to the list again is NOT allowed.
The “driver needed” message should be used only as a last-minute measure if your whole trip plan is about to collapse due to lack of drivers.
If you need help organizing a trip, please read our “Organizer Guide“.
Behaviour Rules & Code of Conduct
The following behavior would probably result in a permanent ban from using Wanderung:
join a trip without the approval of the trip organizer
invite someone who has not subscribed to the mailing list, or agreed to the waiver, or is less than 19 years old
fail to show up, once you have been enrolled in a trip
sign up to multiple trips that are scheduled to occur at the same time
endanger yourself or other list user
harm wildlife or the environment
willfully damage any property
commit a criminal act
intimidate or harass another list user
Please remember that all subscribers have agreed to the Wanderung waiver and are bound by Wanderung’s Terms & Conditions. You must be at least 19 years old to use the list, or participate in any activities organized by other list subscribers. If you have any questions, please read our FAQ, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wanderung was originally started to facilitate day hiking. In recent years it has expanded to include several other activities. Simply click on the following link for further details: Permitted Activities
A more comprehensive description of the Wanderung terms and conditions can be found here.