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The GAT's Guide Guidelines - Ponytail - 03-10-2019

These are GAT guidelines that every guide should adhere to. These will need to be fulfilled before your submission can be approved. It is recommended you read them to save time for everyone during the submission process.

1. Submissions should adhere to Tulpa.info's rules.

2. Word use must be consistent and generally be in line with community use. There are a lot of different uses of individual words in the tulpa community. We're not terribly strict on whether or not fronting and switching is more correct to what you're trying to communicate, so long as it makes sense and the words you use mean the same thing throughout a submission.

3. Please use proper grammar and spelling. The GAT is not your spellchecker. We'll help you on this, but not if your submission is riddled with misspellings.

4. Off-site linking is allowed, either because the submission is long or because it was originally published elsewhere, as long as
a) The website does not contain viruses and is secure.
b) The full guide can be accessed on the forum itself OR an alternative back-up link is provided. If an alternate link is provided, a synopsis of the guide should be posted in the thread itself

5. Advertising is acceptable as long as it is minimal, does not distract from content, and also can bring some additional value to a system's tulpamancy experience. Paywalls to content are not allowed.

6. Each submission should clarify which guide board it is intended for. The GAT may decide to put it somewhere else when approved if appropriate. The four guide boards are as follows:
Guides: Specific methods and instructions meant to aid with reaching a goal
Tips and Tricks: Smaller pieces of information and advice that don't make up a full guide
Resources: Supplementary material meant to be used/interacted with by the user
Articles: Informative writings meant to share knowledge or research on a subject