Acepedia's site policy is a set of policies designed to protect all users on the community as well as the community itself. The site policy is enforced by the community's Administrators. Anyone who contributes to the community in any way is subject to these policies.
- Do not make personal attacks.
- Comment on content, not on the contributor.
- Respect all other users in the community.
- Assume good faith.
- Everyone has the same goal: to improve Acepedia.
- Assume this of any opponent in a debate.
- Make it your only goal as well.
- Keep your interactions civil and tasteful.
- Vulgarity is allowed on user pages, comments, Discussions, etc. but unnecessary vulgarity may be edited or removed.
- Throwing vulgarity at other users violates #1 above, "Do not make personal attacks." Don't do it.
- Vulgarity is unencyclopedic and therefore not permitted in articles except in quotations.
- Don't be lazy.
- Do not ask for someone to edit a wiki page. It's a wiki—you can edit the page!
- Do not ask for information you can easily find by a simple search.
- Do not circumvent a block.
- Acepedia is an Ace Combat community, nothing more.
- Real-life history of in-game subjects should be sparse.
- Fan-made content is only permitted on a case-by-case basis by the Administrators.
- Acepedia's original text is protected by the CC-BY-SA Creative Commons license.
- You must credit Acepedia if you copy its original text.
- This applies to most original text on FANDOM communities.
- Click here for the license terms.
- Do not copy outside text without permission.
- Text copied from Wikipedia is very likely to be deleted.
- Text taken from Ace Combat materials or otherwise must be properly cited and fall within fair use.
- Files must be properly sourced and eligible to host here.
- A valid copyright tag must be used on the file's description.
- The file must fall within fair use or be otherwise publicly available (public domain, etc.) to remain on Acepedia.
- Do not spam the wiki or its logs.
- Content must be relevant to the article's subject.
- Make a single edit, two if necessary—do not edit an article repeatedly in a short time.
- If you're using a source editor, use the preview function!
- First offense: Warning on a user's Message Wall
- Repeat offenses: Short blocks (hours or days)
- Further offenses: Longer blocks (weeks to months)
- Special cases: Permanent block (reserved for spammers, bots, consistent offenders, mainly those who aim to do harm to the community)