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Forum guidelines

General Posting Guidelines

Our objective is to have a forum where questions are answered in simple terms with responses that are straight to the point. We encourage direct questions, help needed to address specific difficulties, general discussions, and any topic that adds value to our shared understanding and knowledge of the off-grid lithium world.

1. Be DESCRIPTIVE in the topic name

PLEASE post a descriptive topic name! Don’t use attention getting names like "help needed", "I have a question"... or any generic terms that do not describe your real need in a few words.  They don’t get attention, annoy people, and you may not get any response.


2. Show you have done your homework!

At the minimum you should have done a search on the Tao Performance forums.  There is a pretty good chance that it has been addressed on our forum before. Please use the forum’s search feature first to see if there are already some good threads on the subject.


3. Explain yourself clearly and succinctly

Make it easy for people to help you. Explain the situation and its environment, the challenge or question you have, and the desired outcome. Give details of what you have already found on the subject.


4. Do not ask a new question on an existing topic

Please create a new topic for any new questions. That will increase your chances to get a response.


5. Respond if you can add value to the original question

Response by participants is encouraged, but please respond only if you have a specific knowledge or experience in relation to the topic. You can make yourself credible by adding a short resumé on your member profile. If you do not have that knowledge or experience, people do not care about what you think. It can only make you look bad!

Remember when people help you, they are doing YOU a favour

Be patient, help people out by posting good descriptions of what you need help with, and not snapping at people with garbage such as: “if you aren’t going to help don’t waste my time replying”.