The team at JDSU enjoys interacting with you and gladly welcomes your comments. To ensure that comments enhance and not detract from the company’s blog, we’ve created a formal comment policy.
Comment & Trackback Moderation
In order to maintain the integrity of the JDSU Perspectives blog and its content, all comments, trackbacks, and pingbacks made to the JDSU Perspectives blog are moderated. We work to review and approve comments, trackbacks and pingbacks as quickly as possible. Please do not resubmit your comment if it does not appear right away.
Language, Length, and Format
This blog has a diverse audience with different sensibilities and opinions. Please avoid harsh language and the use of profanity. Use of threatening language is not allowed nor will it be tolerated.
Ideally, your comment will be under 200 well chosen words with paragraphs as necessary; whitespace makes the content easier to read on a computer screen.
Linking To Your Site and Others
JDSU trusts that you as the commenter will contribute links of value to the current discussion and thus, we do not use the rel=”nofollow” attribute by default. If you feel it necessary to link to a bad neighborhood, please add the rel=”nofollow” attribute to the outgoing link (it’s the polite thing to do).
Please don’t view this as an opportunity to promote or advertise your website in the JDSU Perspectives blog comments. Excessive and/or inappropriate links will be removed.
Some tips for proper linking:
- Please use proper XHTML markup: <a href=”…” title=”…”>Link Anchor Text</a>
- Please use descriptive anchor text
- Bad: <a href=”…”>click here</a>
- Good: <a href=”…” title=”Google Homepage”>google’s homepage</a>
- Please keep the anchor text brief (6 words or less per link)
Please use a valid e-mail address when commenting on the blog. It will not be displayed unless you type it in the body of your comment (which JDSU will edit out) and you will not be subscribed to any mailing list by leaving a comment.
If you use an invalid e-mail address or one which requires any type of human interaction to confirm, your comment will be deleted — no exceptions.
JDSU’s blog team reserves the right to edit or delete comments as necessary. Any minor or serious edits will be notated at the end of the comment.
If your comment conveys a coherent thought, it may just be edited; tirades will most likely be deleted. At no time will JDSU attempt to alter the core meaning of a comment.
Special Provisions For Comment Spam
JDSU takes comment spam seriously and all IP addresses used for spamming will be reported to the internet blacklists, the ISPs/hosts for the offending domain will be notified, and the owner of the IP block will be notified of the problem.
While comment spam continues to proliferate, JDSU can and will do our part to help combat it.