TeamSpeak Server Rules

  • These are the official rules for ALL OSF Teamspeak servers. Follow them, or you will be removed forcefully.


    1) TEAMSPEAK IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
    ----You DO NOT need permission to invite a friend/non-clan member to our teamspeak.


    2) Use a Push-To-Talk Key!
    ----Voice-Activation is NOT ALLOWED for ANY users of our Teamspeak.
    ----Voice-Activation causes echo, loopbacks, and can cause your personal conversations in real life to be accidentally transmitted. We do NOT want to listen to you argue with your wife or your mom.


    4) AVOID TALKING OVER PEOPLE
    ----When someone is talking please do not talk over them; be respectful of your fellow clan members.


    5) Training Situations


    5.1) In an effort to conserve time and prevent confusion, please do NOT speak via TeamSpeak during the pre-scrimmage hours of the training session unless the ranking officer gives you permission to do so. Please, use the in-game chat feature (default key “Y”) to communicate/ ask questions. Using the game to type will not only keep the channel clear, but it notifies the ranking officer that you have a word that you would like to get in edge-wise, at which point he will more than likely invite you to talk over TeamSpeak.


    5.2) Should you arrive to the session late, enter the channel containing the ranking officer only to notify him that you need to be placed on a team.


    6.) PLEASE AVOID SPAMMING MUSIC EXCEPT FOR HEDERO'S JAZZ WEDNESDAY'S!
    ---This is annoying and a TeamSpeak SA will remove you forcefully from the TeamSpeak. No questions asked.


    If you have any questions about these rules, please post in this thread.
    If you would like to report an breach of these rules, please post in a new topic in this section.


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    Official rules originally created by Rod-Serling & NecessaryEvil
    Current rules updated and edited 11.20.08

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