Steven Sinofsky clarifies what interactions are appropriate on Microsoft's Windows 8 Blog

Of course, the primary goal of this blog is to have a two-way dialog, so comments are an important part of what we’re looking for with our blogging efforts. So we opted for the commenting mechanism already used by thousands of MSDN blogs—anonymous comments are permitted, and they appear without moderation. This blog platform employs some minor security measures and a spam filter that we do not control. That means we are seeking out comments. Everyone on the Windows team will be watching for comments and is looking forward to the dialog. When participating, we will work to make sure Microsoft employees represent themselves as such, especially indicating if they work on the area Windows being discussed. We ask that press (those that write, blog, tweet professionally) identify themselves accordingly as well. Things we hope to see in comments: Lots of on-topic, good, interesting thoughts on Windows and the posts on B8 Focus on the content of the post and not just the topic in general—seek out the details Dialog that is respectful and fun We reserve the right to delete comments or otherwise edit what has been said. Things that will get comments edited or deleted: Offensive or abusive language or behavior as determined by a community standard Misrepresentation (i.e., claiming to be somebody you’re not) — if you don’t want to use your real name, that’s fine, as long as your profile name isn’t offensive, abusive, or misrepresentative Repeatedly posting the same comments or agenda, or attempting to fit a specific topic into every post, no matter what we blog about Blog-spam or link-abuse of any kind We hope these rules will keep the discussion lively and on-topic. –Steven Source]]>

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