To keep Trabblr enjoyable, inspiring, and safe for everyone, we have a few broad (and common sense) community guidelines that must be followed. If you stumble upon or experience anything on Trabblr that you feel breaches these guidelines, please bring it to our attention by emailing email@example.com.
Whether online at Trabblr.com or offline at a Trabblr event, you will be connecting and interacting with people from every corner of the globe and from all walks of life. Always be kind to others and be respectful of different cultures and points of view. We’re all here to have fun with and learn from one another!
Please comment respectfully and contribute constructively. Although you’re free to voice your opinions and to be yourself, we will not condone creepy, obscene, disparaging, offensive, or discriminatory behavior.
Appreciate other people’s creativity. Please post content (including photos and descriptions) that only you have created or have permission to use. Creative Commons is a useful starting point to find work produced by others that you may be able to borrow.
Our community is all about quality over quantity. Please refrain from creating multiple accounts and identities.
Do your best to be on time for events. If you know you can’t make it in advance, please remove yourself from the event. And if you’re running late, give the Organizer a call. It’s inconsiderate to make others wait around for no reason.
If you’re creating an event, be sure it doesn't exploit or insult anyone, harm the environment, or involve any illegal activities.
If you’re creating an event in which users have to pay to participate (e.g., a film screening, meal, or concert), you agree to not receive any cash. All payments go straight to the venue (e.g., the cinema, restaurant, or club). Only businesses that host Feature Events are allowed to charge and receive payments from event attendees. We’re providing you with an open platform to connect and share with awesome people; please don’t taint it with commercially-slanted events that undercut these genuine intentions.
We want to hear your stories and insights, so be bold, candid, and original. Please don’t copy content from other sources and try to pass it off as your own. Not only is it unfair to the original creator; it’s also illegal.
Although you may make new and helpful friends in each city you visit, please do not list their personal contact details in your guide. It’s fine to include the details of commercial establishments, but we want to respect personal privacy as much as possible.
Finally, all guides should be honest and genuine, so please don't use them to promote a business. If what a business provides is good, you can be sure that it will appear in other members’ guides!