JAZZ POLITICS KB RULES
Off-topic: Not explicitly about Uganda politics
All submissions to /c/politics need to be explicitly about current Ugandan politics. The content must directly discuss politics.
Submissions should focus on one of:
- Information and opinions concerning the running of Uganda governments, courts, public services, and policy-making.
- Private political actions and stories such as demonstrations, lobbying, candidacies and funding, and political movements, groups and donors.
No satire or meta posts.
2. Out of date: Not published within the last month
All submissions to /c/politics must be published within the last calendar month.
3. Title: Not exact headline. No ALLCAPS
A title must be comprised only of the copied and pasted headline of the article.
Do not add, remove, or change words.
4. No copy-pasted articles
Please do not submit articles or videos that are a direct, complete copy-paste of original reporting. Articles or videos that add another take on a subject, or include different verbiage or context are allowed.
5.Content: Not an article/video/sound clip/poll
If a link returns a 404 error, please report it and let us know.
6.No paywalls or survey requirements
Articles that require users to take a survey, or to enter any information in order to view material, or to become a paid subscriber are not allowed.
7.No solicitation: petitions/volunteer hours/signups
Polls and petitions are not allowed here. This rule is applied to, but not limited to, any link or text post that is attempting to solicit money, signatures, poll responses, volunteer hours, or sign ups from users.
"Solicitation" can include advertising a subreddit.
Articles about polls or petitions are allowed as long as they are newsworthy.
Advertisements as submissions are not permitted.