Community Guidelines

A few house rules to help make sure YUPP.life is a great place for everyone.

YUPP is a community of people committed to bringing simple solutions to common problems. Our community is founded simply, by being transparent, trusting one another, and upholding honesty. It’s up to everyone on the platform to bring about change in our world and spaces and to make sure that YUPP is a place that continues to provide this spirit. We’ve got a few house rules that we hope you’ll keep top of mind along the journey!

No spamming.

This includes link-bombing, promoting a project where it shouldn’t be promoted, sending unsolicited @’s mentions, hyping third-party services, and using email lists from outside sources, to name a few. The comment and messaging systems on YUPP are here so people can communicate, ask questions, and cheer one another along — not for spam.

No trash talk.

Conversation is an essential part of our community — we encourage mentors, guests, and administrators to talk to creators and to talk to each other, especially when they have questions. All we ask is that those conversations stay honest and considerate. Don’t post obscene, hateful, or objectionable content. Don’t post personal information. Don’t post copyrighted content without permission. If you don’t like a topic, don’t back it, simply move along. Please always have respect for our shared space and the other folks visiting it.

Abuse.

The YUPP Life team takes all incidences of abuse or misuse of the platform very seriously. Any behaviour which offends others or which is deemed a prohibited act will result in a lifetime ban from the platform. If necessary, the relevant authorities will be informed of the behaviour. We comply with all relevant agencies in dealing with abuse of the platform and its members. You can report any content or behaviour which concerns you to hello@yupp.life.’

Say something!

If something seems off, let us know. Our Admin team reviews every report we receive, and we take action when we see someone violating these guidelines. Sometimes that just means giving someone a warning; sometimes it means revoking certain privileges or accounts entirely. The best way to avoid anything like that happening to you? Don’t spam, and don’t trash talk.


As our community grows and changes, so will the way we evaluate and enforce these guidelines. It’s up to all of us to ensure that YUPP remains a safe and fun place to launch and back projects, create content, and discuss topics.

Thanks for being a part of the YUPP community!

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