I did say that I was going to do this, so let's hear what everone thinks needs to be added, clarified or altered. One thing I'll say straight off the bat that we need to re-work is the idea of "spoiler space". Unfortunately this really has become useless through no specific fault of anyone. We've all become rather lazy with these, especially when replying to something that someone else has said in a spoiler space, but not giving any of our own. What I would like to do is reform the idea of spoiler space into something that will be useful. First thing is that we have to say that any thread that does not contain a warning about spoilers or possible spoilers can not have any spoilers at all, even with spoiler space. This would mean that the majority of threads would be spoiler free areas in Lit. From there, what we can do is for threads in Lit, and clubs in EUC like the Critics Club (just chose it because it's an example of a thread that does discuss the new books inside the spoiler time), we give the warning "Possible Spoilers", and then allow people to use spoiler space when discussing things so someone can possibly read the discussion, yet skip over spoilers. Obviously because of the title the risk is up to the user as not everyone will remember to follow on with spoiler space, but we can try to make people aware of this, even to the point of one of the mods adding it in if neccessary/wanted. Finally for any thread marked as spoilers, the situation would be the same as now, there will be spoilers throughout, and it is definitely the risk of the individual if they want to read it. Also, we need it to be drummed in that spoiler space is something that means you can not see any text on the screen if the initial spoiler warning is at the top of the page. That would mean something like 25-30 blank lines, but I think that we're all able to make that kind of effort for each other. That's just my thoughts to start on one area. What else would people like to see done. Do we want to set out distinct penalties for spoiling? Make the penalties harsh? Bring up anything that you wish to.