Community Guidelines


Multilingual Museum has been created with the accepted commons principles of openness, sharing and collective responsibility. Since this community by nature is multilingual, multicultural and technologically heterogeneous, we must all expect to encounter some possibly unfamiliar aspects of what we take for normal experience. We should exercise kindness and that must be mutual. Please remember that the opinions expressed on this website are those of each author, not of Multilingual Museum. However we reserve the right and the duty to moderate discussion, mute and untimely remove any member or comment that does not adhere to those guidelines.

This page gives some guidelines for conduct on the website that are not necessarily legally binding, but lay out some idea of how to follow a universally acceptable code of behaviour. It is also imperative to understand just what Multilingual Museum is and what it is not. The guidelines are intended to inform users about our code of behaviour and what is and is not acceptable, both academically and socially.

Please treat our site with the respect you normally would for any gathering place. We are not a public space, but we are an open community. This is a place to share, learn and exchange.

These guidelines will change, so it is important that you keep abreast of any amendments. We will post details of updates to this and other policy documents.

Some general points


  • Use an acceptable respectable tone and language

  • Only write appropriate and contextual things

  • Answer to questions in a respectable and kind way

  • If someone demands money from you, let us know immediately, Multilingual Museum is a not-for-profit community

  • Copyright violations should be brought to our attention immediately

  • Do not pass your or another member’s information, like email addresses or phone numbers, without express consent.

  • If in doubt about something ask. We are more than happy to provide help.

  • If you become aware of something that is wrong, tell us

  • If you have any ideas that you think will improve our community, please let us know. We are always open to suggestions



Keep your account data like username, mail and password secure and for your knowledge only.

Software malfunctions

If you become aware of any aspect of the site not performing as expected, we would appreciate you telling us about this.

Volunteering and Contributing

Multilingual Museum relies on its members to volunteer their experience and skills. It is also by nature a multilingual and multicultural community. It aims to include everyone, whether they are here in professional capacity or out of personal interest. We hope that everyone will join the community in a spirit of tolerance and curiosity and assist other members who may benefit from your insights. Please also remember that showing gratitude for any help you may receive is usually much appreciated.

We want our community to be as diverse  as it gets. You may be surprised at the ways in which others can contribute back to you and your ideas.


Read our User Agreement. Understand what it says and know your rights.


Read our Privacy Policy. It’s important that you understand what Multilingual Museum does and does not do with your data