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These scripts are created for the purpose of making computers act in entertaining ways. All scripts must conform to the SourceForge Terms of Service shown below:
you own or have sufficient rights to post or make available your SourceForge Content on or through SourceForge.net;
the posting or making available of your SourceForge Content on or through SourceForge.net does not violate the privacy rights, publicity rights, copyrights, contract rights or any other rights, including intellectual property rights, of any person or entity;
you have fully complied with any third-party licenses relating to your SourceForge Content, agree to pay for all royalties, fees and any other monies owing any person by reason of any of your SourceForge Content that you posted on or through SourceForge.net;
your SourceForge Content does not contain any viruses, worms, Trojan horses, malicious code or other harmful or destructive content;
your SourceForge Content is not obscene, lewd, lascivious, excessively violent, harassing, libelous or slanderous, does not advocate the violent overthrow of the government of the United States, does not incite, encourage or threaten immediate physical harm against another;
your SourceForge Content does not endorse or promote racism, bigotry, hatred, or physical harm of any kind against another group or individual, and does not discriminate, incite harassment or advocate harassment of any group or individual;
your SourceForge Content does not contain material that solicits personal information from anyone under 18 or exploit people under the age of 18 in a sexual or violent manner, and does not violate any federal or state law concerning child pornography or otherwise intended to protect the health and well-being of minors;
if your employer has rights to intellectual property you create, you have either received permission from your employer to make available your SourceForge Content, or secured from your employer a waiver as to all rights in or to your SourceForge Content;
your SourceForge Content does not constitute, contain, install or attempt to install or promote spyware or malware or any other computer code (whether on Dice’s or others computers or equipment) intended to, or that does, enable you or others to gather information about or monitor the online or other activities of another party, unless it discloses such functionality to the user in a clear and conspicuous manner and the user affirmatively consents to such use; and, your SourceForge Content does not otherwise violate, or link to material that violates, any provision of these Terms or any local, state, or federal law or regulation, including any law designed to regulate electronic advertising.
The important points are that you must not submit any content that is explicit, illegal, or could be potentially destructive to systems. All content should comply with the script guidelines on the wiki. Please only use this for humor, not for evil.
Guidelines for Scripts:
This page is intended to serve as a general guideline for what constitutes malicious and what is can be considered humor. This is not a definitive list, and so will be updated over time.
Good scripts should be:
Humorous - Content must not be obscene or illegal, nor harming to the subject.
Easily remediable - all new scripts must have a code block added to the cleaner script to facilitate their immediate removal
Anonymous - Scripts should not collect any information about the user nor expose any private information/data.
Good scripts should not be:
Malicious - this is a broad statement of the policies to follow.
Destructive - do not implement any scripts that delete files not created by the script, or anything that causes potential hardware failure (ie the fan freeze script (removed) or, say, stuxnet).
Permanent - All scripts should cause no permanent changes and should be removable with reasonable ease.