v 0.1 Everyone is invited and we'd love your help.
In writing the community guidelines, I am hoping to foster a culture of inclusion. The community guidelines are a work in progress, and if there is a better way to do things, let's hear it. The mentality behind creating a set of community guidelines is so that anyone can pick up a word set and be on the same page as everyone else. The key is to create community guidelines that are easy to understand and follow universally accepted Esperanto education methods.
Don't be wordy.
If the definition is longer than 50 characters, it will look “ugly”. Find a way to define words with as few words as possible, but not at the cost of being ambiguous.
Ambiguity is the enemy.
If there is even a hint of confusion in a definition, it could lead to a user learning the wrong definition for a word. Make sure you use specific language in your definitions.
Keep grammar and vocab separate.
Many people have started making sets with grammar patterns and particles. If you wish to do so, put it in a separate set, away from vocabulary items. This allows users who wish to not learn grammar patterns this way the option to study just vocabulary in a clean manner.
Use the letters ŝ ĝ ĵ ĥ ĉ ŭ , NOT the x system sx gx jx hx cx ux since memrise has the ability to enter the letters ŝ ĝ ĵ ĥ ĉ ŭ on the browser, and all personal computers can be outfitted with a Esperanto keyboard (or typed in manually using Unicode - without a EO keyboard)
This is one source for learning how to put a EO keyboard on your computer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esperanto_orthography#Practical_Unicode_for_Esperanto