Below are a few rules or "guidelines" that we request you keep in mind whilst attending LANmineSA events. LANmineSA is a relaxed, friendly event and your co-operation in following these rules will help make it a great time for everyone involved.
- Be respectful of other people in general. Trash talk is fine as long as it doesn't cross the line. - No alcohol, drugs, associated paraphernalia or any other illicit or unwanted substances. - Persons under the influence of either alcohol or drugs will be required to leave the venue/premises as requested by event Admins. - No pornographic or otherwise offensive material as we have people under age attending our events. - Please tidy up after yourself. No one else should have to pick up your mess. - Do not move away from the venue and surrounding car park area into the school campus. This includes any and all nearby classrooms, buildings and sheds. Those responsible for any damage or trespass will be held accountable by the Barossa Council/Barossa Arts and Convention Centre.
LANmineSA welcomes parents to come in and have a look around. The LANmineSA events are co-ordinated by a team of responsible young adults. We understand if you would like to stay and supervise your child or meet the organizers of the event.
LANmineSA is now a non-smoking event. As the LAN takes place on school property we request that anyone wishing to smoke leaves the school grounds to do so.
- No speakers (headphones only, in respect of other attendees). - Be respectful of other people's equipment. If you cause damage either accidentally or on purpose to someone’s equipment, it will have to come out of your pocket. - We request that attendees only bring a single monitor. We do not recommend bringing televisions due to power and space requirements. - LANmineSA is NOT responsible for any lost, damaged or stolen property or any other damages. We recommend that you name all items you bring to our events.
Free internet access is provided at all LANmineSA events. Usage of the internet means you agree to the following:
Unacceptable use of the internet access facilities includes, but is not limited to:
- Destruction of, or damage to equipment, software, or data belonging to the LANmineSA or other members of the public - The use of peer-to-peer file-sharing software including, but not limited to, Kazaa, BitTorrent, eDonkey - Display of offensive or inappropriate material. This can include, but is not limited to, pornography, hate sites, gratuitous violence and sites using frequent, highlighted offensive language - Gambling or dating/match-making sites - The violation or attempted violation of any computer network's system security or unauthorised access to any other network or computer system - The violation of the privacy of individuals or entities that are creators, authors, users or subjects of the information resources - Unauthorised reproduction of material protected by copyright, or use of audio-visual items in which copyright subsists, without permission - Unauthorised monitoring of electronic communications - Inappropriate use of email services, such as spamming - The use of software or automated robots, such as website crawlers, harvesters or offline browsers, to systematically download content from websites - Anything else deemed to be illegal or inappropriate by event organisers
Anyone found to be in breach of this will be immediately removed from the network, be made to leave the event and maybe reported to the South Australian Police if required. In addition, excessive downloading (as determind by event organisers) will also lead to you being disconnected from the network. Please note, by accessing the internet, you permit The Barossa Council to monitor all usage. If unsure of any of this, please speak to an event organiser.
No responsibility is accepted for any damages, direct or indirect, howsoever caused, arising from members of the public using internet access at LANmineSA events. The Barossa Council has no control over the content of material publicly available via the Internet and any complaints about Internet content should be directed to the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
By attending a LANmineSA event, you agree to all of the rules listed above. If you need any clarification on anything, please feel free to ask an Admin. A breach for any of the rules above will be dealt with by any way seen fit by The Barossa Council. This may include removal from the event, banned for a number of events or a permanent ban.