Content Guidelines

Our Content Guidelines is a legal agreement between our members and MCToolkit. Therefore all members legally agree to the following terms for content made with MCToolkit, posted on our site, and the general purpose of MCToolkit regarding making content with MCToolkit. All members and content must abide by our Terms Of Service and Community Guidelines.

We define “CONTENT” as game modifications, data packs, resource packs, plugins for MCToolkit, exported procedures, textures made in MCToolkit, MCToolkit workspaces, or any files generated or created with MCToolkit.

We define “MATERIAL” as code, images, sounds, music, models, or in-game content.

We define “POST” and “POSTING” as the content published on the internet for public viewing. Publishing can be on our site or external sites in the game community.

We define “MEMBERS” as a content creator(s) and publishers of the content.

Table of Contents

Copyrighted content

Members are encouraged to create there own original content or collaborate with other members of the community to make better content. Copyrighted content may be from other mods or other sources. Members shall not post the mod on any of our sites or services. All Members that breach this term are solely responsible for any legal liabilities from using copyrighted material. We remove content that breaches our rules when we are aware of them. Members who ask for help when using copyrighted materials will be excluded from getting help from the team, helps, and contributors.

Team projects

When working in a team on a project, members must gain credit when the content is made public. Giving credit to members is good for team spirit, and also provides the community with some knowledge on who is working on things for that content.

Posting and publishing

Members should always follow other sites posting guidelines. Many places such as Minecraft Forums, Course Forge, and Planet Minecraft all have such rules. Any suspensions of any accounts any repercussions, the MCToolkit team is not liable. We strongly suggest that you read any site rules before posting your content, as sites may update there rules over time.

Safety and security

All content made with MCToolkit shall be safe for everyone to use. Content shall not have viruses, use data collection, or used for malicious purposes. All content also must not damage or harm the property of anyone using the content.

Content liability

The MCToolkit team is not liable for what is made with MCToolkit by its members. All legal liability for content made with our program falls on to the member(s) who has posted and created the content. We would like to know about any content that violates our terms so we can take appropriate action on our sites and services regarding the issue.

Content by contributors & developers

We are always happy to have extra help with announcements, tutorials, and development to help educate, promote and develop our project. We do have some guidelines when contributing, as we will explain in detail below.

1) YouTube videos & tutorials

All content must relate to MCToolkit in some way, and content must be added to the proper playlists when being added by contributors. We have some general guidelines for YouTube creators to follow when making tutorials and other videos for our official channel. Content shall not contain the following:

Inappropriate language (swearing), Adult content (sexual acts), Violence (harmful acts), Shocking content (graphic images), Harmful or dangerous acts, Substances abuse (legal or non-legal drugs, alcohol or other substances), hateful content (hate speech and other content targeted to a person or group), firearms-related content (discussing real-life firearms), sensitive issues (acts of terror, loss of human life or social issues.)

Content created by the contributor and uploaded to their channel then added to one of our playlists we have enabled for contributors to use. All content must abide by our terms of service, community and content guidelines, and YouTube’s terms of service and community guidelines.

2) Pulling Requests & Development

We enjoy the contributors helping with new features. We may not always accept all of them. We want to keep MCToolkit a safe place for everyone. We do have some guidelines for the content that we will merge into our official version of the MCToolkit program. Content shall not contain the following:

Inappropriate language (swearing), Adult content (sexual acts), Violence (harmful acts), Shocking content (graphic images), Harmful or dangerous acts, Substances abuse (legal or non-legal drugs, alcohol, or other substances), hateful content (hate speech and other content targeted to a person or group), firearms-related content (discussing real-life firearms), sensitive issues (acts of terror, loss of human life or social issues.)

Due to our younger members, we will not implement any things that contain inappropriate content listed above.