1. If you borrow someone's idea, credit them.
2. Be creative when making fanmade content.
3. Check to see if someone has already done what you are doing (eg. a mario skin)
4. If someone comments on some of your content, it is only polite that you comment on their content too.
5. If you download someone's content, leave a comment.
6. If you really like someone's content, leave a comment.
7. If someone is taking requests, then give them requests.
8. If someone is starting a project, help them.
9. When giving critique, give in depth criticism and constructive criticism
10. If someone is asking for feedback, then give feedback.
11. Complete old mods before making new mods.
12. Don't keep bumping your 'stuff' topic unless absolutely necessary.
13. Use http://http://smwffh.supersanctuary.net/ for hosting maps and etc and http://http://www.imageshack.us for the convenience of others.
2.) Creativity is all a matter of perspective, but yes.
3.) Not necessarily, but when making things that are similar, give them your own personal touch.
4.) Agreed 100%. I wish more people would comment on people's material who have commented on theirs.
5.) HELLZ YEAH
6.) HELLZ YEAH
7.) Of course. I, for one, would love to have a few requests in my topic.
8.) This one is iffy, but for the most part, i would at least give feedback on their project, if not help.
9.) DAMN RIGHT!!! Bad critique: "LOLZ DIS IS DA LULZORDZ AWESOME1337NESS" Good critique: "I liked your map/skin/content because ______. i didnt like it because _______, but i think you could do _______ to fix that."
10.) See answer #9
11.) OF COURSE. This is why my mod that i tried to make failed. i worked on it with others, but people kept making new mods, ignoring mine, and other started ones.
12.) Agreed, but i often break this rule myself, in hopes of getting more feedback or requests.
13.) I DO INDUBITABLY CONCUR THAT YOU ARE INDEED CORRECT SIR. I already use these file hosting sites, and everyone else should for the convenience of others.