A place to publish your own thoughts, your own autobiography
A place to memorialize deceased friends, relatives, acquaintances, or any other individual
BaCeleb is not:
Advocacy, propaganda, or recruitment of any kind: commercial, political, religious, national, sports-related, or otherwise. You might wish to start a blog or visit a forum if you want to convince people of the merits of your favorite views.
Scandal mongering, promoting things or gossiping. Articles and content about living people are required to meet an especially high standard, as they may otherwise be libellous or infringe the subjects' right to privacy. Articles should not be written purely to attack the reputation of another person.
Self-promotion. It can be tempting to write about yourself or about things in which you have a strong personal involvement. However, do remember that the standards for BaCeleb articles apply to your autobiography as well.
Advertising. All information about companies and products are written in an objective and unbiased style. External links to commercial organizations are acceptable if they identify organizations which are close related to the topic of the article. BaCeleb neither endorses organizations nor runs affiliate programs.
Please upload only files that are used (or will be used) in BaCeleb articles; anything else will be deleted.
Dating services. baceleb.org is not an appropriate place to pursue relationships or sexual encounters. User pages that move beyond broad expressions of sexual orientation are unacceptable.
Even when an individual is notable, not all events he is involved in are. For example, news reporting about celebrities and sports figures can be very frequent and cover a lot of trivia, but using all these sources would lead to overdetailed articles that look like a diary. Not every match played, goal scored or hand shaken is significant enough to be included in the biography of a person.
Articles may include links to web pages outside BaCeleb (external links), but they should not normally be used in the body of an article. Please add external links with discretion!