ArtoonsInn Rulfy policy was introduced and implemented in Room8 of ArtoonsInn, the Writers and Readers’ Room for the sole purpose of ArtoonsInn activities’ participants to support each other with mutual interaction.
#Rulfy is a request by a participant to a fellow participant roughly translating to, “I have checked your work and shared my opinion on it. Could you please check mine and tell me what you think of it, too?”
If you are responding a #rulfy (request), you do so by checking and sharing your opinion on their work along with the hashtag #rulfied. However, adding a hashtag while rulfying back is not mandatory.
=>Check out this example for Rulfication process in the Writers and Readers’ Room of ArtoonsInn:
Artoon Jane Doe’s comment on Artoon John Doe’s story:
Hey John! What a story! Loved the way you tackled the crime. Your characters were so alive and connected that I feel I have been old friends with them! #rulfy
Artoon John reads this comment and seeing the ‘rulfy’ (request), responds to Artoon Jane Doe by reading her story and telling her about it:
How could you let the protagonist die?? Just like that?! That broke my heart! You sure do know how to have your reader gripped. This story is oh-so-beautiful! #rulfied
See that hashtag at the end – “#rulfied”? That’s how the Rulfy Policy has been successfully been carried out by both parties. As mentioned previously, adding a hashtag while rulfying back is not mandatory.
ArtoonsInn watchers hope to see all artoons following the Rulfy Policy fairly without ignoring the #rulfy requests. This policy ensures writers at ArtoonsInn supporting each other.
Note: You can ignore Rulfying if there is no #Rulfy request.
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