Don't forget, you can do your part too.
I've PMed a few people myself just offering a friendly word in their ear to let them know that they'll have an easier time getting their posts answered and having their opinions taken seriously if they put more effort into making their posts readable. It seems to be working.
Just be polite and tactful and helpful and they tend to listen.
Back on the subject of profanity for a moment...
Perhaps we should have a rule that officially codifies the profanity policy to avoid people from making posts that;re nothing but pointless cursing.
"Please keep profanity to a minimum. Though not strictly against the rules, we like to enforce a policy of mild and moderate use of adult language. We're grown-ups here, but nobody wants to read a post that's nothing but gratuitous cursing. If you habitually abuse our language policy, you will be subject to disciplinary action."
That way we know it's alright to let slip a grown-up word now and then, but we also know that it's not alright to talk like a 12 year old who just watched Clerks and wants to try out his new vocabulary.
Maybe (if it's technologically possible) implement some user-side filter, where if you don't want to see the naughty words you can opt to have them filtered on your end without forcing everyone else to see 'bleep!' or '<DELETED BY THE INQUISITION>' in the middle of their posts.
Any chance we can have the 'spelling and grammar' announcement, and my rule about personal attacks and army/playstyle bashing included in the official rule post?
I;d do it myself but <looks behind me> No cape.
Ah, cool the revision got posted. I'm bumping a sticky
Everyone cruise back to Page 1 Post 1 and check out all the pretty green bits.