Reddit refugees: let's be mindful of the culture here so we don't change everything with the influx (or at least, change responsibly). Snapzu original users: what should we know?
It seems like Snapzu has created a great wee community here, and it would really suck for us all to sweep in and change the nature of it before getting to know it. I think we should hang back for a little bit and observe in tribes or threads which have the possibility for contention, and comment on existing, more neutral ones. Just til we get the lay of the land. Reddit culture could be pretty toxic in some ways, and I'd hate to see us unconsciously infect Snapzu with that kind of interaction.
So, original Snapzu users, what do you love about the community here, what should we be careful if, what are the unwritten rules of etiquette here? Help us not just recreate Reddit in your home.