What is FamilySearch's Edit and Collaboration Honor Code/Code of Conduct?
Does FamilySearch have a detailed Edit and Collaboration Honor Code/Code of Conduct? Something on par (probably more detailed) with WikiTree's honor code for FamilySearch? https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Special:Honor_Code.
I went in detail through the FS terms and stuff linked here gives high levels of a lot of things, but it isn't very specific. https://www.familysearch.org/legal/terms. It is good doctrine, but I doubt many people read it.
I also went through the community standards, without avail to the specifics I want. https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/community-code-of-conduct
I am hoping for authoritative answers to the following questions on FamilySearch (although there are lots of unofficial things written about some of these things such as is written up here: https://www.thefhguide.com/blog/watching-waiting-and-editing-the-family-search-family-tree/).
Here are some primary questions I'm trying to answer with this:
1. Are there more strict guidelines to how people should make changes/additions to the tree besides that they should try to make accurate additions? E.g., when should they be wary about making changes, like merges, source detachments, etc.?
2. Are there any more resources on how FS expects the discussion feature (or collaboration section) to be used, with examples? And how "reason this is correct" explanations might utilize or relate to these?
3. Is there information about when/how users should use or would want to direct messaging via FS? Are there any documented unofficial or official things people should do with this? (e.g. they should respond, etc.)
4. Is there information about when/how users would want to contact FS support and/or the FS community? Like when certain problems occur?
5. When/how should users escalate inter-user conflict problems when other lines of communication fail? (e.g. when should they contact support in certain cases, go to the community, etc.)