Since this has become an issue of late, here are a few general guidelines for posts to the Clojure Google+ Community.
First, this community is _very_ egalitarian. The members dictate content and how the community is used. Anyone wanting Moderator permissions only need ask.
But there are a few obvious guidelines everyone should follow.
1. Posts to this Clojure community need to be related to Clojure. The Clojure community is dedicated to all things Clojure, and only things Clojure.
2. Be polite.
Remember that while you may have interesting things to say, others do too. The members of this community are not personal twitter followers so dominating the conversation isn't very polite.
3. Be relevant.
We want to strive for a high signal-to-noise ratio. Use the community search; re-posting old news from 2011 doesn't further this goal.
That's it. Everything else is up to the members to create what we want out of this community. It can be a source of news, event organization, questions, hangouts, whatever we want to make of it.