Niceness, fair play, and helping others should be high on the agenda. Matches are so much more funny, when everyone is in a good and playful (literally speaking) mood.menotume wrote: The council would like to know what the most important issues are. Please tell us here!
Saying "Hi" when joining, and "bye" when leaving, positive comments (or just a "LOL") on other peoples fancy moves helps to keep focus on the game more than the competetion.
These simple gestures are very important for the way I personally remember a match.
I don't know how these matters work in the league, but in an ordinary Ducati style game where people come and go, the mood is often good, but easily spoiled by swearing, racist comments and what-have-you.
I don't recommend making rules demanding people to be nice - forbidding harsh language is important, I think. But asking the skilled players to be aware of this can be a good help, since they are kind of role models here.