Community Guidelines

Ohana Star Systems Community Guidelines

Ohana means community. Community is at the heart of why we created the Ohana Star Systems network (“Star Network”), a private social network for your building. The Star Network is a place to create and foster connections with fellow Star Network Users, a place where you can participate and benefit from a lively local community and make your building or community a place you are proud to live, work or be a part of.

The core values of the Star Network community are: Sharing, Respect, and Privacy. Everything follows from these core values.

To help ensure that Star Network Users feel safe and supported, we created these guidelines to help you connect with other users and get the most out of the Star Network experience.

Ways To Create Community By Connecting With Other Users On The Star Network:

Share With Other Users

Sharing helps build relationships that are the seeds of growing a healthy, vibrant community. We encourage you to contribute to the Star Network by sharing your thoughts, starting conversations, discussing relevant issues, making friends, sharing your time, getting to know other users, and volunteering around your building or community.

Here are some ideas: You need some help with your computer? Maybe a techie neighbor will be glad to help you out. Don’t be afraid to ask.

Are you planning on being out of town? Another resident may be happy to look after your pet while you’re away.

Does your elderly neighbor need help with groceries? Consider offering to help.

Are you ready to get rid of your old sofa? Maybe someone in your building would like it.

Anything you can think of, it’s really up to you. Just ask and share.

Be Respectful

When sharing, please be mindful of others in your online engagement and add to the supportive Star Network community. Use your common sense and share appropriately. Treat other Star Network Users and residents as you would like to be treated. Simply don’t share anything on the Star Network you wouldn’t like others to do in your own home and don’t share anything about other Star Network Users without their consent.

Please don’t use inappropriate language. Agree to disagree when needed. The purpose of building a community is not to force everyone to agree on everything, but to build bridges, open conversations and find compromise to make buildings feel like a community and a better place for everyone.

You are of course free to use the system to express yourself, while remaining polite and friendly. If you find yourself becoming aggressive, please switch to another social network (of which there are plenty).. The Star Network is not a place for aggressiveness or intense negativity. It is about supporting your neighbors, building management, and raising the quality of life for everyone.


We are different from other social networks that want you to share as much as possible with the entire world. By default, only your username is visible to other members. All other personal information is invisible to everyone unless you choose to share it or upload it (e.g. pets and children). Please see our Privacy Policy for more information.

What Not To Do: The Following Actions Can Lead To Revocation Of Your Usage And Account.

· Posting illegal, inappropriate, harassing, discriminatory, or threatening content.

· Spamming members through posts or personal messages.

· Making statements that could damage the reputation of other members.

· Disrupting the environment of another member’s home.

· Conducting fraudulent activity.

· Being disrespectful toward the building or community management (this service is being provided by the management to foster positive community).

Reporting Misuse

If you see any post, comment, profile, or message that you feel goes against the Ohana Star Systems Community Guidelines, please share your concern by reporting it to:

A failure to follow the Ohana Star Systems Community Guidelines may result in revocation of your usage of the Star Network and Account.

Effective Date: January 3, 2024