[CentOS-promo] [DRAFT] Code of Conduct for CentOS Dojos
Rejy M Cyriac
rcyriac at redhat.com
Fri Feb 21 06:17:02 UTC 2014
On 02/21/2014 02:13 AM, Joe Brockmeier wrote:
> Hi all,
> As we're ramping up planning for CentOS Dojos in 2014, it would be a
> Good Idea to have a code of conduct/Anti-Harassment/Discrimination
> Policy in place. I've taken the liberty of drafting a short one based on
> the Linux Foundation's  policy.
> I trust that this is non-controversial, but I'm including the language
> below in case we need to make any tweaks. We also need to decide who
> will be the point of contact for any concerns (aside from the local
> event staff).
> (To be clear, nothing I've heard about previous Dojos gives me any cause
> to believe that we'll need to deal with infractions, but better to be
> clear about our expectations and have the policy in place.)
> Thoughts, comments, flames?
> CentOS Dojo Code of Conduct
> CentOS Dojos are working conferences intended for professional
> networking and collaboration in the CentOS community. Attendees are
> expected to behave according to professional standards and in accordance
> with standard policies on appropriate workplace behavior.
> While participating in a Dojo, or related social networking
> opportunities, attendees should not engage in discriminatory or
> offensive speech or actions regarding gender, sexuality, race, or
> religion. Speakers should be especially aware of these concerns.
> We does not condone any statements by speakers contrary to these
We do not condone / The CentOS Dojo does not condone
> standards. We reserve the right to deny entrance and/or eject from an
> event (without refund) any individual found to be engaging in
> discriminatory or offensive speech or actions.
> Please bring any concerns to to the immediate attention of the Dojo
> event staff, or contact [whom do we wish to list here?]
> # # #
>  http://events.linuxfoundation.org/anti-harassment-discrimination-policy
Rejy M Cyriac (rmc)
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