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A set of clickable options to build the perfect Code of Conduct for your event/community/organisation.

Check out it out at http://codeofconduct.io.

Contributing

Yay! Come help. Check out the issues. The easiest way to serve the website locally is to follow the development guidlines below. Let me know if there are any hitches there!

Also I try to use the branching model described here. Don't worry about it too much but the main thing is to make pull requests against the develop branch. Not master!

We expect everyone to follow our own code of conduct as well as the Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines.

Contributors 🎉

@lequanne
@PAPERPANKS
@DovidM
@stevenanthonyrevo
@harleo
@gerardogalvez
@amylaun

Development

Hopefully we can make this even easier (and remove the need to download docker, which is probably overkill...) - See Issue #50

To get a local version of this website on your computer should be as easy as:

  • install Docker community edition
git clone https://github.com/alexmorley/CodeOfConduct.Builder.git #clone this project
cd CodeOfConduct.Builder # go to project folder
git checkout develop # checkout the development branch
git checkout -b my-new-feature # create a feature branch for your changes 
./run_docker.sh #run the docker image # this will require admin permissions
./chg_permissions # to make edits / commit your changes you might have to do this too...