If you would like to contribute a translation to this project, please include a translated file that includes the language short code in the filename as this will be mapped to from the url. For example,
fr.confcodeofconduct.com will load the
Fork this project, send a pull request and the translation will go live (though the translation may be validated before publishing).
Please check the issues to see if anyone else is currently working on a translation.
Current available translations (in alphabetical order):
- Chinese (Traditional) http://tw.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Czech http://cz.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Dutch http://nl.confcodeofconduct.com/
- English (American) http://en-us.confcodeofconduct.com/
- French http://fr.confcodeofconduct.com/
- German http://de.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Greek http://gr.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Hebrew http://he.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Indonesian http://id.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Italian http://it.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Japanese http://ja.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Korean http://kr.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Norwegian http://no.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Polish http://pl.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Portuguese (Brazilian) http://pt-br.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Russian http://ru.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Spanish http://es.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Swedish http://sv.confcodeofconduct.com/
- Turkish http://tr.confcodeofconduct.com/
I've put this project under Left Logic to try to disown it from an individual. Actually, what I'd like is some kind of community organisation that projects like this can move to (perhaps also moving mit-license.org to it - but one step at a time eh?).
This simple site offers up the code of conduct that (I believe) Tiffany Conroy first wrote up for jsconf.eu 2012. I reused the same content (removing the jsconf.eu specific parts) for Full Frontal 2012.
I'd like to continue using this as a simple go to reference for code of conduct for events I run - and equally events you run.
This is not owned by me - this is a public resource - so if there's changes, please create a pull request, and if it makes sense, it'll be merged.
On that note - I'd rather not be the only person with merge permissions, so I hope that by the time you read this, I'm not the only person with those rights.
— Remy / @rem