Django Code of Conduct
On 31st July 2013, Django community adopted a Code of Conduct. This documentation aims to transparently describe how Django Code of Conduct committee enforces the Code of Conduct and how it all works behind the scenes.
There is still a lot we're figuring out and learning as we go, so we don't consider this documentation to be finished or complete. However, we hope it's going to be useful base for other communities to not only adopt, but also implement and enforce the Code of Conduct.
Table of Contents
- Structure of membership in the committee
- Report handling procedure
- Communications guidelines
- Support for conference organizers
Here is how the Code of Conduct is presented on djangoproject.com:
- Content of the Django Code of Conduct
- Changes to the Code of Conduct contents
- Django Code of Conduct - FAQ
- List of Code of Conduct committee members
- Reporting Guide
- Enforcement Manual
- Django Software Foundation Code of Conduct requirement
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