Docker Code of Conduct
This repository contains the Docker, Inc. Open Source Code of Conduct, used at DockerCon and other events, meetups, and user groups.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
For attribution requirements:
"@Docker Code of Conduct" © 2016 Docker, Inc, used under a Creative Commons Attribution Unported license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"
How to contribute
The Code of Conduct is in a separate file so that it can be pulled into publications for events and meetups without having to trim this explanatory text.
To contribute, fork this repo, and submit a PR. We'll review, discuss, and merge changes as needed. Thank you!
The Code of Conduct is currently available in:
- Portuguese (Brazilian) (contributors: @fike, @joaofnfernandes)
- Spanish (contributors: @amegianeg, @Carlaplzgnz)
- Japanese 日本語 (contributors: @NaokiMatsumoto709, @chikaando, @AkihiroSuda)
- Italian (contributor: @daftano)
- Bahasa Indonesia (contributors: @wisn, @refeed, @edawine, @berviantoleo, @nurainir)
Wishlist/To Do List:
We welcome contributions from community members interested in helping us maintain, and expand the coverage of this CoC. To that end, we have a wishlist for edits:
- include a section for each of our community channels
- Slack and/or IRC
- translations of the CoC into other languages
- Russian (RU)
- Spanish (ES)
- Korean (KO)
- Chinese (Simplified) (ZH-Simple)
- Chinese (Traditional) (ZH-Trad)