✨ Integrity Ring
Code of Conduct
This Code of Conduct is meant for a decentralized community. We are not focused on institutions but individual teams. As a community initiative, we encourage other initiatives to work on the development of this protocols and prevention schemes that will be discussed collectively.
The current draft for the CoC is hosted on HackMD: https://hackmd.io/KAVQHbnRR8SMsY_YIin9qA. This will transition to a version controlled system on GitHub in the near future.
It is proposed that the Code of Conduct project generally follow the EIP workflow so that the community and potential adopters of the completed policy can participate in a transparent feedbackand finalization process.
Humans have been working to communicate and collaborate ever since humans were a thing. Blockchains and decentralized networks promise better human collaboration at scale. This section of the repo provides resources to help make the community safer, more diverse, and more collaborative. The goal is not to tell people what to do, but improve the experience of interacting with the Ethereum community for everyone.
What Does It All Mean?
When you opt into the CoC, you're essentially saying:
- I'll do my best to not do the negative things in the CoC
- I'll do my best to do the things recommended by the Community Development Resources
No one is perfect and there will be mistakes.
- Some of those mistakes will be from people trying to write the CoC.
- Some of those mistakes will be from people trying to impliment the CoC.
- Some of those mistakes will be from people trying to use the CoC to help resolve conflicts.
That's ok. What's important is that we acknowledge our mistakes, learn from them, and make them better. It's a team effort, but it starts with you :)
Please check out contributing.md if there's anything you want to add! :)