Code of Conduct
We, the Radicle maintainers, intend to create a developer community based on common principles of mutual respect, inclusivity, and collaboration with the presumption of good faith. This code of conduct was drafted as a public commitment to a shared social contract.
By engaging with the Radicle repository you agree to these standards of exchange that we consider necessary to ensure the health of the Radicle community overall.
We consider this a living document that should be updated according to the needs of the Radicle developer community. We welcome comments and proposals for future iterations and invite you to visit the git history if you are interested in its evolution.
Standards for Acceptable Contribution:
Feedback is constructive, legible, and actionable. Criticism should be focused on the actual content, not unsubstantiated remarks or the contributor themselves. To get the full value of such feedback, recipients should stay open minded and assume contributors are acting in the best interest of the project. Feedback meeting the standard above should not be interpreted as antagonistic. Communication should always come from a place of respect for other contributors. Bullying, vulgarity, intolerance, or alienation based on gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, religion, age, physical appearance, body size, race, or similar personal characteristics do not meet our standard for respect.
Comments that denigrate an individual’s identity create a climate of fear that drives contributors to exit, and diminishing this community does not serve our shared purpose.
Should you feel certain behaviour constitutes a transgression of our community standards or that community members have been placed at risk, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Project maintainers are responsible for addressing these concerns and will use their discretion to secure the health of the Radicle developer community.
This code of conduct takes inspiration from: Richard Stallman’s GNU Kind Communications Guidelines, Stackoverflow’s Code of Conduct, Recurse Center’s Code of Conduct and IPFS’s Community Code of Conduct.